Tag: human behaviour

One-Way Streets go against human behaviour

A further great example of how the design of things needs to accommodate and respond to human behaviour. In this interesting article in The Times, well known design commentator Stephen Bayley charts the reverse in the use of one-way streets.  In it he highlights how, in part, this is because “one-way systems are wrong because they are counterintuitive and seek to impose a spurious logic...

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Is there a better way to influence passenger behaviour?

Railway stations, along with airports, are mainly designed to deliver throughput of people along with retail opportunities for the operator. Whilst all these are important for the success of the station it sometimes feels that the individual needs of the passenger are further down the list of priorities. For example, at Kings Cross in the rush-hour you can watch the battle between passengers and the...

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