Design for All Institute of India
The latest newsletter of the Indian Design for All Institute is devoted to anthropology and design.

It features the articles “Cultural dimensions and global user-interface development” by Aaron Marcus, and “Sampling in design research: toward ethnographic segments” by Ken C. Erickson.

Design for All Institute Of India is a self financed, non-profit voluntary organisation which seeks corporate and public partnership in order to carry forward its very ambitious agenda of pro-actively building bridges of social inclusion between the design community and all other groups whose activities can be positively influenced by a coherent application of design methodology. Design for All means creating products, services and systems to cater to the widest possible range of users’ requirements.

Strangely enough, the website of the Design for All Institute is barely accessible on a Mac.

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