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Trade discounts (also called functional discounts): These are payments to distribution channel members for performing some function .

Retailers have a stock number of retail 'mechanics' that they regularly roll out or rotate for new marketing initiatives.

Many discounts are designed to give consumers the perception of saving money when buying products, but not all discounted prices are viewed as favorable to buyers. Therefore, before making a purchase, consumers may weigh their options as either a gain or a loss to avoid the risk of losing money on a purchase. Sale Inexpensive Cheap Sale Shopping Online Herve Leger Ellen Bandage Gown For Sale The Cheapest Buy Cheap Sast l9E86
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For example, if there is a buy-one-get-one-half-off discount that seems profitable, a shopper will buy the product. On the other hand, a “loss” viewpoint results in consumer aversion to taking any chances. [6] For instance, consumers will pass on a buy-three-get-one-half-off discount if they believe they are not benefitting from the deal. Specifically, consumers will consider their options because “…the sensation of loss is 2.5 times greater than the sensation of gain for the same value”. [6]

Impulse buying results from consumers’ failure to weigh their options before buying a product. Impulse buying is “any purchase that a shopper makes that has not been planned… [and is] sudden and immediate”. cropped flared jeans Blue Amiri Clearance Sast rFX9eFBKr
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As a result, consumers often mistakenly believe they are receiving a better deal with the first set of prices based on the left digits solely. [7] Because of that common misconception, companies capitalize on this sales pricing strategy more often than not to increase sales.

Most of the products and communications we interact with are situated within complex physical spaces (our homes, classrooms, places of business, shopping malls, or entertainment venues). We increasingly work, live, and play in smart spaces with multiple modes of interaction that span both digital and analog products and communications. In this design track, you’ll learn to design interactions taking place within complex environments that exist in the digital, physical, and multi-modal realms.

Environments include showrooms, virtual spaces, automotive interiors, hospital rooms, and other workspaces where furniture, equipment, and devices work together to support productivity and enhance human experience.

Discovery Panel

by Jessica Headrick The Discovery Panel is a platform for students to share inspiration, collaborate, and present their work more effectively. This multi-screen display fulfills the absence of a dynamic presentation tool and facilitates helpful critique.

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by Deborah Lee Mirror is a solution for collaboration between two students in different places, ie studio and home. It is a glanceable tabletop interface that can be used for live collaboration on Adobe files and other process work.

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Phipps Redesign

by Chris Perry Examination of the environment at the Phipps Conservatory for inspiration, and a proposal to improve this environment. Process: http://cperrye.tumblr.com/tagged/A3 Final: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzZCcv3TTaGCWVZSZ0swTV9uOGs/view?usp=sharing Reflection: http://cperrye.tumblr.com/post/135421199787/a3-reflection-phipps

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A3: Environments Experience Design Story

by Faith Kaufman I created a redesign for the Conflict Kitchen environment. I began by analyzing the digital and physical spaces. I then considered what possibilities exist for the space and made a design story to express what I feel should be changed.

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Paper Planes

by Chris Perry Most of the ideas generated in the brainstorming process are never used, simply because they do not fit within the scope of a project. In this augmented studio environment, students are able to take the good ideas they have that they won't be using and release them into the ether in the form of floating paper planes. These planes move between studios, and can be opened and read using an augmented reality app.


by Lily Kim ArtCat helps to create an immersive museum experience for young kids, introducing them to art in a fun and interesting way.

A4 Designing the Studio of the Future

by Gillan Johnson In this project I collaborated with another student to design a system within our studio space that aided environments designers in their process of combining digital and physical prototyping tools. The final product consisted of a Projection/Application software system called Shuffle that created hybrid environments of physical and digital mapping and prototyping, allowing for a more layered and informed viewing of a space that will aid future design decisions made by the user.

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Environments Studio A4

by Sharon Yu I proposed to create an interactive mirror display that acts as a looking glass into the studio for users to answer the essential question of whether or not they should go to studio through qualifiers including the amount of people in studio and the amount of work that is assigned. Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/79zYGOuF35k

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Feed the Fish

by Chris Perry Projections of fish provide ambient information to initiate sharing food in and across studios.

Phipps Conservatory ReDesign Concept

by Deborah Lee An environments proposal in which I implement an engaging, educational element into the current immersive botanical environment. Phipps Conservatory has very subtle hints of manmade factors, and it is important to stay with that trend.

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Green Heat: Studio of The Future

by Jasper Tom Green Heat is a concept for a smart, sustainable, personalized heating system. A user controls their personal environment with a small fan and heating pad which are powered by a pedal generator underneath their desk. The physical action of pedaling induces a natural increase in temperature and physicalizes the energy a person uses, making electricity a more tangible, valuable resource. My objective was to reduce energy use in a studio setting and eliminate the need for steam radiators.

Studio Learning Environment Redesign

by Carolyn Zhou Prototyping Learning Environments: Prototype the design studio as a learning environment of the future. Explore online, physical, and hybrid learning environments scenarios. (Partner: Lily Kim) See more: https://carolynyzhou.wordpress.com/a4/

We investigate environments as integrated and dynamic systems that require the design of interactions at multiple levels of scale. Students acquire a diverse set of skills that includes a deep understanding of spatial relationships, designingwithandforemerging, multimedia technologies, and an understanding of the cognitive challenges presented by multi-modal spaces.

The participants showed a general improvement in the handwashing task when COACH was used, reflected in more steps completed independently, fewer interactions with the caregiver, and higher FASs. Results presented in Table 6 suggest that improvements in handwashing independence when COACH is used are inversely proportional to a person's baseline performance, with greater levels of improvement being seen by those who are less independent when washing his/her hands. Moreover, four moderately impaired participants who routinely required some assistance (S3, S4, S6, and S8) competed all five handwashing steps completely independently the majority of the time COACH was used. It appears that the improvement is a result of device use rather than activity learning by the participants, supported by the fact that performance improved when COACH was used in B 1 , fell when it was removed in the A 2 phase, and was regained in B 2 when COACH was reintroduced (as seen in Table 5 ). There was a noticeable trend towards a decrease in the number of interactions with the caregiver during the intervention phases, with three of the subjects (S3, S4 and S6) requiring no human assistance when COACH was used. S5 also showed a considerable decrease, requiring only a third of the original number of interactions to complete handwashing. The change in the amount of assistance the participants required was mildly reflected by their FASs (presented in Table Diane von Furstenberg Laney Corduroy Dress w/ Tags Outlet Eastbay FWTesMLKrN
), although the change is not as obvious as it is with independence and interaction with caregiver measures (Tables 5 and 6 ). S4's independence from a human caregiver when COACH is shown by her increase to a near perfect FAS. The reason S4 did not achieve a perfect score is because she was a relatively slow hand washer and the FAS dictates that a score of 6 is assigned when the participant "took more than reasonable time to complete step". Participants S3 and S6 were able to perform most of the steps in handwashing independently before the introduction of COACH, therefore these participants had no change in their FAS because there was little opportunity for them to improve.

S8 was a noteworthy subject as she was highly independent, but would consistently omit the soap application step. Although COACH provided a prompt for her to do so at almost every instance, she ignored these prompts and would only respond to verbal prompts from a human caregiver. Thus, essentially no change was seen in S8's number of caregiver interactions or FAS. S8 provides a good example of a user (in terms of ADL and cognitive abilities) who may not be a good candidate for this style of computer-based guidance as her idiosyncrasies resulted in compliance with verbal cues only when they are given by a human.

For the more independent participants (S3 and S6) COACH appears to function more as a "maintenance" tool, able to support the participant in the occurrence of an occasional error. S4, who needed modest amounts of mostly verbal assistance from her caregiver, became essentially independent when COACH was in use. Results from trials involving S3 and S6 suggest that using COACH does not have a detrimental effect on the performance of capable individuals. This indicates that the device could potentially be introduced in the early stages of dementia without any negative effects. An early introduction would allow the system to learn about the user's preferred handwashing regime, which in turn could enable the system to make better decisions when guiding the individual through the activity later on when s/he does require assistance. From this study, it appears that by providing prompts to users with moderate-level dementia, COACH successfully encouraged more independent behavior with greater relative results seen in individuals who required higher levels of assistance to complete the task.

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