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Towards a visible city for visually impaired users
Dr Robert White
This webcast (based on the PhD findings of Dr Robert White, University of Strathclyde) presents a snapshot of the barriers inherent to the design of urban environments for individuals with different types and degree of visual field loss. According to the Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB), there are an estimated 2.3 million visually impaired people living in the United Kingdom. This figure is expected to increase to 4 million by 2030, due to the effects of an ageing population and the obesity epidemic.
It is therefore essential to invest in the design of safe, accessible and sustainable environments, which are sympathetic to the needs of the visually impaired user. The urban landscape in its current state resembles an obstacle course. This results from a lack of mandatory regulations available to designers and planners, which specifically address the navigational needs of the visually impaired pedestrian beyond the curtilage of a building.
This work embarks from the hypothesis that commonalities exist in the manner in which individuals with different types and degree of visual field loss experience barriers in the built environment. Furthermore, it is hypothesised that the nature of these commonalities can be measured and incorporated into the — presently insufficient — building regulations. The question that arises is: How can design regulations integrate the specifications to collectively accommodate the varying needs of different visual impairments for seamless navigation in urban streetscapes?
This question is explored through a nationwide survey targeted at visually impaired users of the built environment. The survey is followed by an access audit, which aims to quantify the number and type of hazards present within a typical city centre. The research is complemented by a series of user-based navigational experiments, which situate the problem through comparison of experiences between visually impaired and fully sighted cases.
The collected data have been used to inform the creation of an evaluation tool, which measures both the adequacy of mandatory regulations and the degree that best practice guidelines are embraced by local authorities. When applied to the audited city centre, the tool reveals deficiencies in both the content of the regulations and in the adoption of the guidelines. Enhanced guidelines are presented that incorporate the findings of the research results.
The overall conclusion is that visually impaired people are not disabled by personal factors but by the design and physical influence of features within the built environment. The research contributes to an understanding that designing urban environments should be less about architectural fashion trends and more about creating practical spaces that cater for the needs of all users.
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Food bag – Granite Gear Air ZippSack – $25: http://amzn.to/2sn3qki
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Sleeping Bag (sent home) – Mountain Hardwear Speed 32 Degree – $260: http://amzn.to/2sFruSh
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