Case of study examples

Snake case (or snake_case ) is the practice of writing compound words or phrases in which the elements are separated with one underscore character (_) and no spaces, with each element's initial letter usually lowercased within the compound and the first letter either upper or lower case—as in "foo_bar" and "Hello_world". It is commonly used in computer code for variable names, and function names, and sometimes computer filenames . [1] At least one study found that readers can recognize snake case values more quickly than camelCase . [2]

The following examples were some of the winners in the Universal Design Award 08 organised by Universal Design .  in partnership with  if international forum Design  and held in Hanover, Germany. The Universal Design Award 08  was launched as a "communication tool" to promote "discussion and debate on tomorrow's standards" with business, government, the public and the research community.

The evaluation criteria for the awards are based on a subset of the principles of Universal Design such as "equitable use", "flexibility in use", "simple and intuitive use" and "tolerance for error". The evaluation criteria also included a range of economic feasibility criteria including "market potential" and "feasibility of implementation".

A number of the winners are shown below to illustrate the many ways in which one of more if the principles of Universal Design can be incorporated into the Design of a product. some of Designs show simple, innovative changes that improve the universal Design appeal of well established products. Other Designs exhibit a fundamental reDesign of a product's functionality, making it more usable to a wider audience.

A full listing of the categories and winners can be viewed on the  if international forum Design  website.

Information on Universal Design Award 09  is now available.

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Case of study examples

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