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Transgenerational design is the practice of making products and environments compatible with those physical and sensory impairments associated with human aging and which limit major activities of daily living. The term transgenerational design was coined in 1986, by Syracuse University industrial design professor James J. Pirkl to describe and identify products and environments that accommodate, appeal to, the widest spectrum of those who would use them—the young, the old, the able, the disabled—without penalty to any group; the transgenerational design concept emerged from his federally funded design-for-aging research project, Industrial design Accommodations: A Transgenerational Perspective. The project's two seminal 1988 publications provided detailed information about the aging process; the transgenerational design concept establishes a common ground for those who are committed to integrating age and ability within the consumer population. Its underlying principle is that people, including those who are aged or impaired, have an equal right to live in a unified society.
Transgenerational design practice recognizes that human aging is a continuous, dynamic process that starts at birth and ends with death, that throughout the aging process, people experience occurrences of illness and declines in physical and sensory abilities that impair one's independence and lifestyle. But most injuries and disabilities occur more as one grows older and experiences the effects of senescence. Four facts clarify the interrelationship of age with physical and sensory vulnerability: young people become old young people can become disabled old people can become disabled disabled people become oldWithin each situation, consumers expect products and services to fulfill and enhance their lifestyle, both physically and symbolically. Transgenerational design focuses on serving their needs through what Cagan and Vogel call "a value oriented product development process", they note that a product is "deemed of value to a customer if it offers a strong effect on lifestyle, enabling features, meaningful ergonomics" resulting in products that are "useful and desirable" during both short and long term use by people of all ages and abilities.
Transgenerational design is "framed as a market-aware response to population aging that fulfills the need for products and environments that can be used by both young and old people living and working in the same environment". Transgenerational design benefits all ages and abilities by creating a harmonious bond between products and the people that use them, it satisfies the psychological and sociological factors desired—and anticipated—by users of all ages and abilities: Safety Comfort Convenience Usability Ergonomics AccommodationTransgenerational design addresses each element and accommodates the user—regardless of age or ability—by providing a sympathetic fit and unencumbered ease of use. Such designs provide greater accessibility by offering wider options and more choices, thereby preserving and extending one's independence, enhancing the quality of life for all ages and abilities—at no group's expense. Transgenerational designs accommodate rather than discriminate and sympathize rather than stigmatize.
They do this by: bridging the transitions across life's stages responding to the widest range of individual differences helping people remain active and independent adapting to changing sensory and physical needs maintaining one's dignity and self-respect enabling one to choose the appropriate means to accomplish activities of daily living Transgenerational design emerged during the mid-1980s coincident with the conception of universal design, an outgrowth of the disability rights movement and earlier barrier-free concepts. In contrast, transgenerational design grew out of the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, which prohibited "discrimination on the basis of age in programs and activities receiving Federal financial assistance", or excluding, denying or providing different or lesser services on the basis of age; the ensuing political interest and debate over the Act's 1978 amendments, which abolished mandatory retirement at age 65, made the issues of aging a major public policy concern by injecting it into the mainstream of societal awareness.
At the start of the 1980s, the oldest members of the population, having matured during the great depression, were being replaced by a generation of Baby Boomers reaching middle age and approaching the threshold of retirement. Their swelling numbers signaled profound demographic changes ahead that would expand the aging population throughout the world. Advancements in medical research were changing the image of old age—from a social problem of the sick and senile, whose solutions depend on public policy—to the emerging reality of an active aging population having vigor and time to apply both. Responding to the public's growing awareness, the media, public policy, some institutions began to recognize the impending implications. Time and Newsweek devoted cover stories to the "Greying of America". Local radio stations began replacing their rock-and-roll formats with music targeted to more mature tastes; the Collegiate Forum devoted its Fall 1982 issue to articles on the aging work force. A National Research Conference on Technology and Aging, the Office of Technological Assessment of the House of Representatives, initiated a major examination of the impact of science and technology on
'N Crugu Bradului is a concept album by Negură Bunget, released by the Code666 label in 2002 in a digibook format, constructed manually by the members themselves and limited to 3,000 copies worldwide. Each song represents a season; the album title translates to "Through the Depths of the Fir Tree Heights". All songs written by Negură Bunget."I" – 12:11 "II" – 13:21 "III" – 15:12 "IIII" – 12:56Note: The words in brackets are the four seasons in Romanian, but they do not appear on any release. The official names are "I", "II", "III" and "IIII"; the multimedia portion of the disc included the video for the track "Văzduh". Hupogrammos Disciple – guitars, keyboards, bass guitar, nai Sol Faur – guitars Negru – drums, xylophone Ursu – bass guitar Produced and mixed by Cristi Solomon and Negură Bunget
Haaken Larpent Mathiesen was a Norwegian landowner and businessperson in the forestry sector. He was born in Christiania as the son of landowner Haaken C. Mathiesen and his wife Anna Sophie Josephine Larpent, he was a brother of politician Christian Pierre Mathiesen, nephew of art collector Sophus Larpent, a great-grandson of Haagen Mathiesen. His family owned the manor Linderud as well as large forests in Hurdal. Mathiesen intended to become a military officer, but as his older brother died in 1875, it fell upon him to inherit the family company. After a period of education, his first foray into business was the foundation of the company Nilsen, Mathiesen & Co. in Fredrikstad in 1883, together with Anthon B. Nilsen; the company was dissolved in 1893, though a small remnant existed, managed by Haaken Mathiesen's younger half-brother Arthur. In the same year, Haaken Mathiesen joined forces with his father and bought Eidsvold Værk, creating the company Mathiesen Eidsvold Værk which still exists today.
He was the sole owner from 1895, under his leadership the company ventured into the pulp and paper industry. He was among the founders of Orkla Gruber in 1904, invested in Sydvaranger and Store Norske Spitsbergen Kulkompani, he was a Commander, First Class of the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav and the Danish Order of the Dannebrog, as well as a Grand Officer of the Monegasque Order of St. Charles, he knew the Prince of Monaco from an investment venture in Portuguese East Africa. Mathiesen was a close friend of Crown Prince Gustaf of Sweden, but nonetheless supported the dissolution of the union between Norway and Sweden in 1905. In January 1891 he married a daughter of Anders Ferrand Kiær, their son Jørgen Mathiesen inherited the family business, starting as a manager in the 1920s. He had to cope with debt problems, which came to be as a part of the general economic hardships of the World War I and the interwar period. Haaken Mathiesen died in October 1930 in Eidsvoll, his son became the sole company owner, managed to survive economically and passed the company down to his son in the 1950s.
Brendan Hugh Francis Murray is an Irish singer and former member of the Irish boyband Hometown. He represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 with the song "Dying to Try" but failed to qualify to the final, he competed in The X Factor UK in 2018, finishing in fifth place. Brendan was born in County Galway, he attended St Jarlath's College, both in Tuam. Brendan went on tour to Manchester and 3 more cities, he did a some covers. - Macy Garth In 2014, Murray became a member of the Irish boyband Hometown, managed by Louis Walsh. The band achieved three chart successes in their home country, including the number one singles "Where I Belong" in 2014, "Cry for Help" in 2015, their debut album, HomeTown, was peaked at number four in Ireland. In December 2016, the band announced. On 16 December 2016, Murray was announced as the Irish representative in the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, his song, "Dying to Try", was released on 10 March 2017. He didn't reach the final, placing 13th out of the 18 contestants and requiring at least 10th to qualify.
In 2018, Murray entered Season 15 of The X Factor UK. During the Six Chair challenge he received a safe seat from One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson, its first recipient, on the way to the live shows, he sang "Break Free" by Ariana Grande for his first X Factor live performance, with a'This Is Me' theme. The second week,'Guilty Pleasure' week, Murray sang "Believe" by Cher. On Sunday's results show, he was in the bottom three to compete in the sing-off, he was given equal votes by the judges, along with LMA Choir. The result went reverting to the earlier public votes. LMA Choir had the fewest votes and Brendan was saved and continued to the next week. On the third week of'Fright Night', Murray performed "Youngblood" by 5 Seconds of Summer. During Week 4 he sang "Everybody Hurts" by R. E. M. for'Movie Week'. He was eliminated in the semi-final on the Saturday show after he received the fewest votes from the public along with Danny Tetley, finishing in 5th place
Australian 4WD Action was an Australian magazine that focuses on the four wheel driving and offroad lifestyle. Issue 301, released / available mid September 2019 was the last printed edition of the magazine; the monthly magazine and accompanying DVD has ceased production. The final issue has been sold as a "collectors edition". From this day forth, 4WD Action will be available only through online viewing on youtube and through various social media platforms like facebook, instagram etc; the magazine was established in 1998 with the name 4WD Offroad Australia. It was first published on a bimonthly basis; the magazine is published seventeen times a year by Sydney-based independent publishing company Express Media Group. Australian 4WD Action was known as Australian 4WD Monthly, until a name change in 2007; the magazine is the largest and most popular of its kind in Australia, with circulation figures well exceeding those of its nearest competitors. The publication has been at the forefront of many offroad related political campaigns, including advocating for bullbar use, preventing track closures.
In addition to the magazine, each issue comes with a packaged DVD, regarded as one of the most popular and informative offroad shows in Australia. Official Site