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Risk Management  Post 106  by Gautam Shah ➔
A great deal is expected from every human endeavour. Entities, events or organizations are set up with expense of resources, effort and time. Planning and Operative care, are imperative for their en-action. Yet these human endeavours fail to perform for the conceived functions or the functions for which the entities were conceived may not remain relevant. In the first case the endeavour fails to perform for a set of functions. The fault may be that it was not adequately conceived or the functions were not exactly defined. In the second case the problems arise, because it is not feasible to conceive entities that can function at all times and in all conditions. Human endeavours fail to take off, perform adequately, or satisfy its stack-holders.
Risk is any set of such conditions that adversely affect an entity, event or an organization. One can avoid, manage or accommodate, risks to a limited extent, but beyond these, the effects of risks have…

HUMAN BEHAVIOUR -Design Considerations

HUMAN BEHAVIOUR -Design Considerations Post 105  by Gautam Shah ➔
Designers understand human behaviour in terms of Space and its Environment, The human behaviour is reflected through the human Body and the interpersonal relationships.
The human behaviour takes many forms. It is seen as conspicuous actions of body-limb movements or postures, discreet expressions of body related gestures, and also as overt expressions in modes like speaking, writings, painting, etc. Some forms of human behaviour are less obvious because they are only occasional and occur in small measures. Other forms of human behaviour represented in communications are often not easily discerned. Human behaviour causing biological changes may take generations to be comprehensible.

Human behaviour is also conveyed through art, and spoken or written language. The fear, pain, love, affection, joy, wonderment, admiration, hatred, etc., are intense emotions, that are expressed through art or language. Perhaps physiological t…