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Tiriree Kananurak

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After reading this article helped me to think the way of design. One thing that I considered is, how about disability people? It would be great if I can design for normal and disability people.

a well-designed interaction and a poorly-designed
MTA turnstile
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I don’t want to say this is the best turnstile in the world but I think I like this one the most easiest for me. It’s easy for me to understand if I can get in or not. the weight is not that heavy. I don’t need to be rush after I swipe the card and if I have a huge bag, I can pass it by simple human reaction when you want to go further, just “push”. compare to the other one.
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This one made me very confused at the first time when I use it. I’m not sure which way I have to push. I can bring a big bag with me and the turnstile is very heavy. I almost got hit by this turnstile when I run close to a person in front of me. The only thing that told you which way is the right way is the curve of the turnstile
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I guess they design this turnstile to prevent people to jump in for free and don’t paid.
This one is the entrance of Bangkok’s train. It always hit me badly. I don’t understand until today why they need to program them like that. If you want to jump they can anyway. Mostly they hit normal people who use them everyday.
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