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Rani Lueder, "Walking in their shoes: Teaching elder design"
2nd Intl. Applied Human Factors & Ergonomics Conference.
Las Vegas, July 2008.

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Lueder, R. (2008) Walking in their shoes: Teaching elder design.  International Applied Human Factors & Ergonomics Conference. Las Vegas. July. 2008.



Rani Lueder has consulted in occupational ergonomics and product design research since 1982.  Her activities in sitting and seating include co-organizing the Second International Symposium on Seating, held in Tokyo.  Her second edited book, on sitting postures (Taylor & Francis), is sold worldwide.  Since 1988, she continues to consult on sitting posture on extended retainer for a range of organizations in Japan.  She served on the seating subcommittee for the American National Standard Institute guideline ANSI HFES 100-2007. She has consulted in the design of more than 250 lines of seat design and other products that support posture.  She edited the book Ergonomics for Children;  Designing products & places for toddlers to teens (2008, Taylor & Francis)

 

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