Index – Cross-Cultural Design

Index

A

age 23–25

algorithmic identity 26–27

Antetokounmpo, Giannis 20

Aryana, Bijan 13–14

B

Bauhaus 16

bias 81–88

Black Women’s Blueprint 63

Bond, Michael 37

Bram,Barclay 10

Brito, Diogenes 55

C

Caal, Dr. Selma 135

Cabrero, Daniel G. 77

Chan, Flora 63

Chavan, Apala 75

Chen, Abby 63

Cheney-Lippold, John 26

Choon, Yee-Yin 108

color 109–113

Colville-Hyde, Bonny 60

creative communities 48–49

Creepingbear, Shane 44

cross-cultural competence 56–58

cultural dimensions 26–43

cultural immersion 47–48

culturally flexible artifacts 87–89

cultural probes 70–73

culture

and aesthetics 16–18

and communication 11–12

and perception 13–16

D

Davis, Mark 146

Deasy, Dorothy 51

deficit-framing vs. asset-framing 86–87

design habits 58–67

directionality 125–129

Dunne, Tony 70

E

Earley, P. Christopher 56

Erickson, Tom 59

ethnicity 20

Eubanks, Virginia 26

expert input 49–50

F

Flesch-Kincaid Readability Test 143

formatting 120–125

G

Gaver, Bill 70

gender and roles 21–22

Giampietro, Rob 92

Gilbert, Dr. John 143

Goleman, Daniel 56

Gylfason, Tryggvi 129

H

Harvey, Francis 44

Hofstede, Geert 26–36, 43, 87

I

icons and symbols 101–109

intent vs. interpretation 105–107

making them work 107–109

roles and setup 102–105

identity factors 19–26

images and illustrations 113–117

individual identity 25

Individualism vs. Collectivism 29–31

Indulgence vs. Restraint 39–41

internationalization 118–119

J

Jeanne Clery Act 63

K

Kornai, András 146

Kurtuldu, Mustafa 125

Kwon, Jeongmin 96

L

localization 119, 135–137

Long-Term vs. Short-Term Orientation 37–40

M

Marquis, Mat 129

Masculinity vs. Femininity 31–33

Maslen, Tom 121

Mendonca, Hedvig 77

modern global audiences 7–10

multiple script systems 95–97

Mumtaz, Naureen 58

N

Nielsen, Lene 82

P

Pacenti, Elena 70

Pettersson, Rune 102

Power Distance 27–29

prioritizing flexibility 52–53

Q

questioning assumptions 50–51

R

race 19

Ramachandran, Anjali 49

religion 24–25

research methods 70–82

Bollywood technique 75–76

cultural probes 70–73

local facilitation 73–75

Walking Havana method 77–79

Reyes, Danielle M. 135

Rieger, Stephanie 10

S

Salvendy, Gavriel 108

Saval, Nikil 16

second-language speakers (design for) 138–145

Sefton-Green, Julia 24

Serota, Lauren 84

Shams, Alex 131

Shedroff, Nathan 11

Shen, Jenny 35

Shorters, Trabian 86

social class 21

stereotypography 92–94

Sun, Huatong 5, 43

T

Tamura, Manako 79

text expansion factors 99–101

the lazy brain 83–84

Title IX 63

translation 130–137

Travis, Jason 81

Tseng, Rice 64

typography 92–101

U

Uncertainty Avoidance 34–37

V

visual density 97–98

W

webfonts 94–95

WEIRD (Westernized, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, Developed) 1, 16, 24, 77, 87

White, Erin 21

Winschiers-Theophilus, Heike 77