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    Title: 以Fishbein模式探討設計師對水平把手的設計觀點與使用偏好
    Other Titles: An empirical study of designers' preference for door handles using the Fishbein model approach
    Authors: 張熙昌;Chang, Hsi-Chang
    Contributors: 淡江大學企業管理學系碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 室內設計;水平把手;設計產品屬性;設計師;Interior design;door handle;design product attributes;interior designers
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:51:38 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著台灣經濟成長和人們消費能力的提升,消費者對於生活品質和居住品質的要求也跟著改變。民眾對於房屋的要求,除了符合基本的生活機能之外,也漸漸開始力求空間的設計感,希望藉由整體空間的風格表現自己獨一無二的個性。
    In recent years, with the rise of purchasing power, consumers are seeking higher standards of living, and nowhere is the more apparent than in the housing market. It is no longer enough for a house to fulfill basic functions of accommodation, as consumers are now looking to make their living quarters a reflection of their personal tastes and a badge of uniqueness.
    Door handles may seem trivial compared to other elements of interior design, but in fact they are essential in that any house with a door requires the use of a door handle, and this tiny detail can be the one that makes or breaks the overall design of a space.
    The goal of this study is to use the Fishbein model as a basis for determining what attributes (including price, color, design, material, ease of use, ease of installation, durability, and brand) of door handles influence the preference of interior designers. Eight designers who had either worked in interior design for more than five years or who had handled a design case with budgets of more than ten million were invited to share their opinions on door handle attributes. The Delphi and Dematel-ANP methods were used to analyze the data and discuss the finding. Results showed that the most influential attribute was price, followed by material, and then followed by design. The least influential attributes were easier of installation and brand. It is hoped that the results of this study can help future designers to make the most efficient use of resources with a deeper understanding of what attributes of door handles are important to potential buyers.
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