Here is the summary poster for my research report;
1) How do you cater for people with disability?
Depending on the type of disability in question, different types of solutions can be designed to cater for various groups of people ranging from recyclables collection service using tracking systems to automated trash separation when trash is thrown into the bins. In general, disability recycling solutions will revolve around helping individuals recycle with ease despite their disabilities.
2) How you thought about social ways to encourage users to recycle?
In both initial concepts, social connection has been incorporated as one of the key features, which motivates users to recycle. Advancing beyond the typical social media functions like likes, shares, and comments, the concept seeks to link users and their friends in a cooperative recycling system to inject a sense of fun and encourage eco-friendly habits.
3) Have you thought about of some ways to motivate children to do recycling?
This is another category of individuals that require its own catered solutions and designs. For children, the solutions designed will be more playful and educational rather than being incentives-focused. Furthermore, the content and usage should be reflective of the age group and made easier to understand.
4) What about green waste? How can that be awarded?
Similar to some recyclable items that awards incentives based on volume and weight, green waste is measured and awarded as such too. This allows a greater variety of recyclable options and also caters to more individuals of different circumstances.