People: Relational Characteristics

Lens: Type: Characteristic
People: Relational Characteristics:

Qualities that define people’s observable, measurable makeup.

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People are physical and relational beings. People were born with physical characteristics. These characteristics change over time as a person matures and when they modify their physical qualities. People learn about themselves and the world around them through relationships. They gain knowledge, develop responsibilities, acquire behaviors, and make decisions through contact with other people and the things other people produce.

Both physical and relational characteristics define people’s observable qualities. They can also act as barriers—preventing a person from completing activities or being accepted by others.

People: Self Characteristics and Behavior Aspects

People: Relational Characteristics and Behavior Aspects

People: Self

Self Characteristics

Age Sex Race Gender Identity Size: People Condition

Self Behavior

Habits Movements
People: Relational

Relational Characteristics

Sexual Orientation Relationships Social Class Knowledge

Relational Behavior

Personality

People: Self Experience Level Aspects

People: Relational Experience Level Aspects

People: Meaning-Making

Bifocals

Language

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Culture Values

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Self-Concept Worldview
People: Motivation

Bifocals

Attention Attitude Subjective Norm Abilities

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Intention Role

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Sensations Mood

Sources

References and sources that support the inclusion of this Aspects of Experiences for Design component.