A person’s physical size can be an important aspect of experience when considering how to design outcomes that involve physical interaction. A person’s physical size can prevent them from walking through doorways without ducking. The size of their fingers can make it frustrating to press buttons on screen-based displays. In some cultures and during different periods in history, “small” or “large” physical size has been both favorably and unfavorably viewed by society. A person’s physical can change over time due to a wide range of circumstances.