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Management of eco-innovative selected methods for the identification of the problem in universal design

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The purpose of this article is the analysis of selected methods for identifying the problem in universal designing. This analysis was done on the basis of researched Viennese stop at territory of Poznan. Design problem was defined in the article. Identification of problem and universal designing was referred to. The following identification methods for problem were analysed: Ishikawa Diagram, 5X Why and QUINTILIANUS Method.
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  • Poznan University of Technology, Plac Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie 5, 60-965 Poznań, Poland,
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