Design of civil aviation tableware based on user experience
Keywords:Modular design; Aviation tableware design; User experience.
In-flight meals are an important touchpoint between passengers and airline services, tableware design is the carrier of air service and brand culture. This paper analyzes the in-flight meal experience of passengers in a special high-altitude environment, It is proposed that there is a "pressure space" in the in-flight meal experience, and takes tableware design as the entry point, from the tableware shape, color, material, and other elements, the plan of the cabin tableware design is proposed. Make aviation tableware artistic, aesthetic and economical, relieve the fatigue of passengers due to high-altitude flights, and improve the service level of airlines.
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