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Mar 5Liked by David M Levinson

The travel-related thinking is one of the observer (who is supposed to be qualified and have the knowledge to interpret the data keeping in mind the known unknowns).

The access-related thinking (as presented here) is one of the user.

The perception of access from the user experience point of view, as I would think of it, must be entirely different from one of a researcher: people would think about their access in relation to their immediate problems to solve, and until they are intentionally looking for pathways to get to a new (potential or required) destination, they would hardly ever consider whether they can do so (and, if yes, how exactly).

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