A Study on the Brand Service Design for Measuring and Managing Indoor Air Quality

실내공기질 측정 및 관리를 위한 브랜드 서비스디자인 연구

  • 김승범 ((주)아이디엔컴) ;
  • 김회광 (강남대학교 미래인재개발대학 유니버설디자인전공)
  • Received : 2018.04.05
  • Accepted : 2018.06.20
  • Published : 2018.06.28


The quality of indoor air quality is facing a very serious situation due to the impact of the quality of the atmosphere in the atmosphere and the surrounding environment. While awareness of the danger of these populations is increasing, there is no way to detect the quality of the indoor air quality as well as the measures to detect the quality of indoor air quality as well as the countermeasures. The study drew a general problem with the design of the service design, the general purpose of the general office, and the use of the public facilities for the purpose of measuring the usage of indoor air quality, the general purpose of public facilities, and the interpretation of the current law. Based on this research, most of the general users' perception of the seriousness of the disease is not reflected in the perception that the dust and indoor air are accumulated in the eyes of the general public.


Indoor Air quality;Service Design;Brand Service;TX;EX


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