Presumably Lutz, who declined comment, would advise on the design and functionality of new vehicle models, his specialty.
Some services charge a fee for premium functionality, and sometimes, this functionality includes exporting the data.
This had a pronounced impact on the functionality of the institution and its credibility within the museum world.
Whitehouse said the main challenge in designing the collection was balancing comfort, appearance, and functionality.
If anything, fashion has reformed the size of bags to reflect a newfound respect for functionality.
functionality expresses this condition, though only partially.
The patterns were those of physical harmony, not of comparison; of aesthetics, not of functionality.
A sense of community requires that its members share in the functionality of literacy.
The nearest to it to be found there is "functionality," which is defined as — "The state of having or being a function."
The general notions of functionality, limits and continuity are explained in the article Function.
functional func·tion·al (fŭngk'shə-nəl)
Of or relating to a function.
Affecting the physiological function but not the structure.
Affecting bodily functions but not organic structure, as a disorder such as irritable bowel syndrome. Compare organic.