Using neuroscience research on sensory cognition, substitution and augmentation along with project work in accessibility and UX design, the workshop enables you to learn more about yourself and how you can make future products and services.
Learn how senses, imagination and emotion are used to create realities and how design can both enhance and destroy the ability of users to meet their intents.
This is the latest iteration of a workshop that has been run at global design conferences, like UX Week and SxSW, and for multinational technology companies in USA and UK. No specialist knowledge is required and participants will learn both theory and practice for development of digital and physical products.
- How your senses work
- How you process information
- How you can change your brain
You Take Away:
- Knowledge about how senses affect user experience
- A model for mapping sensory and emotional experiences
- Vritical thinking skills about how services and user experience can be enhanced or ruined by multimodal design