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Denmark interliminal design_final oslo Denmark interliminal design_final oslo Presentation Transcript

  • Interliminal Design ! mitigating design distortion ! ! Desired Outcome ≠ Actual Outcome ! DeAunne Denmark, MD, PhD Pacific Northwest College of Art Oregon Health & Science University
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  • What causes design distortion? Cognitive Heuristics and Biases Decision shortcuts that are rapid automatic the default 3
  • Cognitive Bias = Inappropriately applied heuristic Unknown Unseen Unacknowledged and Uncompensated Ex. Confirmation bias 4
  • Perception is (always) biased 5
  • Biases/heuristics create limits Interliminal Design inter between liminal on both sides of a boundary “Agile switching between systems” 6
  • Intentional Conscious purpose Adaptive Changing to suit a new purpose Imaginative Relating previously unconnected elements or ideas 7
  • Interliminal Design is nonlinear and crosses boundaries Question Assess Wickedness Collaborate with yourself and others Opportunity Imagine Analyze Iterate Implement Adapt/ Abandon
  • Interliminal methods mitigate biases ! Personal Structural that cause design distortion 10
  • How? Deliberate altering of rules, viewpoints, roles, etc. to enhance perception and awareness Question Everything Now What are we doing and Why? Personal uncomfortable, upset, charged Structural re-visit desired outcome switch roles adopt conflicting viewpoint 11
  • Acknowledgments Andrew McCollough, PhD Don Harker, MS Pacific Northwest College of Art MFA Program in Collaborative Design Peter Schoonmaker, PhD Oregon Health & Science University OHSU Brain Institute Bobby Heagerty ! ! many further resources upon request 12