LegUP
London
June 2014
Alastair
@acuity_design
www.sensoryUX.com
Memory and Minds
Memory and Age
Memory and Senses
2 warnings
Neuroscience is not
certain
Neurotypical persona
&
neuro-spectrum
Memory and Minds
Our brains are social
We remember what
we want to share
Think about Playgrounds
and Schoolrooms
Memory activation is
keyed around
knowledge that is
shareable for social
advantage or
harmonisation
Sharing underlies
memory and stories
are how they are
shaped
Be careful
Narrative is strong
It can be difficult to
dislodge false stories
Neuroergonomics
Narrative has weight
3 useful ideas
Create perceivable
information
Enable tolerance of
error
Design for low effort
Memory and Age
Our brain wants to
help us
To be social
To be happy
Memory changes
over life
Why?
Memory changes as
our capabilities and
needs change
Our brain works
round physical
changes and
impairments
A few moments of
your memory life
Baby
Embedded
capabilities
Young Person
Childhood Amnesia
Youth
Memory Bump
Middle Age
Nostalgia
Old Age
Anecdote
Design to work with
the life rhythm of
memory
Memory and Senses
Memory recall needs
our senses
We remember the
past with the senses
of the present
Hippocampus is like
Grand Central Station
We reassemble
memories from
current sensory
information
Create
multimodal
sensory
learning
moments
Maintain
strong
sensory
actions
now
Use the present to
enable the past
Test for confusion
Watch out for audio
and timing
Design in alignment
with our brains and
memory
Questions?
Designing for memory: ageing, senses and more
Designing for memory: ageing, senses and more
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Slidedeck from LegUP talk in June 2014.

3 parts discuss the importance of understanding how the brain uses memory and senses to help you be social and to be happy.

Also how important it is to understand the natural changes in memory over life.

You can see a video of the event at http://new.livestream.com/L4L/futureedtech/videos/54235096

You can learn about workshops that enable greater understanding at www.sensoryUX.com

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  1. 1. LegUP London June 2014
  2. 2. Alastair @acuity_design
  3. 3. www.sensoryUX.com
  4. 4. Memory and Minds Memory and Age Memory and Senses
  5. 5. 2 warnings
  6. 6. Neuroscience is not certain
  7. 7. Neurotypical persona & neuro-spectrum
  8. 8. Memory and Minds
  9. 9. Our brains are social
  10. 10. We remember what we want to share
  11. 11. Think about Playgrounds and Schoolrooms
  12. 12. Memory activation is keyed around knowledge that is shareable for social advantage or harmonisation
  13. 13. Sharing underlies memory and stories are how they are shaped
  14. 14. Be careful
  15. 15. Narrative is strong
  16. 16. It can be difficult to dislodge false stories
  17. 17. Neuroergonomics
  18. 18. Narrative has weight
  19. 19. 3 useful ideas
  20. 20. Create perceivable information
  21. 21. Enable tolerance of error
  22. 22. Design for low effort
  23. 23. Memory and Age
  24. 24. Our brain wants to help us
  25. 25. To be social
  26. 26. To be happy
  27. 27. Memory changes over life
  28. 28. Why?
  29. 29. Memory changes as our capabilities and needs change
  30. 30. Our brain works round physical changes and impairments
  31. 31. A few moments of your memory life
  32. 32. Baby
  33. 33. Embedded capabilities
  34. 34. Young Person
  35. 35. Childhood Amnesia
  36. 36. Youth
  37. 37. Memory Bump
  38. 38. Middle Age
  39. 39. Nostalgia
  40. 40. Old Age
  41. 41. Anecdote
  42. 42. Design to work with the life rhythm of memory
  43. 43. Memory and Senses
  44. 44. Memory recall needs our senses
  45. 45. We remember the past with the senses of the present
  46. 46. Hippocampus is like Grand Central Station
  47. 47. We reassemble memories from current sensory information
  48. 48. Create multimodal sensory learning moments Maintain strong sensory actions now
  49. 49. Use the present to enable the past
  50. 50. Test for confusion
  51. 51. Watch out for audio and timing
  52. 52. Design in alignment with our brains and memory
  53. 53. Questions?
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