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On designing for senses, meaning
emotion and augmentation
Code of conduct
Code of conversation
Alastair
@acuity_design
Sensory design projects
Usability
Understand yourself
A moment
Senses Acts
What is
perceived
What is
understood
Lego for design
Sensory design is part of
foundation
Senses
Touch
Smell
Taste
Sight
Hearing
Touch
Smell
Taste
Sight
Hearing
1
2
3=
4
Touch
Smell
Taste
Sight
Hearing
Close your eyes
Cognitive
Slop
Time
Chion
Hearing is the frame for
your senses
Heare
More Senses
Sight Vision
Hearing Audition
Taste Gustation
Smell Olfaction
Touch Somatosensory
Balance & acceleration Equilibrioception...
Sight Vision
Hearing Audition
Taste Gustation
Smell Olfaction
Touch Somatosensory
Balance & acceleration Equilibrioception...
Proprioception
Proprioception Chronoception
Complexity hides the problem
of sensory confusion
Ambiguity
Meaning
Playtime
Difficult
Users make meaning
Simplicity
=
Clarity
User Interface as wall
of metaphors
Understand what you say
What is
perceived
What is
understood
Pop Quiz
Name an English speaking
mathematician in the 1940’s
whose work led to the internet
age?
Alan Turing
Alan Turing
Claude Shannon
Information Theory
More parts to
conversation
What we say
Confirming understanding
What is
stated
What is
perceived
What is
understood
Meaning is made in the reply
The user creates meaning with
you
The user takes action with you
What is
stated
What is
perceived
What is
understood
What is
done
Humans are social
We act mutually
More senses
More meanings
New futures
Being diverse
Neuroplasticity
Accessibility US Army
US
Army
Umwelt
Augmentation
But…
…it doesn’t always work
Why?
Emotions
Understand what you feel
What is
stated
What is
perceived
What is
understood
What is
done
What is
stated
What is
perceived
What is felt
What is
understood
What is
done
Emotion coats sensory
experience
Emotion enables action
Emotion constricts cognition
To act but not to act well
Becoming more
Substitution shows
Augmentation is possible
Augmentation is real
but success is hard
Technology is necessary
Emotion is important
Diversity is essential
Augmentation is already visible
in diversity
Neurodiversity Deep Learning
To be more
than
human
To be more
human
To be more
humane
Thank
You
Alastair
@acuity_design
Sensory Design at Link Festival 2016
Sensory Design at Link Festival 2016
Sensory Design at Link Festival 2016
Sensory Design at Link Festival 2016
Sensory Design at Link Festival 2016
Sensory Design at Link Festival 2016
Sensory Design at Link Festival 2016
Sensory Design at Link Festival 2016
Sensory Design at Link Festival 2016
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Sensory Design at Link Festival 2016

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Slides from workshop at Link Festival 2016 in Melbourne on sensory design - understanding how human augmentation needs senses, emotions and diversity to succeed.

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Sensory Design at Link Festival 2016

  1. 1. On designing for senses, meaning emotion and augmentation
  2. 2. Code of conduct
  3. 3. Code of conversation
  4. 4. Alastair @acuity_design
  5. 5. Sensory design projects
  6. 6. Usability
  7. 7. Understand yourself
  8. 8. A moment
  9. 9. Senses Acts
  10. 10. What is perceived What is understood
  11. 11. Lego for design
  12. 12. Sensory design is part of foundation
  13. 13. Senses
  14. 14. Touch Smell Taste Sight Hearing
  15. 15. Touch Smell Taste Sight Hearing
  16. 16. 1 2 3= 4 Touch Smell Taste Sight Hearing
  17. 17. Close your eyes
  18. 18. Cognitive Slop Time
  19. 19. Chion
  20. 20. Hearing is the frame for your senses
  21. 21. Heare
  22. 22. More Senses
  23. 23. Sight Vision Hearing Audition Taste Gustation Smell Olfaction Touch Somatosensory Balance & acceleration Equilibrioception Temperature Thermoception Kinaesthetic sense Proprioception Pain Nociception Time Chronoception Other internal senses Interoception
  24. 24. Sight Vision Hearing Audition Taste Gustation Smell Olfaction Touch Somatosensory Balance & acceleration Equilibrioception Temperature Thermoception Kinaesthetic sense Proprioception Pain Nociception Time Chronoception Other internal senses Interoception
  25. 25. Proprioception
  26. 26. Proprioception Chronoception
  27. 27. Complexity hides the problem of sensory confusion
  28. 28. Ambiguity
  29. 29. Meaning
  30. 30. Playtime
  31. 31. Difficult
  32. 32. Users make meaning
  33. 33. Simplicity = Clarity
  34. 34. User Interface as wall of metaphors
  35. 35. Understand what you say
  36. 36. What is perceived What is understood
  37. 37. Pop Quiz
  38. 38. Name an English speaking mathematician in the 1940’s whose work led to the internet age?
  39. 39. Alan Turing
  40. 40. Alan Turing
  41. 41. Claude Shannon
  42. 42. Information Theory
  43. 43. More parts to conversation
  44. 44. What we say
  45. 45. Confirming understanding
  46. 46. What is stated What is perceived What is understood
  47. 47. Meaning is made in the reply
  48. 48. The user creates meaning with you
  49. 49. The user takes action with you
  50. 50. What is stated What is perceived What is understood What is done
  51. 51. Humans are social We act mutually
  52. 52. More senses More meanings
  53. 53. New futures
  54. 54. Being diverse
  55. 55. Neuroplasticity
  56. 56. Accessibility US Army
  57. 57. US Army
  58. 58. Umwelt
  59. 59. Augmentation
  60. 60. But…
  61. 61. …it doesn’t always work
  62. 62. Why?
  63. 63. Emotions
  64. 64. Understand what you feel
  65. 65. What is stated What is perceived What is understood What is done
  66. 66. What is stated What is perceived What is felt What is understood What is done
  67. 67. Emotion coats sensory experience
  68. 68. Emotion enables action
  69. 69. Emotion constricts cognition
  70. 70. To act but not to act well
  71. 71. Becoming more
  72. 72. Substitution shows Augmentation is possible
  73. 73. Augmentation is real but success is hard
  74. 74. Technology is necessary
  75. 75. Emotion is important
  76. 76. Diversity is essential
  77. 77. Augmentation is already visible in diversity
  78. 78. Neurodiversity Deep Learning
  79. 79. To be more than human
  80. 80. To be more human
  81. 81. To be more humane
  82. 82. Thank You
  83. 83. Alastair @acuity_design

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