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Initial Understanding of Experience Design project

This project is not just about designing a 2d piece, but designing an experience which people can connect with in different ways, whether this is physically and/or psychologically. Experience design can use all of our senses: touch, sight, hearing, taste, smell, and the sense of spatial awareness. From my understanding it is not just by including […]

This project is not just about designing a 2d piece, but designing an experience which people can connect with in different ways, whether this is physically and/or psychologically. Experience design can use all of our senses: touch, sight, hearing, taste, smell, and the sense of spatial awareness. From my understanding it is not just by including all or any of these things that you can make an experience, but by choosing the right ones that will bring people a deeper level of understanding and connection to the design/object. So once I have chosen an object, I should try to enhance the senses that will engage people and make them feel some sort of connection with my chosen object. This needs to be done using suitable technologies.




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