Overtones in multi-sensory UX design
The way in which dogs experience the world, where their superior senses of smell and hearing are deeply intertwined with that of sight, may provide an inspiring model for a creative approach to multi-sensory digital design.
The thought was prompt…
Design Talk 38. Tim Burrell-Saward; designing hybrid physical / digital experiences
Tim Burrell-Saward is working at the frontier of experience design, where the digital and physical dimensions combine in surprising, delightful ways. In this conversation with MEX founder Marek Pawlowski, Tim talks about his journey from lighting …
Hey Siri, am I clear to land?
￼I was lucky enough to be taken for a flight in a small four seater plane, touring over New Jersey, USA. It provided insight into the role of audio as a data channel, especially in an environment of complex controls.
The panel of instruments wa…
Visual depth in digital UI must be touchable to form a satisfying mental model
Design Talk 30. Ruby Steel, Smart Design
Ruby Steel’s path in design has been characterised by her interest in multi-sensory experiences and finding ways to help people overcome impairments. Recently, she appeared in the BBC television series ‘The Big Life Fix‘ as part of a team of desig…
Sound & tactility are as important to a brand’s identity as appearance
Experiential clues in emerging technology
This is part of a series of provocations to fuel discussions at the MEX/16 conference. Follow @mexfeed for more, join the debate at #mexdesign16 or by posting your comment below.
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Design Talk 3. Multi-sensory design; Peter Law; tap-to-pay in rural backwaters
In this episode we look at multi-sensory design, exploring how digital experiences can be extended beyond visual interfaces into hearing, touch, taste and even smell.
On this edition
- Marek Pawlowski, co-host & founder of MEX (@marekpawlowsk…