Sensory Deprivation for Breakthrough Innovation
Exploring beyond the touchscreen
Presented by Joyce Chou, Design Program Manager at Microsoft
The way we interact with technology is rapidly evolving beyond the touch of a screen or button. Mobile phones enable a whole new world of interaction behavior that leverage gestures and movements, where people can use the motion of either bodies or objects.
This workshop explores design possibilities beyond our assumptions of how technology works. We will look at ways to design new mobile features and products that use more than just touch, sight, and sound. Through a series of hands-on activities we will look at the what’s possible when you use physical gestures to design experiences not constrained by a screen.
This workshop is for design students and professionals as well as individuals curious about design thinking and exploration. No experience or preparation is required.
Saturday, September 22
3:30 – 5 p.m.
Cornish College of the Arts
1000 Lenora Street Seattle, WA 98121
Tickets: $20 for one workshop or $45 for all three workshops, Students $10 for one workshop or $30 for all three workshops with student ID
Brown Paper Tickets
IxDA Seattle, Interaction Design Association