Month: December 2019

How your keen observation of the senses could help you design better products and services

The phrase “Multi-sensorial design” might sound like a big word, but it merely means designing for the five senses. It is the “awareness of psychological effects elicited by interactions with products, the varying degrees to which the senses are stimulated, the meanings and values users attach to any product or service, and the emotions that …

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