Last week, we introduced you to the hypothesis that: “psychology and design go hand in hand”. This time, we’d like to introduce you to the thought leaders who first sparked this idea. Not everyone on this list is a designer, in fact, hardly any of them are. We are looking to all corners of the academic world — psychology, science, economics and more — in search of better ways to improve our design process.
William McDonough’s Cradle to Cradle – an elegant manifesto for design.
Psychology and design go hand in hand… or at least they should. Let me leave you with that thought, whilst I introduce the idea of behaviourism to you:
Check out ‘Maker the movie’ – for insight into the motivations of those behind the maker movement.
Paper prototyping for UI / UX design. Looks fun!
Good design looks great, yes — but why shouldn’t it also feel great, smell great and sound great?