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Taste September 24, 2011

Posted by oluwawa writes in Experience Studio.
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I enjoyed this ad campaign by Starbucks. I could literally taste and smell this. . .

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Conversation & Adaptability September 17, 2011

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Conversation

“Conversations are one of the most important ways we learn. Conversations allow us to be comfortable and conscious of the content, and to forget the form and means of transmission almost entirely.” -Experience Design 1.1 pages 184-189

This quote allowed me to separate talking and conversation. Conversations literally transcend into the meeting of minds as all externalities (how people look, environment, irrelevant sound) that exist leading up to a conversation,  fall away.

 

Adaptability

“Experiences that seem to adapt to our interests and behaviors (whether real or merely simulated) always feel more sophisticated and personal.” -Experience Design 1.1 pages 184-189

 

The Envelope of Directing Your Thoughts September 17, 2011

Posted by oluwawa writes in Illuminate!, Recent Posts.
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Okay. . . I kind of love this kid. . .(via StyleLikeU)

Awareness September 10, 2011

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“Awareness isn’t necessary for experiences to be successful but it can be a vital component of sophisticated and more personal experiences.” – Experience Design 1.1 pages 128-132

Experience Studio September 3, 2011

Posted by oluwawa writes in Experience Studio.
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I am really looking forward to this course that I am taking called Experience Studio. The instructor of the class is Natha Shedroff, the chair of the dMBA department. Here’s a description of the course:

This studio course introduces the development processes for products, service ecologies, and other experiences, and examines the relationships among them. Students develop rich product and/or service solutions to opportunities and present their solutions professionally. Students will gain experience working collaboratively in teams as they research, develop, and share their solutions.

This is a design journal documenting my inspirations in everyday life and in the Experience Studio class during the semester.