Designing for the five senses

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Design, as we know it, is conventionally visual. It's eye candy. It's pleasing to the eyes. All aesthetics. But, designer Jinsop Lee believes that design should also feel great, smell great, and sound great. Watch this TED Talk as he shares his theory of the five-sense design and his hope of inspiring everyone to notice great multisensory experiences.

#designing #senses
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  • Profile picture of the author Jean milburn
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    • Profile picture of the author Profit Traveler
      Like Smell...

      A Popcorn shop in downtown Chicago called Garretts. The smell would have lines wrapped around the block. You ever had freshly popped warm cheese popcorn and caramel pecan popcorn mixed? Why do I torture myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author susan2015parker
    Design is definitely something that catches users attention at first sight. No matter what software, tool, or app you design, the design is something that has a huge impact on the users. It shouldn't be just eye candy but user-friendly so they can understand everything easily.
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  • Profile picture of the author superowid
    Why does he make it so hard? Design is simple. Everyone can do it. Even if it's the ugly one. It's really like writing a simple tittle to make people want to read more or longer. It all depends on each goal. Great design is the one which can fulfill that goal! That's all.

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