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Mindful UX Workshop

Mindful UX Workshop

In this one-day workshop, sponsored by the User Research Center, we will discuss examples of how principles of behavioral economics have been applied to design across a variety of products and industries. We will review examples of good and bad (e.g., addictive) UX design. As a group, we will explore and discuss ways mindfulness theory can be integrated in the design of products to allow users greater control of their experiences. Students will be given a rare opportunity to engage in collaborative UX design thinking and research! Open to all members of the Harvard community.

Free lunch will be provided.

Date:
Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Time:
9:30am - 5:00pm
Location:
Lamont Library - Collaborative Learning Space (Room #B-30)
Campus:
Cambridge
Audience:
  Harvard Affiliates     Staff     Students  
Categories:
  Presentation     Workshop  
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Event Organizer

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Maya Tateyama

ALM Candidate

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Danielle Lavoie

Lab Manager, User Research Center

Lamont Library, A-10

617-496-5272

danielle_lavoie@harvard.edu

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