Temporal Design Thinking

  • Screens are not static display devices. Unlike printed pages, they can change, act, react, and transform themselves within the limitations of their two-dimensional spaces. The web originated as a way to present textual articles, but has evolved far past that now. Temporal design means thinking of not only about visual and interactive design but adding change, progression, control and context to designs — something lacking in most ‘interactive’ design we see today.
    This workshop trains students in using design thinking methodology to solve complex design problems with an eye towards keeping the audience engaged through telling a strong and dynamic narratives over time.

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    Students will learn:
    • What turns static design thinking into temporal design thinking
    • How telling the story of your product will help you focus the definition of your problem
    • Ways to quickly consider multiple solutions and options to find the best path
    • Methods for having inclusive design exercises for the whole team
    • Why trust is becoming one of the most important considerations for any design problem
    For more details on Temporal Design Thinking, see Jason’s article “The importance of time in design” on CreativeBloq.