Psychology for Digital Behavior Change - 3-day Course (San Jose)

  • Description:

    In 3-days, you’ll learn how to build more engaging websites, apps and campaigns by mastering the core lessons in digital psychology and behavioral design.



    In this class, you will learn to recognize and apply over 50 behavior change principles, build technologies from psychological design patterns and…

  • Created by: Brian Cugelman
  • Categories: Community Events
  • Jul 22, 2013 at 2:00am to Jul 26, 2013 at 10:00am
  • Location: College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley
  • Latest Activity: Jul 16

Set at the Cal Design Lab at the College of Environmental Design at UC Berkeley, this workshop will explore a new multidisciplinary approach to robotics. Interest in robotics has risen dramatically over the last fifteen years in the fields of architecture, engineering, industrial design, and art. Designers in the future will be called upon to create spaces that are computationally enhanced, interactive, responsive and artificially intelligent. Rather than designing traditional buildings and simply applying a computational layer, this workshop will explore a more integrative and synthetic approach. A review of the literature reveals a lack of established methodologies for designing architectural spaces as intelligent spatial systems. As such, it is clear that a new multidisciplinary approach is needed to bring together research in the fields of interaction design (IxD), architectural design, product design, human computer interaction (HCI), embedded systems, and engineering. Workshop participants will explore a range of emerging software and hardware tools and techniques for designing, programming, visualizing, fabricating and testing parametric robotic architectural prototypes well beyond the traditional domain of architecture or design education. This workshop will be led by Jason Kelly Johnson, a founding design partner of Future Cities Lab in San Francisco.