Antoni Gaudí and Interaction Design: thoughts about nature and sustainability

If you ever been to Barcelona, you’ve probably visited Antoni Gaudi’s famous places: La Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera, Park Guell and Batllo House. Everywhere in the city you can see his fantastic and incredible master pieces. Gaudi was an architect and designer. His inspiration was founded around nature. Organic compositions, vibrant colours and breath-taking buildings 

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Experiences related to art exhibition: an approach to emotional interaction

Art doesn’t have a final objective. However, it starts a sensitive and metal experiences overflow with itself. We will always look for a reference inside our repertoire or even add more interactive patterns to our lives. This article intend to build a parallel between the moment we try to learn and understand the masterpiece and 

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Designing with details [#isa2012]

Today’s post it’s about microinteractions and the importance of the details. Last week we had a conference about interaction design (#ISA2012) in São Paulo and I decided to make separated posts about the talks. Microinteractions are the way we experience detailed events. So, when we try to approach a design process with attention to details, 

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Creating meaningful interactions through games [#isa2012]

Yesterday, I posted about Prototyping experiences. Last week we had a conference about interaction design(#ISA2012) in São Paulo and I decided to make separated posts about the talks. During the third talk of the day, Olli Leno, explained why the future of games is emotional and how we can relate experiences and cognition. Meaningful playability 

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