JANE FULTON SURI THOUGHTLESS ACTS PDF
Thoughtless Acts?: Observations on Intuitive Design Hardcover – March 30, . by . Jane Fulton Suri is the worldwide leader of human factors design and. Thoughtless Acts? has ratings and 15 reviews. by. Jane Fulton Suri,. Ideo To ask other readers questions about Thoughtless Acts?, please sign up. In Jane Fulton Suri, Partner Emeritus and Executive Design “Thoughtless acts are all those intuitive ways we adapt, exploit, and react to.
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Observing such everyday interactions reveals subtle details about how we relate to the designed and natural world. Feb 10, DeAnna Knippling rated it it was amazing Shelves: There are so many opportunities for design to make a positive impact upon our lives. It’s hard to explain.
IDEO’s Jane Fulton Suri observes “thoughtless acts”
I feel that there often is an element of intention to signaling, which contradicts the essence of a thoughtless act. I see a gigantic opportunity to improve the quality of life for billions of people today and in the future, an important everyday experience albeit once in a lifetime, is of design for dignified dying.
Accepting the fact of our inevitable demise and designing deliberately to improve the quality of that experience, rather than fight and dread it. What is optimum for things that request design to solve certain problems and what is optimum for emotional design values have different nuances. I found myself noticing lots of “thoughtlesss acts” the afternoon after going through this, acts I would have otherwise ignored.
You’ll probably come up with dozens of product or architecture ideas as you go through this book – not that you’ll implement any of them, it’s just good to get your mind fired up.
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When you are lacking in new ideas, a quick glance through this book can grant you a new look on the world we interact with, not just by examples within the pages themselves which are, on their own, open to interpretation beyond what the author gives at the back but also in your day to day life.
This book is not a teaching tool, more of a springboard for your own ethnography and research ideas. I tried to follow the same structure Jane Fulton Suri laid out in her book to group my own observations, which goes as follows:.
Joran on 03 Jun This book was recommended to me by Peter the first of many wonderful recommendations to come on the first day of my internship.
Thoughtless Acts?: Observations on Intuitive Design
Finally got around to reading the book instead of flipping through it ; and it is a good one if one sits with it a while in reflective practice. This part scts the book sets up the overarching framework for successful interviewing: This turned out to be more elusive than the rest!
Are there some features in the world around us that trigger a certain behavior? Paul Bennet, the creative director of Ideo, did a talk at TED a few years ago on this same subject with some of the same visuals.
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At any rate, it’s giving me all kinds of ideas, and I feel like I’ve only just scratched the surface with my first read. Return to Book Page.
But the pictures are thought provoking, and would make you probe wcts daily actions with more insight. Do need to look at the original source for the word “affordance”: Tom on 01 Jun I was recently rereading Don Norman’s essay on the relationship between culture and product designin which he explores the advantages and disadvantages of globalization and mass-produced design.
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Intentionally clever solutions to problems are not “thoughtless acts” in the IDEO sense, and will be removed. It takes time for new things to be recognized as normal. Mar 15, Chloe rated it really liked it Shelves: Straight to you every other week.
Dec 22, Justin rated it it was amazing Shelves: It’s a series of photos along with just a few things for you to think about, then a short essay and photo captions – it’s more like a short course on observing design than it is a book. I have a feeling that we are not too different from each other!
Just a flton while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Looks like this is another book to pick up to add to the mountain of books I Have to read. I have been conducting the ‘Without Thought’ workshop to young designers for over 15 years.