- “Your Brain on Glassy Skyscrapers” continued…
- Summer Meet-Up: More on Buildings, Biology + Biometrics, August 19, 6:30 PM, in Boston
- Your Brain on Streets: The Secret Revealed, How Car-centric Development Keeps You Off Your Feet!
- How Boston’s Glassy Seaport Fails + Why It Always Will!
- Strong Towns Podcast: “Why We Should Build Cities for our Unconscious Brains”
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Genetics of Design is thrilled to co-sponsor the 1st International Urban Experience + Design/2019 conference with Tufts University, on April 26, 2019. This all-day event in Medford, Massachusetts, will bring together architects, planners and researchers from around the world interested … Continue reading
What connects us to other people? One commonality: we share an evolutionary path with similar internal templates. That’s what the ‘House Experiment’ demonstrates so well. Asked to “draw a house as if they’re five years old,” people draw almost identical images, … Continue reading
What happens when you ask people to “draw a house as if they were five?” Last year I gave 19 talks, in the U.S. and Berlin, and asked more than 500 people just that. The results are in – and they … Continue reading
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” ― Maya Angelou Maya got that right: people never forget how you make them feel. The … Continue reading
How do we look at the world? Like the animal we are! The images above shows how we look at a coffee cup differently when it has ‘eyes’ on it – even if fake! Our brain, an artifact of 3.8 … Continue reading
For Tufts link see: https://sites.tufts.edu/uxdesign/ For ArchNewsNow.com link: 11.06.2018
‘How Do We See our World?’: a fun Flash-card Game, Debuting at Discovery Museum in Acton, MA, October 5th, Shows You!
How Do We See our World? What grabs our eye first, second + third? Come find out at the Discovery Museum in Acton, MA on Friday, October 5, 2018, from 4:30 – 7 PM. Admission’s free. It’s fun for … Continue reading