Luke Thompson of Kin Design London

Designer

Luke Thompson

Tangibility, Tactility & Texture

Focusing on design as a social subject, this talk will look at the ways in which interaction design can help re-enchant people with their surroundings through an engaged physical approach to digital technology.

Moving beyond a traditional technological aesthetic, this enhanced physicality can be developed as its own language. Through a sensory grammar of Tangibility, Tactility and Texture we’ll look at the form, behaviour and craft of physical interactions. This language can be used to enhance an objects ability to create emotion, encouraging people to relate to information in a new way, with the potential to achieve a more active participation to education and learning.

Talk Date & Time

Friday at 15:30

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About Luke

Luke works as a Designer at Kin where he has completed projects for clients such as Future Cities Catapult, The British Council and National Maritime Museum. He has also led a number of research projects and teaches as a visiting lecturer at Winchester School of Art and Camberwell College of Arts.

Get in touch with Luke

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kin-design.com

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Join us in Munich for two amazing days of exchange on innovative interactive experiences!



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