Shapes & Patterns: The Role of Pre-Attentive Psychology in Design
I am a seasoned user experience professional with 16 years industry experience and a passion for delivering useful, usable, compelling and accessible experiences for users. I have a background in management consulting and technical delivery and over the years has had the opportunity to work with some great clients across the UK, Europe, Middle East, SE Asia and the USA.
I have a post-graduate degree in Human Factors in Information Design and an undergraduate degree in Computer Science, coupled with extensive experience in designing, managing and delivering all aspects of the user-centred design process, including user research and needs analysis, interaction design, information architecture, service/experience design and usability/user experience testing.
I have a proven track record of managing projects and bringing together multi-discipline teams to deliver results for high-profile clients in a variety of business contexts.
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Pre-attentive psychology tries to explain how our brains perceive visual information and organise it into meaningful patterns and structures, all in a fraction of a second. Understanding how this works gives us crucial building blocks for how to structure user interfaces. This talk will look at some of the principles and how they give us […]