User Experience Researcher
Cutting-edge, non-traditional approach to User Experience (UX) as generally known. I call it Embodied UX.
My journey in this field put a strong emphasis on conceptual thinking and explored the convergence of embodied cognition, the merge between digital and physical interactions, non-human relationships, and spatial dynamics.
The Embodied UX perspective explores innovative research methodologies that are up for its challenges. It draws inspiration from diverse fields such as Anthropology, Sociology, Art, Dance, and other domains that can enrich the mix.
Stay tuned for updates about my final Master’s project.
Creating a user experience that enhances human perceptions through technology.
Designing a transmedia experience that mobilises people around the inclusion of neurodivergent people in the workplace.
Read about my and my team’s journeys on two small one-week projects!
Read about my and my team’s journeys of small five two-week-long briefs exploring a range of witty topics!
Improving the User Experience of a Braille exhibition in Aspex gallery, Portsmouth.
UX Design project to support the community of Cosham, Portsmouth
UX Design project to empower neurodivergent people and break the stigma in the workplace.