This makes me chuckle. I sometimes forget what normal people think.
1) reflective: you think about it then you get it.
2) behavior: something you do, you love the experience.
3) visceral: immediate reaction, can’t explain it but you just love it.
Surprise only last a short time, but the positive impression it makes lasts longer.
Familiarity- use it to break expectation.
Better to understand the user to design more appropriately.We all have built up mental maps of how we expect something is operated. E.g. Taps on and off, swiping or pinch to zoom etc.
From VILP seminar with Edgar Rodriguez. (Edgrrr.com)
Man and Ground | Anna Pietrzak | Via
There is a constant presence in man’s life. The presence of ground
Ground is curved
Ground is fluid
Ground is surface
Ground receives man’s shadow
Ground receives man’s body.
Man knows ground through building Building is dialogue; a story that lives in work. Ground asks questions to building Building demands answers from ground
Architecture is language.
Artist Agnes Denes conceived the project in 1982, and the Finnish government undertook it 10 years later. The site is legally protected for the next 400 years.
Incorporate volumes, in landscapes. Black and white it, looks dayum good.
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.