Bounded Irrationality: Supporting Users & Creating Communities
Tag Archives | 2016
Designers are often told that users seek easy answers which are arrived at rationally. Said users are bound by predictable, limited amounts of time, knowledge and interest. They are bound and are understood by bounded rationality. The influence of psychologists and economists has trained us to frame solutions with this precept. Bounded rationality belies the […]
Learn how Presumptive Design differs from traditional user-centered design, and how it welcomes and leverages our irrationality by using failure as the main catalyst for insight.
Leo leads a half day hands-on workshop that turns the usual Discover | Define | Design process on its head. Attendees will learn the theoretical frameworks on which presumptive design is based and have ample opportunity to practice the method in this dynamic workshop. Learn more and register at chifoo.org.