What will I learn?

Overview

How might we reformulate day-to- day experiences to involve a wider range of human senses?

Many situations in our day-to- day lives end up boring or stifling because we have
ignored the full range of human senses and privilege only the visual. How might we
remix experiences to be more engaging by including a wider range of human senses?
In this workshop, we specifically focus on the idea of “flavor,” which derives from “taste”
and “smell.” We develop our understanding of flavor in the context of these less-
conventional design senses, and consider how the words, tools, stories, and concepts
from the kitchen can be imported to enrich our design palette.

Learn With

Teaching Team

Kevin Hsu
Human Cities Initiative
Curtis Wang
Instructional Designer

FAQs

Any questions?

Questions? 

Email khsu@stanford.edu

Details

  • Spring 2018
  • No credit
  • Saturday
    Sunday

  • Stanford Flavor Lab & d.school

Apply

Apply by Friday, March 9th.

Accepting 30 students

Open to Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Fellows and Post-Docs, Community Members

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