Sensory experiences and designing for inclusion
This is Design, Digested 17.
It is a sunny, mild day today in Emilia-Romagna. We’ve been enjoining higher temperatures lately, so much so we had a barbeque before stricter restrictions came into place in our area. Ever since we moved back, almost everything is a sensory experience that brings back memories of my childhood, and reminds me of things I didn’t know I missed. This is particularly true with food. I often have Anton Ego moments.
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That’s all from me now,
See you soon!