On Monday, May 4, the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation hosted a lecture and discussion by user experience design pioneer, Don Norman, Professor Emeritus, Cognitive Science, UC San Diego. In a talk titled “The San Diego Design Lab. Human-Technology Teamwork,” Dr. Norman discussed the origins and current status of the newly formed UC San Diego Design Lab with its three main themes: active learning, human-technology teamwork, and building the San Diego design community.
Want to learn more? Watch the full seminar below.
Dr. Norman is professor emeritus of both psychology and cognitive science. He has been a VP of Apple, executive at HP, and design professor at Northwestern and KAIST (Korea). He is co-founder of the Nielsen Norman group, an IDEO Fellow, fellow of the Design Research Society, and a member of the National Academy of Engineering. His books include Emotional Design, Living with Complexity, and most recently an expanded and revised edition of Design of Everyday Things.