Dr. Lois Frankel & Research Team

Dr. Lois Frankel & Research Team

Associate Professor

School of Industrial Design, Carleton University

 

Lois Frankel PhD
Associate Professor, School of Industrial Design, Carleton University

Lois Frankel’s expertise focuses on sensory and cognitive practices related to design. Based on her interest in sensory aspects of design she formed the Sense-It team in 2016 to develop sensory design pedagogical tools.

Eileen Harris PhD
Office of the Vice-Provost, Carleton University

Eileen Harris draws on her doctoral research into the creative process and her expertise in curriculum design to help inform the incorporation of sensory aspects of design into the design education curriculum.

Claudie St. Arnaud MDes
MDes Alumnus, School of Industrial Design, Carleton University

Claudie St-Arnaud is a designer and Interior Design educator. Her professional and educational background sets the stage for her research exploration.

Alanna Bamber BID
Masters of Industrial Design Student, School of Industrial Design, Carleton University

Alanna Bamber is studying design at the graduate level. Coming from a diploma in illustration and with a background in graphic design, her interest in the Sense-It project focuses on how graphic elements can help facilitate learning and retention of knowledge.

Lindsay McCauley
Bachelor of Industrial Design Student, School of Industrial Design, Carleton University

Lindsay McCauley will be graduating from the Bachelor of Industrial Design program at Carleton University in April 2019 and continuing her education by pursuing her Master of Design at Carleton University directly after graduation.

Dawson Clark
Bachelor of Industrial Design Student, School of Industrial Design, Carleton University

Dawson Clark is completing his final year in the Bachelor of Industrial Design program at Carleton University. His role in the project is the design and development of interactive experiences for the purpose of sensory design research.

 

Sensory Design Exercises: A Novel Approach to Student Engagement

25 Dockside Drive

It is becoming increasingly clear that sensory experiences are key to enriching and mediating people’s lived experiences in fields as diverse as anthropology, design, engineering, psychology, education, sociology, and urban planning, among others.   The Sense-It! Design Research Team has been developing a toolkit to enable design students to learn about design features that can […]

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