From Psychology to Design Thinking
The discussion, titled “Design Thinking from Psychology,” featured senior product designer and UX/UI design lecturer Rima Khachatryan. The event took place on March 22 at PIXEL IT School.
The educational meeting-discussion delved into the relationship between psychology and design
The discussion covered various aspects of the connection between psychology and design, offering intriguing and real-world examples to the attendees. The rich and productive conversation unfolded in a warm, friendly, and active atmosphere, addressing the following key points:
- Design thinking and its principles
- The interplay between psychology and design thinking
- Cognitive bias in design
- Open floor for questions on the topic
The seminar provided participants with inspiration and motivation to continue their learning journey in the fascinating world of design. Conversations exploring the relationship between design and psychology offered a fresh perspective to those interested in design, encouraging them to approach their work in new and innovative ways and connect with fellow designers.
These discussions on the intertwined nature of design and psychology are set to continue in the future.