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This is a free, self-paced online course.
In this course you will develop an understanding of how metaphorical thinking has been operating in multiple disciplinary contexts. As we journey through history, you’ll see that it provides a rich archive from which designers and creative content producers can draw to create new ideas and to frame their work. You’ll gain insights to developing new techniques and experience guided learning activities that will leave you with better practice creative concepts and the necessary insights to arrive at final outcomes.
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This course is for industry professionals wanting to explore metaphorical thinking in the formative stages of design and product development prototyping.
Thomas is a design theorist and researcher whose work focuses on the experiential dimensions of technology, materials and spaces. He is particularly concerned with the distinctive feelings and forms of networked, consumer-oriented culture that characterises life in wealthy democracies after WWII. This includes the massive proliferation and diversification of leisure-oriented experiences associated with music, food and exercise, that have been augmented by mobile computing technology.
Explore new interdisciplinary research and collaborations around emerging technologies and human rights.
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Considering Human Rights within Emerging Technologies.
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Explore improvements in train network operation performance via machine learning techniques .
Explore a case study investigating the impacts of COVID-19 and Australian bushfires, on our health and wellbeing.