james boardwell

The Pyschogeography of navigation - cancelled

Due to time constraints I've asked the organisers to pull this talk - but I'm hoping to do a 20/20 on the subject in Guy's slot <

Navigation tends to be a very functional sub-discipline of design [information architecture]. Are there things we can learn from the history of psychogeography, how we orientate and navigate around a space using our senses that can inform a more dynamic view on navigating and wayfinding in complex services and apps?