Instructor: Amber Case
Sound is one of the most commonly overlooked components in product design, even though it’s often the first way people interact with many products. When designers don’t pay enough attention to sound elements, customers are frequently left with annoying and interruptive results. This practical workshop covers several methods that product designers and managers can use to improve everyday interactions through an understanding and application of sound design.
Understand the place of sound in design, and how it can make a difference in your product
Learn key concepts in sound design, with patterns and principles you can use to improve user experience
Learn how to integrate sound design into a project
Use exercises to help evaluate sound design
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