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Type: Artigo
Title: The neuroeducational principles of the see beyond method applied on the materialization of a fashion collection designed by visually impaired fashion designers
Author: Lima Júnior, Geraldo Coelho
Zuanon, Rachel
Abstract: The SEE BEYOND teaching-learning method is hinged on studies of Neuroscience and Neuroeducation, so as to expand the structures of project-based methodologies conventionally applied in higher education Design courses in Brazil. This method centres on the needs of the user’s body, with a view to ensure their well-being, their quality of life and their health. This article focuses on the main contributions of the SEE BEYOND method to the Materialization aspect of the product. This occurs through the articulation between all project design stages and the ten principles underlying the method, namely: [A] Connection with the brain’s nature; [B] Homeostatic Regulation; [C] Transversalities of the method; [D] Sensory-motor perception; [E] Multidimensional Abstraction; [F] Perceptive-emotional dynamics; [G] Motivational flows; [H] Connection with the individual brain; [I] Connection with the social brain; [J] Critical reflexive positioning. This articulation is demonstrated here through the Materialization of the fashion collection “Parque Contemporâneo” (Contemporary Park), conceived by visually impaired designers. The main results of the aforementioned articulation include: [a] positive impacts relating to the exercise of the designer’s role and actions in the project-oriented process; [b] greater correspondence between the product and the user’s needs; [c] enhancement of the product’s functional and aesthetic potential; [d] enhancement of the use experience provided by the product
Subject: Neurologia
Avaliação de riscos
Country: Alemanha
Editor: Springer
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-22216-1_18
Date Issue: 2019
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