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Results from a self-induced airplane mode experiment
You got a notification!
Made you look.
It’s getting trickier not to look at our phones the minute a notification pops up. Whether it’s in the car, at work or in the gym, the only thing missing in order to turn our phones into another appendage is flesh-like body glue.
Have you ever taken a photo of a photo?
Or flopped onto the bed to check Face-ter-gram quickly before getting some shut-eye, and then realizing 3 hours later you’re still scrolling?
My name is Priscilla and I'm currently a freelance Experience Designer at Isobar digital agency based in Vancouver, Canada. My background is in social media marketing, positive psychology, and HCI research and design thinking. I love to travel and meet new people, especially when life stories are spontaneously shared. Life is better when we're laughing.
I recently presented a paper at the 2017 ACM Limits workshop on Furthering Sustainable Interaction Design with my thesis supervisor, Dr. Eli Blevis, who I met while finishing the Master of Interaction Design program from the Hong Kong PolyU School of Design. I have a Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing and Psychology from the University of British Columbia.
Education, healthcare and service design are my research interests. You can usually find me running, dragon boat racing and observing people in coffee shops when I'm not helping out with youth leadership programs.