By: Morgane Tanguy, UX Designer at This is Milk
Opening presents on Christmas morning, my grandma’s buttery cooking, this wine from 1997 I once tasted, the smell of pain au chocolat on Sunday mornings, the cold wind from the sea on my cheeks... Those are sensory and joyful moments I lived, naturally captured in my memory, without any effort.
As humans we all have memories. Those memories are created by conscious and subconscious experiences that trigger emotions. These emotions (positives or negatives) triggered during this experience increase the chance of memorising the experience, which explains why I remember those memories a few years later.
This week, User Researcher and Designer, Bobby King talks to Tremis Skeete about sketch noting. Tremis asks him:
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