SW Ontario IES-User Experience Design Principles for Lighting Design
June 12, 2018
Whistle Bear Golf Club, R.R. #33 - 1316 Dickie Settlement Road , Cambridge, Ontario N3H 4R8
Lighting Design has evolved from tired clichés such as “function vs form” or “science vs art” applications. “Device-centric” design approaches are making way for integrated systems design which extend beyond a technical expression of “function” as Lux levels and “form” as decorative fixtures, to enhance user experience.
LED technology, new controls protocols and the promise of IOT is driving this evolution. White tuning, warm dim, colour projection and high-trim tuning are but a few promising new tools for the Lighting Designer using UX design principles as a cohesive, integrated set of experiences. The Lighting Designer is now expected to develop design narratives which address usability of systems, as well as interactive and immersive technologies and methods.
Presenter: Luis Rocha:
Luis advocates a comprehensive system approach to lighting design. He is passionate about User Experience lighting design and implementation of interactive and immersive technologies.
For over three decades, Luis has been involved in architectural lighting system design. He is responsible for project illumination scheme development, photometric analysis, lighting and controls design and commissioning, for Educational, Commercial and Residential, Hospitality and Theme Parks.
Luis has a degree in Electronics Engineering majoring in Architectural Lighting.
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