ANFA’s hands-on Bootcamp Sept. 22-24, 2022 in La Jolla, California

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ANFA is offering an intensive, 3-day, hands-on Bootcamp -- Design, Space, Motion -- that is specifically tailored for Architecture and Design practitioners and researchers who wish to utilize knowledge from the fields of Neuro- and Cognitive Science to inform and enrich their design practice.

The focus of the Bootcamp is how to improve human-centered design by incorporating information about how the brain processes: (1) dimensionality and proportion, (2) motion and navigation, and (3) embodied/enactive/embedded experiences.

It will take place on the UC San Diego campus. You can download our flyer with information on accommodations and general topics.

Participation will be limited to 60 individuals. We will be reviewing Applications to Attend and approving them on a rolling basis, after which we will send a link for registration. There is an Early-bird discount for registration before July 24, and after July 24, the full fee increases by $100. There are reduced hotel rates available to participants on a first-come, first-served basis.

In the coming months we will hold several online workshops, some free to ANFA Members. In 2023, we plan to hold our regular biennial conference to celebrate ANFA's 20th anniversary! 🎉

More details, including registration fees, please visit the EVENTS menu.

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