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Now that the world is starting to return to its pre-2020 routines (and establish new ones, as needed), how should design evolve to reflect neuroscience research conducted during the pandemic and pre-COVID-19 studies that continue to be relevant?
Libraries and museums are spaces where it seems more likely that people will think great thoughts or gather the insights that they need for high-powered pondering. Neuroscientists have identified multiple ways that their design can enhance cognitive performance and wellbeing, all while making sure that people enjoy their visits to these sorts of places.
Neuroscientists have developed a rich and nuanced understanding of how design can encourage us to act in ways that our societies value. Applying what investigators have learned makes life just a little bit (or a lot) better for us all.
Circadian lighting helps us feel tip top, keep our stress levels in check, and do whatever mental gymnastics are required of us to our full potential. Neuroscience research is packed with insights into how to “circadian light.”
Consider greenery, trash cans . . .
Communication-related differences revealed
Bettering lives, now and in the future
Improving life via awe
Think beyond graffiti