Neuroaesthetics gives scientific backing to what designers have understood: layout matters. It that our group of hardware designers assembled our Produced by Google products utilizing certain colors, such as textures that are special, and the Not colour option for Pixel 3 telephones, like the fabric base on the Google Home Hub. We always strive to construct products that fit seamlessly in your life, and make you feel”at ease”
Take a peek at some of our spaces in the photos above, and consider what makes yours”A Space for Being.”
When guests see”A Space for Being,” we ask them to place on those specially-made bands that catch how they respond to each room. Before their data is deleted in the group, each user receives a customized printout describing the space where they felt most”at ease.” Photo credit: Maremosso Studio.
These reactions are our bodies’ responses to our surroundings, whether it touch, listen or odor, taste. Designers look at these sensory inputs to evoke feelings in people. A scientific field of research that investigates the effect of encounters on human biology, neuroaesthetics, provides insight into which inputs evoke responses that are specific. It’s why your heartbeat may change when you touch specific fabrics and your energy level may shift based on the colors around you.