YFED: Value-Led Experience Design
This introductory online workshop will introduce participants to the practice of value-led heritage experience design. Using participant’s own examples of existing or previous visitor experience – digital, analogue or mixed – value-led design cards will be used to promote critical reflection of the underlying, often unconscious, design decisions made. Participants will be invited to then share their insights from these activities in pairs or as a group, and have a set of value-led design cards to take away with them.
Francesca is a PhD candidate at the University of York Archaeology Department. Her research interests focus on the design and evaluation of digitally-mediated experiences geared at archaeological sites, as well as the development of practical guidelines for the integration of User Experience Design and participatory design practices in archaeology.
Claire is a PhD Candidate at the University of York Digital Creativity Labs. She is currently researching digital heritage content co-creation, re-use and storytelling within the context of digital placemaking and social cohesion in inner urban neighbourhoods. Before entering the Heritage sector, Claire originally studied informational science and systems, and has significant experience in user experience design both in the UK and overseas.