Presented by Healthcare Committee
An overview of Design Anthropology and it’s applicability to architectural design will be presented. Architecture creates environments for people. It supports or hinders the health and welfare of the people that interact with it along with the functions of people taking place in it. This session looks at Design Anthropology and an effective approach to help to identify ways to optimize the built environment to support these aspects.
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
5 p.m. | Reception
6 p.m. | Lecture
Free | AIA Members, Affiliates, and Students
$20 | Non-Member Guests
The Center for Architecture and Design
50 West Town Street, Suite 110
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Speaker: Alex Annarino
Alex is an ethnographer at Fuse by Cardinal Health. Working with a cross-functional team of UX designers, innovation strategists and engineers, she drives generative research planning, approach and analysis across a range of product management, design and innovation projects. Alex views research work as a true craft; translating, synthesizing, communicating and presenting research findings for design solutions that meet specific customer needs. Using strong critical thinking and qualitative analysis/synthesis skills, her ability to communicate and translate research findings ensures valuable insights for the end user experience.