Embodying Interaction

Aaron Levisohn, PhD., is a designer and researcher with a passion for imagining new ways for users to interact with and through technology. He is an expert in embodied cognition and its application to movement-based interaction with technology. He has taught courses focused on the design of embodied interfaces, wearable technology, and tangibles. His professional experience includes developing consumer electronics at Kodak and Samsung, and he currently heads UX Research for the University of British Columbia’s $100 million SASI project.