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Episode 009 - Embodied Cognition with Andrew Hinton

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Featuring Andrew Hinton

In this episode, Sophia and Andrew discuss the meaning of embodied cognition, the pitfalls of being a physical creature in a digital environment, and why sometimes, creating inconsistency can help you be consistent.

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Andrew Hinton is the Senior Manager of Design Strategy and Research at Honeywell. He is a seasoned public speaker who has graced the stage at the IA Conference, UX Lisbon, UX Week, and the IA Summit. He is also the author of the must-read information architecture book, "Understanding Context." In this episode of the podcast, Sophia and Andrew discuss the meaning of embodied cognition, the pitfalls of being a physical creature in a digital environment, and why sometimes, creating inconsistency can help you be consistent.

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Follow Andrew on Twitter: https://twitter.com/inkblurt

Keep up with Andrew on his website: https://andrewhinton.com/

Buy yourself a copy of "Understanding Context": https://amzn.to/3sAZ3k1


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