Somewhere between perception and emotion, in one of the most fascinating corners of human communication, humor lives happily ever after. When designing UX, humor can be a very powerful, meaningful and uplifting tool.
Humor is created through surprising connections, with precise comic timing. It laughs with us, not at us, and when used correctly – it will turn the experiences we create go from good to unforgettable. So why, how and when do we make it oh so good?
Yael Tock Interaction Designer @ Philips Healthcare Yael is a UX designer with over 10 years of experience. Graduated HIT in Visual Communication Design, holds an MSc. in Industrial Design from the Technion.
Yael started out as a visual designer at Channel 10, tutored Technion Architecture students in Basic Design, and researched human-centered design at the Research Center for Work Safety and Human Engineering. Worked as a UX designer at SuperDerivatives and CodeValve, and is currently an Interaction Designer at the Philips healthcare design group.