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How to Design ASMR-Inspired Experiences

The popular sensory experience could help trigger users’ delight

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AAutonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) refers to a tingling, or at least pleasant, sensation some people feel when they hear sounds that are best described as soft scraping, tapping, or rustling. Most commonly, these sounds are something like the gravelly tone of a whispering human…

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Justin Daab

Innovator. Design Thinker. Composer. Tinkerer.

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