Designing for Emotions
Designing a product, work etc. by thinking about the emotions we want to elicit in the users.
communal collection · updated 3 days ago
by Nicole Chua(1st) and
“The problem with the designs of most engineers is that they are too logical. We have to accept human behavior the way it is, not the way we would wish it to be.”
― Donald A. Norman, The Design of Everyday Things
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sari connected a month ago
To collect examples of emotional ergonomics, both good and bad, as we experience new feelings in the navigation of cyberphysical spaces.
open collection · updated 11 hours ago
Shuya Gong and connected a month ago
"Delight is the joy that results when something is unexpectedly good, in a way that it doesn’t have to be. If products were designed with delight as an end in itself, you’d probably start to see a lot of things in a product that didn’t lead directly to revenue or engagement. And you’d feel a sense of connection with the product’s creator – a sense... See more
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