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Emotions in Technology Design: From Experience to Ethics [electronic resource] / edited by Rebekah Rousi, Jaana Leikas, Pertti Saariluoma.

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Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2020.
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1 online resource (XII, 189 pages) : 6 illustrations
Edition:
1st ed. 2020.
Series:
Computer Science (SpringerNature-11645)
Human-computer interaction series 1571-5035
Human-Computer Interaction Series, 1571-5035
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Springer Nature eBook
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Subjects:
User interfaces (Computer systems).
Philosophy of mind.
Graphic design.
Local subjects:
User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction. (search)
Philosophy of Mind. (search)
Interaction Design. (search)
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Summary:
Understanding emotions is becoming ever more valuable in design, both in terms of what people prefer as well as in relation to how they behave in relation to it. Approaches to conceptualising emotions in technology design, how emotions can be operationalised and how they can be measured are paramount to ascertaining the core principles of design. Emotions in Technology Design: From Experience to Ethics provides a multi-dimensional approach to studying, designing and comprehending emotions in design. It presents emotions as understood through basic human-technology research, applied design practice, culture and aesthetics, ethical approaches to emotional design, and ethics as a cultural framework for emotions in design experience. Core elements running through the book are: cognitive science - cognitive-affective theories of emotions (id est, Appraisal); culture - the ways in which our minds are trained to recognise, respond to and influence design; and ethics - a deep cultural framework of interpretations of good versus evil. This ethical understanding brings culture and cognition together to form genuine emotional experience. This book is essential reading for designers, technology developers, HCI and cognitive science scholars, educators and students (at both undergraduate and graduate levels) in terms of emotional design methods and tools, systematic measurement of emotion in design experience, cultural theory underpinning how emotions operate in the production and interaction of design, and how ethics influence basic (primal) and higher level emotional reactions. The broader scope equips design practitioners, developers and scholars with that 'something more' in terms of understanding how emotional experience of technology can be positioned in relation to cultural discourse and ethics.
Contents:
Introduction
Part 1: Basic Research
User Psychology of Emotional Interaction
The Appraisal Theory of Emotion in Human-Computer Interaction
Part 2: Design
Research for Designing for Emotions
An Innovative Humour Design Concept for Depression
Part 3: Emotions, Culture and Aesthetics
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Graffiti
Emotional Film Experience
The Role of Cuteness Aesthetics in Interaction
Part 4: Ethics and Emotions
That Crazy World We'll Live in - Emotions and Anticipations of the Unexpected in Future Technology Design
Aesthetic Wellbeing and Ethical Design of Technology
Emotions and Technoethics.
Contributor:
Rousi, Rebekah, editor., Editor,
Leikas, Jaana, editor., Editor,
Saariluoma, Pertti, editor., Editor,
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ISBN:
978-3-030-53483-7
9783030534837
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-3-030-53483-7 doi
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