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Emotional Design: why we love (or hate) everyday things - Chapter 5

Emotional Design: why we love (or hate) everyday things - Chapter 5

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  • 1. People PlacesThings<br />Chapter five<br />
  • 2. overview<br /><ul><li>Animate vs. Inanimate
  • 3. Blaminginanimate objects
  • 4. Trustand design
  • 5. Living in a untrustworthyworld
  • 6. Communication that serve emotion
  • 7. Always connected, alwaysdistracted
  • 8. The roleof design</li></li></ul><li>Animate - Inanimate<br /><ul><li>Automaticinterpretivemechanism
  • 9. We interpret, we emote
  • 10. Animals, dolls, balls, …
  • 11. 5 primarysocial cues</li></ul>Picture: icanhascheezburger.com<br />
  • 12. 5 social cues<br /><ul><li>Physical
  • 13. Psychological
  • 14. Language
  • 15. Social Dynamics
  • 16. SocialRoles</li></li></ul><li>Blaminginanimate objects<br /><ul><li>Why?
  • 17. Whosefault?
  • 18. Expectations
  • 19. Lack of trust
  • 20. [VIDEO]</li></ul>Picture:google.com<br />
  • 21. Trust and design<br /><ul><li>High expectations
  • 22. Advertisements, recommendations, …
  • 23. Warning light (gasoline)
  • 24. Earning trust</li></li></ul><li>Living in a untrustworthyworld<br /><ul><li>Social engineering
  • 25. Terrorists
  • 26. Bystanderapathy (safetydecrease)</li></li></ul><li>Communication that serve emotion<br /><ul><li>Stay in touch
  • 27. Texting
  • 28. Presencedetection
  • 29. Private space</li></li></ul><li>Always connected, alwaysdistracted<br /><ul><li>A call duringa meeting
  • 30. Interruptionof the conversation
  • 31. Limitationsof human attentions
  • 32. Continuouslydividedattention</li></li></ul><li>The role of design<br /><ul><li>Love Hate relations
  • 33. Feel connected
  • 34. No time foryourself
  • 35. 2 solutions:
  • 36. Accept as a part of life
  • 37. Limit interactions</li></li></ul><li>Thankyou!<br />We needtoregain control of ourlives.<br />

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