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Mo.De. - Motivational Design: the four core elements

by Designing Experiences at Automattic on May 28, 2009

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This presentation explains the first part of our methodology for social design. Here we are explaining the four core elements of our theory: Functional Needs, Social Usability, Relational Motivations, ...

This presentation explains the first part of our methodology for social design. Here we are explaining the four core elements of our theory: Functional Needs, Social Usability, Relational Motivations, Circadian Activity Flow.

Authors: G. Giacoma, D. Casali

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