Emotional Design for Mobile

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Presentation on emotional design for mobile devices, given at NCDevCon in Raleigh, NC on September 30th, 2012

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  • History:Anicnet cultures (Egyptians / Chinese) practiced ChromotherapyFather-in-law deep purple plates to heal…but in history indigo was used to alleviate shin problemsWhat a lot of this came down to was the human brain believing that this workedLight therapy to correct seasonal affective disorder (SAD) – grew up in Canada and saw this a lot
  • Animals without the intellectual capacity to frig up a study with their issues, respond to different colorsCultural differences can actually make a difference
  • red
  • Pink – Paris hilton ruined it for purity
  • How many people are ticked off that adjust hue only has 2 boxes instead of 3You can also play with the fade in / fade out to modify the lightness and highlighting
  • Emotional Design for Mobile

    1. Emotional Design in Mobile Developing for Individuals Jonathan LeBlanc Developer Evangelist (eBay) Twitter: @jcleblanc Github: github.com/jcleblanc
    2. What is Emotional Design? Manipulation of the emotional state of a known user to invoke a positive response
    3. What is Emotional Design? Manipulation of the emotional state of a known user to invoke a positive response
    4. Components of Emotional Design Building the base level emotional response using color theory Personality and baseline mining Emotional response actions and the design engine
    5. Components of Emotional Design Building the base level emotional response using color theory Personality and baseline mining Emotional response actions and the design engine
    6. Color Theory and the Base Level Primary color Filler Color Accent colors Principal Neutral glue Secondary emotional Emotion response  
    7. …Some Color Theory may be BS
    8. Much is Based in Science Birds with brightly colored leg bands higher on the mating ranks.   Red clothing in competition sports lead to higher win rate.  
    9. Culture Makes a Difference Australian Aboriginals: Land, earth Celtic: Death, afterlife China: Good luck, celebration Cherokees: Success, triumph Hebrew: Sacrifice, sin India: Purity South Africa: Color of mourning Eastern: Happiness and prosperity Western: Excitement, danger, love, passion
    10. Choosing the Correct Hue Products with a feel-good message Happiness, energy, encouragement   Health care (but not food!) Relatable, calm, friendly, peace, security   Startups / innovative products Creativity, imagination   Auction sites (but not sales sites!) Passion, stimulation, excitement, power  
    11. Red and the eBay Commerce Study
    12. Saturation Makes a Difference! Dark: Rage, anger, leadership, courage Light: Romance, feminine, innocence   Dark: Moodiness, unease, frustration, power Light: Nostalgia, romance, softness   Dark: Power, elegance, mystery   Light: Clarity, openness, perfection  
    13. Components of Emotional Design Building the base level emotional response using color theory Personality and baseline mining Emotional response actions and the design engine
    14. Understanding a Person in Context Personality profile What a person knows What a person knows they don’t know What a person doesn’t know they don’t know What we need to mine What they’re interacting with How long they’re interacting with it for
    15. Understanding the Path What is the path the user takes to  
    16. What the User Cares About Measuring time on page to give insight into user topic interest  
    17. Mining Page Data for Traits Step  1:  Obtain   Interac0on   Content  
    18. Mining Page Data for Traits Step  2:  Mine   keywords  or  meta   data  
    19. Mining Page Data for Traits Step  3:  Weight   derived  results  
    20. Determining Commonality Overlap Person  A   Person  B  
    21. Components of Emotional Design Building the base level emotional response using color theory Personality and baseline mining Emotional response actions and the design engine
    22. The CSS Service Engine lesscss.org   sass-lang.com   learnboost.github.com/stylus  
    23. Implementing Color Functions Lighten / Darken Saturate / Desaturate Mix Colors Adjust Hue
    24. Managing Irrelevant Content Remove / hide content based on user profile and state
    25. Acting on Disinterest / Boredom Traits of the Bored Distraction Repetition Tiredness Reasons for Boredom Lack of interest Readiness
    26. Highlighting on Agitated Behavior Highlight relevant content to reduce agitated behavior
    27. The Takeaways Choose your color palette to match your industry & users Know your users Act upon this knowledge
    28. LinksPsychology and history of color and emotion•  http://psychology.about.com/od/sensationandperception/a/ colorpsych.htm•  http://designshack.net/articles/graphics/the-science-behind- design-color-theory/Colors and emotional response meanings•  http://www.color-wheel-pro.com/color-meaning.html•  http://tympanus.net/codrops/2012/04/03/color-and-emotion- what-does-each-hue-mean/Art and Color History•  http://www.color-wheel-pro.com/color-meaning.html
    29. Thank You! Any Questions? http://bit.ly/ncdevcon_emotional_design Jonathan LeBlanc Developer Evangelist (eBay) Twitter: @jcleblanc Github: github.com/jcleblanc
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