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The Aesthetics of Touch                    Vicky TeinakiFull time doctoral student, year 1         Northumbria University ...
Previously….
Finalist—Student Product                                                                                                  ...
!"#$%&#"%!(%)*+,)                                                                                                         ...
Tactile Technologies 2008Master of DesignUnitec New Zealand
Interaction Designer 2008-10Design, IA, front-end developmentLocus Research
Writing/editingin the interactiondesign community
Common threads
Common threads
An Aesthetics of Touch
An Aesthetics of TouchThe Qualities of Haptics for Experience DesignThis research will help support designers to critique ...
PhD Timeline — Vicky Teinaki                              01   02   03   04   05   06   07    08   09   10   11   12   13 ...
Why?
”We know more than we can tell“—Polanyi (1947)
”We know more than we can tell“—Polanyi (1947)                  ”Criticism improves our perception“                       ...
User Experience                                                                              Making an explicit haptic lan...
Wine                                  Graphic Design          Experience DesignLanguage of taste/                    Langu...
The “fixed vocabulary issue”
Kansei Engineering = quantifying the sensesProduct language is often prescriptive/top downOthers focus on material selecti...
NostalgiaPersonal/Reminiscence                                  Meaning Making                                  Tactile   ...
The Language of Taste/SmellWine TastingLehrer’s Wine andConversation (1989)suggests that metaphors canjump genres, and tha...
Next Steps
Video interviews of experts/designers — semantic analysisAlso pilot with selected students from Reveal
There are methods of coding/understanding touchadapted from Lederman and Klatsky (1985)
Probes of touch critiqueSuggestions include sentences, visuals, objects.
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  1. 1. The Aesthetics of Touch Vicky TeinakiFull time doctoral student, year 1 Northumbria University School of Design Peer Review 2nd June 2011
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  5. 5. Tactile Technologies 2008Master of DesignUnitec New Zealand
  6. 6. Interaction Designer 2008-10Design, IA, front-end developmentLocus Research
  7. 7. Writing/editingin the interactiondesign community
  8. 8. Common threads
  9. 9. Common threads
  10. 10. An Aesthetics of Touch
  11. 11. An Aesthetics of TouchThe Qualities of Haptics for Experience DesignThis research will help support designers to critique the qualitiesof touch in the service of designing for experience, by compiling avocabulary for haptic aesthetic qualities.OutputsA framework for designers to use to critique touch.
  12. 12. PhD Timeline — Vicky Teinaki 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Stagegates IPA Year 2 Writeup Viva Literature Review Parallel Fields Existing Languages Use of Touch in Design Pilot Studies Revea/expert interviewsDesign Probes/Languages Identify /pilot methodologies Writeup of methodology Collate proposed vocabulary Data collectionWorkshops with designers Situate in design process Valorising proposed frameworks Writeup here there be dragons
  13. 13. Why?
  14. 14. ”We know more than we can tell“—Polanyi (1947)
  15. 15. ”We know more than we can tell“—Polanyi (1947) ”Criticism improves our perception“ —Barzell (2011)
  16. 16. User Experience Making an explicit haptic language available for design communication (rather than tacit + inpenetrable/indefensible) …DESIGN & Product InteractionEMOTION Semantics Aesthetics of Design Play/fun interaction Storytelling Product Immaterial Personality Interface Aesthetics Bertelsen et al (2004) (gesture, Meaning movement) Materiality Somaesthetics HAPTIC Hara et al (2007) Critter Materials Library Regier (2005) (2010) Soft(n) Emotional DimensionsHAPTICS Schiphorst (2007) Museumopathy Chaterjee (2010) HAPTIC (Dagman, 2010) Hara et al (2007) Embodiment Phenomenology McCarty & Wallace Consumer Phenomena (2006) Skill, tacit Psychology Experience knowledge Language for Touch Motamedi (2008) prototyping etc. Aroma Wheel Language for Touch Sensory Noble (1981) Motamedi (2008) languages Flabour Wheels (e.g. coffee, food) Affective Loop Sundstrom (2010) Vocabulary Design MethodsCOMMUNICATION Kansei Diamond model (Qiren) Onion model Engineering Iceberg model (Qiren) … understanding that this will Sensual Evaluation Instrument (2010) Framework (?) not be prescriptive Vicky Teinaki The Vocabulary of Touch | Yr1 PhD University of Northumbria 04 February 2011
  17. 17. Wine Graphic Design Experience DesignLanguage of taste/ Language of vision Language of touch?smellAlso Music (language of sound), perfume (language of smell)
  18. 18. The “fixed vocabulary issue”
  19. 19. Kansei Engineering = quantifying the sensesProduct language is often prescriptive/top downOthers focus on material selection (e.g. Karana et al)
  20. 20. NostalgiaPersonal/Reminiscence Meaning Making Tactile to access truths ascertainable only through touch and to verify what is seen (Clasen) Visual as a means of aesthetic appreciations (Clasen)Impersonal/Educational Museological to experience the rare and the museum-worthy (Clasen) Learning as a scientific method (Clasen) Imaginative/Creative to facilitate an intimate and imaginative experience (Clasen) Chatterjee et.al. (2009) on aspects of museumopathy
  21. 21. The Language of Taste/SmellWine TastingLehrer’s Wine andConversation (1989)suggests that metaphors canjump genres, and that expertwords help amateurs.
  22. 22. Next Steps
  23. 23. Video interviews of experts/designers — semantic analysisAlso pilot with selected students from Reveal
  24. 24. There are methods of coding/understanding touchadapted from Lederman and Klatsky (1985)
  25. 25. Probes of touch critiqueSuggestions include sentences, visuals, objects.
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