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Design, emotion and well-being, Pieter Desmet

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Presentatie van Pieter Desmet op het symposium Materiaal en Identiteit in de architectuur van morgen.
het symposium werd georganiseerd door KIVI afdeling Bouw in samenwerking met de afdeling Industrieel Ontwerpen en Stichting MaterialDesign.
De bijeenkomst vond plaats op 29 oktober 2015 in het KIVI gebouw aan de Princessegracht 23 te Den Haag

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Design, emotion and well-being, Pieter Desmet

  1. 1. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 1 Pieter Desmet October 29, 2015 Design, emotion and well-being Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering Delft Institute of Positive Design
  2. 2. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 2 Context of emotion Emotion is motion Gateways to value Emotion is what relevance is about Emotions never lie Principles of Emotion
  3. 3. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 3 Shades of Joy Satisfaction Joy Fascination
  4. 4. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 4 sympathy kindness respect love admirationdreamy lust desirecourageenergized euphoria amusement hope anticipation surprise worship joy pride confidence inspirationenchanted fascination relief relaxation satisfaction Design for Pride – Ilona Owusu
  5. 5. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 5 Inge van der Lee, Amanda Lee Jakobsen, Suwen Shen, Maik de Rooij Noortje Habets, Lorenzo Romagnoli, Manon Kühne, and Mitra Malkamy Jay Yoon – Design for Fascination
  6. 6. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 6 Emotion Granularity Cards by Jay Yoon Joy Love
  7. 7. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 7 Delights of Distress
  8. 8. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 8 Frustration Fear Sadness
  9. 9. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 9 The thrill of fear The indulgence of guilt The challenge of frustration The significance of sadness The dignity of suffering The pleasure of malice The fascination of disgust The controversy of outrage Rich Experiences Run for your life! – Steven Fokkinga
  10. 10. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 10 Run for your life! – Steven Fokkinga Mr. Piggy – by Sara Ferarri
  11. 11. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 11 Negative Emotion Typology - by Steven Fokkinga
  12. 12. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 12 Desires &Dilemmas
  13. 13. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 13 Framework of personal dilemmas – by Deger Ozkaramanli
  14. 14. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 14 Lotte Jacobse – COOKID – cooking with toddlers cooking with toddlers
  15. 15. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 15 Mood Regulation Pink prison experiment Schauss, 1979
  16. 16. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 16 Emotion versus mood Emotion Mood Feeling: • Short duration (seconds or minutes) • Rapid onset and episodic • High intensity Feeling: • Long duration (hours or days) • Gradual onset and continuous • Low intensity Focus: • Specific and targeted • External (outward focus) • Response to a single cause Focus: • Global and diffuse • Internal (inward focus) • Response to cumulative causes Impact: • Interrupts thought an behaviour • Stimulates specific adaptive response • Overt and distinct expressions • Strong physiological impact Impact: • Influences thought and behaviour • Has a global influence on all responses • No overt expression • Little physiological impact
  17. 17. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 17 (1) seek relief (2) restore balance (3) build resilience Mood Regulation Mood Regulation
  18. 18. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 18 Mood Regulation Beyond Emotion
  19. 19. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 19 Lyubomirsky, S., Sheldon, K.M., & Schkade, D. (2005) sources of happiness Ruitenberg, H.P., & Desmet, P.M.A. (2012).
  20. 20. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 20 Lyubomirsky (2007) Twelve intentional activities to increase happiness 1. Expressing gratitude 2. Cultivating optimism 3. Avoiding over-thinking & social comparison 4. Practicing acts of kindness 5. Nurturing social relationships 6. Developing strategies for coping 7. Learning to forgive 8. Increasing flow experiences 9. Savoring life’s joys 10. Committing to your goals 11. Practicing religion and spirituality 12. Taking care of your body
  21. 21. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 21
  22. 22. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 22 Positive Design
  23. 23. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 23 Desmet & Pohlmeyer, 2013 Gratitude ritual – by Iris Ploum
  24. 24. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 24 Thank-You Tree by Stina Vanhoof & Gyán Santokhi. initiates and stimulates the development of knowledge to design for human flourishing.
  25. 25. Pieter Desmet, TU Delft, October 29, 2015 - KIVI 25

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