Mini-Project 2: Emotional Design Analysis I 300 HCI/ Interaction and Design Overview: This project is an evaluation of the emotional responses according to Don Norman’s framework. I will define the different responses that will be then used to evaluate an object of importance to me. In this case, I have chosen to examine the watch that I wear everyday. Background: The watch is a rose-gold Fossil watch with a medium sized face and detailing around the face. My watch is what I use to look at when I am unsure of what time it is, and also when I need to know the date. It provides all of this information very readily on the face. Also, the hands glow in the dark so even when I am in a dark room or outside, by looking at the watch, I am able to generally tell what time of day it is. I rarely leave the house without it and usually just take it off before bed and when showering. Emotional …show more content…
One of my favorite colors of metals is rose-gold so when I look at the watch, I immediately think about how much I love that color. I also loved the detailing and the shininess of the watch because that makes it look very appealing and beautiful. I also like that the general look of it matches my wardrobe and other jewelry that I already wear. Behavioural Response: The behavioural response I experience with my watch is content. It provides all of the basic functions that I ask of it. Meaning that it tells me what time of day it is, and it also tells me the date. Sometimes I feel frustration with it because it can be a bit heavy on my wrist, and it is not waterproof. As well as when the battery dies and it can no longer perform its function. When this happens, I get a little upset because I have to take it to a jewelry store to get it replaced which can be an annoying
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The watch, much like the universe, behaves in a set order with "laws" set forth. Just how, for example, the laws of motion have set rules for the foundation for classical mechanics, the watch/universe has order to how things work. Although each watch may be of different shape or size, the insides are very much the same. When Paley discusses the mechanics of the watch, being that he lived in the era of the pocket watch and not today 's digital watches, he describes how every single wheel and pulley equably make their way to gracefully change each hand from one minute to the next. This is Paley 's way of describing every living thing and how the universe makes remarkable adaptations changing from one minute to the next.
Design activism has been a subject of great interest for the past century. It was set forth in the “The First Things First” manifesto written by Ken Garland in 1964. This document reacts against the consumerist culture and challenges designers to use their skills to ameliorate environmental, social and culture life. Since then, design has been addressing political, social and cultural issues. In my essay, I focus on feminist design in particular.
With the main focus being the jewelry pieces in each photo and the pop or red light these sets of images make it seem cool and fashionable to wear jewelry. Or with the diamond piece of the glasses that could possibly be the way to design products or wear jewelry in the
Different people have a different perspective on themselves and have their own perspective towards others. Likewise, I have my own unique object that tells others something about my identity and that object is my earring(s). Along with different reasons, I like to wear my earrings because they look fitting and it is made out of gold. I always thought wearing golden earrings was special because they are expensive especially for a boy who was born in a small country Nepal. Nepal is a very rich country when it comes to natural resources, yet very underdeveloped and financially poor.
This guide is used to show how each color can evoke a different emotion from the audience. Blue gave off the feeling of dependability, strength, and trust worthiness. These are all things that someone would most likely expect out of their deodorant brand. The essay also brought up statistical studies regarding the favorite colors of men and women. This resulted in blue coming in first place of which 35% of those tested chose blue.
Over an extended period of time, the wearable computer begins to function as a true extension of the mind and body, and no longer feels as if it is a separate entity. In fact, the user will adapt to the apparatus in the same way that we adapt to shoes and clothing to such a degree that being without them most of us would feel extremely uncomfortable.
It is commonly used in many design fields like user interface, web design, ceramics, and interior design. Designers find this with conflicting controversy because it can be perceived as simple as a décor while for some it may add comfort for more personal and attractive design (Wijaya, 2015). It began in the 1980s and the one of the earliest proponents was Steve Jobs of Apple (Interaction Design Foundation, 2016). In our technology today, the most recent application of Skeuomorphism is the arrival of smartwatch in the market that mimic the analogue watch experience in which the real world and digital are as one (Interaction Design Foundation, 2016). Web designers tend to contrast skeuomorphism with flat design.
Bell. 2004. “Consumption, Modern Style” Pp. 34-50 in The Material Bell opens the section talking about the importance of being on time in today’s society. He then goes on stating that because being late is viewed as a sin today, many people wear watches. Then breaking down a traveling experience to a third-world, unindustrialized state where he met a local who wore a broken watch.
Design culture has evolved through out periods. Either to fulfill humans’ needs or producing sensational design to be installed in exhibitions, design comes with a purpose. At the moment, design is shifting from individualism to collectivism ideology. Society has taken a part in design practice. Victor Papanek argued in his book Design for the Real World, “All men are designers.
• • The apple watch has popularised the market of smartwatches which is something companies like Samsung could not do. This is due to the clever marketing strategies of apple, and in turn gives them an upper hand in the smartwatch market as they are the centre of attention. • Apple can use its advantages in the smart watches in order to shift towards a new market of bio-technological gadgets. The development of the bio-sensors in the apple watch could provide a gateway for development into another market. Weaknesses
Index Terms — Classification, Naïve Bayes, Opinions, Sentiment analysis. 1. INTRODUCTION Emotion is a subjective, conscious experience characterized mainly by psycho-physiological expressions, biological reactions, and mental states. Emotion is often associated and considered commonly significant with mood, nature, personality, disposition, and motivation. Emotion is a positive or negative experience that is associated with a particular pattern of physiological activity.