EMOTIONAL DESIGN PDF
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LlBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGING-IN-PUBLICATION DATA. Norman, Donald A. Emotional design: why we love (or hate) everyday things / Donald A. by Donald A. Norman (New York: Basic Books, , pp., $) In his famous book The Design of Everyday Things (), Donald Norman argues for the. Why We Love (or Hate) Everyday Things, Norman asserts that the emotional side of design may. Emotional design: why we love (or hate) everyday things / Donald A. Norman. Article (PDF Available) · January with 1, Reads. Cite this publication.
Whether you're creating a game or a website, a lasting bond with users is more often than not the result of emotional attachment. Knowing the ins and outs of emotional design will enable you to imbue your creation with personality and to shape the user's perception. Find out how to integrate emotional appeal into your website, and how to turn your game into more than a cold, flawless, technical challenge. A personal touch can make all the difference, if you know how to design it. But while hardware, software and the people who use technology have all advanced dramatically over the past two decades, our approach to designing interfaces has not. Advanced technology is not just indistinguishable from magic as Arthur C. Clarke said ; it also empowers us and becomes a transparent part of our lives.