Ga naar inhoud. | Ga naar navigatie

DISCLAIMER: DdUX.org werkt optimaal met 'standards compliant' browsers (zoals Firefox, Camino, Opera en Safari). Er wordt hard gewerkt om de site ook in recente versies van Internet Explorer bruikbaar te maken.

DdUX: Design for digital User eXperience

Onderdelen
Persoonlijke hulpmiddelen
U bent hier: Home Boeken Designing Pleasurable Products

Designing Pleasurable Products

In dit boek beschrijft de auteur vier vormen van plezier die mensen kunnen ervaren als ze een product of dienst gebruiken: fysiek (zintuigen), psychologisch (emoties), sociologisch (relaties) en ideologisch (waaarden). Dit raamwerk is voor ontwerpers een goed refentiekader voor hun strategie en proces gericht op user experience.

Patrick W. Jordan

Routledge

2000

9780415298872

Boek

Contemporary Trends Institute

"Human factors considerations are increasingly being incorporated into the product design process. Users are seen more as being important factors in the overall look and usability of products than just as passive users. We are now treated as cognitive and physical components of the person/product system. The author, who is one of the leading lights in the field of cognitive ergonomics, looks at approaches that assume that if a task can be accomplished with a reasonable degree of efficiency and within acceptable levels of comfort, then the product can be seen as fitting to the user. In this book it is argued that in practice these approaches can be dehumanising. People are more than merely physical and cognitive processors. They have hopes, fears, dreams, values and aspirations, indeed these are the very things that make us human. Designing Pleasurable Products looks both at and beyond usability, considering how products can appeal to use holistically, leading to products that are a joy to own."

Interview met auteur (Marco van Hout 2006)


Powered by Plone CMS, het Open Source Content Management Systeem

Deze site voldoet aan de volgende standaarden: