The emotion in the design process

The contemporary lifestyle has brought many technological devices for our day-to-day, but it is not difficult to list products we love and others hate. This occurs why we are not pragmatic, products that we interact in our day-to-day not only serve to provide for our physical and/or physiological needs, but also our emotional needs. Emotions are important to human beings and affect decisively the way we feel, behave, think and interact. Develop products that emotionally affect positively the users is one of the challenges of the interaction designer.
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Weekly presentation 08-14-2013

Should we adapt interfaces based on user’s emotion? How to recognize these emotions? These are the main topics on Affective Computing, Emotions and Adaptive Interfaces that will be discussed in this week with participation of all LIA researchers. MSc student Rener Baffa da Silva will conduct the discussion.