Emotions-Based Interactions: design challeges for increasing well-being

De Luca, Vanessa (2016) Emotions-Based Interactions: design challeges for increasing well-being. In: Proceedings of Design and Emotions conference 10th International Conference on Design & Emotion, 27.09.2016-30.09.2016, Amsterdam, Holland.

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Design is a way of creating meaningful interactions. Cultivating a self-development approach through creative thinking, optimism and a positive attitude is part of that process. This emotional experience is an iterative activity in which body-mind and social life are connected. In this context interactive emotional-based interfaces can move people to be part of the design process, more effective in their daily life and involved into a positive revolution. This poster wants to frame the theoretical key concepts and starts a collection of practical insights useful to guide interaction design to increase experiences in ways to flourish.

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