Traditional ergonomic approaches to design have concentrated on the user's physical and cognitive abilities. Currently there is major investment in design research in the relationship between the user and the product. New approaches take into additional consideration the user's emotional relationship with their belongings. Design and Emotion is a collection of papers given at the 3rd Design and Emotion Conference 2002. These contributions outline the latest developments, findings and techniques in industrial applications and in research, bringing the reader up-to-date with the current thinking in this field. It will prove essential reading for all human factors specialists involved in design.
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