Few weeks ago I did the following request: 'I was wondering if someone is working with the emotional/affective interaction of men specifically with artefacts/products. Any reference on empirical (or theoretical) research/method regarding this subject is warmly welcome. I will summarise the replies and e-mail back to the list.'
I thank you those who have replied. Below I summarise the hints.
Ian Coxon suggested as a starting point to visit the Engage website http://www.engage-design.org/
Where it was published the paper 'Designing for emotion: Report of the state of the art' covering
the current tools and thinking in designing for emotion.
Ian also mentioned his PhD research 'currently titled 'Designing (researching) lived
experience' which has explored ways to understand lived experience for design
purposes and includes affective aspects of the experience'.
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