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This paper addresses culturally rooted factors within user interface design. The design implications of globalisation are discussed, together with the related processes of internationalisation, localisation, 'glocalisation', iconisation and culturalisation, in order to establish a basis for a new approach to HCI design. The potential for a more diverse(More)
The paper is an exploration of the concepts of pleasure and dissatisfaction over time, with regard to the design of products. The case is made for a greater understanding of their interrelationships on the part of designers and producers and for analysts and theorists to develop more informed and affective research models and design methods. Shortcomings in(More)
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