Emotion Design, Emotional Design, Emotionalize Design: A Review on Their Relationships from a New Perspective

@article{Ho2012EmotionDE,
  title={Emotion Design, Emotional Design, Emotionalize Design: A Review on Their Relationships from a New Perspective},
  author={Amic G. Ho and Kin Wai Michael Siu},
  journal={The Design Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={15},
  pages={32 - 9}
}
ABSTRACT Many design researchers and scholars have focused on different aspects of design and emotion in recent years. Various studies, models and theories have been proposed and adopted in order to explore the relationship between design and emotion and its responses, and to explain how emotion could be applied in design effectively. Researchers have also developed different perspectives to understand what emotional design should be and the role of emotion in design. Some of them have… 

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