The good enough revolution - the role of aesthetics in user experiences with digital artefacts

  title={The good enough revolution - the role of aesthetics in user experiences with digital artefacts},
  author={Ida Engholm},
  journal={Digital Creativity},
Technological development takes place at a rapid pace, and in recent years it has led to a growing output of artefacts and services with digital content, where availability and low price seem to be the main parameters for success. This trend has been labelled the ‘good enough’ revolution and has highlighted contemporary parameters for technological development. The present article presents this trend as a design movement that is characterised by introducing a new functionalism and challenging… CONTINUE READING
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