Day Two of Best Of.
I think this article is really fascinating because sensor design is an emerging field in UX.
This idea basically has no chance of being popular in my lifetime. Let me start by saying that, because I don’t want anyone to be confused here. That said, this is an absolutely brilliant idea.
Designing interfaces and experiences have a lot to do with designing expected feelings. A website for a lawyer is meant to be serious and professional while a game application is meant to be fun and enjoyable. This idea tries to show how people feel with non-verbal communication. The design is built with sensors that determine how you feel and then respond depending on feelings. This is a really wonderful concept for user experience designers.
How does “X” make you feel and what are the repercussions of that feeling? This is the basis of many user experience studies and research methods. A/B testing, perhaps the most widely used method, is really based on this same…
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