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User Experience (UX), Emotional Design, Branding, NLP, User Interface (UI), Music, Psychology, Emotional Affects, Social Media, PET Design
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The Difference Between Information Architecture and UX Design ...

The Difference Between Information Architecture and UX Design ... | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
I don't mean “tugging at heart strings” emotional, but more eliciting an emotional response in respect to what they just accomplished. UX design adds context and story to a user's natural behaviour and, in so doing, gives them ...
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What makes a good logo? | JUST™ Creative

What makes a good logo? | JUST™ Creative | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
What makes a good logo? A good logo is distinctive, appropriate, practical, graphic, simple in form and conveys an intended message. There are five (What makes a good logo?
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Leap Motion to bring Minority Report Motion-Based UI to Smartphones - Mobile Magazine

Leap Motion to bring Minority Report Motion-Based UI to Smartphones - Mobile Magazine | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
Mobile MagazineLeap Motion to bring Minority Report Motion-Based UI to SmartphonesMobile MagazineThe motion-based user interface from Leap Motion is entirely different and while it could be perceived as little more than a novelty at the moment, the...
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Design for a Thriving UX Ecosystem - Mashable

Design for a Thriving UX Ecosystem - Mashable | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
Design for a Thriving UX EcosystemMashableThe ecosystem asks us to see a digital space or product as a web of complex relationships through which people form meaningful experiences. These relationships are critical elements of the user experience.
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5 Mobile Website Usability Rules You Cannot Afford To Break | Usability Geek

5 Mobile Website Usability Rules You Cannot Afford To Break | Usability Geek | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
5 Guidelines to improve the Usability of websites when they are accessed via a mobile device.
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Generation Z: born digital

Generation Z: born digital | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
Well I was born analog, and turned digital. This report from consultancy firm, JWT intelligence covers the technology usage of the Generation Z (born 1995). Reading the report I just realized how s...
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Color Plays Musical Chairs In the Brain | Think Tank | Big Think

Color Plays Musical Chairs In the Brain | Think Tank | Big Think | Emotional Design | Scoop.it

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Mobile UX Research Methods and Tools [Infographic]

Mobile UX Research Methods and Tools [Infographic] | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
Building great mobile experiences today is more important than ever before. Understand your mobile user experience research options and select the right method to answer your business questions.
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3 Things Your 'Social Media Expert' Won't Tell You About Growth ...

3 Things Your 'Social Media Expert' Won't Tell You About Growth ... | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
Every "social media expert" will tell you that your business needs to use Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, etc. etc. etc.But that's not how you grow or get more traffic. For example, diversifying your investments is ...
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AIGA | Webinar: Emotional Design

AIGA | Webinar: Emotional Design | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
In this Adobe|AIGA “Breakthroughs” webinar, Celeste Combs of The Experience Group and Adobe expert Erik Natzke will share best practices of emotional design and how you can apply it to enhance the user experience of your next interactive or...
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Psychologists link emotion to vividness of perception and creation of vivid memories

Psychologists link emotion to vividness of perception and creation of vivid memories | Emotional Design | Scoop.it

Have you ever wondered why you can remember things from long ago as if they happened yesterday, yet sometimes can't recall what you ate for dinner last night?

 

It's all about how much emotional impact the memory carries with it. Memories are clearer when they're emotionally arousing.

 

According to Rebecca Todd, a postdoctoral fellow in U of T's Department of Psychology and lead author of the study published recently in the Journal of Neuroscience, "Whether they're positive -- for example, a first kiss, the birth of a child, winning an award -- or negative, such as traumatic events, breakups, or a painful and humiliating childhood moment that we all carry with us, the effect is the same.""How vividly we perceive something in the first place predicts how vividly we will remember it later on," says Todd. "We call this 'emotionally enhanced vividness' and it is like the flash of a flashbub that illuminates an event as it's captured for memory."


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For Apple Developers: It's very important

iOS Human Interface Guidelines describes the guidelines and principles that help you design a superlative user interface and user experience for your iOS app.

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Non-Human Consciousness Exists Say Experts. Now What? - A more humane relationship with animals

Non-Human Consciousness Exists Say Experts. Now What? - A more humane relationship with animals | Emotional Design | Scoop.it

DOWNLOAD A COPY OF: THE CAMBRIDGE DECLARATION ON CONSCIOUSNESS IN NON-HUMAN ANIMALS

http://fcmconference.org/

 

Earlier this month, some of the leading scientists from around the world congregated at the Hotel Du Vin in Cambridge to discuss the evidence that has amassed over the years. The experts reached a unanimous decision that animals – specifically mammals and birds – are in fact conscious beings.

 

Organized by Philip Low, CEO of NeuroVigil and inventor of the iBrain, the group consisted of 25 of the planet’s top minds on the mind, including honorary guest Stephen Hawking. The scientists discerned the key differences in human and animal brains, mainly found in the frontal cortex, do not play a role in the phenomenon we associate with consciousness.


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Mariana Soffer's comment, July 28, 2012 6:18 AM
uou, this shakes a bit my structures
gregorylent's comment, July 28, 2012 12:44 PM
oh just fucking duh .. crikey, western scientists are sooooo retarded, apart from materiality
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Social media can provide eureka moments for sustainable business - The Guardian (blog)

Social media can provide eureka moments for sustainable business - The Guardian (blog) | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
The Guardian (blog)Social media can provide eureka moments for sustainable businessThe Guardian (blog)While stock pickers fret about the social media "bubble" – witness the concern over the frailty of Groupon's daily deal business model and Facebook's...
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REAL UX: The Series, Part 1: UX (User Experience) in the Real ...

REAL UX: The Series, Part 1: UX (User Experience) in the Real ... | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
User experience or “UX” design is historically one of the most powerful but least-known business tools companies can use to increase revenue in the digital age. Happily, we're seeing a shift in the business world; more and ...
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A New Formula for Quantitative UX Decision Making

A New Formula for Quantitative UX Decision Making | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
A New Formula for Quantitative UX Decision Making.   Imagine a formula that would allow you to take data from a very small pool of users (often as few as 8; possibly as few as 3) and figure ou...
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Clear, Consistent, Capable, NICE» Blog Archive » The typographic grid: still as useful today?

Clear, Consistent, Capable, NICE» Blog Archive » The typographic grid: still as useful today? | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
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The psychology of logo design - Internet and Website Design

The psychology of logo design - Internet and Website Design | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
The role of color in the psychology of logo design is often misunderstood, usually by the clients themselves, but not without reason. Considering the sheer amount of articles on the web stating that red is “this” and yellow is ...

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Wireframe Sketch Sheets | MediaLoot

Wireframe Sketch Sheets | MediaLoot | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
These PDFs are perfect for anybody who does a lot of sketching on random sheets of paper. Included are 10 printable templates for website designs, and iPhone and iPad app mockups.
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How to choose the right UX metrics for your product

How to choose the right UX metrics for your product | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
When designing for the web, you can analyze usage data for your product and compare different interfaces in A/B tests.
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The Design and Emotion Society | <3

Remember you can be our friend on the D&Ds

 

The Design & Emotion society raises issues and facilitates dialogue among practitioners, researchers, and industry, in order to integrate salient themes of emotional experience into the design profession.

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