Deconstructing Emotions into Design Factors
Part of the Design Science and Innovation book series (DSI)
This chapter deconstructs the mix of emotions to design attributes. It briefly describes the various factors which affect and generate the emotions in engineering objects, their relationship with emotions and the aspects governing them.
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