Reference : Enhancing the Design Process by Embedding HCI Research into Experience Triggers
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Enhancing the Design Process by Embedding HCI Research into Experience Triggers
Lallemand, Carine mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) > Education, Culture, Cognition and Society (ECCS) >]
Bongard-Blanchy, Kerstin mailto []
Ocnarescu, Ioana mailto [Strate College]
15-10-2014 to 17-10-2014
[en] user experience ; design ; experience triggers ; materiality ; science-based design ; artefacts ; ideation ; co-creation ; brainstorming
[en] Over the last decade, User Experience (UX) has become a core concept in the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Beyond the fact of understanding and assessing the User Experience derived from the use of interactive systems, practitioners and researchers from a wide range of disciplines are now facing the challenges of designing for User Experience.
Some authors have pinpointed the existence of a gap between the theoretical knowledge developed in HCI Research and the practical knowledge actually used by designers to create rich experiences with interactive artefacts. A special focus of this paper is to translate theoretical work into experiential objects (or situations) called “Experience Triggers” [1]. Through their materiality, these artefacts bring emotions and sensations to the design process and designers can immerge into and understand the theories on experience. As a consequence of this immersion, the final product designed by the team is assumed to be more experiential. Experience Triggers are introduced here as a new tool for science-based UX design.
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