Mark Blythe, Marc Hassenzahl, Peter Wright
Information and communication technology has become a pervasive part of our personal and private lives. In recent years the field of human-computer interaction (HCI) has greatly broadened its scope to reflect this shift. Practitioners and researchers are now as likely to be concerned with how enjoyable a new technology is as how usable and useful it might be. New directions in the field encompass not just what technologies can do but how users can creatively adapt them to their needs. Emotional responses to design are being explored as systematically and rigorously as ease of use or ease of learning…
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