Over at the Design for Emotion book blog, Edie Adams has published a short piece on two elements of emotional design.
Edie introduces two elements in Japanese aesthetics that describe building moods and touching the emotions. These two elements relate to our ongoing discussion of emotional design, so be sure to check out Edie’s post.
On a related topic, we’ve received some great examples for the book so far, but we love getting your contributions, so please keep submitting them!
All it takes is a paragraph or two describing an example of emotional design for a chance to be in the book, get a free copy and win a Kindle.
For more on the book: “Design for Emotion” see:
We’re Writing a Book on Emotional Design