Designing Pleasurable Products: An Introduction to the New Human Factors

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INDEX

a
advantages, special 63
advertisements 44-5
aesthetic values 81
age 70-1, 72-3
air travel 29, 41, 47
alcohol 80
Alessi 36, 37 (Figure 2.6), 92, 93 (Figure 3.4)
allergens 67
American Simplified Keyboard 77
anthropometric data 22, 60, 61 (Table 3.2)
Apple Macintosh:
icons 97, 116 ;
interfaces 2-3, 4 (Figure 1.1), 42 ;
Powerbook keyboard 26-7 (Figure 2.3);
self-confidence in users 75 ;
sounds 108
architecture 32
Aristotle 46
Armani 36
arousal, psychological 73-4
aspirations 81-2
asymmetry 96
Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) 75-6

b
Backstrom, O. 22
Balans variable seat 21
Bandini-Buti, L. 182, 184, 185
Bang and Olufsen stereo 48, 49 (Figure 2.8)
Banyard, P. 44, 189
Barnard, P. 99
Bauhaus 81
Beagley, N.I. 131, 153
beer cans 108
Bell, A.G. 31
Bellini, M. 25
Bic SoftTouch pen 104
bicycle 41
Blair, T. 90
blind people 63
BMW 21
body:
characteristics, external 64-5 ;
personalisation 65-6
Boeing 707 21-2
Bonapace, L. 182
Bond, E. 117
Bond, J. 116
Bourdieu, P. 35, 36, 69
brassière design 180
Braun 78, 81, 193
Briggs-Myers, I. 207
Brigham, F. 98, 99
Brooke, J. 118, 154
Bryson, B. 30

c
camcorders 180
camera:
case study (product benefits specification) 82-6, 120 (Figure 3.13), 132 (Figure 3.17);
case study (product property specification) 120-4 ;
case study (setting evaluation goals) 131-5 (Table 3.8)
Canon 124
car:
buying 189-90 ;
colour 90 ;
design 52 ;
exhaust 197 ;
gas-guzzler 79, 80 ;
human characteristics 187 ;
interiors 20, 184-5 ;
materials 104 ;
smell 13, 28 ;
sounds 107, 108 ;
status 35, 36 ;
steering-wheel design 180-1 ;
stereo 33, 74, 97, 135 ;
travel 41
CD player 152
characteristics:
ideo-characteristics 78-82 ;
people 62-3 ;
physio-characteristics 63-7 ;
psycho-characteristics 72-8 ;
socio-characteristics 67-72
Charles, Prince 32
chewing-gum packets 190-1
China 90
Christianity 79
Citroën 2CV 94 (Figure 3.5), 95
Clarke, S. 46, 117-18
Clarkson, J. 187
clergy 35
Clinton, B. 90

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vi
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • 1 - Pleasure with Products 1
  • 2 - The Four Pleasures 11
  • 3 - Creating Pleasurable Products 58
  • 4 - Methods 136
  • 5 - Conclusions 205
  • References 207
  • Index 211
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