Special Issue Editorial: Design for Subjective Well-Being

By A. Desmet, Pieter M.; Pohlmeyer, Anna E. et al. | International Journal of Design, December 2013 | Go to article overview

Special Issue Editorial: Design for Subjective Well-Being


A. Desmet, Pieter M., Pohlmeyer, Anna E., Forlizzi, Jodi, International Journal of Design


Acknowledgements

We would like to thank all of the authors for their tremendous efforts in creating the body of research that is represented in this issue of International Journal of Design and for carefully modifying their articles based on reviewer feedback. We also express gratitude to our reviewers of this issue for their time and patience in providing constructive feedback: Dr. Aisling Kelleher, Dr. Bruce Hanington, Dr. Çi?dem Erbu?, Dr. Clarine van Oel, Dr. Debra Satterfield, Dr. Elisa Giaccardi, Dr. Elizabeth Sanders, Dr. Erik Stolterman, Dr. Evangelos Karapanos, Dr. Giulio Jacucci, Dr. Ilpo Koskinen, Dr. Irene Kamp, Dr. John Zimmerman, Dr. Jonas Löwgren, Dr. Ka Nin Chow, Dr. Kristina Höök, Dr. Lily Diaz-Kommonen, Dr. Lucien Leahu, Dr. Marco Roozendaal, Mathieu Gielen, Dr. Nathan Crilly, Dr. Neelke Doorn, Dr. Nicola Morelli, Dr. Paul Hekkert, Dr. Peter Scupelli, Dr. Ravindra Chitturi, Dr. Ryan Baker, Dr. Samantha Porter, Dr. Sari Kujala, Dr. Steven Dow, Dr. Vesna Popovic, Dr.Vikram Parmar, and Dr.Young Kyung Lim. In addition, we wish to thank the copy editors for their assistance in producing this special issue: Dr. Carolyn Barnes, Sarah Brooks, Hsiao-Yun Chu, Robert Taylor, Harold Thompson, and Jianne Whelton. …

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