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(E)motional design

Presented at "Out of Control, the 8th International Design & Emotion Conference," London, 11th-14th September 2012. Jon Olav
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Jon Olav Eikenes

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Transcript of (E)motional design

(E)motional Design
Double Mediation in Kinetic Interfaces
'Double mediation'
Research
by
design
Textual
analysis
Design
experiment
Instrumental
mediation
Semiotic
mediation
Semiotic mediation
Instrumental mediation
Jon Olav H. Eikenes
Halogen, Oslo

@jonolave
www.navimation.net
www.halogen.no
'Kinetic interfaces'
Skjulstad (2004)
Katachi magazine app for iPad
Sociocultural perspective
Morrison (2011)

Wertsch (1991)
Wartofsky (1979)
Vygotsky (1978)
Activity theory
(Vygotsky 1978, Leont'ev 1977)

'Tool' = an auxiliary means for the solution of any task

'Interface action'
(Eikenes 2010a)
Social semiotics
(Kress and van Leeuwen 2001)

'Sign' = something that stands for something else

'Semiotic resource' = meaning potential
Eikenes (2010a, 2010b)
How can we understand engagement in kinetic interfaces?
Q
Barthes (1970)
References
Bødker & Andersen (2005)
'Complex mediation'
van Leeuwen (2005)
'Experiential metaphors'
Eikenes (2010b)
Intertextuality
Bannon & Bødker (1991)


Manovich (2001)
Interface as tool


Interface as sign/medium
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