The International Design & Emotion Society, together with Delft University of Technology, University of Twente, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Design Academy Eindhoven, and Waag Society are pleased to invite researchers, design practitioners, and the general public interested in the cross-disciplinary field of design and emotion to participate in and attend the 10th International Conference on Design & Emotion in Amsterdam, September 27-30 of 2016.
This invitation goes out to the broad field of design researchers and practitioners and extends to communities beyond design studies, such as social science, humanities, engineering, computer science, HCI, psychology, cognitive science, health sciences, marketing and business.
We are getting more excited by the minute. Our 10th International Conference on Design & Emotion is about to start in less than a month! We are pretty sure you will be there, but if you have not secured your ticket yet, here are 5 questions and answers by our chairman and conference chair Paul Hekkert and co-chair Geke Ludden to illustrate you should not miss this edition!
After 9 successful conferences on 4 continents, our field of research has become both accepted and widely spread, and we can confidently say that we have succeeded in our aim to facilitate dialogue in the field of design.
At the 10th conference, we will again bring together design practitioners, researchers and industry, and as always invite the D&E community to present their latest work and welcome cutting-edge keynote speakers.
At the same time we will invite thought leaders to host theme oriented sessions, exploring and discussing future directions, with which we aim to define a new framework for the mission statement for the next 15 years.
It is our great pleasure to invite you to join the conference next year, and to participate in the discussion. Looking forward to seeing you in Amsterdam!
Chairman of the D&E board
the Design & Emotion society raises issues and facilitates dialogue among practitioners, researchers, and industry, in order to integrate salient themes of emotional experience into the design profession.
The Design & Emotion society is established in 1999 as an international network of researchers, designers and companies sharing an interest in experience driven design. The network is used to exchange insights, research, tools and methods that support the involvement of emotional experience in product design. The daily board is based in The Netherlands.
Although the initiative originated from the discipline of product design and design research, through the years practitioners from other design disciplines such as interaction design and branding design, contributed and benefited from the network and activities.
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