I’ve been really interested in maximizing learning over the past year and a half. I’ve studied and tested learning principles by Tim Ferris and Josh Waitzkin. Now, I’m on a quest to develop a learning framework that helps me learn any skill in the shortest amount of time.
What is emotional design? And what does good emotional design look like?
In “Designing for Emotion”, Aaron Walter uses a breadth of case studies that span branding, interface design and interaction design to answer these questions. The book has been very influential for my own work and was an inspiration for my article on Rewarding Interactions that was published on UX Mag. Continue reading “Book Review: Designing for Emotion”