By Abdelsalam (Sumi) Helal, Jeffrey King, Raja Bose (auth.), Achilles D. Kameas, Victor Callagan, Hani Hagras, Michael Weber, Wolfgang Minker (eds.)
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Similarly, what happens when you design without humans in mind? What happens when products are designed without an understanding of the people who are going to use them? When we design digital home products are we designing them for electric families instead of real people? Does anyone really want a digital home or do they just want their existing homes to be just a little bit better? In this chapter I explore consumer experience architecture as a practice and a methodology for developing products and services so that they fit intuitively into the lives of consumers.
This conceptualization does not see them or treat them like a human; much like this chapter’s title it treats the user more like a digital family than a flesh and blood user. The result of these digital fantasies can be quite shocking and are rendered most visible when the person who is looking to buy or use the product does not know how to use it. On some occasions, the consumer may never understand the value of the product and simply ignore it. Our second guiding principle concerns social and cultural practices: we are interested in people’s everyday lives.
4. Houses are Hairy: The Need for Experience Design “Experience Design has become newly recognized and named. However, it is really a combination of many previous disciplines; but never before have these disciplines been so interrelated, nor have the possibilities for integrating them into whole solutions been so great” (Shedroff, 2001). Do Digital Homes Dream of Electric Families? 31 A few years ago I was building a personal computer with a friend of mine. He is a software engineer for a near-by science museum.
Advanced intelligent environments by Abdelsalam (Sumi) Helal, Jeffrey King, Raja Bose (auth.), Achilles D. Kameas, Victor Callagan, Hani Hagras, Michael Weber, Wolfgang Minker (eds.)