An exploration in kitchen blender interactions aimed at designing for high levels of engagement

V. van Rheden, B.J. Hengeveld

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Abstract

This paper illustrates three novel kitchen blender interactions aimed at bringing about a higher level of engagement with interactive products, as a response to current, seemingly un-engaging interactions. We describe our starting points and approach after which we present the designed blender interactions. Following that, we illustrate the set-up of our first evaluation and present preliminary findings. We wrap up by outlining future work. The experiment was performed comparing the novel interactions with the original blender interaction using Rozendaal’s Richness, control and Engagement (RC&E) Framework. The outcomes suggest that the designed interactions are indeed more engaging than the original blender interaction.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDesign and semantics of form and movement
Subtitle of host publicationDeSForM 2015: Aesthetics of interaction: Dynamic, Multisensory, Wise
PublisherSDU Uitgevers
Pages351-355
ISBN (Print)978-8-8649-3031-2
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventDesign and Semantics of Form and Movement - Milan, Italy
Duration: 13 Oct 201517 Oct 2015

Conference

ConferenceDesign and Semantics of Form and Movement
CountryItaly
CityMilan
Period13/10/1517/10/15

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