Steven Fokkinga
Steven Fokkinga
PostDoc in Emotional Design, Technical University Delft, The Netherlands
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Ten ways to design for disgust, sadness, and other enjoyments: A design approach to enrich product experiences with negative emotions
SF Fokkinga, PMA Desmet
International journal of design 7 (1), 2013
Darker shades of joy: The role of negative emotion in rich product experiences
S Fokkinga, P Desmet
Design issues 28 (4), 42-56, 2012
Beyond Maslow’s pyramid: introducing a typology of thirteen fundamental needs for human-centered design
P Desmet, S Fokkinga
Multimodal technologies and interaction 4 (3), 38, 2020
Narratives in design: a study of the types, applications and functions of narratives in design practice
S Grimaldi, S Fokkinga, I Ocnarescu
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Designing Pleasurable …, 2013
Emotion-driven product design
PMA Desmet, SF Fokkinga, D Ozkaramanli, JK Yoon
Emotion measurement, 645-670, 2021
From Product to Effect Towards a human centered model of product impact
S Fokkinga, P Hekkert, P Desmet, E Özcan
Meaningful mix or tricky conflict? A categorisation of mixed emotions and their usefulness for design
SF Fokkinga, PMA Desmet
Impact-centered design: Introducing an integrated framework of the psychological and behavioral effects of design
S Fokkinga, P Desmet, P Hekkert
International Journal of Design 14 (3), 97, 2020
The same person is never the same: Introducing mood-stimulated thought/action tendencies for user-centered design
PMA Desmet, H Xue, SF Fokkinga
She Ji: The Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation 5 (3), 167-187, 2019
Recreating AlaTurca: Consumer goal conflicts as a creative driver for innovation
D Ozkaramanli, SF Fokkinga, PMA Desmet, E Balkan, E George
Proceedings of qualitative research 2013, Brilliant transformations …, 2013
Mood granularity for design: Introducing a holistic typology of 20 mood states
H Xue, PMA Desmet, SF Fokkinga
International Journal of Design 14 (1), 1-18, 2020
Beyond Maslow’s pyramid: introducing a typology of thirteen fundamental needs for human-centered design. Multimodal Technol. Interact. 4 (3), 38 (2020)
P Desmet, S Fokkinga
Design-|+ Negative emotions for positive experiences
SF Fokkinga
Negative emotion typology
S Fokkinga
Dissertation. Delft University of Technology, 2019
Run for your life! Using emotion theory in designing for concrete product interactions
SF Fokkinga, PMA Desmet
9th International Conference on Design and Emotion, Bogota, Colombia, 2014
Reversal theory from a design perspective
S Fokkinga, P Desmet
Journal of Motivation, Emotion, and Personality 2 (2), 12-26, 2014
The dark side of enjoyment-Using negative emotions to design for rich user experiences
SF Fokkinga, PMA Desmet, J Hoonhout
7th International Design & Emotion Conference 2010, Chicago, USA, 1-12, 2010
Twenty moods: Holistic typology of human mood states
PMA Desmet, SF Fokkinga, H Xue
Delft University of Technology, 2020
Human Experience Catalog: Six typologies of human experiences
P Desmet, S Fokkinga
Delft University of Technology, 2020
Introduction to the design issue
S Fokkinga, P Desmet
Journal of Motivation, Emotion and Personality 2, 1-2, 2014
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