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  • 2DES Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
    Participants in tests or experiments have to continuously rate the emotion expressed by a stimulus using this computer program. 2DES lets the participants report the emotion perceived by moving the mouse in a space defined by the two bipolar dimensions valence and arousal. Both dimensions are labelled by little
    pictograms representing a human face (smiling of frowning for valence, with eyes
    and mouth wide open or closed for...
  • PrEmo Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
    PrEmo is a non-verbal self-report instrument that measures 14 emotions that are often elicited by product design. The unique strength of PrEmo is that it combines two qualities: it measures distinct emotions and it can be used cross-culturally because it does not ask respondents to verbalize their emotions. In addition, it can be used to measure mixed emotions. PrEmo data can be useful for evaluating the emotional impact of existing designs...
  • Self-assessment manikin Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
    After being exposed to a stimulus, the participants have to rate their current state using three scales, corresponding to the three main dimensions of affect (valence,
    arousal and dominance). Each scale consists of five figures. For example, the valence scales goes from a smiling character to a frowning character. Participants
    can select one of these figures or place a cross between two characters, which results in a 9-point...
  • Differential Emotions Scale Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
    The DES instructions ask the respondents to consider the experience they described and to rate how often s/he experienced each emotion item during the experience. The DES is formulated around a thirty-item adjective checklist, with three adjectives of each of the ten emotions that are considered to be fundamental by Izard (1992): joy,surprise, anger, disgust, contempt, shame, guilt, fear, interest, and sadness. Each item is administered on a...
  • Geneva Emotion Wheel Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
    The Geneva Emotion Wheel (GEW) is a theoretically derived and empirically tested
    instrument to measure emotional reactions to objects, events, and situations. The
    respondent is asked to indicate the emotion he/she experienced by choosing intensities for a single emotion or a blend of several emotions out of 20 distinct emotion families. The emotion families are arranged in a wheel shape with the axes being defined by two major...
  • Emo Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
    Test participants are filmed while interacting with a product. Immediately afterwards they watch this video and can report about their feelings during the interaction. Ratings can be collected at predefined points in time (fixed interval, after completion of a task, etc.), when the participants want to report their feelings or when psychophysiological data (skin conductance, cardiac function and possibly facial EMG) indicate a change in...
  • FaceReader Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
    FaceReader constructs a model of the face from the video and automatically evaluate several elementary facial movements (action units). Based on these movements it calculates the likeliness that each of six basic emotions (joy, anger, sadness, surprise, fear and disgust) is felt at any given time. Tests from the provider of the software indicate a success rate of up to 90% with frontal face images.
  • Feeltrace Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
    The participants in a test or experiment use a computer to continuously report the emotion they perceive. They can move a cursor in a space defined by two dimensions, activation (from very passive to very active) and evaluation (from very negative to very positive). Additionally, a circle materializes the “circumplex” on which all affective states are located in this space according the dimensional theory of Russell (1980). Words...
  • PAD Emotion Scales Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
    The PAD Emotion Scales is a 34 items semantic differential questionnaire. It is made of a 16-item Pleasure-Displeasure scale and two 9-item Arousal-Nonarousal and Dominance-Submissiveness scales. An abbreviated 12-item version is available as well.
  • Emoscope Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
    The EmoToolkit allows a rigorous and exhaustive treatment of data of real use. The Emoscope suggests a protocol of intervention that reduces the costs and length of product development and guarantees that the deliverables are useful tools for the design and product development teams. This is possible through the incorporation into the working teams of the UseTherapist, who provides the point of view of the user during the process of design....
  • Use of Technical Drawing Methods to Generate Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
    Generally speaking technical drawing methods e.g. isometric and orthographic views are used for presentation of form and design idea. Systematically used these methods can yield fantastic results serving as a tool in the form and design generation / development process. In various product domains, especially where sheer aesthetic appeal or plurality of form is more important than functionality or utility; development of form family, variations...
  • premp Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
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  • UXASPIRA (1.00) Become our friend to view this Tool/Method
    We track physiological molecules coming out from human body continuously in real time, where operator's training and/or subject's active participation is not needed (passive support is needed: they must explore new product, and the tool automatically capture the emotional state).