THE FOUR PLEASURES A People-Centred Approach to User Experience
Pat is a consultant to many of the world’s most successful companies and to charities and voluntary organisations. He has honorary chairs at City University London and the University of Surrey and is a Professor at Central St. Martins, Brunel University London and CEDIM in Mexico. Pat formerly had chairs at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Leeds. He has won many professional awards and has written several books. He was an advisor to the UK government from 2000 until 2010.
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In order to create products, services and interfaces which are useful, usable, emotionally engaging and pleasurable we need to have a deep understanding of the people for who we are designing. The four pleasures is a framework for understanding people holistically. Its dimensions are: ■ Physio – to do with the body and the senses […]