Designing with biological generative systems : choice by emotion

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Pinto, Raul; Atkinson, Paul; Vieira, Joaquim; Carvalhais, Miguel;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Universidade do Porto

Consumers as co-producers or co-designers are frequently presented as the solution for mass-customization, but the success of these systems as enhancing emotional bonds between user and object seems to be questionable. Making choices may not be enough to generate a bigg... View more
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