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You design technologies to make life easier, to make tiresome chores go faster, to add value to people's lives. And yet, research suggests that technology has a strong negative impact on our lives, and actually make us miserable. Businesses are gravitating toward employee happiness, knowing that happy workers are more creative and more invested in the company's success. How can technology start designing toward a long-term goal of well-being rather than short-term goals of attention and conversion? In this book, Pamela Pavliscak-design researcher and adviser to Fortune 500 companies-explains how positive design brings together the latest thinking in positive psychology, quantified self, practical ethics, and emotional design. You'll explore models in these fields and the latest research to create principles and practices for designing everyday technologies can contribute to our well-being.Biografía del autor:
Pamela Pavliscak is founder of Change Sciences, a design research company. She has worked with Adecco, Ally, Audible, Corcoran, Digitas, eMusic, IEEE, NBC Universal, The New York Public Library, McGarry Bowen, Prudential, Sanofi-Aventis, Sealy, VEVO, and many other smart companies. She has taught at Parsons School of Design and is an advisor to the Pratt Institute School of Information and Library Science. Her work is part ethnography, part data science, part behavioral psychology and she has spoken at SXSW and Collision.
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