When people feel powerless, big is important.
Insights on the links between spoken language and experience of the physical world.
The annual Design Research Conference is an important source of information and inspiration to the design research community.
Scientists continue to learn more about how apparently innocuous, and sometimes undetectable (at least by the layperson) differences between people have a significant influence on how individuals experience and respond to the physical world.
A number of recent studies address the psychological ramifications and power of color. In general, color can add much to work and indoor spaces, as well as influence other perceptions.
How can experiences be more intense?
What are people's responses to downward pointing triangles?
As world cultures come into increased contact, learning how specific national groups differ in their experience of the physical world becomes more urgent.
What aspects of photographs affect people's judgments of image quality?
Miss the conference? Here are some highlights.