Typically used as a portion of the product design specification system to understand the importance of emotions and how individuals process information about the product. Three levels of emotional design include the “visceral” (basic information), “behavioral” (functionality and usability), and “reflective” (self-identity and reasoning). Learn more in this blog.
About a year ago, I participated in my first triathlon. It was designed for beginners with sprint lengths: 800-yard swim, 15-mile bike ride, and 5k run. There were also events for super-sprint, duathlons, combined swimming and biking, and relays of all combinations. Upon arrival the night before the event, it
A model of consumer behavior in which consumers are willing to sacrifice the degree of an attribute or benefit present in a product to increase the benefits of other attributes. A market research technique in which respondents are systematically presented with a rotating set of product descriptions, each of which
Incorporating digital technology solutions into a business that reshapes the organization and shifts its focus to external customer relationships rather than internal elements. Popular and contemporary examples of digital transformation include digital twins, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. For more terms in the NPD Glossary, click here. copyright