Manufactured pleasures: psychological responses to design

This book unravels the fascinating area of our psychological responses to everyday objects and the environment in which we live. Why are things designed the way they are? Why do they give pleasure? Why is the desirable object of one generation neglected or scorned by the next? 


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Subject(s)Computing, Design & Development, Design and technology, Design for society and the environment, Materials and manufacturing
Author(s)Ray Crozier
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