Components

Scenes
Lens: Type: Scene Actors
Components:

One of the three essential parts of the experience design scene. A context, person, or design.

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Every Experience Design scene involves three components: context, people, and design. Experience design scenes are shaped by the ways these components interact.

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Context

The physical spaces, ideas, and prevailing attitudes of a place and time affect experience design scenes.

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Design

Anything designed—a product, service, or system.

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Characteristics and Behavior

These aspects describe the physical makeup of contexts, people, and designed objects as well as ways they behave.

Components
Characteristics
Behavior
Context

Characteristics

Location Laws Size: Context Non-User Actors Available Resources

Behavior

Climate Sensory
People: Self

Self Characteristics

Age Sex Race Gender Identity Size: People Condition

Self Behavior

Habits Movements
People: Relational

Relational Characteristics

Sexual Orientation Relationships Social Class Knowledge

Relational Behavior

Personality
Design

Characteristics

Style Material Size: Design

Behavior

State Operation

Experience-Level Aspects

These aspects describe experience-level qualities of contexts, people, and designed objects.

Themes
Bifocals
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Context: Setting
Time
Interconnections Hierarchy
Social Norms
People: Meaning-Making

Bifocals

Language

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Culture Values

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Self-Concept Worldview
People: Storytelling

Bifocals

Attention Attitude Subjective Norm Abilities

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Intention Role

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Sensations Mood
Design: Interaction
Purpose Accessibility Usefulness Usability
Affordances
Meaning

Sources

References and sources that support the inclusion of this Aspects of Experiences for Design component.

Design

Janlert, L.-E., & Stolterman, E. (2017). Things That Keep Us Busy: The Elements of Interaction. The MIT Press.

Humanities

Callon, M. (2004). Actor-Network Theory: The Market Test. In J. A. H. Law, J. (Ed.), Actor Network Theory and After (pp. 181-195). London: Blackwell Press.

Latour, B. (2008, September 3). A Cautious Prometheus? A Few Steps Toward a Philosophy of Design. Proceedings from Networks of Design meeting of the Design History Society, Falmouth, Cornwall.

Ritzer, G. (2004). Actor Network Theory (Encyclopedia of Social Theory). London: Sage.

Social Sciences

Goffman, E. (1973). The presentation of self in everyday life. Woodstock, New York: Overlook Press.