International Journal of Occupational Hygiene 2017. 9(3):.

Application Hedonomics in Ergonomics and the use of Kansei Engineering Method for Evaluation: Review
Saba Kalantary, Jebreal Nasl Seraji

Abstract


Introduction: This review article aims survey role of hedonomics at ergonomic and analyzing user pleasure. Hedonomics  is a different  perspective and the fairly new branch of science in ergonomics that defined pleasure and satisfaction aspect in human-system interaction. Kansei Engineering one as methods evaluated user emotional needs and them conversion Tangible product features or task.

Method& Material: In this review article, 84 articles were extracted from the Google Scholar, Scopus,  Elsiver, Pubmed search engine. with regards to exclusion criteria 12 articles as the final ones were selected for analyzing. The main keywords for search were ergonomics, hedonomics, pleasure and Kansei Engineering.

Results& Conclusion: findings show the significance of interaction of ergonomics and hedonomics and goal of optimized human- system interaction which is central to the goal of all design and Kansei Engineering is method conversion cognitive and emotional needs to features product or system in the direction to optimized.

 


Keywords


Pleasure, Ergonomics, Hedonomics, Kansei Engineering

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