Aesthetic‐Usability Effect Examples

Week One – Activity Aesthetic-Usability Effect can be seen in everyday products. For example, the wrist watch; while the watch has a common attribute of telling time in easy motions of glancing at their wrist, when a design is more aesthetically pleasing the individual is willing to become better attached to the product and brand….

Aesthetic-Usability Effect

Week One – Question One   The article Aesthetic-Usability Effect (Lidwell, Holden, & Butler, Aesthetic‐Usability Effect, 2003) is an informational document that educates the reader on how a well presented and aesthetically pleasing designs are often more accepted by the individual. The article addresses how an appealing design whether that be for a website, a…