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The use of day-to-day life artifacts is a key phase in the lifecycle of products. Indeed it has a great impact on our environment. User centered methods are not yet taken into account in eco-design approaches. These methods are being developed in two ways, by building new user models encompassing complex dimensions such as Kansei and experience, including values and moods, and by integrating the user himself in the design process. This paper deals with setting-up a new theoretical framework associating user-centered design advanced approaches such as experience design, Kansei studies, or participative design and eco-design methods. The final goal is to support product design by providing some guidelines according to environmental issues linked to the users and their abilities.
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Bouchard, C., Brissaud, D., & Aoussat, A. (2013). User kansei modelling and eco-design. Applied Science and Engineering Progress, 3(4), 1–6. Retrieved from https://ph02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ijast/article/view/67384