Posts Tagged ‘emotion’

B2B Passion Play – Bringing Emotional Intelligence to Bear

I remember an experience early in my career when I became passionate about a point of contention in a meeting (I don’t remember now what it was) that someone told me keep emotions out of it. For many years in my ascent of the towers of commerce, I practiced that approach to decision making. Like […]

The Need for Emotional Goals for Design

Adam Connor shared this brief insightful blog post that really caught my attention: On emotion and experience (Thought for the Day) If you aren’t at least considering people’s emotions, you probably aren’t designing for an experience. I have written about the need to have empathy with our users before, but Adam has very eloquently and succinctly pointed out why […]