Assessment 1: Response 4



Hamilton, C. & Denniss, R. (2005). How much is enough? Affluenza. Crows Nest NSW, Allen & Unwin.

Hamilton, C. (2003). Identity. Growth Fetish. Crows Nest NSW, Allen & Unwin.

Mugge, R., Schoormans, J. & Schifferstein, H. (2007). Product attachment: design strategies to stimulate the emotional bonding to products. Product Experience. Burlington, USA: Elsevier.

Sudjic, D. (2008). The Language Of Things, Kindle Edition. London: England, Penguin Books Ltd.

Journal and online articles

Gianluigi, G., Prete, I., Peluso, A., Maloumby-Baka, C., Buffa, C. (2010). The role of ethics and product personality in the intention to purchase organic food products: a structural equation modelling approach. International Review of Economics, 57(1), 79-102. doi10.1007/s12232-009-0086-5

Hung, W.K., & Chen, L.L. (2012). Effects of novelty and its dimensions on aesthetic preference in product design. International Journal of Design, 6(2), 81-90. Retrieved from

Maslow, A.H. (1943) A Theory of Human Motivation. Psychological Review, 50(4), 370-396. Brooklyn College.  doi10.1037/h0054346

Mugge, R., Schoormans, J. & Schifferstein, H. (2009). Emotional bonding with personalized products. Journal of Engineering Design, 20(5), 467-476. doi10.1080/09544820802698550

Norman, D. (2002) Emotion & design: attractive things work better, Interactions, 9(4), 36-42. doi10.1145/543434.543435

Schifferstein, H. N. J., & Zwartkruis-Pelgrim, E. P. H. (2008) Consumer-product attachment: measurement and design implications. International Journal of Design, 2(3), 1-13. Retrieved from


Basulto, D. (2016). Evocative Objects: Designing for Emotion and Empathy. Retrieved from

Komninos, A. (2017). The Reflective Level of Emotional Design. Retrieved from

Norman, D. (2009). Selective Memories, Metropolis 28(8), 90-91. Retrieved from

Van Hout, M. (2008). The Mediocre Middle. Retrieved from


Diatta, D. (2015). Material Communications . Retrieved from

Hustwit, G. (2009). Objectified . Retrieved from

Norman, D. (2003). 3 Ways good design makes you happy . Retrieved from


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