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Thus I've decided to explore the possibilities of bringing more sentiments and emotions to the web.
From now on, I would like to share with you a series of small web experiments and essays about the user sentimental experience every few weeks.

Here is a link to the first issue, which is a room that I drew to suggest we put down stress about productive behaviours on the digital mediums. You are able to space out here. You'll click elements in the room but may not gain something special.

hub.xpub.nl/sandbot/Nami_Resea

(*If you open it through your phone I recommend you see it in landscape mode, but it's just a suggestion.)

I will send an email of every issue which will include a link to the work.
I hope you enjoy! Any feedback or collaboration requests are gratefully welcomed. (namik1m0109@gmail.com)

Looking forward to seeing you with the second issue soon! Bye bye.
Nami
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<User Sentimental Experience:
I wanna feel too on the web. I wanna look at the screen as if I look beyond the window.>

My passion and love for the web medium have made me think that I want to be a web publisher and designer in the upcoming future. Since then, I've looked around the job market and found UX practice interesting. The idea of drawing a good user experience in our daily digital products is beautiful indeed.
But then I also realised that the user experience meant by the current UX practice is often referring to making all the design elements highly efficient for user performance. Of course this efficiency-orientation is significant, as the web is a functionality-based medium. However, I think good user experience can embrace more than that. What I often miss on the web is a broader variety of sentiments and emotions. I mean feelings that are inviting, warm, energetic, playful, subtle, nostalgic, cute, etc. I believe these are crucial parts of the user experiences as well!

sentimental experience

Thus I've decided to explore the possibilities of bringing more sentiments and emotions to the web.
From now on, I would like to share with you a series of small web experiments and essays about the user sentimental experience every few weeks.

Here is a link to the first issue, which is a room that I drew to suggest we put down stress about productive behaviours on the digital mediums. You are able to space out here. You'll click elements in the room but may not gain something special.

hub.xpub.nl/sandbot/Nami_Resea

(*If you open it through your phone I recommend you see it in landscape mode, but it's just a suggestion.)

I will send an email of every issue which will include a link to the work.
I hope you enjoy! Any feedback or collaboration requests are gratefully welcomed. (namik1m0109@gmail.com)

Looking forward to seeing you with the second issue soon! Bye bye.
Nami
sentimental experience

<User Sentimental Experience:
I wanna feel too on the web. I wanna look at the screen as if I look beyond the window.>

My passion and love for the web medium have made me think that I want to be a web publisher and designer in the upcoming future. Since then, I've looked around the job market and found UX practice interesting. The idea of drawing a good user experience in our daily digital products is beautiful indeed.
But then I also realised that the user experience meant by the current UX practice is often referring to making all the design elements highly efficient for user performance. Of course this efficiency-orientation is significant, as the web is a functionality-based medium. However, I think good user experience can embrace more than that. What I often miss on the web is a broader variety of sentiments and emotions. I mean feelings that are inviting, warm, energetic, playful, subtle, nostalgic, cute, etc. I believe these are crucial parts of the user experiences as well!

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