Norman's three levels of experience design: visceral, behavioral, and reflective.
Visceral design relates to our immediate impression of a design.
Behavioral Design relates to our experience of using a design.
Related to usability.
Visible, easy to expect how to use, easy to recognize the result by the action...
Reflective Design relates to how we interpret a design and what it means to us.
Related to self image- how other people recognize me !?
📝Reflect latest purchases
How there levels experiences influenced??
One of the course mate also bought it :)
I love how the photos look once developed, and I can use them as a decoration for my home/room.
It's cute and somehow nostalgic😍
They are very light to carry, this one even has a flash, which I love, and it can take up to 25 pics.
Quality could be better than smartphones.
It's compact and not too much expensive.
Reflective: (course mate)
For me this is the no-brainer of the product, the pics are taken in a moment, only once, you don't get to see them until you have developed them, so there's no redoing it or posing in a better way, it is what it is. Plus they are a nice memory to keep and see.
It's NOT a smartphone but a camera, focused on taking good photos, so people would have impression that I love taking photos.
Recently film camera has becoming popular again (in Japan).
In the era of smartphones, it can be considered unique n cool to use this type of film camera which was popular 20+ years before and now re-evaluated.
A friend of mine also recommend me to try this so she would be happy too.
Reflective means a lot!!