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Title: Kansei product design for new product development: Duo-theme DEMATEL approach
Authors: Wu, Wei-Wen
Lan, Lawrence W.
Chen, Yow-Mow
Lee, Yu-Ting
藍武王
Contributors: 電視與網路行銷管理系
Keywords: Kansei product design (KPD), new product development (NPD), aesthetics, duo-theme DEMATEl
Date: 2011-06
Issue Date: 2011-08-10 11:40:49 (UTC+8)
Publisher: Taiwan Kansi Information Association
Abstract: Kansei product design (KPD) has become essential to a new product development (NPD) because more and more people nowadays are clinging to Kansai products—the aesthetic products that best fit the customers’ affective needs with both mental and emotional satisfaction. This paper employs the duo-theme decision making trial and evaluation laboratory (DEMATEL) approach to conduct a positioning analysis for the core concept of KPD. An example of Kansei shoulder bag is illustrated. The results indicate that “Pride” and “Love” are the root
causes to invite the customer’s affective emotions, whereas “Sadness” and “Fear” are the root causes to distress the customer’s affective emotions. Accordingly, making the customer feel pride and love should be built in the Kansei shoulder bag design. Meanwhile, making the customer feel sad and fear should be eliminated from the Kansai shoulder bag design. Based on the findings, some implications and suggestions are discussed.
Relation: International Journal of Kansei Information, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp.61-70
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