Articles by Johanna Silvennoinen

Ms. Silvennoinen is a PhD Candidate of Cognitive Science at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. She has conducted research in the field of visual aesthetics in human-technology interaction, especially regarding visual elements and emotions elicited by them. Her research interest also expands to cover multi-modal experiences in interacting with technological products.

Experiencing Visual Usability and Aesthetics in Two Mobile Application Contexts

Abstract Visual attractiveness is increasingly seen as an essential factor in perceived usability, interaction, and overall appraisal of user interfaces. Visual elements in technological products are capable of evoking emotions and affective responses in users. In this paper, we focus on the role of visual usability and visual aesthetics in an experimental research setup. This […] [Read More]