Art and Design, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Mar  2021, Pages 64-70; DOI:

Research on Emotional Design of Intelligent Jewelry - Take Xiaoxiao Series of Intelligent Jewelry as an Example

Art and Design, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Mar  2021, Pages 64-70.


Song Tang 1 , Liya Mai 1* , Siyu Sun 1 , Huihui Wang 1 , Tao Qin 1 , Weitao Wu 1 , Xizi Zhou 1 , Rui Ni 1 , Xintong Wen 1 , Siqi Xie 1

1 School of Art and Design, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China

Received: 8 January 2021; Accepted: 2 February 2021; Published: 19 February 2021

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On the basis of traditional jewelry only aesthetic but lack of functionality, intelligent wearable products lack of traditional jewelry aesthetic, based on the emotional design theory, this paper has a new thinking on the intelligent jewelry market, aiming at bringing new feeling and creating new experience, and according to the emotional design principle, thinking about what kind of design language, what kind of new functions to match and what kind of services to provide for intelligent jewelry It is a new service to meet the needs of users and mobilize their emotions. With the emotional design principle as the core, this paper explores the new development direction of Xiaoxiao intelligent jewelry, including the elderly medical scene direction, the elderly outdoor sports direction, the office scene direction and the graduation Memorial direction.


Intelligent Jewelry, Emotional Design, New Feeling, New Experience


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