Designer Ingrid Fetell Lee explains how she became the “Nancy Drew of joy.” Having sleuthed out the link between tangible objects and the intangible emotion of joy, Fetell Lee shares her findings in this eloquent, uplifting talk. She advocates for the “aesthetics of joy” – design that inspires joy through color, shape, and more. getAbstract recommends this talk to designers, researchers, innovators, artists and all who seek joy in their everyday lives.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why certain shapes and patterns evoke joy universally,
- How joy is essential to your well-being, and
- How incorporating the aesthetics of joy into design enhances the human experience.
About the Speaker
Ingrid Fetell Lee is a designer and the author of the book Joyful and the blog The Aesthetics of Joy.
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