Sarah Diefenbach
Sarah Diefenbach
Verified email at
TitleCited byYear
Needs, affect, and interactive products–Facets of user experience
M Hassenzahl, S Diefenbach, A Göritz
Interacting with computers 22 (5), 353-362, 2010
Designing moments of meaning and pleasure – Experience Design
M Hassenzahl, K Eckoldt, S Diefenbach, M Laschke, E Lenz
International Journal of Design 7 (3), 21-31, 2013
All you need is love: Current strategies of mediating intimate relationships through technology
M Hassenzahl, S Heidecker, K Eckoldt, S Diefenbach, U Hillmann
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) 19 (4), 30, 2012
The dilemma of the hedonic–Appreciated, but hard to justify
S Diefenbach, M Hassenzahl
Interacting with Computers 23 (5), 461-472, 2011
Experience-oriented and product-oriented evaluation: psychological need fulfillment, positive affect, and product perception
M Hassenzahl, A Wiklund-Engblom, A Bengs, S Hägglund, S Diefenbach
International journal of human-computer interaction 31 (8), 530-544, 2015
The 'Hedonic' in Human-Computer Interaction – History, Contributions, and Future Research Directions.
S Diefenbach, N Kolb, M Hassenzahl
DIS 2014 Conference on Designing Interactive System, 305-314, 2014
The Beauty Dilemma: beauty is valued but discounted in product choice
S Diefenbach, M Hassenzahl
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2009
With a little help from a friend: a shower calendar to save water
M Laschke, M Hassenzahl, S Diefenbach, M Tippkämper
CHI'11 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 633-646, 2011
Exploring relationships between interaction attributes and experience
E Lenz, S Diefenbach, M Hassenzahl
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Designing Pleasurable …, 2013
An interaction vocabulary. describing the how of interaction.
S Diefenbach, E Lenz, M Hassenzahl
CHI'13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 607-612, 2013
INTUI. Exploring the facets of intuitive interaction
D Ullrich, S Diefenbach
Mensch & Computer 2010: Interaktive Kulturen, 2010
The selfie paradox: Nobody seems to like them yet everyone has reasons to take them. An exploration of psychological functions of selfies in self-presentation
S Diefenbach, L Christoforakos
Frontiers in psychology 8, 7, 2017
Things with attitude: Transformational products
M Laschke, M Hassenzahl, S Diefenbach
Create11 conference, 1-2, 2011
Aesthetics of interaction: a literature synthesis
E Lenz, S Diefenbach, M Hassenzahl
Proceedings of the 8th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Fun …, 2014
Designing with image schemas: resolving the tension between innovation, inclusion and intuitive use
J Hurtienne, K Klöckner, S Diefenbach, C Nass, A Maier
Interacting with Computers 27 (3), 235-255, 2015
A transformational product to improve self-control strength: the chocolate machine
F Kehr, M Hassenzahl, M Laschke, S Diefenbach
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2012
Ein Interaktionsvokabular: Dimensionen zur Beschreibung der Ästhetik von Interaktionen
S Diefenbach, M Hassenzahl, K Klöckner, C Nass, A Maier
Tagungsband UP10, 2010
Towards homo digitalis: Important research issues for psychology and the neurosciences at the dawn of the internet of things and the digital society
C Montag, S Diefenbach
Sustainability 10 (2), 415, 2018
Psychologie in der nutzerzentrierten Produktgestaltung
S Diefenbach, M Hassenzahl
Berlin: Springer, 2017
Designing for well-being: a case study of keeping small secrets
S Diefenbach, M Hassenzahl, K Eckoldt, L Hartung, E Lenz, M Laschke
The Journal of Positive Psychology 12 (2), 151-158, 2017
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20