This paper appraises the significance of psychological effect of colours in interface designing, utilising a Kansei assessing system. A group of Japanese children age between 10-11 years took part in the research work. The experiment addressed children's colour emotion associations in the context of interactive, learning environment. Significance of result proved that colour plays a major role in a child's world and plays an important influential role when interacting with computers. Moreover, using the results of the study, this paper highlights the importance of affective dimension in colour design and effective way of using it.
- affective aspect
- affective variability
- interactive learning environment
- interface designing
- Kansei engineering