Elderly Muslims Perceptions on Grateful and Calm Digital Images
This study is to identify digital images based on theme gratefulness and calmness and also to evaluate elderly Muslim perceptions on the images. There is lack of study from the past about it. The methods used are personas, interviews and survey. The findings indicated most of the personas select nature and text images for theme grateful, whereas nature and building images for theme calmness. There are four factors that influence personas’ emotion perceptions which are visual content, social context, temporal evaluation and location influence These factors on images give them spiritual emotional impacts. Significant from the study, muslim designers could understand personas preferences and the designer could give more meaningful and quality images for target personas as for the future work, more study could be done with big sample sizes, different groups of personas such as children, different types of themes such as happiness and sadness digital images, and also different type of perceptions such as an auditory.
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