Intimidad estable Diseño de comunicación online como herramienta para potenciar el bienestar

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Petra Salaric
Rebecca Cain
Emilene Zitkus
Valentijn Visch

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El ser humano tiene la necesidad innata de pertenecer y relacionarse con los demás. Las relaciones estables son un gran factor de influencia en la felicidad y la salud y, por lo tanto, deben recibir mayor atención para nutrirlas. El entorno en línea se está convirtiendo rápidamente en la principal fuente de formación de relaciones, sin embargo, su inestabilidad plantea amenazas para construir relaciones estables. Dado que la comunicación en línea se usa cada vez más en la formación de relaciones y la comunicación, ofrece oportunidades para diseñar intervenciones que apoyen la creación de relaciones estables. Este artículo presenta un enfoque escalonado piramidal que guía la construcción de la comunicación en línea desde la base de la creación estable de intimidad, para satisfacer las necesidades de pertenencia y vínculo, y por tanto brindar bienestar. El enfoque que se desarrolló a través de la investigación previa de los autores tiene como objetivo abordar las principales barreras identificadas de la comunicación en línea, la desconfianza y la desconexión, y su influencia en la formación de conexiones estables para promover la formación de una intimidad saludable en el entorno en línea. Este documento se enfoca en la importancia de las relaciones románticas en la salud y destaca las oportunidades para futuras investigaciones acerca del diseño para la creación de relaciones que apoyen el bienestar y la salud de la sociedad, un área hasta ahora poco investigada del diseño.

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Salaric, P., Cain, R. ., Zitkus, E., & Visch, V. (2022). Intimidad estable: Diseño de comunicación online como herramienta para potenciar el bienestar . Base Diseño E Innovación, 7(6), 110–125. https://doi.org/10.52611/bdi.num6.2022.784
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Petra Salaric, School of Design and Creative Arts, Loughborough University

Petra Salaric is a doctoral researcher at the School of Design and Creative Arts at Loughborough University. Within the area of design for wellbeing, she focuses on behaviour change and emotions, and specialises in taboo topics.

Rebecca Cain, Escuela de Diseño y Artes Creativas de la Universidad de Loughborough

Rebecca Cain, PhD, es profesora titular de Diseño Transdisciplinario y Decana Adjunta en la Escuela de Diseño y Artes Creativas de la Universidad de Loughborough. Es la vicepresidenta de la Junta Ejecutiva de DRS y coordinadora fundadora del Grupo de Interés Especial para la Felicidad, la Salud y el Bienestar (SIGWELL) de DRS.

Emilene Zitkus, Escuela de Diseño y Artes Creativas de la Universidad de Loughborough

Emilene Zitkus, PhD, es docente de Diseño Inclusivo, UX y Diseño Centrado en el Usuario en la Universidad de Loughborough. Es miembro del consejo editorial de la revista Design for Health y docente invitada de la UNESP. Su experiencia en diseño inclusivo se ha desarrollado durante los últimos 13 años a través de proyectos desarrollados con socios en la industria, incluidos Ford y Jaguar-Land Rover y proyectos EPSRC, incluido su doctorado en la Universidad de Cambridge.

Valentijn Visch, Facultad de Ingeniería en Diseño Industrial, Delft University of Technology

Valentijn Visch, PhD, es profesor asociado en la Facultad de Ingeniería en Diseño Industrial (IDE en TU Delft). Su investigación se centra en el Diseño para la Motivación de la Salud. Coordina la investigación de Diseño de Juegos Persuasivos, preside el laboratorio de investigación de eSalud de IDE y es líder de varios proyectos de salud interdisciplinarios que incluyen temas como la narración de historias, los gemelos digitales, la salud electrónica y el diseño de juegos, la alfabetización en salud, la prevención de la obesidad, llegando a las personas con bajo SEP y viajes de salud.

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