AËR - The Emotional Being

Amrita Dutt

Let’s face it. Emotions are complex and let's remove this taboo off of women which says only we are complicated. Human Beings are an intricate work of art and we need apps (not just books) to understand us better. And understanding people better gives clarity and relief.

AËR is a digital tool to read the human self through emotions felt. With AI learning developing each day, we aspire to read most complex emotions like love and melancholy.

A lot of our behaviour and actions are based on how we feel. A true picture of our emotions can be read through scientific data collected from wearable technologies and other significant monitoring ways like online activity, tone analysis, galvanic skin response (gsr), etc. It not only gives the users an accurate reading of their emotions but also gives a full control of their actions.

Disclaimer: This was a project accomplished by a group of three designers.
My fellow designers were : Elisa Roldán (eselisa.com) and Ruben Babu (https://rubenuxd.com/)
You can find more details about this project here: amritadutt.com/AER

This platform is basically a human emotions mirror which helps you understand your own emotional behaviour.

Amrita Dutt

Amrita is a multidisciplinary designer, illustrator and a design consultant based out of Berlin, Germany. You will often find her curious about various art forms and committed to bring a positive change and clarity through her works. Over the years, she has developed a unique design language born out of experience and imagination.

Where do you see yourself in 20 years?

Mostly working in my own design studio on numerous interesting projects

What is a good design for you?


What was the most challenging experience during your studies?

Achieving the best in a very limited time

Who or what inspires you?

I will not name any artists here as there are a lot of them who inspire me. But besides that, seeing new and old art inspires me the most.

How do you approach a new project?

Analytically and by listing and breaking down different steps of the whole process based on their timelines.

What advice would you give to students who just started studying in your programme?

Trust the process of learning

Have you changed during your studies? How?

Yes. I have changed in a massive way. My style is more defined now and my approach to design is more analytically creative

Why did you choose to study in your programme?

Experience Design and its affects in behaviour

What are you not going to miss in your studies?

the stressful group discussions

How are you going to celebrate your graduation?

I would have invited my parents to Germany to be with me during that time but the pandemic has made things difficult. Nevertheless I would have them on a video call and may be have virtual celebration.

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