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Jannat Ara
Jul 30, 2022
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In recent years, the tattoo culture in Hong Kong has become more and more mature, and people gradually regard tattoos as a kind of culture, a kind of fashion, and a kind of art. Some people choose to get tattoos with simple and representative patterns or sentences to remind themselves, some people get tattoos of relatives or pets to mourn their passing, and some people choose to get a group tattoo that represents friendship, couples, or family members. to carve out a relationship. So why would people be willing to carve a mark on the flesh to follow for a lifetime? How can it help us fight trauma? The evolution of tattoos The word tattoo has two origins: in Polynesia (ta) means "striking something"; and in Tahiti (tatau) means "to mark something". The oldest tattoo is believed to date back to a mummy named "Ötzi the Iceman" before 3000 BC. Scholars found signs of osteochondral lesions in the tattoo location on his body, and it is estimated that the tattoo at that time may have a medical effect. A type of acupuncture used to relieve pain (Pesapane et al., 2014). Later, some scholars calculated the meaning of tattoos from the perspective of evolution, and proposed the theories of "human canvas" and "upping the ante" respectively. The former shows that tattoos are an expression of human culture and a channel for inheriting ideas. The ancients used cave paintings to record a personal history or story, but with the evolution of time, they gradually transferred the murals to the human body and passed the story through tattoos. Another theory suggests that tattoos originated number list from sexual selection . Scholars believe that tattoos are a symbol of health, enhance personal attractiveness and increase the competitiveness of the sexes, so this habit is carried over (Roggenkam et al., 2017). It can be seen that tattoos have a rich historical background. tattoo meaning Scholars Roggenkam et al. (2017) show that people of different ages or genders have different behavioral motivations for tattoos. Young people hope to maintain a unique self-identity through tattoos and attract attention. They pursue a different appearance, and also believe that tattoos are a fashionable art that allows them to stay close to the current trend and integrate into the mainstream group. In addition, tattoos can also be used as an indicator of "pain" , and this pain is also one of the reasons why tattoos are enjoyable. Scholars have pointed out that women tend to see tattoos as personal adornment, or to express an independent image; while men tend to see tattoos as a symbol of group identity. So tattoos may bring commonality to different groups, but at the same time, each of us also gives tattoos a unique meaning. Tattoo Psychology: Who Loves Tattoos? In the past, people had a more negative set of thoughts about tattoos, thinking that tattoos were a sign of psychopathology, and psychiatrists described tattoos as features of exhibitionism and masochism (Copes & Forsyth, 1993 ). They believe that people with tattoos are emotionally immature, uncontrollable, impulsive etc.
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Jannat Ara
Jul 28, 2022
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Making an obvious design doesn't mean another app uses a certain design, it's the best choice for your product. It seems easy enough to replicate the functionality of other apps (especially those that are popular and you think are well designed), you don't know how much research the company has done behind choosing to use a certain design pattern or component. In order to make an obvious design, you need to approach the problem Without waiting for years of usage data or hiring researchers, how can a designer know what design is obvious to executive “The closer you get to a pain point, the more you want to solve it,” says Wroblewski. If you’re the target user of your product, chances are you know the core functionality of the product and how it solves your problem. If you are not the target user, you have to observe the user, learn and iterate. This doesn't require a lot of research and travel expenses, or even a lot of user. It requires talking to potential and existing users, or imagining yourself as a user and finding out what problems users are having. Wroblewski recommends Rapid Iterative Testing and Evaluation (RITE), saying, "Every week, we're going to put what we've made that week in front of real users and number list see how they use it. You're going to have to go back to customers or potential customers all the time. Test it with customers.” The designer said, "I sat with this man and I found out that he couldn't do what he wanted to do because our design failed." It was very natural and direct and true. Spend time with your users on a regular and regular basis, and your designs will be better at solving their problems, better suited to them and more "obvious". Until you really understand the problem, you can clearly understand what is "obvious" or even "common sense" design, and make a product that is really on Everyone is a Product Manager. Reproduction is prohibited without permission The title image is from Unsplash, based on the CC0 protocol Reward the author and encourage TA to hurry up and create! appreciate For more , please pay attention to everyone is a product manager We Chat public account or download the App 2 years UI design primary Favorites | 47 Like | 13 executive email list share Interpretation Office Follow the author Public number: Interpretation and Interpretation Office 12 works 85,000 total reads recommended to you 2 rounds of financing in 1 year, nearly one million private domain users are accumulated annually
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