Chongqing Vocational Institute of Engineering, Chongqing, 402260, China
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The image of lotus embodies profound spiritual connotation and cultural atmosphere, and presents colorful visual forms in different eras in China. Starting from the emotional point of view, this article is based on the three levels of emotional design, combined with the situational semantics in the product semantics to form emotional semantics, and conducts a series of design studies, and tries to apply them in ceramic products.
Emotion, Lotus, Ceramic products, Design
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