Here at Catalyst, we pride ourselves on having a community of diverse opinions and perspectives. Often, our practitioners will bring their unique viewpoints and experiences that stem from their personal interests to the projects we work on.
Recently, Catalyte and UX Designer Chelsey Delaney had the opportunity to combine two of her passions, humor and UX design, to provide some first-of-its-kind commentary on the intersection of the two.
Chelsey’s insights can be found in The Encyclopedia of Humor Studies, which Sage Publications released this week. This massive, two-volume reference book comprehensively documents humor: its history, its role in society, its conceptual identity on an international scale and research to-date about its form and function in a variety of different disciplines and fields.
Given the large price tag, we can’t blame anyone for not placing an Amazon order anytime soon. But, if you get a chance to check it out, we bet you won’t be disappointed.
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