flick flick flick flick.
The solution is to allow people to act in the most human way. Just as they would act if they had their partner in conversation right in front of them. Instead of getting physical with that person they can let out their emotion hitting, kissing, hugging or nervously flicking their mobile phone.
Due tue technical standards this clearly is a fictional project. But probably the beginning of rethinking interaction with technical devices a weird and innovative way.
Are we willing to show and share our emotions through messages when not facing each other in a real life conversation? Do we ever tell how we really feel in texts? The question is whether this would change if the interface for showing that would be more intuitive.
We asked people what would change their behavior of communicating their mood in messaging. Most miss an immediate way to express themselves, without searching for fitting emojis or smileys.