Tag Archives: HCI
Hourcade, J.B. et al. HCI for Peace: Beyond Tie Dye. Interactions, September-October 2012. pp 40-47.
The article presents and idea of focusing (at least some of) HCI’s effort to concretely making world a better place. The primary aim of the authors is to reduce and prevent armed conflict. The article is not a research report … Continue reading
Brereton, M. and McGarry, B. (2000) An observational Study of How Objects Support Engineering Design Thinking and Communication: Implications for the design of tangible media, CHI2000
The paper looks at different roles of physical objects in supporting design thinking and communication, i.e. object as starting point, as communication medium, episodic memory trigger, etc. Still, what I found to be the most interesting part of the paper … Continue reading
Wright et al. argue for new approaches for ideas of design in HCI based on the evolving concept of user. The proposition of the article is twofold: 1) there is a need for design-as-craft approach for complementing prevailing design-as-engineering approach, … Continue reading