conference contributionposted on 08.10.2021, 10:08 by Matthew Lee-SmithMatthew Lee-Smith, Tracy RossTracy Ross, Yu-Ting Cheng, Mathias Funk
“As a nascent field, HDI is still very much under development – there are no books!” – Mortier et al., Chapter 41, The Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction, 2nd Ed. (technically not a book), 2016. Interacting with data is an ancient practice that predates humans, all beings must collect and understand data/information in some way to survive. However, formal interactions have begun to interest the design research community only just now – according to planetary timescale. Data and our interaction with it have played an increasingly powerful and intrusive role in our Everyday, up to the point that the design research community needs to find new ways to deal with human-data interaction. In three quick chats, we will unfold developing perspectives on HDI that, we hope, will help foster constructive discussions in the workshop.
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