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Reconsidering HCI in the Age of Social, Ubiquitous and Domestic Computing

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Human Computer Interaction has been largely focused on the design, implementation and evaluation of productivity software. Yet many recent ‘killer apps’ are not about productivity, but arise from an amorphous area somewhat characterized as social, ubiquitous and / or domestic computing. The problem is that the methods developed within HCI do not fit this new genre. We need to develop new ways to do requirements analysis, design, and evaluation. We need new generations of tools and infrastructures to create and deploy unorthodox systems and interaction techniques. A first step is to achieve this is by reflecting on the practices used in the (relatively few) successes we have had in social, ubiquitous and domestic computing

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Congreso: Interacción 2006