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Prototyping Social Interaction

Prototyping Social Interaction,10.1162/desi.2008.24.3.46,Design Issues,Esko Kurvinen,Ilpo Koskinen,Katja Battarbee

Prototyping Social Interaction   (Citations: 10)
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Journal: Design Issues , vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 46-57, 2008
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    • ...Kurvinen, Koskinen and Battarbee introduced a set of design principles for making software design conducive for social interaction [8]...

    Tuan-Anh Hoanget al. Modeling Socialness in Dynamic Social Networks

    • ...Despite the fact that, prototyping is a process that involve refining the product in cycles, the main purpose of using prototype is to locate problems in the design and to fix these problems as to make sure that users will use the product in more efficient and enjoyable way [24]...
    • ...Cultural probes approaches usually use imaginative techniques similar to postcards in order to collect information from users [24]...
    • ...In contrast with the laboratory experiments, the prototype should not be conducted in a laboratory experiment because the goal in observing user behavior is to monitor and interpret how user use and explore the technology and not to restrict them to use the technology in predefined ways [24]...
    • ...Additionally, cognitive and human factors field are also interested to focus on individual’s behavior and cognitive processors [24]...

    D. I. Rosliet al. Interaction Design Issues: A literature review

    • ...In addition, with the development of network, social interaction will be much more emphasized in interaction design [14]...

    Yu Chenet al. Interaction design of children's mobile phone for enhancing cognitive ...

    • ...(in press) have argued, one should design research so that the artifact is placed into an ordinary social setting in which it is followed using naturalistic research design and methods over a sufficient time span so that social processes have time to evolve...

    Ilpo Koskinenet al. LAB, FIELD, GALLERY, AND BEYOND1

    • ...These people can use and explore them for long enough so that they do not just focus on it as a novelty, but as a routine part of everyday life [10]...

    Ilpo Koskinenet al. Morphome: a constructive field study of proactive information technolo...

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