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Interaction Design for Public Spaces

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Darja Tokranova

on 12 January 2013

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Transcript of Interaction Design for Public Spaces

Interaction Design
for Public Spaces Problem:
Difficulty in bridging digital
and physical environments
in interaction design
of public spaces Question 1:
How to unite physical
and digital environments
of public space into
uniform user experience? Question 2:
Is designing physical and
digital environment as one system
is more effective for
enhancing UX? Hypothesis:
User experience is improved
when physical and digital
environments are supporting
each other. Methodologies:
Design Based Research,
Participatory Design
(Co-Design Approach) Readings:

Andy Crabtree & Tom Rodden (2008)
"Hybrid Ecologies: Understanding Cooperative Interaction in Emerging Physical-Digital Environments."

Martin Ludvigsen (2006)
"Designing for Social Interaction - Physical, Co-located Social Computing"

Luigina Ciolfi (2004)
“Understanding Spaces as Places: Extending
Interaction Design Paradigms”

to be continued... Keywords:
hybrid ecologies, UX,
interaction, public spaces, responsive environments (?) Practical Base:

TLU "Touch the Exchange"
interactive kiosk
for which both digital
and physical tools will be used

Final product will be placed
in environment of
Tallinn University Library in
Astra building Initial sketch of
the kiosk and
surroundings What kind of data is collected
in each step and how exactly is it analyzed?

What types of physical interaction will be included?

Why is the physical setting particularly important for "Touch the exchange"? Project constraints:
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