From HCI to media experience: Methodological implications

Elizabeth F. Churchill, Jeffrey Bardzell

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    Abstract

    The landscape of interactive technology design and evaluation is expanding. In the past, usability and task efficiency were the main focus for research in human computer interaction; evaluation methods worked from single user data over constrained tasks. This kind of work remains central to our discipline. However, new issues are complicating this scenario. For example, how do we design for quintessentially elusive concepts like "experience"? Especially when that experience is not singular, but social, where data are spread across many people, potentially many platforms and devices, and many settings. Where the lab test cannot shed light on ways that experience unfolds over time. The units of analysis and the data to be gathered are contested. In this workshop we invite discussion of interactive media experience and how to design for and evaluate it.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Title of host publicationPeople and Computers XXI HCI.But Not as We Know It - Proceedings of HCI 2007
    Subtitle of host publicationThe 21st British HCI Group Annual Conference
    PublisherBritish Computer Society
    ISBN (Print)9781902505954
    DOIs
    StatePublished - 2007
    Event21st British HCI Group Annual Conference: People and Computers XXI HCI.But Not as We Know It, HCI 2007 - Lancaster, United Kingdom
    Duration: Sep 3 2007Sep 7 2007

    Publication series

    NamePeople and Computers XXI HCI.But Not as We Know It - Proceedings of HCI 2007: The 21st British HCI Group Annual Conference
    Volume2

    Conference

    Conference21st British HCI Group Annual Conference: People and Computers XXI HCI.But Not as We Know It, HCI 2007
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityLancaster
    Period9/3/079/7/07

    All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

    • Computer Networks and Communications
    • Human-Computer Interaction

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