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TitleDesign sensitivities from public expression practices with non-digital displays
Author(s)Coutinho, José Pedro Lima Magriço
José, Rui
KeywordsPublic displays
Public expression
Publication paradigms
User-generated content
Issue dateJun-2015
PublisherAssociation for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Abstract(s)Digital public displays can have a huge potential as a communication medium for individual creativity and self-expression. However, opening public displays to usergenerated content and personalisation requires content publication practices that people may easily understand and appropriate according to their communication goals. This is crucial for both the individuals exposing their media on the displays and for the owners of those displays. In this work, we study a range of public expression practices that are already in common use. Although they rely on some form of non-digital display, they can provide important design inspirations for situated digital displays. Based on the analysis of descriptions of those practices and semistructured interviews with 25 interviewees, we identify a range of design sensitivities arranged around 3 fundamental themes: authorship; appropriateness; and collaboration. These should inform the design of novel approaches for enabling digital displays to become a new medium for public expression.
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/51588
ISBN978-1-4503-3608-6
DOI10.1145/2757710.2757738
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessRestricted access (UMinho)
Appears in Collections:CAlg - Artigos em livros de atas/Papers in proceedings

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