Toward a Practice of User-Centred Design for Shape-Changing Interfaces

Sturdee, Miriam Amber and Alexander, Jason Mark (2016) Toward a Practice of User-Centred Design for Shape-Changing Interfaces. In: UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

Shape-changing User Interfaces (UIs) are maturing in application and complexity, and therefore are becoming a tangible reality with regards to commercialization and design in a wider context. Current prototypes support a variety of bespoke interactions and are extensively tested, but applications for these constructs are often limited to the research scenario, and within the limitations of academic institutions. Engaging with a wider audience to develop novel UIs and applications is a valuable addition to the early design process, and can elicit new directions for research. Additionally, focusing on the user fulfils a requirement for developing a User-Centred Design methodology for shape-change, as it presents novel challenges for interaction design. This position paper calls for early adoption of such processes to support the emerging technology of shape-change, and for the formation of a collaborative UCD working group in this field.

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Contribution to Conference (Paper)
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89792
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Deposited On:
22 Jan 2018 09:36
Refereed?:
Yes
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Unpublished
Last Modified:
24 Sep 2020 00:09