Lenneke Kuijer, Nicola Spurling
Everyday Futures: A New Interdisciplinary Area of Research With the rise of ubiquitous computing, the role of HCI and interaction design in making everyday futures is becoming ever more encompassing and profound. The articles in this Special Topic offer perspectives on how these implications might be researched, understood, and challenged. Future everyday life is certain to be different from that of today, but how is it shaped in the present? What role do technologies and interaction designers have in creating everyday futures? How might futures be made differently, and what theories and methods would be required to do this?…
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