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XVIII.5 September + October 2011
Page: 38
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Gaian IxD


Authors:
Brenda Laurel

I begin here. We need to find better ways to look at the Earth and understand our relationships with it. We need to change our notions of human agency within this larger context. I think these changes can be manifested through interaction design—its intents, objects, processes, and methods. This article is a first attempt to describe the opportunity space—what I call Gaian IxD—and some design principles inherent in it. Gaian IxD frames interaction design in global terms. It builds on the growing interconnected-ness of science, technology, philosophy, and politics. It responds to changes on a global scale that urgently demand…




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