Abdullah Safir, Nusrat Mim, S. Haque, Syed Ahmed
In pursuing human-centered design, we know we need to build sensitivity around people's unique situations. Turning our attention to people's regional and global movements, we come to see that this involves much more than building productive and enjoyable consumer devices. It is about understanding how technologies might entangle with how people sustain themselves—how they live their lives—in ways that cohere to their faiths and belief systems. In this article, we show how the forced movement of people from rural to urban areas of Bangladesh places them in challenging situations, and we begin to think about where technology can play…
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