Biju Thankachan, Sumita Sharma, Tom Gross, Deepak Akkil, Markku Turunen, Shruti Mehrotra, Mangesh Ashrit
When Bono of the iconic rock band U2 composed the song "Where the Streets Have No Name," he believed it was possible to identify a person's religion and income based on their street address. In this article, we discuss neither religion nor income. Instead, we share our experiences of conducting a field trip in Dharavi, Mumbai, as HCI researchers with a focus on designing interactive solutions for the people living there, the users. The title of this article represents two things: First, streets inside Dharavi actually do not have names; and second, the title relates to the terms and…
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