A. Henderson, Kate Ehrlick
This column is the second half of an essay that I started in the last issue. There I argued that when I think casually about people working with technology, I often instinctively choose a rather narrow view of that activitythe simple case of a person successfully operating the technology. However, from years of experience with design of various kinds, I know that this view of technology in use is too narrow in many ways. Instead I know I must attend to and design for a much broader range of activities. Over the years, as part of scientific studies and…
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