Yue Pan, Erik Stolterman
Today HCI research is quite established as an academic field, with its own conferences and journals. It is still a young research field that during its evolution has been strongly influenced by science-driven disciplines such as psychology, cognitive science, and computer science. At the same time, aspects that can be seen as more difficult to research in a traditionally scientific way, such as user experience, aesthetics, design thinking, strategic thinking, and so on, have emerged and spread across the HCI academic and industry communities. Another such emerging thread can be captured with the notion of fashion. Recent research on…
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