Verena Fuchsberger, Marta Dziabiola, Azur Mešić, Daniel Nørskov, Ralf Vetter
The fields of human-computer interaction and interaction design are always changing. Technology is pervading every aspect of human life and body, and intelligence is becoming distributed among humans and nonhumans; individuals, society, and technology are intermingling at what feels like a remarkably quick pace, requiring designers and design researchers alike to constantly anticipate and question these developments. At the same time, scholars are inquiring into and theoretically describing these changes, be it in terms of HCI waves, paradigms, or turns. As part of a lecture on "HCI Theory and Paradigms," a group of international students in a newly established…
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