Show simple item record Stolterman, Erik Wiltse, Heather Chen, Siyu Lewandowski, Vincent Pak, Leo 2012-04-13T12:12:29Z 2012-04-13T12:12:29Z 2012
dc.description.abstract The underlying motivation for our research is the need for a deeper understanding of human-computer interaction that can speak to the increasingly varied and intricate forms of interactivity and interfaces that are present in everyday life. With this purpose in mind we have examined and ‘tested’ an already existing theoretical framework on interaction complexity. We have done this by applying an analytical, artifactist methodological approach. Our studies have led to both support and criticism of the existing framework, and allowed us to develop and extend it further. Our conclusion is that an artifactist approach has potential and that there is much to explore and learn by studying interaction and interactivity based on such an approach. en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.publisher Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing en
dc.relation.ispartofseries Technical Report Number: HCID-2012-002
dc.relation.ispartofseries Human-Computer Interaction Design (HCI/d) Program
dc.subject HCI en
dc.subject interfaces en
dc.subject complexity en
dc.subject interaction design en
dc.title Analyzing Artifact Interaction Complexity en
dc.type Technical Report en

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