The changing face of human-computer interaction in the age of ubiquitous computing

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Rogers, Yvonne;

HCI is reinventing itself. No longer only about being user centered, it has set its sights on pastures new, embracing a much broader and far-reaching set of interests. From emotional, eco-friendly, embodied experiences to context, constructivism and culture, HCI researc... View more
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