The Politics of Interaction Design: Globalization, Cognition, and Culture

In this May 2002 research article by Sarah Berry-Flint, she concludes, "creative participation by endusers of technology is often seen as a threat by developers rather than a force to be designed for. The best hope for the future of usable technology, however, is the rejection of top-down, scientific design theory and the recognition of culturally-situated and creative end-users as the source of real knowledge about how to make interactive media work." Read the paper...(PDF document)

Posted by seralat at 11:05 AM on January 20, 2003
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