(October 28, 2011) Daniel Fallman discusses the first two waves of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) including Albert Borgmann's device paradigm and Don Idhe's non-neutrality of the technology-mediated experience. Dr Fallman also explores the moral and ethical responsibilities of designers and introduces his own Design of Engaging Information Technology (DEIT) project.
Stanford School of Engineering:
Stanford CS547 Human-Computer Interaction Seminar
Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
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