Designing for emergent interactions:

Strategies for encouraging emergent user behaviour & serendipitous research findings

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In this paper, we discuss emergent interactions as a design strategy in the context of cultural museum exhibitions and how we can use these strategies to be more open to serendipitous findings in research. We propose that emergent narratives can be transferred to the design of interactive exhibitions, and thereby removing the constraints and open use situations for more personalized, and potentially structure-breaking user experiences. Whereas much research in accidental discoveries in design focus on discovery in the design process, we propose the same accidental discoveries might be transferred as design strategies aimed at the end-users themselves making emergent interactions that can inspire serendipitous discoveries in research and design. As such, we ask the research question if we can leverage serendipitous findings from the design process to create the potential for emergent interactions for the user?
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelThe Design Journal : Proceedings of the 13th European Academy of Design Conference
Antal sider15
Vol/bind22
Publikationsdatoapr. 2019
Udgave1
Sider1807-1820
ISBN (Trykt)1460-6925
ISBN (Elektronisk)1756-3062
StatusUdgivet - apr. 2019
BegivenhedEuropean Academy of Design Conference 2019: Running with Scissors - Dundee, Storbritannien
Varighed: 8 apr. 201912 apr. 2019
Konferencens nummer: 13
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KonferenceEuropean Academy of Design Conference 2019
Nummer13
LandStorbritannien
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Periode08/04/201912/04/2019
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Madsen, K. M., & Vistisen, P. (2019). Designing for emergent interactions: Strategies for encouraging emergent user behaviour & serendipitous research findings. I The Design Journal: Proceedings of the 13th European Academy of Design Conference (1 udg., Bind 22, s. 1807-1820)
Madsen, Kristina Maria ; Vistisen, Peter. / Designing for emergent interactions: Strategies for encouraging emergent user behaviour & serendipitous research findings. The Design Journal: Proceedings of the 13th European Academy of Design Conference. Bind 22 1. udg. 2019. s. 1807-1820
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