The Screenface: Interfacial Issues of Mediating Interaction
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Computer-mediated environments have become a core feature of work and learning environments. The screenface furthers the understanding of the ways in which individuals interact with others and indeed with the artefact, the computer. While interface design standardises the kinds of interaction available, individuals negotiate their interaction with the computer in highly individualistic ways. This paper describes an alternate view of appropriation of technology by individuals which takes into account the multiple ways the individuals work with technology.
Proceedings of the Qualitative Research in IT & IT in Qualitative Research
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