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After careful consideration, the Programme Committee has decided not to accept the below submission at this time. Thank you to the author(s) for participating in the Wikimania 2014 programme submission, we hope to still see you at Wikimania this August.

Submission no. 9018
A Blended Approach for Interaction Atmosphere
presentation
Antonella Varesano
lelllavaresano@gmail.com
Lellalullamae
Italy
Udine University
www.newmedialab.org
Abstract

My aim is to propose a blending approach called Interaction Atmosphere for further interface application like digital ambient and mobile devices. We use the term interaction atmosphere as a results of classical aspects historically introduced by Interaction Design (form, content, behavior) plus others new elements previously studied by us (creativity, inferences and emotions) more related to cultural and emotional aspect which we would like to deeply detect during new research. This a theoretical paper with the goal to make experimental lessons in order to understand if, during the interaction, the decisions processes triggered by visual interfaces should be improved by a positive ‘interaction atmosphere’ which is a results of some factors (cultural, emotional and natural). In 2010 we already did a series of creative lessons described as follows but of course more accurate experiments and evaluations are required in order to obtained a successful blending design style.

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  • WikiCulture & Community
  • Technology, Interface & Infrastructure
  • Education Outreach
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30 minutes
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