Eclipse: Eliciting the Subjective Qualities of Public Places

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Date created
2014
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Abstract
In this Pictorial we explain and describe Eclipse, a method aimed at eliciting subjective qualities of people’s experiences of and relationships with public places. Our method guides participants to sequentially explore their memories, sensations, sense of place, and stories related to a public place. Our goal is to present this method in a pictorial form to make it more concise and more easily usable by other interaction designers; in this, we want to depict the richness and qualities of the elicitations, and ultimately the subjective qualities of a public place.
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Wakkary, Ron; Desjardins, Audrey; Odom, Will; Hauser, Sabrina, & Aflatoony, Leila. Eclipse: Eliciting the Subjective Qualities of Public Places. Proceedings of the Designing Interactive Systems Conference (DIS '14), 151-160.
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Proceedings of the Designing Interactive Systems Conference (DIS '14)
Document title
Eclipse: Eliciting the Subjective Qualities of Public Places
Date
2014
First page
151
Last page
160
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Yes
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2014_DIS_Eclipse_Wakkary_vy-edited.pdf 8.22 MB