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Detweiler, C.A. (author)
One of the more notable technologies to enter and affect everyday life is information and communication technology (ICT). Since the twentieth century, ICTs have had a considerable impact on many aspects of everyday life. This impact on individuals and society is rarely neutral; ICTs can have both desirable and undesirable consequences — ethical...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Pommeranz, A. (author), Detweiler, C.A. (author), Wiggers, P. (author), Jonker, C.M. (author)
The impact of ubiquitous technology and social media on our lives is rapidly increasing. We explicitly need to consider personal values affected or violated by these systems. Value-sensitive design can guide a designer in building systems that account for human values. However, the framework lacks clear steps to guide elicitation of stakeholders...
conference paper 2011
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O'Kane, A.A. (author), Detweiler, C.A. (author), Pommeranz, A. (author)
Trust as a factor in the design of interactive technologies is a relatively new research subject, and this paper provides the perspective from new interaction designers and developers on their views and experience with the use of trust in the design and evaluation of technology. A survey was sent out and answered by participants in their early...
conference paper 2011