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Sustainable interaction design: invention & disposal, renewal & reuse
- Eli Blevis
- 29 April 2007
A rubric for understanding the material effects of particular interaction design cases in terms of forms of use, reuse, and disposal, and several principles to guide Sustainable Interaction Design (SID) are proposed.
Understanding why we preserve some things and discard others in the context of interaction design
This paper takes up the problem of understanding why the authors preserve some things passionately and discard others without thought, and describes the theoretical implications and findings of the personal inventories work in terms of implications for the design of digital artifice in a manner that is more durable.
Energy aware dwelling: a critical survey of interaction design for eco-visualizations
This paper provides a critical survey of several noteworthy EVs and classifies them in terms of scale and contexts of use and describes feedback types and use-contexts for classifying EVs and strategies for designing effective EVs.
Understanding and Mitigating the Effects of Device and Cloud Service Design Decisions on the Environmental Footprint of Digital Infrastructure
This paper performs a critical analysis of current design practice with regard to interactive services, and shows how user-centered design principles induce environmental impacts in different ways, and combine with technical and business drivers to drive growth of the infrastructure through a reinforcing feedback cycle.
What Instills Trust? A Qualitative Study of Phishing
- M. Jakobsson, Alex Tsow, Ankur Shah, Eli Blevis, Youn-kyung Lim
- Computer ScienceFinancial Cryptography
- 12 February 2007
A user study gauges reactions to a variety of common "trust indicators" - such as logos, third party endorsements, and padlock icons - over a selection of authentic and phishing stimuli to analysis of what makes phishing emails and web pages appear authentic.
Environmental sustainability and interaction
The goal of this SIG is to raise awareness of these issues in the CHI community and to start a conversation about the possibilities and responsibilities the authors have to address issues of sustainability.
Sustainable millennials: attitudes towards sustainability and the material effects of interactive technologies
The design and interprets the results of a survey of 435 undergraduate students concerning the attitudes of this mainly millennial population towards sustainability apropos of the material effects of information technologies yield key insights about understanding different notions of what it means to be successful in a material sense to this population.
How Deep Is Your Love : Deep Narratives of Ensoulment and Heirloom Status
This paper describes our ongoing research about what it takes to design things that can be ensouled or can achieve heirloom status as a matter related to sustainable design. This paper draws on res…
Design challenge based learning (DCBL) and sustainable pedagogical practice
- Eli Blevis
- 1 May 2010
After much experimentation, beginning last fall, I was finally able to translate my concerns into a pedagogical paradigm that appears to work well and has evolved from my practice and thinking as much or more than it has evolve from specific scholarship about teaching and learning.
Sustainable Interaction Design : Invention & Disposal , Renewal
- Eli Blevis
This paper presents the perspective that sustainability can and should be a central focus of interaction design—a perspective that is termed Sustainable Interaction Design (SID). As a starting point…