An Architecturally Situated Approach to Place-based Mobile Interaction Design

@inproceedings{Wiberg2005AnAS,
  title={An Architecturally Situated Approach to Place-based Mobile Interaction Design},
  author={Mikael Wiberg},
  year={2005}
}
Today we can witness a trend within the area of CSCW towards design of smart environments, ubiquitous information landscapes, and location-based services. However, although all these efforts made concerns the blending of design of our physical surrounding with information technology and although we have learned from the field of environmental psychology that places shape human behavior there has so far been few attempts made to explore the role of physical places in the shaping of everyday… CONTINUE READING

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