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Designing Augmented Refrigerator Magnets

@inproceedings{Eardley2005DesigningAR,
  title={Designing Augmented Refrigerator Magnets},
  author={Rachel Eardley and Laurel M. Swan and Abigail Sellen and Alex S. Taylor and Steve Hodges and Ken Wood and Lyndsay Williams},
  year={2005}
}
Seeking to orient the presented concepts around people’s established practices in the home, we have adopted a particular design philosophy; one of less is more [2]. Underpinning this philosophy is a motivation to design the interactions with computational artifacts to be intelligible by keeping their means of operation simple and, as far as possible, visible [see 1]. Using this approach, more functionally rich solutions are made possible by designing the artifacts so that they can be combined… Expand
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