Empathy and experience in HCI

@inproceedings{Wright2008EmpathyAE,
  title={Empathy and experience in HCI},
  author={Peter C. Wright and John C. McCarthy},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2008}
}
For a decade HCI researchers and practitioners have been developing methods, practices and designs 'for the full range of human experience'. On the one hand, a variety of approaches to design, such as aesthetic, affective, and ludic that emphasize particular qualities and contexts of experience and particular approaches to intervening in interactive experience have become focal. On the other, a variety of approaches to understanding users and user experience, based on narrative, biography, and… CONTINUE READING
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