Establishing criteria of rigour and relevance in interaction design research

@article{Fallman2010EstablishingCO,
  title={Establishing criteria of rigour and relevance in interaction design research},
  author={Daniel Fallman and Erik Stolterman},
  journal={Digital Creativity},
  year={2010},
  volume={21},
  pages={265-272}
}
Interaction design research has rapidly evolved into a unique discipline embracing practicing professionals, design educators, and academic researchers. As with many evolving disciplines, attracting attention from a large number of people with different backgrounds, interests, and ways of seeing tends to cause ‘disciplinary anxiety’, which inevitably leads to the question of what constitutes ‘good research’. What is rigorous and relevant interaction design research? How do we recognize and… CONTINUE READING
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