Feminism and interaction design

@inproceedings{Bardzell2011FeminismAI,
  title={Feminism and interaction design},
  author={Shaowen Bardzell and Elizabeth F. Churchill and Jeffrey Bardzell and Jodi Forlizzi and Rebecca E. Grinter and Deborah G. Tatar},
  booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts},
  year={2011}
}
This workshop is aimed at exploring the issues at the intersection of feminist thinking and human computer interaction. Both feminism and HCI have made important contributions to social science in the past several decades, but though their potential for overlap seem high, they have not engaged each other directly until recently. In this workshop we will explore diverse--and contentious--ways that feminist perspectives can support user research, design ideation and problem framing, sketching and… CONTINUE READING

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