On Speculative Enactments

  title={On Speculative Enactments},
  author={Chris Elsden and David J. Chatting and Abigail C. Durrant and Andrew Garbett and Bettina Nissen and John Vines and David S. Kirk},
Speculative Enactments are a novel approach to speculative design research with participants. They invite the empirical analysis of participants acting amidst speculative but consequential circumstances. HCI as a broadly pragmatic, experience-centered, and participant-focused field is well placed to innovate methods that invite first-hand interaction and experience with speculative design projects. We discuss three case studies of this approach in practice, based on our own work: Runner… CONTINUE READING
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