The Interaction-Attention Continuum : Considering Various Levels of Human Attention in Interaction Design

@inproceedings{Bakker2016TheIC,
  title={The Interaction-Attention Continuum : Considering Various Levels of Human Attention in Interaction Design},
  author={Saskia Bakker and Karin Niemantsverdriet},
  year={2016}
}
Over two decades ago, Weiser (1991) set out his influential vision for the 21st century in which computers of all sizes and functions are integrated in the everyday environment. In recent decades, the presence of computing technology in everyday environments has rapidly increased and much of Weiser’s vision has turned into reality, seeing digital technology integrated into many devices from door knobs to mobile touchscreen enabled devices. Nowadays, the digital world is omnipresent and… CONTINUE READING

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