Understanding Long-Term Interactions with a Slow Technology: an Investigation of Experiences with FutureMe

@inproceedings{Odom2015UnderstandingLI,
  title={Understanding Long-Term Interactions with a Slow Technology: an Investigation of Experiences with FutureMe},
  author={William Odom},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2015}
}
Emerging over a decade ago, slow technology is a design philosophy aimed at supporting experiences of reflection through and on technology in everyday life. Recent research has suggested that slow technologies can open up new forms of interaction with digital content that support self-reflection and re-visitation of the past. However, little work has investigated people's long-term interactions with systems that embody this design strategy. To investigate, a qualitative study with 31… CONTINUE READING
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