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Best Practices for Designing Electronic Healthcare Devices and Services for the Elderly
i-com: Vol. 15, No. 1
Demographic change and associated shifts in the age structure lead to major challenges in health processes. One way to address this is to increase the use of telemedicine systems and services to ensure non-local yet individualized patient care, such as in rural areas. When considering new medical technology components, ...
The Individual in the Data — the Aspect of Personal Relevance in Designing Casual Data Visualisations
i-com: Vol. 16, No. 3
Over the last two decades, data visualisation has diffused into the broader realm of mass communication. Before this shift, tools and displays of data-driven geographic- and information visualisation were mostly used in expert contexts. By now, they are also used in casual contexts, for example on newspaper websites, ...
Storytelling as a Means to Transfer Knowledge via Narration
i-com: Vol. 14, No. 2
The following paper describes a new form of human-computer- / human-agent-interaction. Three scientific disciplines converge their knowledge about storytelling principles, pedagogical agent design and narrative structures to form an intuitive way of sharing information as well as transferring knowledge.
Digital Probes Kit
i-com: Vol. 17, No. 2
(Cultural) probes have been used in various software design projects and HCI contexts over the last years. With the ubiquity of smartphones today, there are new ways to design probes material as digital probes. Smartphones allow to document everyday life in situ in mobile contexts and provide a permanent channel for ...
Web Tracking Under the New Data Protection Law: Design Potentials at the Intersection of Jurisprudence and HCI
i-com: Vol. 19, No. 1
he GDPR regulates at present the handling with personal data fundamentally new and thereby opens new leeway. At the same time, it creates great uncertainty among those affected. One example of this is web tracking: It helps designers to improve the utility and usability of their websites based on, in part, extensive ...