The workshop will show a great tool to do Social Experience Design: Social Usability and its associated checklist. After a brief introduction a hands-on tool will be proposed, the Social Usability Checklist, and direct experimentation will be conducted with open discussions and independent sketching.
Social Usability, like usability, is a quality attribute that assesses how easy social interactions are to make. The term “social usability” also refers to the methods for improving the ease of human-computer-human interactions during the design process. Social Usability is defined by four properties (RICE): relations, identity, communication, emergence of groups.
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