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Presentation about how Interaction Design can play a role in avoiding stigmatisation.

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    • Avoiding stigmatisation What is the role of (interaction) design? Lars Oestreicher Dept. of Information Technology Uppsala University LarsOe@it.uu.se (Paintings by Mahmood Azadnia, Mashad, Iran)Monday, March 11, 13
    • Impairments and stigmatisationMonday, March 11, 13
    • Stigmatisation • Goffman, Erving (1963), Stigma • A feature that distinguishes people from ”normality” • Generally a degrading notion • Generates an exclusionMonday, March 11, 13
    • • Stigmatisation can be due to: • The physical signs of impairments • The social effects of impairments • The effects from supportive devices • Social exclusion (rules, categorisation)Monday, March 11, 13
    • Rules can exclude...Monday, March 11, 13
    • Bad design too...Monday, March 11, 13
    • Bad interaction design?Monday, March 11, 13
    • Three Projects • POTT - Personal Object Tag Tracking • Dynamic Maps for the Blind • Personal Information Centers - smartphonesMonday, March 11, 13
    • A general observation • Many special solutions make people feel stigmatised • Maps for blind people • ”Keyfinders” for people with slight dementia • Interface solutions for blind people • Special solutions for physically impairedMonday, March 11, 13
    • Special solutionMonday, March 11, 13
    • Avoiding stigmatisation • Approaching ”normalcy” • Special designs are made into normal ones • Adapting special technology • Making the unnormal normal • Increasing visibility • Avoiding bad, stigmatising solutionsMonday, March 11, 13
    • (Interaction) Design • Simple solutions for everyone • Avoiding special solutions • Making the special solutions normalMonday, March 11, 13
    • Well-known knowledge • Perception and Information channels • Physical and Psychological strengths and weaknesses • Social interaction • Attitudes and self-imageMonday, March 11, 13
    • Project conclusions • Personal solutions are vital, adapt interaction to the needs • Avoid ”special” solutions, make the normal solutions fit • Use unobtrusive but efficient communication channels • Move interaction close to the userMonday, March 11, 13
    • Design for emotional interaction?Monday, March 11, 13