Springboards into design : exploring multiple representations of interaction in a dental surgery
Campbell, Brett, Cederman-Haysom, Tim, Donovan, Jared, & Brereton, Margot (2003) Springboards into design : exploring multiple representations of interaction in a dental surgery. In Viller, Stephen & Wyeth, Peta (Eds.) 2003 Australasian Computer Human Interaction Conference, 26 - 28 November 2003, Brisbane, Queensland,.
This paper demonstrates that in order to understand and design for interactions in complex work environments, a variety of representational artefacts must be developed and employed. A study was undertaken to explore the design of better interaction technologies to support patient record keeping in a dental surgery. The domain chosen is a challenging real context that exhibits problems that could potentially be solved by ubiquitous computing and multi-modal interaction technologies. Both transient and durable representations were used to develop design understandings. We describe the representations, the kinds of insights developed from the representations and the way that the multiple representations interact and carry forward in the design process.
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