HCI & sustainable food culture : a design framework for engagement
Choi, Jaz Hee-jeong & Blevis, Eli (2010) HCI & sustainable food culture : a design framework for engagement. In Proceedings of the 6th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Extending Boundaries, ACM, Reykjavik, Iceland, pp. 113-117.
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The current food practices around the world raises concerns for food insecurity in the future. Urban / suburban / and peri-urban environments are particularly problematic in their segregation from rural areas where the natural food sources are grown and harvested. Soaring urban population growth only deteriorates the lack of understanding in and access to fresh produce for the people who live, work, and play in the city. This paper explores the role of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) design in encouraging individual users to participate in creating sustainable food cultures in urban environments. The paper takes a disciplinary perspective of urban informatics and presents five core constituents of the HCI design framework to encourage sustainable food culture in the city via ubiquitous technologies: the perspective of transdisciplinarity; the domains of interest of people, place, and technology; and the perspective of design.
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