Designing a seasonality application to support urban agriculture practice
Lyle, Peter (2013) Designing a seasonality application to support urban agriculture practice. In Lyle, Peter, Choi, Jaz Hee-jeong, Lawson, Shaun, Lueg, Christopher, Chamberlain, Alan, Foth, Marcus, et al. (Eds.) Urban Agriculture: A Growing Field Of Research : Workshop at INTERACT 2013 – 14th IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, INTERACT 2013, Cape Town International Conference Centre, Cape Town, South Africa, pp. 17-20.
This position paper describes the work in progress towards the goal of building a technical prototype that enables users – those who have little or no knowledge and experience engaging in urban agriculture – to receive information personalised to their location and situation, and allow them to ask questions and share experiences with others. We describe the design process thus far, informed by a survey and a workshop with experts in the field, before concluding with the future direction of this work.
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