CHI2009 Interaction Criticism and Aesthetics

Below please find links to the paper and slides that I presented at CHI2009 in Boston on “Interaction Criticism and Aesthetics.” It was a great experience for me, and I hope this paper and these slides help us move HCI’s cultural agenda forward!

Paper (ACM digital library, subscription required)

Slides (PDF, 13 MB, no subscription–should download right away) UPDATE: This URL was dead for a while and has now been fixed.

Thanks to the many people who helped me with this!

About jeffreybardzell

Jeffrey Bardzell is Professor of Informatics and Director of the HCI/Design program in the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indiana University - Bloomington. His research foci include critical design, interaction criticism, research through design, and digital creativity, which he approaches from a perspective that reflects his background in the humanities.
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