Deconstructivist Design within HCI [chapter]

Michael Heidt, Andreas Bischof, Paul Rosenthal
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Every HCI artefact reproduces a specific stance towards its users. Influential within the academic sphere is the notion of a User-Centered-Design process. However, observing actual design practice renders the assumption of the centrality of users problematic. To this end, the text conducts an exploration of the relationship between discourse within the fields of HCI and architecture. A special focus are the formal expressions of deconstructivism within architecture and their potential counterparts within HCI design.
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-07668-3_12 fatcat:aeqe4gbjb5erjhbnh2ftfzn42a