Department of IT Management, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
After the tutorial, the participants should be able to:
This tutorial provides the participant with a platform for theorizing about socio-technical HCI . The platform is used to present design cases that illustrates design of socio-technical relations, provides specific advice for researchers, consultants, and policy makers, and reflects on open issues. The main benefits of the platform include that it meets the requirement of taking both the social and the technical into account, while focusing strongly on the relations between the social and the technical. The tutorial teach how to use such a multi-sided platform for theorizing about socio-technical HCI and work design in the digital age.
HCI researchers, UX Consultants, and Policy makers with an interest in socio-technical approaches to HCI
Torkil Clemmensen is a professor at the Department of Digitalization, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. His research interest is in psychology as a science of design. His research focus on cultural- psychological perspectives on usability, user experience, and digitalization of work. He contributes to Human-Computer Interaction, Design, and Information Systems.
IFIP TC 13.6 Human Work Interaction Design