HCI for Development (HCI4D) lies at the intersection of Information Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D) and Human-computer Interaction (HCI). The mainstream HCI community creates user experiences for the developed-world consumer, while ICT4D is concerned about creating relevant technologies for developing nations. Their fusion—HCI4D—evolved and re-aligned goals to design user experiences for a new audience, namely populations living in contexts of low rates of telecom diffusion and digital literacy.
|Nithya Sambasivan, Nimmi Rangaswamy, Kentaro Toyama, Bonnie Nardi|
|2009 • HCI4D • human computer interaction • ICT4D • user experience|
|Featured • Pub: Article / Paper|