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Designing for Data Legibility, Negotiability and Agency in Personal Data Driven Media Experiences

What : International Workshop held at the ACM international conference for research in Interactive Media Experiences ( ACM IMX ).

Where : Barcelona, Spain.

When : 17 -19 June, 2020.

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

About

 

Novel media experiences are currently witnessing a shift towards personal data leverage whichis helping produce highly customised content that is relevant and relatable to the audiences. But while personal data affords many capabilities for media service enhancement, it simultaneously introduces a number of socio-technical challenges into the scheme. Concepts such as data legibility, negotiability and agency could be useful in addressing some of these challenges. Nevertheless, the contextualisation of these principles within the scope of media and exploration of design measures within this spaceremains an active challenge. This workshop aims to explorethis space by bringing together media enthusiasts, designers and researchers in order to help clarify these contextualised definitions and apply them by looking into practical design responses to these challenges.

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Aims and Objectives

 

Understanding how data legibility, negotiability and agency manifests in the context of media experiences

 

Ground and contextualise what these terms mean within the scope of media experiences by deriving definitions that help apply these principles effectively into the everyday practical design of media experiences. 

Exploring design possibilities for inclusion of data legibility, negotiability and agency within media experiences

 

Using the derived definitions of data legibility, negotiability and agency within media experiences to explore practical applications of design recommendations and design suggestions that could be adopted by designers, media creatives and researchers in the future.

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Participation

 
If you are interested in participating in the workshop, kindly complete the following form and click on submit.

Note : In order to participate in the workshop you would be required to purchase a full conference registration.

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Important Dates

 

Deadline for participants’ expression of interest: 17th February 2020
Deadline for notifying participants: 17th April 2020

Workshop at conference: 17th June 2020

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

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Workshop Chairs

 

Neelima Sailaja

Mixed Reality Laboratory, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom

Derek McAuley

Horizon Digital Economy Hub, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom

Adrian Gradinar

Imagination Lancaster, University of Lancaster, Lancaster, United Kingdom

Paul Coulton

Imagination Lancaster, University of Lancaster, Lancaster, United Kingdom

Rhianne Jones

BBC R&D, MediaCity UK, Salford, United Kingdom 

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Aims and Topics

Workshop Contact

 

For any enquiries regarding the workshop please contact :

Neelima Sailaja

Mixed Reality Laboratory,

University of Nottingham,

Nottingham,

United Kingdom.

Email : neelima.sailaja@nottingham.ac.uk

Twitter : @neelimasunil

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