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Exploring design concepts for sharing experiences through digital photography

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Exploring design concepts for sharing experiences through digital photography
In this research, we aim to explore meaningful design directions for future photography applications with a focus on the experiences around sharing. We review a wide-rage of photo-related applications, extracting emerging patterns of different photo-related interactions to inform a framework for their discussion. We extract two themes from the first stage of our analysis: contextual annotation and tangible representation, and then examine interesting application ideas around those themes. We categorize design ideas into four groups: augmentation of photo taking, editing as creating new memories, building new social networks through photo sharing, and tangible representation to mediate intimacy. Finally, we present user reactions to our design ideas. In addition to providing a framework for describing different photography applications, this work provides an example of an integrative approach to designing new sharing experiences through digital photography.
Heekyoung Jung, Kay Connelly
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Updated 14 Aug 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Where DPPI
Authors Heekyoung Jung, Kay Connelly
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