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052760 - PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOP
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PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOP: Undefined self. Designing for ambiguity in self-tracking data representation. Prof.ssa Sara Colombo Wearable sensors and systems for self-tracking are becoming pervasive and represent a fast-growing field of research and practice at the intersection of design, HCI, data science, and IoT. Such systems also raise questions about ethical and social aspects connected to their widespread use, such as risks related to the digital and quantified self and the impact of personal data representation on self-perception and behavior. The current approach to personal data visualization by self-tracking devices is mostly based on screen-based interfaces, quantitative data, numbers, and graphs, which strive to convey an objective and univocal representation of personal data. However, this approach has shortcomings due to the inner presence of ambiguity in the data selection and visualization (on the designers’ side), perception and sense-making (on the user’s side).
In this workshop, you will explore new design paths for the next generation of data visualizations for self-tracking systems, by using ambiguity as a design lever and inspiration. You will generate either market-oriented solutions or speculative, critical, and explorative artifacts aimed at representing personal data and reflecting on their impacts on users. We encourage the design of innovative, ground-breaking, and thought-provoking sensory and tangible/physical artifacts, including dynamic on-body and multi-sensory data representations.
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