AffecTech in the spotlight at Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) conference in Hong Kong

AffecTech was proud to have a presence at this year’s Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) conference in Hong Kong, which this year had a central theme of tackling diversity in design, asking questions such as how can applications and technologies be designed to address diversity?

AffecTech team members made several contributions to DIS 2018 including: Dynamic Displays at Wrist for Real Time Visualization of Affective Data (Contribution in Book/Report/Proceedings: Conference contribution). Of the latter AffecTech researcher Umair Muhammad also presented a poster of his work:

Other team AffecTech contributions were: Designing for Self-Regulation from both Pragmatic and Critical Design Lenses (Contribution in Book/Report/Proceedings: Paper). More here:

Also: Exploring Self-Defining Memories in Old Age and their Digital Cues, (Contribution in Book/Report/Proceedings: Conference contribution). More here.

Also: Designing for Self-Management of Affective Disorders from Ethics of Care Approach (Contribution in Book/Report/Proceedings: Conference contribution). More here.

 

About AffecTech

AffecTech is established with support from the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) via the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 (H2020) research and innovation programme. AffecTech is a European Innovative Training Network funded under Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 722022.