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Title: Designers' experience on the cloud
Authors: Naskova, J 
Issue Date: 2017
Source: C and C 2017 - Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGCHI Conference on Creativity and Cognition, 2017, p. 539-543
Abstract: This research started with a case study of Adobe DW. Based on it, a questionnaire was devised and distributed to thousand designers featured on Behance. Following were semi-structured interviews with subjects from different fields of design. Their experiences depend on the manner of use or 'strip of activity' of various Cloud based tools. Accordingly, the 'active agents' were segregated into three groups: designers, developers and artists. Goffman's frame analysis offered the solution to present each groups' experience as a distinctive frame. While evaluating designers' experiences on the Cloud, three distinctive frames were created: creative, technical and experimental. By the end of the research, the results will be compared to contemporary experience theories such as flow experience and technology acceptance theory. The final goal of this research is to evaluate how existing experience theories apply to Cloud based non-hedonistic systems.
Keywords: Cloud
Digital tools
Erving Goffman
Frame analysis
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinary
ISBN: 9781450344036
DOI: 10.1145/3059454.3078705
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