Extending Concepts of Tourism and Place for HCI and Design Research

Mads Bødker, David Browning

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    Resumé

    Increasingly numerous mobile digital devices, a proliferation of information infrastructure and services, and the adoption of social networking technologies have seen a more integrated, continuous use of IT by tourists. Some aspects of this is reflected in the HCI and design literature, there being no lack of technical concepts for ubiquitous, pervasive and ambient technologies for tourism put forward.
    We outline theories of tourism and the tourist intending to provoke a deeper designerly enquiry into the role of digital interactive technologies in tourism. We suggest that designing for tourism should include more holistic notions of shaping cultural identities rather than being primarily oriented towards the provision of tourist-information or to satisfy requirements for digital technologies and services
    aimed at tourists.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    Publikationsdato2012
    Antal sider6
    StatusUdgivet - 2012
    BegivenhedCHI 2012 Workshop – Heritage Matters : Designing for Current and Future Values through Digital and Social Technologies - Austin, USA
    Varighed: 6 maj 20126 maj 2012
    http://heritagematterschi2012.blogspot.dk/

    Workshop

    WorkshopCHI 2012 Workshop – Heritage Matters
    LandUSA
    ByAustin
    Periode06/05/201206/05/2012
    Internetadresse

    Bibliografisk note

    CBS Bibliotek har ikke adgang til materialet

    Emneord

    • Tourism
    • Tourist
    • Design
    • Design making
    • Experience
    • Heritage
    • Geopgraphy
    • Theory

    Citer dette

    Bødker, M., & Browning, D. (2012). Extending Concepts of Tourism and Place for HCI and Design Research. Afhandling præsenteret på CHI 2012 Workshop – Heritage Matters , Austin, USA.
    Bødker, Mads ; Browning, David. / Extending Concepts of Tourism and Place for HCI and Design Research. Afhandling præsenteret på CHI 2012 Workshop – Heritage Matters , Austin, USA.6 s.
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