Human Computer Interaction and Human-Centered Development Research Group (INTERACT)

Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering

The roots of the group are in Human-Computer Interaction, European Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, Participatory Design, and Activity Theory research communities. The research group focuses on understanding and supporting participatory design, user-centered design, value co-creation, user driven innovation and human interaction in IT based services in divergent everyday life contexts. INTERACT acknowledges that IT has become intertwined and embedded in all parts of our everyday life, including leisure and civic activity, thereby establishing new forms of participation and design.

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Dr. Arto Lanamäki,


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