This paper introduces information offload as a supplement way of responding to and designing for information. By presenting iFlush, a design concept aiming at providing the user with a possibility to offload information and then instantly dispose of it, the paper presents an approach towards designing for reflection and also serves as a critique towards information overload. Furthermore, the absence of reflection on the role played by HCI community in the constant augmenting of all spaces is addressed.
4th Decennial Conference on Critical Computing: Between Sense and Sensibility, Cc 2005 Proceedings (aarhus, Denmark August 20-24, 2005), 2005, p. 161-164
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Critical Computing: Between sense and sensibility, 2005