1 Digital Culture and Mobile Communication, The Department2 Culture, Aesthetics, Organisations and Society, The Department3 Computer Games and Interaction Design, The Department4 Interaction Design, Software & Systems, The Department5 Digital Culture, Software & Systems, The Department
How Digital Icons Can Transform the Way We Interact With Information
This paper challenges the way we currently use and interact with information through digital icons and static metaphors. The latest computer and mobile devices’ graphical user interfaces need to be reevaluated in order to support the paradigm shift from static and local to mobile and cloud-based interactions. Furthermore this paper questions the lingering of static icons used in computers, mobile and tablet interfaces. The paper also presents concrete suggestions on how expanding the functionality of digital icons can better afford how users interact with information.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2013, p. 611-619