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Mobile in Africa: Doing HCI Differently in the...





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Published on Oct 8, 2007

Google Tech Talks
May 4, 2007


Using Case studies and examples, this talk looks at the challenges of applying standard HCI techniques in a developing world context. We look at how HCI can have a fantastic impact on communities in the developing world, but there is still some way to go in understanding how HCI can best benefit the developing world.

Speaker: Gary Marsden

Gary Marsden is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer
Science, University of Cape Town, South Africa. He completed his
Ph.D. work at Stirling University in 1998. He now teaches computer
science and HCI. Besides his academic interests in designing
interaction for mobile computers including cell...


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