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The Novelty Effect in Large Display Deployments – Experiences and Lessons-Learned for Evaluating Prototypes (conference_proceedings)


Erscheinungsjahr: 2018

Author(s): Koch, Michael; von Luck, Kai; Schwarzer, Jan; Draheim, Susanne

Abstract:

This exploratory paper addresses the novelty effect in large display field deployments by combining findings from both the existing body of knowledge and our own research. We found that the novelty effect is prevalently present on two occasions: (a) immediately after a new system is deployed in a new environment, and (b) in reoccurring situations, when changes are made to an existing system. Both instances share similarities such as a system’s higher usage during a particular time frame. However, we also observed that their individual reasons to occur are multifaceted. The present work’s main contribution is twofold. Firstly, the paper outlines related literature regarding the novelty effect, particularly in CSCW and HCI. Secondly, the paper illustrates the effect’s complex nature and suggests explicit means that should be considered in related research endeavors.

Full reference:

Koch, M., von Luck, K., Schwarzer, J., & Draheim, S. (2018). The Novelty Effect in Large Display Deployments – Experiences and Lessons-Learned for Evaluating Prototypes. In Proc. 16th European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work. European Society for Socially Embedded Technologies (EUSSET). doi:10.18420/ecscw2018_3

Keywords:

Ambient Surfaces, CommunityMirror, field deployments, large displays, novelty effect, public displays

Tags:

!novelty effect, #evaluation, communitymirrors, urbanlifeplus

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DOI: 10.18420/ecscw2018_3

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