HCI and Design in the Context of Dementia

Rens Brankaert (Redaktør) ; Gail Kenning (Redaktør)

Old age is currently the greatest risk factor for developing dementia. Since older people make up a larger portion of the population than ever before, the resulting increase in the incidence of dementia presents a major challenge for society. Les mer
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Old age is currently the greatest risk factor for developing dementia. Since older people make up a larger portion of the population than ever before, the resulting increase in the incidence of dementia presents a major challenge for society. Dementia is complex and multifaceted and impacts not only the person with the diagnosis but also those caring for them and society as a whole.



Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) design and development are pivotal in enabling people with dementia to live well and be supported in the communities around them. HCI is increasingly addressing the need for inclusivity and accessibility in the design and development of new technologies, interfaces, systems, services, and tools. Using interdisciplinary approaches HCI engages with the complexities and 'messiness' of real-world design spaces to provide novel perspectives and new ways of addressing the challenge of dementia and multi-stakeholder needs.



HCI and Design in the Context of Dementia brings together the work of international experts, designers and researchers working across disciplines. It provides methodologies, methods and frameworks, approaches to participatory engagement and case studies showing how technology can impact the lives of people living with dementia and those around them. It includes examples of how to conduct dementia research and design in-context in the field of HCI, ethically and effectively and how these issues transcend the design space of dementia to inform HCI design and technology development more broadly. The book is valuable for and aimed at designers, researchers, scholars and caregivers that work with vulnerable groups like people with dementia, and those directly impacted.



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Introduction: Framing in Context.- Section 1: Inclusion and Recognition in the Context of Dementia.- Reciprocal Design.- Warm Technology:A Novel Perspective on design for and with People Living with Dementia.- Personalization and Compassionate Design.- Making Spaces for Uncertainty.- Approaches for Authentic Engagement: Younger Onset Dementia.- Section 2: Design Approaches in the Context of Dementia.- Against Dedicated Methods: Relational Expertise in Participatory Design with People with Dementia.- Materializing Personhood.- Design-led Perspectives.- Prospective Memory Failure in Dementia: Understanding and Designing to Support.- Intuitive Interaction Framework in User-Product Interaction for People Living with Dementia.- Using the TUNGSTEN Approach to Co-design DataDay: A Self-management App for Dementia.- Section 3: Design and Experience in the Context of Dementia.- Assistive Media for Wellbeing.- Exploring Everyday Sounds in Dementia: Practical Guidelines for Interactive Workshops.- Colour Design and Dementia: Harnessing HCI to Improve Environmental Visual Literacy,- Sharing a Virtual World with People living with Dementia.- Bridging the Gap: Design for Intergenerational Engagement in Dementia Care.- Section 4: Design in the Field: In the Context of Dementia.- Designing Sentic: Participatory Design with People Living with Dementia.- Insights from an Exergame-based Training System for People with Dementia and their Caregivers.- Working with Experts with Experience: Charting Co-design in the Development of HCI-based Design.- Using Design to Engage Stakeholders to Explore the quality of Life with Families Living with Dementia.- Supportive Technologies for People with Dementia: a Closer Look into an Interdisciplinary Field.- Epilogue; Where From and Where Next? - HCI and Design in the Context of Dementia