Automation Space: Towards a Design Space for Everyday Automation

Jessica Bongard, Matthias Baldauf, Peter Fröhlich

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No longer only experts are confronted with (semi-)automated systems, yet automation has founds its way into our everyday lifes in various forms and applications. In this paper, we introduce our ongoing work towards a design space for "Everyday Automation" to uncover the dimensions of respective approaches, identify research gaps and promising future applications as well as to allow for transferring experiences and knowledge between different types of automated systems. Based on a literature review, we derived first dimensions for such a dedicated design space, such as the domain, the task type, the type of user interaction, and the automation level. For a visual presentation of this "Automation Space", we propose a so-called morphological box which might provide a suitable tool for overviewing the diverse manifestations of automation in everyday life and for supporting ideation of novel approaches.
TitelWorkshop proceedings Automation Experience across Domains
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2020
VeranstaltungWorkshop "Automation Experience across Domains" in conjunction with CHI2020 -
Dauer: 26 Apr. 2020 → …


KonferenzWorkshop "Automation Experience across Domains" in conjunction with CHI2020
Zeitraum26/04/20 → …

Research Field

  • Ehemaliges Research Field - Capturing Experience


  • Automation; design space; automation domain; automation level


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