DYNAMIC HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN: REINVENTING DESIGN PHILOSOPHIES FOR ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
Te-Wei Ho1, Timothy Wei2, Jing-Ming Wu1, and Feipei Lai345,
1National Taiwan University Hospital and National Taiwan University College of Medicine, Taiwan, 2University of California San Diego, USA and
3,4,5National Taiwan University, Taiwan
As technology becomes more advanced and saturated in various industries, the role of design becomes equally significant. Traditionally, human-centered design (HCD) has been the main creative approach for the design decisions in numerous applications. However, the role of HCD within the technology raises concerns. This paper examines the design philosophy of the HCD in parallel with rising technologies, specifically artificial intelligence and machine learning systems, and explores the implications of utilizing a more dynamic approach. With HCD, much of the considerations are determined through user research; the dynamic HCD approach is introduced to accommodate the different units of analysis presented by advanced technologies to create more streamlined designs that support and accelerate technological innovation.
Human-computer interaction, human-centered design, artificial intelligence