Lost & Found Videothek Non-Ubiquitous Video Library for Serendipitous Retrieval of Movies. A Design Exploration for the Introduction of Folksonomy in the Physical Space

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Lost & Found Videothek Non-Ubiquitous Video Library for Serendipitous Retrieval of Movies. A Design Exploration for the Introduction of Folksonomy in the Physical Space

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Publication 1-year master student thesis
Title Lost & Found Videothek Non-Ubiquitous Video Library for Serendipitous Retrieval of Movies. A Design Exploration for the Introduction of Folksonomy in the Physical Space
Author Di Giovanni, Bianca
Date 2017
English abstract
Lost&Found Videothek is the concept for an interactive video library thought for users engaged in an exploratory research mode, in which content is organized according to a collaborative, subjective and implicit indexing system for the enhancement of serendipity. This idea was the result of a design-based research with a user-centered approach in the field of information retrieval. With the use of design methods such as heuristic UX evaluation, co-sketching, and other original design experiments, the project aimed at identifying the most valuable qualities of physical and digital libraries in order to integrate them within one retrieval system.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle
Pages 39
Language eng (iso)
Subject serendipity
movies
seeking behavior
chance encounters
beacon
interactive information retrieval
video library
knowledge environment
social innovation
sustainable technology
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