SX (Socio-Cultural UX)

[Slides] In Search of Truth: At the Crossroad of Critical Theory and Technology in DesOps World B.B.Autonomus College, Chandikhol (2018)

This is a paper presented by Samir Dash at Department of English, Baba Bhairabananda Autonomous Mahavidyalaya, Jajpur, Odisha (http://bbmchandikhole.org/) on 16 July 2018 This UGC seminar session was an attempt to understand, from a non-traditional lens, the relevance of critical theory in context to today’s ever-changing technology space that is …
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Download the Paper – “In Search of Truth: At the Crossroad of Critical Theory and Technology in DesOps World”

It was a great pleasure to be at UGC seminar in Department of English B.B.Autonomous Mahavidyalaya, Chandikhole on the topic ” In search of truth: At the crossroad of critical theory and technology in DesOps world” It was a very engaging session presided by principal Dr. Kedarnath Das, HOD English, Prof …
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In Search of Truth: At the Crossroad of Critical Theory and Technology in DesOps World

Topic: In Search of Truth: At the Crossroad of Critical Theory and Technology in DesOps world Date: 16 July 2018 Venue: Department of English, Baba Bhairabananda Autonomous Mahavidyalaya, Jajpur, Odisha (http://bbmchandikhole.org/) Abstract: The session is an attempt to understand, from a non-traditional lens, the relevance of critical theory in context to today’s ever-changing technology space …
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What the Failure of Google Glass Teaches About UX?

(This article was originally published on February 9, 2015 at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-failure-google-glass-teaches-ux-samir-dash/ ) In mid of January I saw the headlines making official announcement of the death of Google Glass. I was not surprised. I knew lot of issues ave to be addressed before Gass could make it to the expectations. Many of …
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Socio-Cultural UX (SX) in Context of Ontology, Information Architecture & Culture

(This article was originally published on March 24, 2018 https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/socio-cultural-ux-sx-context-ontology-information-culture-samir-dash/ ) During late 19th- and 20th-century, a set of European philosophers who, despite profound doctrinal differences, shared the belief that philosophical thinking begins with the human subject—not merely the thinking subject, but the acting, feeling, living human individual. This doctrine, more …
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[Slides] SX: Heuristics

Sx Heuristics from Samir Dash …
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