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/Apologize for unintended cross-mailing/

*International Journal on Interaction Design & Architecture(s) - IxD&A*

N. 26 special issue on:

"*Designing for Peripheral Interaction: seamlessly integrating 
interactive technology in everyday life*"
(guest editors: Saskia Bakker, Doris Hausen, Elise van den Hoven, Ted 
including a /focus section/ on
"*Design Antropology in Participatory Design*"
(guest editors: Rachel Charlotte Smith, Mette Kjærsgaard)

is now available for free downloading:
see "ToC" below.

/IxD&A implements the Gold Open Access road to its contents with no 
charge to the authors/

*IxD&A Journal, issue N. 26 - ToC*

• /Preface/
by Saskia Bakker, Doris Hausen, Elise van den Hoven, Ted Selker
pp. 3 - 5

• Andrii Matviienko, Maria Rauschenberger, Vanessa Cobus, Janko 
Timmermann, Jutta Fortmann, Andreas Löcken, Heiko Müller, Christoph 
Trappe, Wilko Heuten, Susanne Boll
/Towards New Ambient Light Systems: a Close Look at Existing Encodings 
of Ambient Light Systems/
pp. 10  - 24

• Florian Güldenpfennig, Roman Ganhör, Geraldine Fitzpatrick
/“Will it Catch Their Attention?” - Evaluating Situated and Peripheral 
Displays in a Personal Context/
pp. 25 - 38

• Frank Bolton, Shahram Jalaliniya, and Thomas Pederson
/A Wrist-Worn Thermohaptic Device for Graceful Interruption/
pp. 39 - 54

• John N.A. Brown, Jorge Oliveira, Saskia Bakker
/I am Calm: Towards a Psychoneurological Evaluation of ABC Ringtones/
pp. 55 - 69

*/Focus Section/*

• /Preface to the Focus Section/
by Rachel Charlotte Smith & Mette Kjaersgaard Kjærsgaard
pp. 73 - 80

• Ann Light
/Troubling Futures: Can Participatory Design Research provide a 
Constitutive Anthropology for the 21st Century?/
pp 81 - 94,

• Linda Tonolli, Maurizio Teli, Vincenzo D’Andrea
/A Design Anthropology Critique of Active Aging as Ageism/
pp. 95 - 113

• Rita Maldonado Branco, Joana Quental, Óscar Ribeiro
/Getting Closer, Empathising and Understanding: Setting the Stage for a 
Co-design Project with People with Dementia/
pp. 114 - 131

• Yoko Akama, Dagny Stuedahl, Izak Van Zyn
/Design Disruption in Contested, Contingent and Contradictory Future-Making/
pp. 132 - 148

• Dagny Stuedahl
/Future Orientation in Design, Participation and Learning/
pp. 149 - 161


• Next issue, N. 27, will be dedicated to

"Smart City Learning: Opportunities and Challenges'"
(guest editors: Paloma Diaz, Monica Divitini, Fernando Ramos)
and will contain a focus section on/
“Innovation in human-centred design: What can we learn from design thinking"
(guest editors: Alma Leora Culén and Asbjørn Følstad)


• Open submissions: special issue N. 28

'Mobile learning and Special Education'
Guest Editors: Peña L. Bedesem, Enrico Gandolfi, Richard E. Ferdig,  C. 
C. Lu
/with a focus section on:
/'Emotions and Personality in Personalized Systems'
Guest Editors: Nadja DeCarolis, Marco de Gemmis, Andrej Košir e Marko 

forthcoming issues:

• Summer 2016
'The Social Innovation capacity of Open Education and Learning'
Guest Editors: Carlo Giovannella & Demetrios Sampson
/with a focus section on:
/"Experiences of Technology Appropriation: Unanticipated Users, Usage, 
Circumstances, and Design"
Guest Editors: Alina Krischkowsky, Nervo Verdezoto, Manfred Tscheligi/, 
/Michael Muller

• Autumn 2016
'On Making'
Guest Editors: Joep Frens & Patrizia Marti
/with a focus section on:/
'Player and Learner eXperience'
Guest Editors: Monica Divitini, Gabriella Dodero, Rosella Gennari

• Winter 2016
'Smart Learning Ecosystems and Regional Development'
Guest Editors: Alke Martens, Radu Vasiu, Annika Wolff
We also invite submission of original contributions as regular papers
(full, short, position and review papers).
All submissions will undergo a standard double blind peer review process.
**** 2014: ***IxD&A in figures **** *
acceptance rate: *less than 30%*;
*4* issues and *28* papers published, written by *90* authors from *16* 
countries (*5* continents);*102* reviewers involved.
IxD&A is visited by scholars from all over the world coming from more 
than *100* countries/
View stats:/
****S**ince 2015 in Scopus* ***
**** *Since 2015 *in *Emerging Sources Citation Index* and *Web of 
Science* **** 

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