Antonella De Angeli
Antonella's research focuses on Human-Computer Interaction and explores cognitive, social and cultural consequences of Information Technology in modern societies. Starting from the assumption that contemporary democracy is object-oriented, she investigates how interaction design can support diverse and hetereogeneous networks of actors and artefacts in the co-creation of social relationships and democratic models of collaboration.
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Menendez-Blanco, M., De Angeli, A. (2017). Biography of a Design Project through the Lens of a Facebook Page. Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 26 (1-2), pp. 71-96.
Menendez-Blanco, M., Bjorn, P., De Angeli, A. (2017). Fostering Cooperative Activism through Critical Design. Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing. Portland (US), February 25- March 1. New York: ACM, pp. 618-629.
Moretti, M., Teli, M. De Angeli, A. (2017). People’s Republic of Bolzano or how digital artifacts can be adversarial to misinformation. The Design Journal 20 (sup1), S3380-S3392.
Menendez-Blanco, M., De Angeli, A. (2016). “Matters of Concern” as Design Opportunities. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems. Trento (Italy), May 23-27, 2016. Berlin: Springer, pp. 277-293.
Teli, M., Bordin, S., Menéndez Blanco, M., Orabona, G., De Angeli, A. (2015). Public Design of Digital Commons in Urban Places: A Case Study. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies.
De Angeli, A., Bordin, S., Menéndez Blanco, M. (2014). Infrastructuring Participatory Development in Information Technology. Proceedings of the 13th Participatory Design Conference. Windhoek (Namibia), October 6th-10th 2014. New York: ACM, pp.11-20.