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A photo archive contains diverse narratives that only get partially exposed in digital interfaces. In this paper we explore a potential framework for archivists and designers to create photo archive interfaces that are sensitive to the ethos and social context of its content. We outline our approach to engaging with archival projects and present the results of a pilot workshop, which raised a range of complex questions about the design of visual interfaces. Our aim is to practically and conceptually expand how a visual interface would let a visitor access, explore, and interpret the contents of an archive. To do this we are interested in the different associations that people weave between the artefacts of an archive.
Author(s): Chen Ko-le, Dörk M, Dade-Robertson M
Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Publication status: Published
Conference Name: 9th Annual iConference
Year of Conference: 2014