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Weaving Connections between Anti-Vandalism, Aesthetics and the Right for Digital Inclusion

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Raghda Zahran, Rosanna Bellini


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CHI community is diverse and encompass the power to devise imaginative ways of reversingillegal issues through digital inclusion. Digital inclusion aims to expand the human interactionwith technology irrespective of their postcode and background. Access, skills, motivation, and trustare essential to help everyone make the most out of technology. Therefore, digital inclusion is inline with CHI’s mission in researching creative designs that make technology useful andmeaningful to people and society. Graffiti art, a term refers to images or text painted usually ontobuildings, manifests the human interaction with the environment. Graffiti artists’ expressions inpublic spaces reveal their desire to interact and communicate their thoughts. However, their workis divided into creative and commended or illegal and punitive. There are infinite opportunities toreverse this state and give graffiti artists opportunities for digital inclusion. CHI interweaves socialchallenges, research methods, solutions and deployment strategies. CHI All-Inclusive interestgroup could open discussions on ways to conduct future research.

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Author(s): Zahran R, Bellini R

Publication type: Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)

Publication status: Published

Conference Name: Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Year of Conference: 2019

Online publication date: 02/05/2019

Acceptance date: 01/02/2019

Publisher: ACM


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ISBN: 9781450359719