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Come along as we explore Writing for Digital Spaces. New posts arrive weekly throughout the semester.
Human-Computer interaction (HCI) can be seen in much of today’s society. Today, we define and connect it with digital rhetoric.
Human-Computer Interaction concerns the usability of certain interfaces. The usability of a platform is an integral to a platforms success.
Connections between Digital Rhetoric and other fields of study are important to acknowledge and explore. We look back into Eyman’s writing.
Interdisciplinary fields are often more impactful when relationships are formed and fostered benefiting from collaborations.
This post dives into the connections and differences between HCI and Digital Rhetoric. Are they more beneficial or harmful to users overall?
This article is about human computer interaction and how it is used for humans and how it is a form of digital rhetoric.
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