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Lifelogging, quantified-self & géolocalisation : vers une modification de notre conception des interfaces utilisateurs ?

Abstract : This essay tries to question the lifelogging outbreak and analyse its effects on the websites and user interfaces conception. Through theorical approaches, but also taking into account practical projects that I work on during my internship at the " Compagnie Hyperactive ", web agency based in Bordeaux, I will try to understand at what point the web evolution is based on the social habits but also linked to the outbreakof the ubimedia. Finally, this essay is the opportunity to think back and analyse the first half of my internship.
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Marius Ortiz. Lifelogging, quantified-self & géolocalisation : vers une modification de notre conception des interfaces utilisateurs ?. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. 2013. ⟨dumas-00872918⟩

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