Interaction between designers and AI: literature review of research to highlight the characteristics of co-creation and methods for analyzing it

Open Access
Conference Proceedings
Authors: Elena Cavallin

Abstract: The proposal begins with a literature review and aims to investigate how the user experience of designers changes when transitioning from traditional software to artificial intelligence. AI tools automate tasks and take on a more active role compared to traditional computer-aided design tools, often referred to as "co-creators." This work seeks to identify the differences between using traditional software and software integrated with AI. In particular, it aims to outline the characteristics of the interaction between designers and AI, such as user satisfaction, trust, or surprise with the outcomes, role coordination, and more. Subsequently, the methods used by studies to analyze these aspects will be defined. This analysis serves as a foundation for creating protocols to systematically study designer-AI co-creation interactions and shed light on the unexplored aspects in existing research

Keywords: Co-creation, think aloud, design process, HCI, designer-AI

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1004509

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