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Interaction design principles in WYRED platform

García-Peñalvo, F. J.; Durán-Escudero, J.

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  <dc:creator>García-Peñalvo, F. J.</dc:creator>
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 This paper presents the requirements elicitation phase for the WYRED platform. WYRED (netWorked Youth Research for Empowerment in the Digital society) is a European H2020 Project that aims to provide a framework for research in which children and young people can express and explore their perspectives and interests in relation to digital society, but also a platform from which they can communicate their perspectives to other stakeholders effectively through innovative engagement processes. The requirement elicitation is a basic step to design the interactive mechanism to build up the needed social dialog among the involved stakeholders. In order to set up the right interactive tasks, not only functional requirements are elicited, the non-functional requirements play a key role in this project, specially regarding to ensure the security and privacy of the underage people that will be presented in the development of this project. </dc:description>
  <dc:subject>WYRED; Social structure; Inequalities; Social mobility; Interethnic relations; Communication networks; Media; Information Society; Innovation policy; Technological ecosystems; Requirement Elicitation; Non-functional Requirements; Privacy</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>Interaction design principles in WYRED platform</dc:title>
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