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Papers presented at Bled eConference 2021

During the last 3 days I have presented two papers at the 34th Bled eConference. Except for our papers, there were many interesting papers presented at the conference. Unfortunately, the conference was (obviously) online. I can’t wait to come back to wonderful Bled!

The first paper presented was written in collaboration with Erik Frängsmyr, Ulrik Söderström and Ole Norberg and took on the subject of deceptive design regarding cookie consent. An interesting area since the introduction of the GDPR within the EU. The second paper was written alongside Jonathan Hedlund, Helen Cripps, Ulrik Söderström and Ole Norberg and investigated how to design call-for-actions to generate more action. The paper addresses the issue with designs that are ment to influence call-to-actions and that are important to create interactions.

Happy to announce that the papers can be accessed open access here: University of Maribor Press

Mejtoft, T., Hedlund, J., Cripps, H., Söderström, U., & Norberg, O. (in-press). Designing call to action: Users’ perception of different characteristics. In A. Pucihar, M. Kljajić Borštnar, R. Bons, H. Cripps, A. Sheombar & D. Vidmar (Eds.), 34th Bled eConference: Digital Support from Crisis to Progressive Change (pp. 409-420) Maribor, Slovenia: University of Maribor University Press. 
(isbn: 978-961-286-385-9; doi: 10.18690/978-961-286-385-9.30)

Mejtoft, T., Frängsmyr, E., Söderström, U., & Norberg, O. (submitted). Deceptive design: cookie consent and manipulative patterns. In A. Pucihar, M. Kljajić Borštnar, R. Bons, H. Cripps, A. Sheombar & D. Vidmar (Eds.), 34th Bled eConference: Digital Support from Crisis to Progressive Change (pp. 397-408) Maribor, Slovenia: University of Maribor University Press. 
(isbn: 978-961-286-385-9; doi: 10.18690/978-961-286-385-9.29)

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