Ubiquity: The Journal of Pervasive Media 6.1 is now available
Monday, January 27, 2020

Ubiquity: The Journal of Pervasive Media 6.1 is now available

Intellect is pleased to announce that Ubiquity: The Journal of Pervasive Media 6.1 is now available!


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Aims & Scope


Ubiquity is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed journal for creative and transdisciplinary practitioners interested in technologies, practices and behaviours that have the potential to radically transform human perspectives on the world. ‘Ubiquity', the ability to be everywhere at the same time, a potential historically attributed to the occult is now a common feature of the average mobile phone. The title refers explicitly to the advent of ubiquitous computing that has been hastened through the consumption of networked digital devices. The journal anticipates the consequences for design and research in a culture where everyone and everything is connected, and will offer a context for visual artists, designers, scientists and writers to consider how Ubiquity is transforming our relationship with the world.


Issue 6.1



Chris Speed, Chris Elsden and Bettina Nissen 



Searching for an OxChain: Co-designing blockchain applications for charitable giving

Chris Elsden, Kate Symons, Chris Speed, John Vines and Anne Spaa


Cloud Euphoria : A post-analysis on the networked effects of emotions 

Angelo Plessas

Four manifestos from ‘HCI for Blockchain’: A 2018 CHI workshop




Michael Bauwens in conversation with Chris Speed 



Furtherfield Manifesto 


Lab Report #6


Tangibly understanding intangible complexities: Designing for distributed autonomous organizations 

Bettina Nissen, Ella Tallyn and Kate Symons


Decentralized Autonomous Housing 

Tolulope Onabolu and Eleni Margariti


Emerging regimes of value in distributed autonomous systems 

Razvan Nicolescu


Trustless education? A blockchain system for university grades 

John Rooksby and Kristiyan Dimitrov