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Proceedings of the 2004 Conference on Participatory Design

Fullname:Proceedings of the Eighth Conference on Participatory Design
Note:Artful Integration: Interweaving Media, Materials and Practices
Editors:Andrew Clement; Peter van den Besselaar
Location:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dates:2004-Jul-27 to 2004-Jul-31
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 1-58113-851-2; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: PDC04
Papers:23
Pages:245
  1. Participatory design in various community contexts
  2. Methodological considerations
  3. Cases and experiences

Participatory design in various community contexts

Participatory design in community computing contexts: tales from the field BIBAKFull-Text 1-10
  Cecelia B. Merkel; Lu Xiao; Umer Farooq; Craig H. Ganoe; Roderick Lee; John M. Carroll; Mary Beth Rosson
The promise and perils of a participatory approach to developing an open source community learning network BIBAKFull-Text 11-19
  Robert Luke; Andrew Clement; Randall Terada; Dominic Bortolussi; Cameron Booth; Derek Brooks; Darcy Christ
Artful infrastructuring in two cases of community PD BIBAKFull-Text 20-30
  Helena Karasti; Anna-Liisa Syrjänen
Participatory programming and the scope of mutual responsibility: balancing scientific, design and software commitment BIBAKFull-Text 31-41
  Catherine Letondal; Wendy E. Mackay
Contextuality of participation in IS design: a developing country perspective BIBAKFull-Text 42-52
  S. K. Puri; Elaine Byrne; Jose Leopoldo Nhampossa; Zubeeda B. Quraishi
Participatory health information systems development in Cuba: the challenge of addressing multiple levels in a centralized setting BIBAFull-Text 53-64
  Jørn Braa; Ola Hodne Titlestad; Johan Sæbø
Making sense of imbrication: popular technology and "inside-out" methodologies BIBAKFull-Text 65-73
  Nancy Campbell
Examining a planning discourse: how a manager represents issues within a planning frame and how the others could do the same BIBAKFull-Text 74-82
  Jarmo Sarkkinen

Methodological considerations

Experience clip: method for user participation and evaluation of mobile concepts BIBAKFull-Text 83-92
  Minna Isomursu; Kari Kuutti; Soili Väinämö
On the spot experiments within healthcare BIBAKFull-Text 93-101
  Erling Björgvinsson; Per-Anders Hillgren
The impact of participation in information system design: a comparison of contextual placements BIBAFull-Text 102-111
  Magnus Irestig; Henrik Eriksson; Toomas Timpka
Personas is not applicable: local remedies interpreted in a wider context BIBAKFull-Text 112-120
  Kari Rönkkö; Mats Hellman; Britta Kilander; Yvonne Dittrich
Facilitating collaboration through design games BIBAKFull-Text 121-131
  Eva Brandt; Jörn Messeter
Socio-technical walkthrough: designing technology along work processes BIBAKFull-Text 132-141
  Thomas Herrmann; Gabriele Kunau; Kai-Uwe Loser; Natalja Menold

Cases and experiences

The workplace as a learning laboratory: the winding road to E-learning in a Norwegian service company BIBAKFull-Text 142-151
  Anders I. Mørch; Bård Ketil Engen; Hege-René Hansen Åsand
Social creativity: turning barriers into opportunities for collaborative design BIBAKFull-Text 152-161
  Gerhard Fischer
Lost in translation: a critical analysis of actors, artifacts, agendas, and arenas in participatory design BIBAKFull-Text 162-172
  Rogério DePaula
From small scale to large scale user participation: a case study of participatory design in e-government systems BIBAKFull-Text 173-182
  Anne-Marie Oostveen; Peter van den Besselaar
The weight of space: participatory design research for configuring habitable space for new arrival women in Hong Kong BIBAKFull-Text 183-192
  Jackie Yan-Chi Kwok
Ways of grounding imagination BIBAKFull-Text 193-203
  Monika Büscher; Mette Agger Eriksen; Jannie Friis Kristensen; Preben Holst Mogensen
Introducing participatory design in museums BIBAKFull-Text 204-213
  Gustav Taxén
Participatory design with individuals who have amnesia BIBAKFull-Text 214-223
  Mike Wu; Brian Richards; Ron Baecker
Technology trouble? talk to us: findings from an ethnographic field study BIBAFull-Text 224-234
  Ellen Balka; Nicki Kahnamoui