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Proceedings of the 2008 Conference on Participatory Design

Fullname:Proceedings of the Tenth Conference on Participatory Design
Note:Experiences and Challenges
Editors:Jesper Simonsen; Toni Roberston; David Hakken
Location:Bloomington, Indiana
Dates:2008-Oct-01 to 2008-Oct-04
Standard No:ISBN: 0-9818561-0-1, 978-0-9818561-0-0; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: PDC08
Links:Conference Home Page
  1. Large systems
  2. Communities
  3. Methods
  4. Politics
  5. Families and children
  6. Methods I
  7. Methods II
  8. Methods III
  9. Nature of participation I
  10. Nature of participation II
  11. Nature of participation III
  12. Nature of participation IV
  13. Community
  14. Designing (for) organizations
  15. Games & children
  16. Urban participatory design I
  17. Urban participatory design II
  18. Panels
  19. Workshops
  20. Tutorials
  21. Participatory art installations
  22. Posters and interactive demonstrations

Large systems

Participative design and the challenges of large-scale systems: extending the iterative PD approach BIBAKFull-Text 1-10
  Jesper Simonsen; Morten Hertzum
Lightweight methods in heavyweight organizations BIBAKFull-Text 11-20
  Liv Karen Johannessen; Gunnar Ellingsen
Impediments to change: the case of implementing an electronic patient record in three oncology clinics BIBAKFull-Text 21-30
  Christine Reidl; Marianne Tolar; Ina Wagner


Community driven development as participation?: involving user communities in a software design process BIBAKFull-Text 31-40
  Jan Hess; Sinja Offenberg; Volkmar Pipek
The Neighborhood Networks project: a case study of critical engagement and creative expression through participatory design BIBAKFull-Text 41-50
  Carl DiSalvo; Illah Nourbakhsh; David Holstius; Ayça Akin; Marti Louw
Participatory design and web 2.0: the case of PIPWatch, the collaborative privacy toolbar BIBAKFull-Text 51-60
  Andrew Clement; Terry Costantino; Dan Kurtz; Mike Tissenbaum


Software as hypothesis: research-based design methodology BIBAKFull-Text 61-70
  Teemu Leinonen; Tarmo Toikkanen; Katrina Silfvast
PD method and socio-political context of the development organization BIBAKFull-Text 71-80
  Kari Rönkkö; Mats Hellman; Yvonne Dittrich
Participatory IT design and participatory development: a comparative review BIBAKFull-Text 81-91
  Andy Dearden; Haider Rizvi


Participation in design things BIBAKFull-Text 92-101
  Pelle Ehn
Participatory design: one step back or two steps forward? BIBAKFull-Text 102-111
  Birgitta Bergvall-Kåreborn; Anna Ståhlbrost
Participatory problem solving through interactive environments BIBAKFull-Text 112-117
  Joan Greenbaum

Families and children

Design for more: an ambient perspective on diabetes BIBAKFull-Text 118-127
  Anne Marie Kanstrup; Pernille Bertelsen; Marie Glasemann; Niels Boye
'Teen-scape': designing participations for the design excluded BIBAKFull-Text 128-137
  Yanki Lee; Jo-Anne Bichard
Pursuing aesthetic inquiry in participatory design BIBAKFull-Text 138-145
  Ole Sejer Iversen; Christian Dindler

Methods I

The gender perspective in cultural probes BIBAKFull-Text 146-149
  Katharina Bredies; Sandra Buchmüller; Gesche Joost
Opening exhibitions: the visually impaired and the design of probes packages BIBAKFull-Text 150-153
  Mariana Salgado; Andrea Botero
Exploring the problem domain: a socio-technical ICT design for the developing world BIBAKFull-Text 154-157
  Souleymane Boundaouda Camara; José Abdelnour Nooera; Lynne Dunckley

Methods II

Bootlegging: multidisciplinary brainstorming with cut-ups BIBAKFull-Text 158-161
  Lars Erik Holmquist
Instant card technique: how and why to apply in user-centered design BIBAKFull-Text 162-165
  Elke Beck; Marianna Obrist; Regina Bernhaupt; Manfred Tscheligi
Teaching participatory design BIBAKFull-Text 166-169
  K. Maike Hecht; Susanne Maass

Methods III

Silence' as an analytical category for PD BIBAKFull-Text 170-173
  Sisse Finken; Dagny Stuedahl
Stimulating empathy in ideation workshops BIBAKFull-Text 174-177
  Froukje Sleeswijk Visser; Merlijn Kouprie
Expressions of ownership: motivating users in a co-design process BIBAKFull-Text 178-181
  Helma van Rijn; Pieter Jan Stappers

Nature of participation I

Of participation in industry: a hybridized possibility? BIBAKFull-Text 182-185
  Daria Loi
Participatory innovation: a research agenda BIBAKFull-Text 186-189
  Jacob Buur; Ben Matthews
Participation and representation: a discussion based upon a case study in the Danish healthcare sector BIBAKFull-Text 190-193
  Keld Bødker; Maren Fich Granlien

Nature of participation II

Probes and participation BIBAKFull-Text 194-197
  Connor Graham; Mark Rouncefield
Towards Liberating Voices 2.0 BIBAKFull-Text 198-201
  Douglas Schuler
Software development for a distributed community of practice: lessons learned from fifteen years of participatory design on a single system BIBAKFull-Text 202-205
  Vincenzo D'Andrea; Arthur Baskin; Robert E. Reinke

Nature of participation III

Resources for action in the negotiation of participatory design projects BIBAKFull-Text 206-209
  Brendon Clark
Collaborative design as narrative BIBAKFull-Text 210-213
  George Triantafyllakos; George Palaigeorgiou; Ioannis Tsoukalas
"I don't want to be empowered": the challenge of involving real-world clients in instructional design experiences BIBAKFull-Text 214-216
  Ana-Paula Correia; Farrah D. Yusop

Nature of participation IV

Community Design: growing one's own information infrastructure BIBAKFull-Text 217-220
  Helena Karasti; Karen S. Baker
Adapting participatory and agile software methods to participatory rural development BIBAKFull-Text 221-225
  Andy Dearden; Haider Rizvi
Experiencing pitfalls in the participatory design of social computing services BIBAKFull-Text 226-229
  Romain Zeiliger; Frederic Vermeulin; Liliane Esnault; Naima Cherchem


Twitterspace: a co-developed display using Twitter to enhance community awareness BIBAKFull-Text 230-233
  William Ryan; William R. Hazlewood; Kevin Makice
Participatory tensions in developing a community learning network BIBAKFull-Text 234-237
  Susan MacDonald; Andrew Clement
Infrastructures from the bottom-up and the top-down: can they meet in the middle? BIBAKFull-Text 238-241
  Michael B. Twidale; Ingbert Floyd

Designing (for) organizations

Beginnings in protecting privacy by pretentious invasion BIBAKFull-Text 242-245
  Lakshmi Kumar
Socialization of practice in a process world: toward participatory organizations BIBAKFull-Text 246-249
  Peter H. Jones
Bricks and clicks: participatory organizational design through microparticipation BIBAKFull-Text 250-253
  Christian Briggs; Kevin Makice

Games & children

"This is a flying shopping trolley": a case study of participatory design with children in a shopping context BIBAKFull-Text 254-257
  Astrid Weiss; Daniela Wurhofer; Regina Bernhaupt; Elke Beck; Manfred Tscheligi
ReacTickles Global: a non-textual mobile & networked play space BIBAKFull-Text 258-261
  Wendy Keay-Bright
Co-creative game development in a participatory Metaverse BIBAKFull-Text 262-265
  Daniel Volk

Urban participatory design I

Co-designing for new city-citizen interaction possibilities: weaving prototypes and interventions in the design and development of Urban Mediator BIBAKFull-Text 266-269
  Andrea Botero; Joanna Saad-Sulonen
Getting to the nub of neighbourhood interaction BIBAKFull-Text 270-273
  Fiona Redhead; Margot Brereton
Exploring web-based participation methods for urban planning BIBAKFull-Text 274-277
  Johanna Nuojua; Antti Juustila; Toni Räisänen; Kari Kuutti; Leena Soudunsaari

Urban participatory design II

'Design your home pack' co-designing tools to design homes and houses BIBAKFull-Text 278-281
  Yanki Lee; Atsue Takeoka; Satoko Fukuyoshi; Shoko Sameshima
Participatory design of sensing networks: strengths and challenges BIBAKFull-Text 282-285
  K. Shilton; N. Ramanathan; S. Reddy; V. Samanta; J. Burke; D. Estrin; M. Hansen; M. Srivastava
Participatory design and road safety and design BIBAKFull-Text 286-289
  Dennis de Jong


Distributed-PD: challenges and opportunities BIBAKFull-Text 290-291
  Amir M. Naghsh; Karin Danielsson; Gerhard Fischer; Tone Bratteteig; Jeanette Blomberg; José Abdelnour Nocera
What to do when you've been made an offer you can't refuse: what participatory design and FLOSS (free/libre and/or open source software) have to teach each other about the corporate embrace BIBAFull-Text 292
  David Hakken; Vincenzo D'Andrea; Maurizio Teli; Brad Wheeler
Participatory design and international development BIBAKFull-Text 293-294
  Andy Dearden; Haider Rizvi; Rogerio dePaula; Cecilia Oyugi; Heike Winschiers-Theophilus


The challenges for participatory design in the developing world BIBAKFull-Text 295-296
  Cecilia Oyugi; Jose Abdelnour Nocera; Lynne Dunckley; Susan Dray
Exploring digital storytelling as a method for participatory design BIBAFull-Text 297-298
  Annelie Ekelin; Pirjo Elovaara; Christina Mörtberg
Designed for co-designers BIBAKFull-Text 299-300
  Katja Battarbee; Andrea Botero Cabrera; Tuuli Mattelmäki; Francesca Rizzo
Social informatics and participatory design: exploring ways to inform one another BIBAFull-Text 301-302
  Kristin Hanks; Muzaffer Ozakca; Kevin Makice; Kathryn Clodfelter
Including social contexts when broadening computing education BIBAKFull-Text 303-304
  Vincenzo D'Andrea; David Hakken; Erik Stolterman
Participatory prototyping proposal: performance methods for engaging in design BIBAKFull-Text 305-306
  Lois Weaver; Ann Light; Patrick G. T. Healey; Gini Simpson


Dialogic design: harnessing collective wisdom for democratic design and action BIBAKFull-Text 307-308
  Peter H. Jones
Introduction to PD: old and new challenges, motivations, opportunities BIBAFull-Text 309
  Monika Büscher; Preben Holst Mogensen

Participatory art installations

Proposal for a participatory performance: a long table on design at the margins BIBAKFull-Text 310-311
  Lois Weaver; Ann Light; Patrick G. T. Healey; Gini Simpson
addingPositivity BIBAFull-Text 312-313
  Sareena Sernsukskul; Ann McDonald
Paper boats: PDC 08, Bloomington, IN BIBAFull-Text 314
  Hugh Musick
Body-technology interfaces BIBAKFull-Text 315-316
  Rebecca Stern; Aisling Kelliher
Supacollager: a ParticiPART installation proposal for enabling multi-user defined web-image collages BIBAKFull-Text 317-319
  Sarah Hatton; Joseph Adams; Isaac Wallis

Posters and interactive demonstrations

Designing wearable educational games for children BIBAKFull-Text 320-321
  Uttam Kokil; Joelle Jeanne
Stepwise development of survivor confirmation system in Nagoya University and its analysis from participatory design BIBAKFull-Text 322-323
  Shoji Kajita; Kenji Mase
Hello: bracelets communicating nearby presence of friends BIBAKFull-Text 324-325
  Petra Ahde; Jussi Mikkonen
Wagnerpedia: a study of social cognition and wikis, linking academic courses and community partners BIBAKFull-Text 326-327
  Jeffrey Gutkin; Patricia Schoknecht
Interactive demonstration of PIPWatch: the collaborative privacy enhancing and accountability toolbar BIBAKFull-Text 328-329
  Andrew Clement; Terry Costantino