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Andrea Botero 3/3/2016
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Private. Collaborators only.
Selection made on Version 18
Should designers continue to privilege users above all others in the system? What would it mean to design for participants instead? For all the participants?
Slightly from a different angle than yours, this articulation by Ehn (2008) is quite interesting also / Ehn, P. (2008). Participation in Design Things. In Proceedings of the 8th Participatory Design Conference Experiences and Challenges (pp. 92 – 101). Bloomington, Indiana: CPSR/ACM.
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Kevin Slavin 3/13/2016
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Private. Collaborators only.
Interesting thanks for that – wasn’t familiar with that before – interesting to read it in the context of it’s pub date right on the eve of the massive change that came with social media.
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Kevin Slavin 3/13/2016
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Private. Collaborators only.
Interesting thanks for that – wasn’t familiar with that before – interesting to read it in the context of it’s pub date right on the eve of the massive change that came with social media.