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Advancing community-driven design for social impact

Advancing community-driven design for social impact
Advancing community-driven design for social impact
As the DIS community increasingly seeks to address social impact issues, it becomes important to examine the assumptions behind our methods to increase the likelihood of positive effects and reduce negative unintended consequences. The purpose of this workshop is to engage the design community in exploring, defining, and, if deemed valuable, advancing community-driven design. We invite DIS members to submit 1-page responses to this concept of community-driven design. Our hope is that a research agenda can emerge from this workshop for the DIS community.
citizen-led innovation, co-design, community-driven design, human-centered-design, lead user innovation, participant-led design, participatory design
373-376
ACM/SIGDA
Hekler, Eric B.
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Taylor, Jennifer C.
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Dow, Steven P.
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Morris, Michèle
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Hekler, Eric B., Taylor, Jennifer C., Dow, Steven P., Morris, Michèle, Grant, Faren J., Phatak, Sayali S., Norman, Don, schraefel, m.c. and Lewis, Dana M. (2019) Advancing community-driven design for social impact. In Companion Publication of the 2019 on Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2019 Companion. ACM/SIGDA. pp. 373-376 . (doi:10.1145/3301019.3319998).

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Abstract

As the DIS community increasingly seeks to address social impact issues, it becomes important to examine the assumptions behind our methods to increase the likelihood of positive effects and reduce negative unintended consequences. The purpose of this workshop is to engage the design community in exploring, defining, and, if deemed valuable, advancing community-driven design. We invite DIS members to submit 1-page responses to this concept of community-driven design. Our hope is that a research agenda can emerge from this workshop for the DIS community.

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Published date: June 2019
Keywords: citizen-led innovation, co-design, community-driven design, human-centered-design, lead user innovation, participant-led design, participatory design

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Date deposited: 17 Jul 2019 16:30
Last modified: 17 Jul 2019 16:30

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