kimberley crofts

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an information and communication designer living in London

Participatory design

Note: This is an uncompleted draft chapter from a book in progress. This text is for review only, not to be quoted or referenced.

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“But participatory design research, properly done, continually brings the analysis back to the domain and shares it with the participants, who cointerpret it, co-analyze it, and co-design responses to it.”

“Involvement. Participatory design studies are not a “listening tour” in which researchers hear the concerns of users, then go away and design a solution; they are participatory top to bottom and must include verifiable, regular avenues for group interaction and definite routines for ensuring that users’ concerns are methodically addressed in the resulting design.”

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