DESIGNING FOR ENGAGING EXPERIENCES

David Browning, Mads Bødker, Marlyn van Erp, Nicola Bidwell, Truna Aka J. Turner

Abstract


WORKSHOP

Leaders:

  1. David Browning, Discipline of IT, JCU, Townsville, Australia
  2. Mads Bødker, Center for Applied ICT, Copenhagen, Denmark 
  3. Marlyn van Erp, hAAi, Rotterdam, Netherlands 
  4. Nicola Bidwell, ICT4D, UCT, Cape Town, South Africa
  5. Truna Aka J. Turner, CRC for Interaction Design. QUT (Brisbane), QLD AU, Australia, truna@acid.net.au

Email: david.browning@jcu.edu.au, mb.caict@cbs.dk, marlyn.van.erp@haai.nl, truna@acid.net.au,

Description:

This full day workshop explores how insights from artefacts, created during data collecting and analysis, are translated into prototypes. It is particularly concerned with getting closer to people’s experience of shaping a design space. The workshop draws inspiration from data-products resulting from interactions in specific places with the intention of supporting both those who work with integrating understandings of such experiences into design and those interested in the way material provokes ideas and inspiration for design.


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