Every development of technology should be based on human needs. This need can be identified through very different approaches and methodologies throughout the research and design process.
This talk will present different design research projects in which human needs are identified through participatory processes with the outcome of multi-layered technological approaches. It will be shown how common, simply and fast created prototypes can enrich the mutual dialogue and how it helps to deal with increasing complexities.
Get inspired by different design research projects in which human needs are identified through participatory processes
Learn how fast prototyping can enrich the mutual dialogue
Find out how participatory research processes unravel complexity
The talk will happen live via Zoom.
This talk is worth 1 SDC study point.
Social design, case study, design research, ethics, participatory design
Jennifer Schubert (Germany) is Professor in Participatory Design at Hochschule Augsburg. As a design researcher, she explores the intersection between technology, participation and collectivity. Her research interests range from digital inclusion to globalised networks and boundary objects.
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