Margot Jacobs and Ramia Mazé (2004) 'Design-by-Doing: Workshops for designing interaction', in Proceedings of the Participatory Design Conference (Toronto, Jul).

"We have been developing methods that will support us, as designers, in approaching the complex and indeterminate factors that come into play in the design of new computational things for everyday life. In our investigation, we have involved students from diverse design educations in workshops inspired by participatory methods. Through hands-on and situated activity formats, these workshops have provided examples and perspectives on working with computation as a design material in combination with experiential notions of materials, use and context." (abstract)

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See also

/ Projects / Public Play Spaces

/ Teaching / Epic Everyday

/ Teaching / Lectures, seminars and workshops, 2002+ / 'Public : Identity'