Codesign, UX, Human centred design, and open innovation are proliferating rapidly. Finding a suited approach is hard as there is a method jungle out there. The problem is not finding just any approach, but sorting out which approach might suit you.
Two recent papers are presented: Collaborative futuring with and by makers, What difference does a living lab make? Comparing two health technology innovation projects
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The presentation focuses on two specific challenges that can be faced in a living lab project: power issues between the actors and end-user reluctance to participate in the development of new technology.
Johnson’s seminar talk elaborates on the significant contextual factors in comparing and contrasting apples and oranges, or in this case: social media and ERPs.
This article extends the concept of “user” to account for a new, more formalized role that some client organizations play in the diffusion of packaged enterprise systems.
Building upon both design research theory and practice, this presentation explored the evolving field of co-design in digital media, and interrogates the antecedent and contemporary orientations of the field, which can be identified as turns to usability, sociality, and designability.
In this presentation Mari Holopainen discussed narrative approaches to innovation and in particular how an insurance e-services innovation got presented by the official corporate voice, employees and customers.