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Participatory Design Conference - Second Call-For-Papers (apologies for cross-posting)

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"Loi, Daria A" <[log in to unmask]>

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Loi, Daria A

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Second Call-For-Papers (apologies for cross-posting)

 

The 10th anniversary conference on Participatory Design (PDC 2008):
Experiences and Challenges

September 30 - October 4, 2008, Bloomington, Indiana, USA

http://www.pdc2008.org <http://www.pdc2008.org/> 

 

Submission deadline (all contribution types): March 15, 2008

We invite submissions of:

- Research papers

- Exploratory papers

- Panels

- Interactive workshops

- Tutorials

- Doctoral consortium

- Artifacts, posters, products, interactive demonstrations

- Participatory art installations

 

Please visit the web-site for more information on the different
contributions that we call for.

 

Participatory Design (PD) is a diverse collection of principles and
practices aimed at making technologies, tools, environments, businesses,
and social institutions more responsive to human needs. A central tenet
of PD is the direct involvement of people in the co-design of things and
technologies they use. Participatory Design Conferences have been held
every two years since 1990 and have formed an important venue for
international discussion of the collaborative,  

social, and political dimensions of technology innovation and use.

 

The conference theme for PDC 2008 is Experiences and Challenges. It will
be the 10th PDC and a golden opportunity to reassess the achievements of
the PD movement and to consider its future. We invite you to reflect on
past experiences and review the important lessons we have learned so as
to better meet the new challenges of the future.  

What are the important trends, phenomena, developments, and views on
participation and design etc., which in so many different ways challenge
our traditions, our experiences and/or the current 'wisdom' within the
field?

 

We are proud to announce the two key-note speakers for PDC 2008 -
Natalie Jeremijenko and Finn Kensing:

 

Natalie Jeremijenko is an artist whose background includes studies in
biochemistry, physics, neuroscience, and precision engineering.
Jeremijenko's projects-which explore socio-technical change-have been
exhibited by several museums and galleries, including the MASSMoCA, the
Whitney Museum, and the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt. She was appointed in
1999 a Rockefeller Fellow and was recently named one of the 40 most
influential designers by I.D. Magazine and one of the inaugural Top 100
Young Innovators by the MIT Technology Review. Jeremijenko is the
director of the xDesign Environmental Health Clinic at NYU, assistant
professor in Art, and affiliated with the Computer Science Dept.

 

Finn Kensing is one of the world's leading researchers in participatory
design. Finn Kensing is associate professor at the IT University of
Copenhagen where he leads the research group 'Design of organizational
IT' . He was honored in 2006 for the best researcher of the year from
The IT University. Finn Kensing has a doctorate in participatory design
and is currently doing research on participatory design in the
healthcare sector. He has received recognition for his  

research into IT design  which focuses on how IT designers can cooperate
with users and their management especially relating to the clarification
of goals, formulation of needs, and design of coherent visions for
change.

 

 

 

 

 

d a ri a   l o i   [PhD] - design researcher, EDA

intel corporation :: digital  home :: user experience group

20270 NW Amberglen Ct., AG1-112 Beaverton, OR 97006 USA 

tel:  +1 503 456-2927 :: email: [log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]>  

 

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