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Subject:

CfP Open Design Spaces - Socially Crafting Interactive Experiences

From:

Steffen Budweg <[log in to unmask]>

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Steffen Budweg <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 8 Apr 2010 16:27:12 +0200

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CALL FOR PAPERS

Open Design Spaces (ODS 2010)
- Socially Crafting Interactive Experiences -

2nd International Workshop on Open Design Spaces (ODS 2010)
in conjunction with DIS 2010, Aarhus, Denmark, August 16/17

http://www.open-design-spaces.de/

********************
Submission Deadline:
1st June 2010
********************


*** MOTIVATION & GOALS ***

Active user communities can have an enormous creative potential for the
development of interactive products. This becomes particularly obvious
by recent achievements in the areas of digital and social media. Popular
examples for the new forms of design collaboration are websites for
customer-company exchange such as Get Satisfaction, but also the
appropriation of social network platforms such as Facebook or MySpace to
support user-designer communities, or the myriads of mashups, apps, and
plugins that have been built by user communities in order to enrich the
interactive experience with digital products and that sometimes even
become an inherent part of the product itself.

However, empowering user communities to engage in the development and
evolution of interactive products or environments is usually a complex
task that requires a deep understanding of both the underlying
socio-technical processes and interaction principles. Open Design Spaces
address this challenge and frame the growing research in this area. Open
Design Spaces are environments for co-creation that encourage a
continuous dialog between users and developers with the goal of
transforming the traditionally separated spheres of design and use. User
communities are regarded as co-designers who carry different interests
and cultural backgrounds into the development process of interactive
products.

The concept of Open Design Spaces is related to Participatory Design,
Meta-Design, and End-User Development but addresses in particular social
aspects of distributed and community-driven co-design in interactive
environments. ODS are characterized by transparency, ad-hoc
collaboration, self-organization, social feedback, evolving ideas, and
evolutionary development. The aim of ODS is to foster the generation of
novel ideas and the sharing of creative solutions to the benefit of the
interactive product, its user community, and perceived experiences,
having regard to the fact that participants are usually highly
distributed and are sometimes even hard to anticipate in advance.


*** TOPICS AND RESEARCH AREAS ***

The workshop will specifically focus on the social aspects of Open
Design Spaces. It will in particular address concepts and principles for
successful co-design in online environments, the activation of large-
and small-scale user communities and their integration in distributed
design processes. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

   * (Co-)Design cases related to Open Design Spaces
   * Computer-mediated interaction in design processes
   * Public design discourses & Open Innovation
   * Distributed Participatory Design
   * (Virtual) Living Labs
   * Meta-Design and Open Systems
   * Community engagement and user innovation
   * Lightweight participation and collaboration
   * End-user development & appropriation support
   * User- and community-centered software development
   * Reflections on the roles of designers and user communities
   * Theoretical contributions to the field


*** SUBMISSIONS ***

Full papers (8-12 pages), position papers (2-4 pages), tool
demonstrations and case studies (2-4 pages) are equally welcome as
workshop submissions. Contributions should be formatted according to the
ECSCW template  and submitted in PDF format via EasyChair. All accepted
papers will be published as a volume of the International Reports on
Socio-Informatics (IRSI) (ISSN 1861-4280) after the workshop. Inquiries
about the workshop can be directed to:
ods-organizer[at]open-design-spaces.de


*** IMPORTANT DATES ***

   * 1st June 2010: Paper submissions
   * 25th June 2010: Notification on acceptance
   * 1st August 2010: Camera-ready paper
   * 16th or 17th August 2010: Workshop


*** COMMITTEES ***

Organizers:
   * Steffen Budweg, Fraunhofer FIT, Germany
   * Sebastian Draxler, University of Siegen, Germany
   * Steffen Lohmann, Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain
   * Asarnusch Rashid, FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik, Germany
   * Gunnar Stevens, International Institute on Socio-Informatics, Germany

Program Committee:
   * Paloma Díaz, Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain
   * Gerhard Fischer, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
   * Asbjørn Følstad, SINTEF Oslo, Norway
   * David Geerts, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
   * Jörg Niesenhaus, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
   * Wolfgang Prinz, Fraunhofer FIT & RWTH Aachen, Germany
   * Hans Schaffers, ESoCE Net & Aalto University, Finland
   * Alex Voss, St. Andrews University, UK
   * … to be completed …


********************
Submission Deadline:
1st June 2010
********************

http://www.open-design-spaces.de/


-- 
Steffen Budweg
Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT
Schloss Birlinghoven
53754 Sankt Augustin, Germany
E-mail: [log in to unmask]

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