Richard Kettley

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This paper forms is one of three talks which reflect on the use of participatory design methods, especially in the context of design for mental health and wellbeing. In them we: introduce the Person-Centred Approach as a framework for conducting Participatory Design; outline the method of Interpersonal Process Recall (IPR); and present a heuristic case(More)
This paper outlines the method of Interpersonal Process Recall (IPR) as a Participatory Design method, especially in the context of design for mental health and wellbeing. IPR is more commonly used in psychotherapy and other helping professions to help trainees and practitioners and their clients reflect on their process, using AV recordings of interactions(More)
This workshop (held in conjunction with the UBICOMP 2015: The 2015 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing and ISCW 2015: The 19th International Symposium on Wearable Computers) will bring together researchers and practitioners to reflect on the use of participatory design methods, especially in the context of design for(More)
Smart textile and wearable technologies will form an integral part of Internet of Things ecologies, including those implemented in mental health service environments. Smart textiles were developed and provided to users who were asked to discuss their feelings whilst holding/interacting with a smart textile during a walk. In the study discussed, respondents(More)
This paper introduces a heuristic case study, reflecting on the use of the Interpersonal Process Recall (IPR) method as part of <i>An Internet of Soft Things</i>, a multidisciplinary design research project working with the UK mental health charity, Mind. The three authors represent three different disciplines within the project -- Psychotherapy,(More)
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