A value sensitive action-reflection model: evolving a co-design space with stakeholder and designer prompts

@article{Yoo2013AVS,
  title={A value sensitive action-reflection model: evolving a co-design space with stakeholder and designer prompts},
  author={Daisy Yoo and Alina Huldtgren and Jill Palzkill Woelfer and David G. Hendry and Batya Friedman},
  journal={Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems},
  year={2013}
}
We introduce a design method for evolving a co-design space to support stakeholders untrained in design. Specifically, the purpose of the method is to expand and shape a co-design space so that stakeholders, acting as designers, focus not only on the form and function of a tool being envisioned but also on the social context of its use and values that lie with individuals, groups, and societies. The method introduces value sensitive stakeholder prompts and designer prompts into a co-design… Expand

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