FACIT PD: a framework for analysis and creation of intergenerational techniques for participatory design

@inproceedings{Walsh2013FACITPA,
  title={FACIT PD: a framework for analysis and creation of intergenerational techniques for participatory design},
  author={Greg Walsh and Elizabeth Foss and Jason C. Yip and Allison Druin},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2013}
}
In this paper, we present a framework that describes commonly used design techniques for Participatory Design with children. Although there are many currently used techniques for designing with children, researchers working in differing contexts and in a changing technological landscape find themselves facing difficult design situations. The FACIT PD framework presented in this paper can aid in choosing existing design techniques or in developing new techniques regardless of the stage in the… CONTINUE READING
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