Attending to objects as outcomes of design research

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The goal for this workshop is to provide a venue at CHI for research through design practitioners to materially share their work with each other. Conversation will largely be centered upon a discussion of objects produced through a research through design process. Bringing together researchers as well as their physical work is a means of gaining insight into the practices and outcomes of research through design. If research through design is to continue to develop as a research practice for generating knowledge within HCI, this requires developing ways of attending to its made, material outcomes. The premise of this workshop is simple: We need additional spaces for interacting with and reflecting upon material design outcomes at CHI. The goal of this workshop is to experiment with such a space, and to initially do so without a strong theoretical or conceptual framing.

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Jenkins, T., Andersen, K., Gaver, B., Odom, W., Pierce, J., & Vallgårda, A. (2016). Attending to objects as outcomes of design research. In Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings (Vol. 07-12-May-2016, pp. 3423–3430). Association for Computing Machinery. https://doi.org/10.1145/2851581.2856508

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