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Monday 29 November

Morning only

Tutorial 3. Participatory Design Introduction.

All Day

Doctoral Consortium.
Tutorial 2. Participatory Design Charrettes. CANCELLED!
Workshop 1. Participatory Design and the ‘Healthcare Institution’.
Workshop 4. Participatory Innovation in SMEs.
Tuesday 30 November

1pm – 4pm

Tutorial 4. Visualising Information for Advocacy.

11am – 4pm

Workshop 5. Take Part: Participatory methods in art and design.

All Day

Tutorial 1. Action Methods for Cross-Boundary Participation.
Workshop 2. Prototyping (in) Healthcare.
Workshop 3. Innovation in participatory design.
Wednesday 1 December

9.00am – 10.30am

Welcome and Opening Keynote

Cruising Together: Traditional Knowledge and Academic Practices. Victor Steffensen and Jacqueline Gothe.

11.00am – 12.30pm

Research Papers – Different Environments

Being Participated –  A community approach. Heike Winschiers-Theophilus, Edwin Blake, Nicola Bidwell, Gereon Kapuire and Shilumbe Chivuno-Kuria.
What community? Facilitating awareness of ‘community’ through Playful Triggers. Yoko Akama and Tania Ivanka.
Challenges of Participation in Large-Scale Public Projects. Peter Dalsgaard.

1.30pm – 3.00pm

Three Parallel Sessions of Exploratory papers

Parallel Session 1 – Health

The Participatory Patient. Tariq Andersen.
Participatory Healthcare Service Design and Innovation. Simon Bowen, Andy Dearden, Peter Wright, Daniel Wolstenholme and Mark Cobb.
Segmentation of Users in PD for Healthcare. Troels Mønsted and Balder Onarheim.
The Active Patient as Service Co-Creator. Jonas Moll.
Parallel Session 2 – Tools
Shared artefacts as participatory Babel fish. Sonja Pedell, Frank Vetere, Steve Howard, Tim Miller and Leon Sterling.
Cartographic Mappings – Participative Methods. Pirjo Elovaara and Christina Mörtberg.
Participatory Technique: Exploring the Roles in an Photo Elicitation Dialogue. Camilla Pedersen and Benedicte Fleron.
Seamless integration of collaborative creativity techniques into group process modelling. Angela Carell and Alexander Nolte.
Parallel Session 3 – Frameworks etc
The Unit of Analysis in Understanding the Politics of Participatory Practice. Ann Light.
Phenomenology, a Framework for Participatory Design. Chris Frauenberger, Judith Good and Wendy Keay-Bright.
Five Enunciations of Empowerment in Participatory Design. Marie Ertner, Anne Mie Kragelund and Lone Malmborg.
A Framework for Organizing the Tools and Techniques of Participatory Design Eva Brandt, Elizabeth Sanders and Thomas Binder.

3.30pm – 5.00pm

Research Papers – New Developments

Social Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities for Participation. Penny Hagen and Toni Robertson.
Participatory design and “democratizing innovation”. Erling Bjorgvinsson, Pelle Ehn and Per-Anders Hillgren.
Spaces for Participatory Creativity. Ina Wagner and Tone Bratteteig.
Evening 6pm

Lord Mayor’s Welcome to the City. Sydney Town Hall

Thursday 2 December Industry Day

9.00am – 10.15am

Industry Keynote

Shaping practice: Inspire’s youth participation journey. Mariesa Nicholas, Inspire Foundation

10.45am – 11.45am

Parallel sessions of industry case studies and exploratory papers

Parallel Session 4a – Empowerment

Designing for participation in local social ridesharing networks – grass roots prototyping of IT systems. Margot Brereton and Sunil Ghelawat.
‘Teaching the teachers’:Co-designing new inclusive design experience to enable secondary school students to think creatively. Yanki Lee, Denny Kwok Leung Ho.
A Participatory Approach to the Inclusion of Indigenous Australians in Information Technology. Stephen Grant, Laurel Dyson and Toni Robertson.

Parallel Session 5a – Organisational Participation:  Industry Cases

Mapping and Visualizing Service Provider and Client Interactions: The Case for Participation. Jeanette Blomberg, Melissa Cefkin and Yolanda Rankin, IBM Research
Lifecycle Framework for Cross-Functional Participatory Design: Case study. Delia Grenville, Intel
Capturing and Sharing Stories in Virtual and Interactive Web Environments:  A Cross-Organizational Case Study. Patricia Wall, Jonas Karlsson, Johannes Koomen, Tong Sun, Xerox, Eric Bier and Margaret Szymanski, Palo Alto Research Center

11.50am – 12.30pm

Parallel sessions of industry case studies and exploratory papers

Parallel Session 4b – Fields

Outcomes we didn’t expect: Participant’s shifting investment in graphic design. Simone Taffe and Carolyn Barnes.
Exploring PD Tools in Textile Design. Tanja Rosenqvist and Elisabeth Heimdal.

Parallel Session 5b - Community Participation: Industry Cases

A Strategic Framework for Online Participation Design. Mark Elliot, Collabforge
Reduce your Footprint, Testing the Release early, release often mantra. David Gravina and Diana Mounter, Digital Eskimo

1.30pm – 3.00pm

PanelParticipation Frameworks in Service Design and Delivery
Chair: Jeanette Blomberg. Panelists: Faruk Avdi, Annelie Ekelin, Jeremy Walker, Peter Wright

3.30pm – 5.00pm

Research Papers – Reaching out
Effects-Driven IT Development: A Strategy for Sustained Participatory Design and Implementation. Morten Hertzum and Jesper Simonsen.
Taking transition into account: designing with pre-users of medical devices. Janet Kelly and Ben Matthews.
Enhancing citizenship: the role of in-between infrastructures. Andrea Botero and Joanna Saad-Sulonen.
7.00pm onwards

Conference Dinner. Nick’s Bondi Beach Pavilion

Delegates will have the opportunity to swim before dinner

Friday 3 December

9.30am – 11.00am

Research Papers – Values
Rekindling Values in Participatory Design. Kim Halskov, Ole Sejer Iversen and Tuck Wah Leong.
Bringing in Communicative Rationality into Design Participation: A Lesson from Inclusive Design. Denny Kwok Leung Ho, Jin Ma and Chin Kah Peter Chuah.
Entanglements of Participation, Gender, Power and Knowledge in IT Design. Johanna Sefyrin.

11.20am – 1.00pm

Three Parallel Sessions of Exploratory papers
Parallel Session 6 – Mediation
Embedding Participatory Design Processes into Everyday Work Activities: The Case of Healthcare Professionals. Julia Klammer, Fred van den Anker and Monique Janneck.
Teaching Participatory Design: A Participatory Approach. Vincenzo D’Andrea and Maurizio Teli.
Fostering self-direction in participatory process design. Michael Prilla and Alexander Nolte.
Intercalating the Social and the Technical: Socially Robust and Enduring Computing. David Hakken, Maurizio Teli and Vincenzo D’Andrea.
Parallel Session 7 – Public
Engaging people in the public space – ANIMATO – a design intervention. Sandra Viña.
Boosting Web-based public participation in urban planning with a group of key stakeholders. Nuojua Johanna, Leena Soudunsaari and Helka-Liisa Hentilä.
Situations and Interactions: Digital café squatting and participatory design. Joan Greenbaum.
Scenarios to foster user participation in the design of small scale agricultural and food processing equipment in sub-Saharan Africa countries. Thierry Godjo.
Parallel Session 8 – Innovation
Crossing Intentions in Participatory Innovation. Jacob Buur and Henry Larsen.
Foresight and Forecasts: Participation in a Welfare Technology Innovation Project. Kyle Kilbourn and Marie Bay.
Experimenting Introductory Tools for Innovation and Participatory Design. Loic Marois, Jean Emmanuel Viallet , Franck Poirier and Christine Chauvin.
Participation in the Design of Endoscopic Operating Theatres in the Netherlands. Julia A. Garde and Mascha C. van der Voort.

1.00pm – 2.00pm

PDC Business Meeting

2.00pm – 3.30pm

Research Papers – Participation
Threads – A Mobile Sewing Circle: Making Private Matters Public in Temporary Assemblies. Kristina Lindström and Åsa Ståhl
Children Imitate! Appreciating recycling in participatory design with children. Leena Kuure, Eija Halkola, Netta Iivari, Marianne Kinnula and Tonja Molin-Juustila.
Users’ gains and PD’s aims: Assessment from a participatory design project. Claus Bossen, Christian Dindler and Ole Iversen.

4.00pm – 5.30pm

Closing Session
Closing Keynote
Participation – exploring the wider political questions and utopian moments. Professor Ina Wagner, Institute for Technology Assessment and Design, Vienna University of Technology.
Presentation of the 2010 Artful Integration Award
Conference closing

PDC 2010 thanks our conference sponsors:

HTCD Roskilde University CHISIG UTS ICPS

PDC 2010 thanks our industry sponsors:

Digital Eskimo Zumio