30 exploratory papers were accepted for presentation at PDC 2010 from 58 submissions. The successful papers are:
The Participatory Patient.
A Framework for Organizing the Tools and Techniques of Participatory Design.
Elizabeth B.-N. Sanders, Eva Brandt and Thomas Binder.
Crossing Intentions in Participatory Innovation.
Jacob Buur and Henry Larsen.
Designing for participation in local social ridesharing networks – grass roots prototyping of IT systems.
Margot Brereton and Sunil Ghelawat.
Shared artefacts as participatory Babel fish.
Sonja Pedell, Frank Vetere, Steve Howard, Tim Miller and Leon Sterling.
Participatory Healthcare Service Design and Innovation.
Simon Bowen, Andy Dearden, Peter Wright, Daniel Wolstenholme and Mark Cobb.
Foresight and Forecasts: Participation in a Welfare Technology Innovation Project.
Kyle Kilbourn and Marie Bay.
Segmentation of Users in PD for Healthcare.
Troels Mønsted and Balder Onarheim.
Cartographic Mappings – Participative Methods.
Pirjo Elovaara and Christina Mörtberg.
The Patient as Service Co-Creator.
Scenarios to foster user participation in the design of small scale agricultural and food processing equipment in sub-Saharan Africa countries.
The Unit of Analysis in Understanding the Politics of Participatory Practice.
Teaching Participatory Design: A Participatory Approach.
Vincenzo D’Andrea and Maurizio Teli.
Textiles as Tangible Working Materials in Participatory Design Processes: Potentials and Challenges.
Elisabeth Heimdal and Tanja Rosenqvist.
Phenomenology as a Framework for Participatory Design.
Chris Frauenberger, Judith Good and Wendy Keay-Bright.
Outcomes we didn’t expect: Participant’s shifting investment in graphic design.
Simone Taffe and Carolyn Barnes.
A Participatory Approach to the Inclusion of Indigenous Australians in Information Technology.
Stephen Grant, Laurel Evelyn Dyson and Toni Robertson.
Intercalating the Social and the Technical: Socially Robust and Enduring Computing.
David Hakken, Maurizio Teli and Vincenzo D’Andrea.
Embedding Participatory Design Processes into Everyday Work Activities: The Case of Video Consultation Services for Paraplegics.
Julia Klammer, Fred van den Anker and Monique Janneck.
Fostering self-direction in participatory process design.
Michael Prilla and Alexander Nolte.
Participatory Technique: Exploring the Roles in an Photo Elicitation Dialogue.
Camilla Pedersen and Benedicte Fleron.
Situations and Interactions: Digital café squatting and participatory design.
Boosting Web-based public participation in urban planning with a group of key stakeholders.
Johanna Nuojua, Leena Soudunsaari and Helka-Liisa Hentilä.
Seamless integration of collaborative creativity techniques into group process modelling.
Angela Carell and Alexander Nolte.
Experimenting Introductory Tools for Innovation and Participatory Design.
Loic Marois, Jean Emmanuel Viallet , Franck Poirier and Christine Chauvin.
Five Enunciations of Empowerment in Participatory Design.
Marie Ertner, Anne Mie Kragelund and Lone Malmborg.
Participation in the Design of Endoscopic Operating Theatres in the Netherlands.
Julia A. Garde and Mascha C. van der Voort.
Engaging people in the public space – ANIMATO a design intervention.
‘Teaching the teachers’ Investigating new inclusive design experience to enable secondary school students to think creatively.
Yanki Lee, Kwok Leung Denny Ho.