15 long papers were accepted for presentation at PDC 2010 from 60 submissions. This maintains the average PDC acceptance rate of round 25%. The successful papers are:
What community? Facilitating awareness of ‘community’ through Playful Triggers.
Yoko Akama and Tania Ivanka.
Participatory design and “democratizing innovation”.
Erling Björgvinsson, Pelle Ehn and Per-Anders Hillgren.
User gains and PD aims: Assessment from a participatory design project.
Claus Bossen, Christian Dindler and Ole Sejer Iversen.
Enhancing citizenship: the role of in-between infrastructures.
Andrea Botero and Joanna Saad-Sulonen.
Challenges of Participation in Large-Scale Public Projects.
Social Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities for Participation.
Penny Hagen and Toni Robertson.
Rekindling Values in Participatory Design.
Ole Sejer Iversen, Kim Halskov and Tuck Wah Leong.
Effects-Driven IT Development: An Instrument for Supporting Sustained Participatory Design.
Morten Hertzum and Jesper Simonsen.
Taking transition into account: designing with pre-users of medical devices.
Janet Kelly and Ben Matthews.
Children Imitate! Appreciating recycling in participatory design with children.
Leena Kuure, Eija Halkola, Netta Iivari, Marianne Kinnula and Tonja Molin-Juustila.
Bringing in Communicative Rationality into Design Participation: A Lesson from Inclusive Design.
Kwok Leung Denny Ho, Jin Ma, Peter Chin Kah Chuah and Yanki Lee.
Threads – A Mobile Sewing Circle: Making Private Matters Public in Temporary Assemblies.
Kristina Lindström and Åsa Ståhl.
Entanglements of Participation, Gender, Power and Knowledge in IT Design.
Spaces for Participatory Creativity.
Tone Bratteteig and Ina Wagner.
Being Participated – A community approach.
Heike Winschiers-Theophilus, Shilumbe Chivuno-Kuria, Gereon Kapuire, Nicola Bidwell and Edwin Blake.