Co-Designing for Life: three examples of human-driven design practices for sustainable services

Veikko Ikonen, Marketta Niemelä, Minna Kulju, Antti Tammela, Tuomo Kivinen, Maarit Wallenius, Heidi Korhonen, Eija Kaasinen, Maria Alaoja

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Abstract

In this paper, we describe experiences of various projects when exploiting a collaborative design approach for the development of new services or products. Early user involvement in the product development process is nowadays generally accepted and standardised. Also broad stakeholder involvement, ecosystem and living lab approaches are introduced for more contextual, need-driven and holistic development of service system. However, the methods and techniques for accomplishing this may vary widely. Various methods naturally fit for certain special purposes but also customizing of methods for special needs and particular contexts is very important. Broad stakeholder involvement and commitment for lengthy development process needs to be taken into account when planning design process. In addition co-design and authentic, active user participation to design, calls for the new approaches, methods and tools and even renewal of the traditional model of user centered design
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of CHI 2013 Workshop “Made for Sharing: HCI Stories for Transfer, Triumph and Tragedy”
PublisherUniversity of Leicester
Pages16-22
Publication statusPublished - 2013
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventMade for Sharing: HCI Stories for Transfer, Triumph and Tragedy, Workshop at the ACM CHI 2013 conference - Université Paris-Dauphine, Paris, France
Duration: 27 Apr 2013 → …

Workshop

WorkshopMade for Sharing: HCI Stories for Transfer, Triumph and Tragedy, Workshop at the ACM CHI 2013 conference
CountryFrance
CityParis
Period27/04/13 → …

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Product development
Ecosystems
Planning
User centered design

Keywords

  • Human-driven design
  • ubiquitous computing
  • co-design
  • innovation showrooms
  • open innovation
  • stakeholder -based design

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Ikonen, V., Niemelä, M., Kulju, M., Tammela, A., Kivinen, T., Wallenius, M., ... Alaoja, M. (2013). Co-Designing for Life: three examples of human-driven design practices for sustainable services. In Proceedings of CHI 2013 Workshop “Made for Sharing: HCI Stories for Transfer, Triumph and Tragedy” (pp. 16-22). University of Leicester.
Ikonen, Veikko ; Niemelä, Marketta ; Kulju, Minna ; Tammela, Antti ; Kivinen, Tuomo ; Wallenius, Maarit ; Korhonen, Heidi ; Kaasinen, Eija ; Alaoja, Maria. / Co-Designing for Life: three examples of human-driven design practices for sustainable services. Proceedings of CHI 2013 Workshop “Made for Sharing: HCI Stories for Transfer, Triumph and Tragedy”. University of Leicester, 2013. pp. 16-22
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Co-Designing for Life: three examples of human-driven design practices for sustainable services. / Ikonen, Veikko; Niemelä, Marketta; Kulju, Minna; Tammela, Antti; Kivinen, Tuomo; Wallenius, Maarit; Korhonen, Heidi; Kaasinen, Eija; Alaoja, Maria.

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