Probing the recreational home –The cultural probe as a communicative tool for researcher and user

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Probing the recreational home –The cultural probe as a communicative tool for researcher and user. / Kristav, Per.

2005. Artikel presenterad vid Joining Forces International Conference on Design Research, .

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Kristav, P 2005, 'Probing the recreational home –The cultural probe as a communicative tool for researcher and user', Artikel presenterad vid Joining Forces International Conference on Design Research, 2005/09/22 - 2005/09/24.

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Kristav, P. (2005). Probing the recreational home –The cultural probe as a communicative tool for researcher and user. Artikel presenterad vid Joining Forces International Conference on Design Research, .

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Kristav P. 2005. Probing the recreational home –The cultural probe as a communicative tool for researcher and user. Artikel presenterad vid Joining Forces International Conference on Design Research, .

MLA

Kristav, Per Probing the recreational home –The cultural probe as a communicative tool for researcher and user. Joining Forces International Conference on Design Research, 22 sep 2005, Konferenspaper, ej i proceeding/ej förlagsutgivet, 2005.

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Kristav P. Probing the recreational home –The cultural probe as a communicative tool for researcher and user. 2005. Artikel presenterad vid Joining Forces International Conference on Design Research, .

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Kristav, Per. / Probing the recreational home –The cultural probe as a communicative tool for researcher and user. Artikel presenterad vid Joining Forces International Conference on Design Research, .

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TY - CONF

T1 - Probing the recreational home –The cultural probe as a communicative tool for researcher and user

AU - Kristav, Per

PY - 2005

Y1 - 2005

N2 - How can qualitative, ethnographic and emotional aspects from probe users be mapped at the same time as they get something meaningful in return? The emphasis is here on intellectual rewards during probe work rather than future good designs that in a long term perspective can be beneficial for the probe user. This case study has elaborated the traditional use of cultural probes [1] with a selection of ten families with small children in the Öresund region. The idea was to evoke thoughts about recreation and living for the probe users while providing information and inspiration to the scientist. This has been achieved partly through the use of collages. The mixed compositions of images and quotations in the collages are thought to give a quick and effective overview over both what thoughts the probe users have about their home life and how they live. The collages have then been handled over to the probe users as a platform for further discussions. The probes ability to work as something enriching and beneficial to the probe users have been further elaborated in a new way.

AB - How can qualitative, ethnographic and emotional aspects from probe users be mapped at the same time as they get something meaningful in return? The emphasis is here on intellectual rewards during probe work rather than future good designs that in a long term perspective can be beneficial for the probe user. This case study has elaborated the traditional use of cultural probes [1] with a selection of ten families with small children in the Öresund region. The idea was to evoke thoughts about recreation and living for the probe users while providing information and inspiration to the scientist. This has been achieved partly through the use of collages. The mixed compositions of images and quotations in the collages are thought to give a quick and effective overview over both what thoughts the probe users have about their home life and how they live. The collages have then been handled over to the probe users as a platform for further discussions. The probes ability to work as something enriching and beneficial to the probe users have been further elaborated in a new way.

M3 - Paper, not in proceeding

T2 - Joining Forces International Conference on Design Research

Y2 - 22 September 2005 through 24 September 2005

ER -