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Designing for Self-Regulation from both Pragmatic and Critical Design Lenses

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Published
Publication date9/06/2018
Number of pages5
Original languageEnglish
EventDesigning Interactive Systems (DIS'18) Workshop: Let’s Get Divorced: Constructing Knowledge Outcomes for Critical Design and Constructive Design Research - Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Duration: 9/06/201813/06/2018
http://dis2018.org

Conference

ConferenceDesigning Interactive Systems (DIS'18) Workshop: Let’s Get Divorced: Constructing Knowledge Outcomes for Critical Design and Constructive Design Research
CountryHong Kong
CityHong Kong
Period9/06/1813/06/18
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Abstract

This paper outlines two case studies of constructive design research. These describe prototypes designed to support users’ self-regulation of attention, and emotional arousal, respectively. The paper draws from key aspects of pragmatic design as well as of critical design. It also develops an argument that the described prototypes are illustrations of a critical design approach, albeit not the rather restricted conceptualization of Dunne but its revision advanced by Bardzell and Bardzell, and Senger’s reflective design.