Among 75-90% of residents in Danish nursing homes are diagnosed with dementia. This article explore how a team of five 3rd semester bachelor's design students sought to improve quality of life for elderly people with dementia in a nursing home through a co-design process of a new sensory stimulation technology. Participatory Design researchers agree that it is important to involve diverse actors in the design process such as elderly with dementia, nursing home management, nursing staff etc. But when involving many different actors in designing new products, services and systems the challenge is to navigate the many perspectives and concerns of these actors, which is often conflicting and hence needs negotiating. ‘We draw upon the ANT framework to analyse how ‘matters of concern’ (MoCs) are negotiated and to discuss how designers navigate by staging and facilitating design interactions to support negotiation of MoCs among numerous actors during the design process.
|Bogserie||Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design|
|Status||Udgivet - 26 jul. 2019|
|Begivenhed||International Conference on Engineering Design - Delft, Holland|
Varighed: 5 aug. 2019 → 8 aug. 2019
Konferencens nummer: 22
|Konference||International Conference on Engineering Design|
|Periode||05/08/2019 → 08/08/2019|