On the development of idShare, a platform to support interaction design activities of small co-located teams

Javier Quevedo Fernandez, J.M. Schouren, J.B. Martens

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    Abstract

    Externalizations and boundary objects are crucial for effectively communicating between stakeholders in multidisciplinary design teams. Especially when discussing ideas for new interactions, practitioners are increasingly finding themselves in need of new tools that allow them to rapidly, easily and more explicitly describe the dynamically changing aspects of their designs. For this purpose, we are investigating, in collaboration with the design departments of three industrial companies, the development and evaluation of a platform to support co-located (interaction) design activities. Previous research has already resulted in innovations in both hardware and software infrastructure, and in this workshop paper we therefore mostly report on some recent and planned activities towards a more coherent vision for an environment that we have named idShare. This is an interactive space that consists of two areas, an area for individual work and an area for the coordination of collaborative activities. In this paper we describe the aim and motivation of our research, the current stage of the development of the tools, and the design process and evaluations that are conducted in collaboration with the industrial partners.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the International Workshop on Designing Collaborative Interactive Spaces for eCreativity, eLearning, eScience (DCIS'12), in conjunction with the 11th International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI2012), , May 21-25, 2012, Capri, Italy
    Pages1-4
    Publication statusPublished - 2012

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