Design with an eye for development

R.J.W. Sluis - Thiescheffer, M.M. Bekker, J.H. Eggen, H. Ridder, de, A.P.O.S. Vermeeren

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Samenvatting

When designing with young children it is difficult to understand which participatory design method is best to choose. In this paper we argue that for choosing a good method both the design phase and the developmental stage of young children should be taken into ac-count. We examine how three psychological theories can provide a basis for characterizing and selecting methods and conclude that Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligences works best in the context of design methods.
Originele taal-2Engels
Titelproceedings of the CHICI Annual Research Symposium 2007
RedacteurenJ. Read
Plaats van productiePreston, UK
UitgeverijCHICI
Pagina's1-5
StatusGepubliceerd - 2007
Evenementconference; CHICI Annual Research Symposium; 2007-11-23; 2007-11-23 -
Duur: 23 nov 200723 nov 2007

Congres

Congresconference; CHICI Annual Research Symposium; 2007-11-23; 2007-11-23
Periode23/11/0723/11/07
AnderCHICI Annual Research Symposium

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    Sluis - Thiescheffer, R. J. W., Bekker, M. M., Eggen, J. H., Ridder, de, H., & Vermeeren, A. P. O. S. (2007). Design with an eye for development. In J. Read (editor), proceedings of the CHICI Annual Research Symposium 2007 (blz. 1-5). CHICI.