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Working Anywhere: Co-design Through Participation

  • U. Dandavate
  • D. Steiner
  • C. William
Conference paper

Abstract

This paper outlines a participatory research project in which multidisciplinary teams from SonicRim and ACCO Brands worked to understand people’s experiences of working away from their primary workspaces. The paper will use this project to illustrate the processes of collaboration (between SonicRim, ACCO and end-users), cultivation (of customer intuition) and ideation (through continual empathy with end user experience).

Keywords

Participatory Approach User Type Office Product Final Workshop Participatory Research Project 
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© Springer-Verlag London Limited 2000

Authors and Affiliations

  • U. Dandavate
  • D. Steiner
  • C. William

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