publication . Other literature type . Conference object . 1990

Reflections on participatory design: lessons from the trillium experience

Jeanette L. Blomberg; Austin Henderson;
  • Published: 01 Jan 1990
  • Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
In recent years system engineers, product designers, and human interface designers have become increasingly interested in developing ways of involving users in the design and evolution of computer-based systems. Some have turned for guidance and inspiration to an approach to systems design pioneered in Scandinavia and often referred to as Participatory Design. In this paper we examine the development of a computer-based design tool, Trillium, which on the surface looked like an example of Participatory Design in that users were directly involved in the development of the technology. Our analysis leads us to conclude, however, that Trillium's development departed...
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