Productive facilitatory acts - An empirical study of Aalto ArtSpace co-design workshops

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School of Arts, Design and Architecture | Master's thesis
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P1 OPINNÄYTTEET D 2016 Shi
Date
2016
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en
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125+13
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Co-design has gain its popularity in engaging various stakeholders into the design process. Across the industry and academy, co-design workshops are widely used in the early phase of design. Due to the complex interaction nature of co-design workshops, it is challenging for the facilitators to get productive outcomes that are informative to the design project. Although numerous of co-design methods are offered, few attempts to elucidate how co-design practitioners shall facilitate co-design workshops productively. In this thesis, the author sets out to de ne co-design workshops, facilitatory acts and attempts to identify productive facilitatory acts by analysing a serious of three co-design workshop. In addition, the author experiments with the Framing Analysis of Design Articulation (FADA) method (Ylirisku, 2013) in the process of analysing the workshop video records.
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Mattelmäki, Tuuli
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Ylirisku, Salu
Keywords
co-design, workshop, video analysis, facilitation, productiveness, facilitatory acts
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