Facilitating Teamwork in the Design Process: Repertory Grid as an Approach to Exploratory Inquiry

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By approaching the Repertory Grid as an exploratory design game and drawing on insight in diagrammatic reasoning we argue that this approach is useful in supporting team work in the design process. In this paper we draw on two courses inviting textile design students to contribute to the development of the Repertory Grid - originated in psychology as a one-to-one interview technique - into a tool for articulation and dialogue. Especially the concept of eliciting bipolar constructs using the triadic difference - asking how two elements are alike but different from a third one - proves to support in-depth investigations, open-ended discussions and the formulation of collective proposals and agreements in the design process.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelNordic Design Research Conference: Engaging Artifacts
Antal sider10
Publikationsdato2009
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2009
Begivenhed2009 Nordic Design Research Conference: Engaging Artifacts - Oslo, Norge
Varighed: 30 aug. 20091 sep. 2009
Konferencens nummer: 3

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Konference2009 Nordic Design Research Conference: Engaging Artifacts
Nummer3
LandNorge
ByOslo
Periode30/08/200901/09/2009

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Bang, AL & Nissen, K 2009, Facilitating Teamwork in the Design Process: Repertory Grid as an Approach to Exploratory Inquiry. i Nordic Design Research Conference: Engaging Artifacts. 2009 Nordic Design Research Conference: Engaging Artifacts, Oslo, Norge, 30/08/2009. https://doi.org/http://ocs.sfu.ca/nordes/index.php/nordes/2009/paper/view/251/135

Facilitating Teamwork in the Design Process : Repertory Grid as an Approach to Exploratory Inquiry. / Bang, Anne Louise; Nissen, Kirsten.

Nordic Design Research Conference: Engaging Artifacts. 2009.

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