Sharing Video Datasets in Design Research: The Case of DTRS11

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This paper examines how design researchers, design practitioners and design education can benefit from sharing a dataset. We present the Design Thinking Research Symposium 11 (DTRS11) as an exemplary project that implied sharing video data of design processes and design activity in natural settings with a large group of fellow academics from the international community of Design Thinking Research, for the purpose of facilitating research collaboration and communication within the field of Design and Design Thinking. This approach emphasizes the social and collaborative aspects of design research, where a multitude of appropriate perspectives and methods may be utilized in analyzing and discussing the singular dataset. The shared data is, from this perspective, understood as a design object in itself, which facilitates new ways of working, collaborating, studying, learning and educating within the expanding field of design.

Publication information

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationREDO Cumulus Conference Proceedings
EditorsAnne Louise Bang, Mette Mikkelsen, Anette Flinck
Place of PublicationKolding
PublisherDesignskolen Kolding
Publication date2017
ISBN (Electronic)9788793416154
StatePublished - 2017

    Research areas

  • Design research, Video data, Shared data, Design research methods, Design thinking

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