Co-Located Team Designing

The Oscillation Between Individual and Social Processes

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Contemporary approaches to the study of design teams tend to assume that teamwork is entirely social, thereby failing to examine the extent to which design team processes involve the assumed joint attention and social collaboration. Nowadays mobile devices enable a situation where almost the entire design process is carried out in a team co-located setting, which allows for both individual and social creative processes during teamwork. In this perspective, this article explores the oscillation between co-located individual and social design activity. To study the shift from individual to social activity within design teamwork, we surveyed 23 hours of team activity amongst 25 high-school students by coding and analyzing captured video of their teamwork while working in a self-imposed manner on a design task. We found that different creative sub-processes, such as information search, problem defining, idea generation, decision-making, and feedback, foster different degrees of joint attention, and that the joint attention may be established more successfully through analogue and shared digital communicative resources.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelDRS2018 International Conference Proceedings
RedaktørerCristiano Storni, Keelin Leahy, Peter Lloyd, Erik Bohemia
Vol/bind3
Udgivelses stedLimerick
ForlagDesign Research Society
Publikationsdato2018
Sider1297-1313
ISBN (Elektronisk)9781912294183
StatusUdgivet - 2018
BegivenhedDesign Research Society 2018: Catalyst - University of Limerick, Limerick, Irland
Varighed: 25 jun. 201828 jun. 2018
http://www.drs2018limerick.org/

Konference

KonferenceDesign Research Society 2018
LokationUniversity of Limerick
LandIrland
ByLimerick
Periode25/06/201828/06/2018
Internetadresse
NavnProceedings of DRS International Conference
Vol/bind3
ISSN2398-3132

Emneord

  • Team designing
  • Individual creativity
  • Social creativity
  • Joint attention
  • Co-located teamwork

Citer dette

Christensen, B., & Abildgaard, S. J. J. (2018). Co-Located Team Designing: The Oscillation Between Individual and Social Processes. I C. Storni, K. Leahy, P. Lloyd, & E. Bohemia (red.), DRS2018 International Conference Proceedings (Bind 3, s. 1297-1313). Limerick: Design Research Society. Proceedings of DRS International Conference, Bind. 3
Christensen, Bo ; Abildgaard, Sille Julie Jøhnk. / Co-Located Team Designing : The Oscillation Between Individual and Social Processes. DRS2018 International Conference Proceedings. red. / Cristiano Storni ; Keelin Leahy ; Peter Lloyd ; Erik Bohemia. Bind 3 Limerick : Design Research Society, 2018. s. 1297-1313 (Proceedings of DRS International Conference, Bind 3).
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Christensen, B & Abildgaard, SJJ 2018, Co-Located Team Designing: The Oscillation Between Individual and Social Processes. i C Storni, K Leahy, P Lloyd & E Bohemia (red), DRS2018 International Conference Proceedings. bind 3, Design Research Society, Limerick, Proceedings of DRS International Conference, bind 3, s. 1297-1313, Design Research Society 2018, Limerick, Irland, 25/06/2018.

Co-Located Team Designing : The Oscillation Between Individual and Social Processes. / Christensen, Bo; Abildgaard, Sille Julie Jøhnk.

DRS2018 International Conference Proceedings. red. / Cristiano Storni; Keelin Leahy; Peter Lloyd; Erik Bohemia. Bind 3 Limerick : Design Research Society, 2018. s. 1297-1313 (Proceedings of DRS International Conference, Bind 3).

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningpeer review

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