Title: The GLID method: Moving from design features to underlying values in co-design
Authors: Van Mechelen, Maarten * ×
Derboven, Jan *
Laenen, Ann
Willems, Bert
Geerts, David
Vanden Abeele, Vero #
Issue Date: Jan-2017
Publisher: Academic Press
Series Title: International Journal of Human-computer Studies vol:97 pages:116-128
Abstract: In this paper, we present the GLID method to integrate verbal, material and other co-design outcomes in a structured and coherent analysis. GLID aims to increase internal rigor and transparency in Participatory Design practices and wants to go beyond the surface level of ideas, by identifying participants’ values embedded in co-design outcomes. We discuss GLID's theoretical groundings in multimodality and a values-led approach to Participatory Design, and present a case study with primary school children. This case study demonstrates how the different stages of the GLID method can be applied in practice. Based on the case study, we reflect on how GLID contributes to a holistic, situated and more empathic understanding in co-design practices.
ISSN: 1071-5819
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Technologiecluster Computerwetenschappen
Computer Science Technology TC, Campus Group T Leuven
Associated Faculty of the Arts - miscellaneous
Institute for Media Studies
* (joint) first author
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