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Identifying Patterns in IDC Research: Technologies for Improving Children's Well-being Connected to Overweight Issues
How is technology being designed to improve children's well-being? We address this question in connection to childhood overweight issues. On a global level, overweight and obesity among children and youth is recognized to ...
Analyzing Children's Contributions and Experiences in Co-design Activities: Synthesizing Productive Practices
Today, it has been broadly acknowledged in the CCI community that children are not only active learners and users of technology, but can also actively participate in the design process. However, it remains challenging to ...
Human-Centered Design Considerations in Healthcare Contexts: Young Children as Users of Medical Products
(Doctoral thesis at NTNU;2014:242, Doctoral thesis, 2014)
Human-centered design represents an overall perspective wherein people are at the core. However, a general challenge lies in applying human-centered principles to groups of people and situations that are somehow distant ...
Using Phenomenological Hermeneutics to Gain Understanding of Stakeholders in Healthcare Contexts
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
The use of medical products differs from so-called everyday products in that people need them, rather than have a special desire to use them, and also because the use contexts often relate to care. For human-centered ...