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Growing Existing Aboriginal Designs to Guide a Cross-Cultural Design Project

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Designing across cultures requires considerable attention to inter-relational design methods that facilitate mutual exploration, learning and trust. Many Western design practices have been borne of a different model, utilizing approaches for the design team to rapidly gain insight into “users” in order to deliver concepts and prototypes, with little attention paid to different cultural understandings about being, knowledge, participation and life beyond the design project. This paper describes a project that intends to create and grow a sustainable set of technology assisted communication practices for the Warnindilyakwa people of Groote Eylandt in the form of digital noticeboards. Rather than academic practices of workshops, interviews, probes or theoretical discourses that emphasize an outside-in perspective, we emphasize building upon the local designs and practices. Our team combines bilingual members from the local Land Council in collaboration with academics from a remote urban university two thousand kilometers away. We contribute an approach of growing existing local practices and materials digitally in order to explore viable, innovative and sustainable technical solutions from this perspective.
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hal-01497444 , version 1 (28-03-2017)

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Margot Brereton, Paul Roe, Thomas Amagula, Serena Bara, Judy Lalara, et al.. Growing Existing Aboriginal Designs to Guide a Cross-Cultural Design Project. 14th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT), Sep 2013, Cape Town, South Africa. pp.323-330, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-40483-2_22⟩. ⟨hal-01497444⟩
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