Collaborating for video: Using video to provoke performance in collaborative design teams
Examensarbete för masterexamen
Interaction design and technologies (MPIDE), MSc
In this thesis, I investigate the role of video in collaborative process- particularly how it determines the way people act when exposed to presenting to video and how it can be integrated into ongoing work process without being an activity in itself. I explore this through participating in, and reflecting on, a collaborative design process. In this process, video is generated by researchers, users, designers and company stakeholders, and analyzed by me. As an outcome I propose a list of aspects to consider when conducting and using video in time constrained collaborative design processes that can help to establish condensed and engaging videos. In addition to this, I also describe observations made on how video can influence workshop participants. I have come to an understanding that video is not only suitable for documenting activities or communicating information in a rich and compelling way in design processes, but it also enhances collaboration as it tends to provoke performance.
Interaktionsteknik , Interaction Technologies