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Designing for the Privacy Commons [chapter]

Darakhshan J. Mir
2021 Governing Privacy in Knowledge Commons  
It considers the challenges in formulating and designing privacy as commons (as per the Governing Knowledge Commons framework (Sanfilippo, Frischmann, and Strandburg 2018)) when privacy ultimately gets  ...  The Contextual Integrity (CI) framework states that privacy is preserved when any arising information flows comply with contextual informational norms and, conversely, privacy is violated when contextual  ...  They point out how while Ostrom's "design principles" (Ostrom 1990 ) for long-enduring commons were not intended to provide a framework to design a commons, nevertheless, they can be integrated in the  ... 
doi:10.1017/9781108749978.011 fatcat:cq2zldp5rfa3hnuassmmjig5ka

Gamification, citizen science, and civic technologies: In search of the common good

Rejane Spitz, Clorisval Pereira Junior, Francisco Queiroz, Leonardo Cardarelli Leite, Peter Dam, Alexandre Cantini Rezende
2018 Strategic Design Research Journal  
of data -and call for a more ethical, critical, and meaningful use of these new potential technologies, and for greater awareness of our new civic responsibilities.  ...  We present a review of selected citizen science and civic technologies' projects highlighting an emerging culture of massive collaborative initiatives that make use of crowdsourcing, enabling users to  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the members of Laboratório de Arte Eletrônica for their invaluable work, as well as the Departamento de Artes & Design and Instituto Tecgraf at Pontifícia  ... 
doi:10.4013/sdrj.2018.113.11 fatcat:ik6vqvql6zegjjyuyd5dmdvncq

Volunteered Geographic Information System Design: Project and Participation Guidelines

José-Pablo Gómez-Barrón, Miguel-Ángel Manso-Callejo, Ramón Alcarria, Teresa Iturrioz
2016 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
Next, a tool is developed in order to design the central crowdsourced processing unit that is best suited for a specific project definition, associating it with a trend towards crowd-based or community-driven  ...  Then, the crowdsourcing process design helps to identify what kind of participants are needed and outline subsequent engagement strategies.  ...  Acknowledgments: We must thank the COST ENERGIC Action IC1203 for providing a funding grant to participate in their Training Schools ("VGI and Citizen Science: Engaging, Creating and Understanding"-2014  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi5070108 fatcat:6masuyd55beormmttl2y75bfoq

Citizen Design Science: A strategy for crowd-creative urban design

Johannes Mueller, Hangxin Lu, Artem Chirkin, Bernhard Klein, Gerhard Schmitt
2018 Cities  
We therefore propose a system to merge Citizen Science and Citizen Design, which requires a structured evaluation process to integrate Design Science methods for urban design.  ...  In this paper, we present Citizen Design Science as a new strategy for cities to integrate citizens' ideas and wishes in the urban planning process.  ...  (FI 370074016) under its Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise programme.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cities.2017.08.018 fatcat:7hjkyhcdfrgwpbb5g347tyfzli

Designing Tool Support for Crowd-Sourced Community Initiatives on Online Neighborhood Social Networks

Pascal Vogel, Christian Grotherr, Tilo Böhmann
2020 European Conference on Information Systems  
We propose crowdsourcing as a suitable approach for mobilizing neighbors to ideate, participate in and collaboratively implement community initiatives on ONSNs.  ...  Using a design science research approach, we develop design goals and design principles for crowd-sourced community initiatives based on literature and empirical data from two case neighborhoods.  ...  Twenty-Eighth European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS2020) -A Virtual AIS Conference. Vogel et al. /Crowd-Sourced Community Initiatives  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/VogelGB20 fatcat:nxbwjbignjf2jiliopvqnn4mam

Crowdsourcing Law and Policy

Brian McInnis, Alissa Centivany, Juho Kim, Marta Poblet, Karen Levy, Gilly Leshed
2017 Companion of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing - CSCW '17 Companion  
Crowdsourcing technologies, strategies and methods offer new opportunities for bridging existing gaps among law, policymaking, and the lived experience of citizens.  ...  What are the common terms and frameworks for conveying the design and experience of a crowd-civic system? When is it not recommended to crowdsource law and policy?  ...  Participants in this workshop will apply a design-thinking approach to conceptualize the future of crowd-civic systems: (1) what the public can accomplish, identifying best practices, e.g., risks, strategies  ... 
doi:10.1145/3022198.3022656 fatcat:7oliujbbunce3o3v5pfzqailjq

Designing an Online Civic Engagement Platform

Cynthia R. Farina, Dmitry Epstein, Josiah Heidt, Mary J. Newhart
2014 International Journal of E-Politics  
), the authors offer specific suggestions for how designers can strike the balance between ease of engagement and quality of engagement -and so bring new voices into public policymaking processes through  ...  "Civic Participation 2.0" attempts to use Web 2.0 information and communication technologies to enable wider civic participation in government policymaking, based on three pillars of open government: transparency  ...  For example, the Open Government Dialogue announced a strong commitment to crowdsourcing: "Our attitude is that any idea, respectfully presented, is a legitimate contribution to the site.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijep.2014010102 fatcat:nnsxhjlz4vccrnzuh2rjypdohy

Transforming Cities by Designing with Communities [chapter]

Rosie Webb, Gabriela Avram, Javier Burón García, Aisling Joyce
2018 The Hackable City  
A 'Designing with Communities' framework has emerged from the process in the 5 years of practice this chapter refers to.  ...  The collaboration model developed is a genuine example of 'hackable city-making', where the local communities are involved in designing specific solutions for improving liveability in their areas, with  ...  From a governance perspective, the AGL works to embed design thinking and methodologies in civic governance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-13-2694-3_5 fatcat:ozsdmc4m3nbojosqfg7do7h2le

Designing a Collaborative Peer-to-peer System for Archaeology: The DigVentures Platform

Brendon Wilkins
2020 Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology  
However, contra Galeazzi and Richardson-Rissetto (2018), it is a stretch to think that the internet has impacted archaeological method and practice to quite the same degree.  ...  But in contrast with initiatives from outside the discipline that draw on collaborative models of ' open ', 'peer-to-peer', or ' distributed'  ...  Forthcoming doctoral scholarship will introduce a theory of change and evaluative framework for measuring the social impact of public participation (Wilkins 2019: 77) , with a longitudinal study of several  ... 
doi:10.5334/jcaa.34 fatcat:2heras3eajcnrgg4uo4nwqrnby

Geoweb 2.0 for Participatory Urban Design: Affordances and Critical Success Factors [article]

Burak Pak, Johan Verbeke
2015 arXiv   pre-print
We elaborate on these in detail and identify a key set of success factors for the facilitation of better practices in the future.  ...  studio learning and design research.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This research was supported by a three-year type (B) "Prospective Research for Brussels" postdoctoral research grant from the Brussels Capital Regional Government, Institute for the Encouragement  ... 
arXiv:1509.01874v1 fatcat:x3auehcbqnayhncbxwmt34muxu

Hackathons as Participatory Design

Alexis Hope, Catherine D'Ignazio, Josephine Hoy, Rebecca Michelson, Jennifer Roberts, Kate Krontiris, Ethan Zuckerman
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '19  
Breastfeeding is not only a public health issue, but also a matter of economic and social justice.  ...  This paper presents an iteration of a participatory design process to create spaces for re-imagining products, services, systems, and policies that support breastfeeding in the United States.  ...  at the MIT Media Lab for enthusiastically welcoming our participants into the space; Chris A.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3290605.3300291 dblp:conf/chi/HopeDHMRKZ19 fatcat:atoxblfpxnawlb3c5nqzdxpsli

Participation is not a Design Fix for Machine Learning [article]

Mona Sloane, Emanuel Moss, Olaitan Awomolo, Laura Forlano
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This paper critically examines existing modes of participation in design practice and machine learning.  ...  Cautioning against 'participation-washing', it suggests that the ML community must become attuned to possibly exploitative and extractive forms of community involvement and shift away from the prerogatives  ...  Such ML design processes are cases of "designing for", i.e. processes that are void of a genuine integration of design users, relying on them to make the design product work ex post.  ... 
arXiv:2007.02423v3 fatcat:vh2bzbx6vrh3djgoks5tl3a5vu

Designing in between Local Government and the Public – Using Institutional Analysis in Interventions on Civic Infrastructures

Sebastian Weise, Paul Coulton, Mike Chiasson
2017 Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  
Yet, such patterns present a valuable resource for design interventions.  ...  Adapting and changing the systems and technologies involved in civic engagement with local government is among the key challenges of collaborative technologies for political participation.  ...  We would like to thank Paul Kelly, Matthias Korn and reviewers for ECSCW'17 for their helpful comments on this work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10606-017-9277-x fatcat:4ggdo27nlvdbxpxyzhz7mmybr4

Conceptualization and Research Progress on Web-Based Product Co-Design

Xin Kang, Jian Kang, Wenyin Chen
2020 Informatics  
Web-based stakeholders' participation in product co-design is an emerging business model for companies. However, research on user's online involvement in product co-design is limited.  ...  A total of 39 of the deemed relevant studies were emphatically analyzed, systematically discusses the concept implication and development status of co-design, and the key points of web-based product co-design  ...  It is open and iterative and will help us understand the essence of co-design and serve as a framework for follow-up literature investigation and analysis.  ... 
doi:10.3390/informatics7030030 fatcat:m73tgcy5vbagdh7x3z5eih2vhi

Geoweb 2.0 for Participatory Urban Design: Affordances and Critical Success Factors

Burak Pak, Johan Verbeke
2014 International Journal of Architectural Computing  
, design empowerment, design studio learning and design research.We elaborate on these in detail and identify a key set of success factors for the facilitation of better practices in the future.  ...  In this paper, we discuss the affordances of open-source Geoweb 2.0 platforms to support the participatory design of urban projects in real-world practices.We first introduce the two open-source platforms  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This research was supported by a three-year type (B) "Prospective Research for Brussels" postdoctoral research grant from the Brussels Capital Regional Government, Institute for the Encouragement  ... 
doi:10.1260/1478-0771.12.3.283 fatcat:mnfyqxl3kbertgqnutbjwvb4ua
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