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Designing with people with disabilities

Ravihansa Rajapakse, Margot Brereton, Paul Roe, Laurianne Sitbon
2014 Proceedings of the 26th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference on Designing Futures the Future of Design - OzCHI '14  
However, efforts to adapt DIY practices in designing with people with disabilities tend to face difficulties with regard to continuous commitment, infrastructure provision and proper guidance.  ...  Individualization of design is often necessary particularly when designing with people with disabilities.  ...  This paper explores ways to adapt best practices of DIY and DSO approaches in co-designing technologies with people with disabilities.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2686612.2686694 dblp:conf/ozchi/RajapakseBRS14 fatcat:2f3wj4r4krf2rbtofprvlvk7lq

Maker Technology and the Promise of Empowerment in a Flemish School for Disabled Children

Bert Vandenberghe, Kathrin Gerling, Luc Geurts, Vero Vanden Abeele
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
In Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research, it is seen as a means of empowering people, providing afordable and customisable technology with potential to enrich areas such as education or assistive technology  ...  Maker culture encourages do-it-yourself practices to create, repair, and repurpose technology.  ...  DIY for assistive technology seems to remain a practice of "able-bodied people with a technical background who are part of the extended care network around a person with a disability" [56] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491102.3501853 fatcat:l3awli3narbjziifsfznj5wtl4

DAKWAH BIL-HAL: MUHAMMADIYAH STRATEGY IN THE EMPOWERMENT OF DISABILITIES GROUPS IN YOGYAKARTA

Fadri Ari Sandi
2017 IJASOS- International E-journal of Advances in Social Sciences  
This action aims to be able to raise the praise, dignity, and welfare of marginalized groups (people with disabilities in Yogyakarta).  ...  Especially for those who have special needs or often called people with disabilities. People with disabilities are a group that often gets discriminated in every activity of life.  ...  Therefore, entrepreneurship is one of the best ways for people with disabilities to get out of their shackling problems.  ... 
doi:10.18769/ijasos.367315 fatcat:5mwphxzwrnbhtcdn66aetmbisq

Covid-19 Response From Global Makers: The Careables Cases of Global Design and Local Production

Barbara Kieslinger, Teresa Schaefer, Claudia Magdalena Fabian, Elisabetta Biasin, Enrico Bassi, Ricardo Ruiz Freire, Nadine Mowoh, Nawres Arif, Paulien Melis
2021 Frontiers in Sociology  
We draw our cases from the experiences made in Careables, a mixed community of people and organizations committed to the co-design and making of open, personalized healthcare for everyone.  ...  globally share designs of Open Source healthcare products, such as face shields and other medical supplies.  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS BK is the main author and added the abstract, the state-of-the-art sections, case study descriptions, discussion and conclusion, study design was done by BK, TS, and CF; CF described  ... 
doi:10.3389/fsoc.2021.629587 pmid:33869577 pmcid:PMC8022563 fatcat:jpfgqwbgpvc2hnrs4r34incima

The Inner Resource: Enabling the Designer within Us All – A Case Study

Alastair S. Macdonald
2013 The Design Journal  
The author proposes that within us all is a set of skills, strategies and modes of thinking commonly found in designers that, if recognized, understood and enabled, could potentially be practiced by non-design  ...  Inclusive, participative and co-design approaches have tended to include non-design individuals either as part of the consultation process at one end of the 'inclusive' spectrum of design processes, or  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Emily Campbell and Melanie Andrews at the RSA; Mr David Allan, Dr Mariel Purcell and staff and patients at QENSIU; Prof Bernie Conway of University of Strathclyde  ... 
doi:10.2752/175630613x13584367984901 fatcat:45nac6nuwbbstg7kysngukfvxi

Understanding Volunteer AT Fabricators

Jeremiah Parry-Hill, Patrick C. Shih, Jennifer Mankoff, Daniel Ashbrook
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '17  
Informed by interviews with 14 stakeholders in e-NABLE, including volunteers and clinicians, we discuss differences and synergies among each group with respect to motivations, skills, and perceptions of  ...  We present the results of a study of e-NABLE, a distributed, collaborative volunteer effort to design and fabricate upperlimb assistive technology devices for limb-different users.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Jon Schull and Shaun Kane for their feedback and advice on our study. This work was supported in part by the National Science Foundation under grant IIS-1464377.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3025453.3026045 dblp:conf/chi/Parry-HillSMA17 fatcat:x5nb2gehijg5ngh6vyaxff4kem

WHAT SHAPES PUBLIC SECTOR INNOVATION?

Bevaola Kusumasari, Agus Pramusinto, Anang Dwi Santoso, Cinintya Audori Fathin
2019 Public Policy and Administration  
One of the practical implications here is that public institutions can use the findings of this study to begin developing innovation within their organization and implement it using the stages of strategy  ...  In this study, the desk review method was used with data of the public services available in Indonesia to analyse the determinants of service innovations in the public sector.  ...  Meanwhile, the Special Health Insurance for People with Disability also demonstrates the government's commitment to increasing the quality of public service for people with disabilities.  ... 
doi:10.13165/vpa-19-18-4-05 doaj:54978210c4b04db9aa2614a0aa4f0fe4 fatcat:vn6ssy7kn5b4dbrasdpxp3vt6i

A User-Centric View of Intelligent Environments: User Expectations, User Experience and User Role in Building Intelligent Environments

Eija Kaasinen, Tiina Kymäläinen, Marketta Niemelä, Thomas Olsson, Minni Kanerva, Veikko Ikonen
2012 Computers  
Aarts [4] saw a focus shift in AmI visions from productivity in business environments to a consumer-and user-centered design approach.  ...  The development, concretization and adaptation of large-scale and truly intelligent environments has been slow, and intelligent environments are still rare in actual use.  ...  The Music Creation Tool designed for a special group, people with a mild or moderate (Diagnosis ICD-10) intellectual learning disability, had to be flexible and provide options according to various skill  ... 
doi:10.3390/computers2010001 fatcat:qib5bv4q55f73fl6sq6dhf4qci

Benefits and the hidden face of the maker movement: Thoughts on its appropriation in African context | Os benefícios e a face oculta do movimento maker: Reflexões sobre sua apropriação no contexto africano

Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou
2017 Liinc em Revista  
The method used is a literature review, which reveals that the maker movement is embodied in hacker ethics, DIY and free software ideologies.  ...  The aim of this paper is to explore benefits and critics of the maker movement, in the perspective of its adoption in African context.  ...  Some authors put technology at the core of hackerspaces and define them as "community spaces created by people committed to new approaches towards technology use and design, based on the open sharing of  ... 
doi:10.18617/liinc.v13i1.3774 fatcat:ssuq5wk2qvghtlrzybl5qmodrm

Careables Impact Assessment Plan

Teresa Schaefer, Barbara Kieslinger, Claudia M. Fabian
2018 Zenodo  
Made4You facilitates the co-design of open healthcare for people with physical limitations and aims to unit a community of makers, health care professionals and people with physical limitations who develop  ...  This deliverable describes Made4You's approach towards evaluation and impact assessment.  ...  Best practices will exchanged between the organisers of MeetUps in the three countries and documented in our reports.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4086132 fatcat:nwmfxsplibhdpam6jbdgbbeguu

Careables Interim Impact Assessment Report

Teresa Schaefer, Barbara Kieslinger, Claudia M. Fabian
2019 Zenodo  
These solutions addressed very specific needs of people who suffer from disabilities or illness.  ...  These co-creation events assembled people with specific health needs, makers, designers, health professionals and European citizens in trans-disciplinary teams which successfully co-created open healthcare  ...  ("Expected to get in contact with nice people, with nice ideas and develop practical solutions for real questions.") • As well as getting insights into the design process and how conduct userdriven design  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4086134 fatcat:i27vafsadrfu5edjowewm5swla

The Challenges of Service Provision

C. G. Swift, M. P. Severs
1997 Age and Ageing  
Mechanisms are clearly needed at an organizational level to build new bridges with the allied professions, but also in such a way as to sustain best practice and service traditions and ideally to promote  ...  Sound epidemiological approaches are necessary to the design and conduct of large-scale studies.  ...  (ii) Has taken into consideration local epidemiological data on the conditions of interest (iii) Can be accessed by most of those for whom it is designed?  ... 
doi:10.1093/ageing/26.suppl_4.30 pmid:9506431 fatcat:iwadqeocaza5zombilfjwck2ki

Medical Anthropology in Aotearoa New Zealand: A Thoughtpiece

C. Trundle
2017 Health, Culture and Society  
By tracing the neoliberal reform of state healthcare, indigenous approaches to wellbeing, local cultural practices of health, and the complex ethics involved in health and illness, this paper spotlights  ...  These reflect New Zealand's particular historical, political, social and cultural landscape, and reveal the relevance of local scholarship for wider global debates about health.  ...  Exploring if and when d/Deafness is classified or experienced as a disability, they reveal the predicament d/Deaf people face in accessing disability services and assuming disabled identities while feeling  ... 
doi:10.5195/hcs.2017.241 fatcat:bykxisgo4vg65lx3go3y2drhxu

Organizational Learning and Marketing Capability Development

Gordon Liu, Wai-Wai Ko
2011 Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly  
Declaration of Conflicting Interests The author(s) declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors appreciate the constructive comments from Editor Jeffrey Brudney and anonymous NVSQ reviewers.  ...  Social mission Responding to the needs of humanity Training people with learning disabilities Improving animal welfare Providing quality time and service for each patients Improving end  ... 
doi:10.1177/0899764011411722 fatcat:gf2z5fkysrazlhaycorzbctqia

Business Modelling [chapter]

Jan Jonker, Niels Faber
2021 Organizing for Sustainability  
In this chapter, we provide you with an introduction to the nature and logic of business models.  ...  With the Business Model Template (BMT), we try to resolve most of these criticisms.  ...  Selfemployed entrepreneurs in a bread fund agree to support each other with donations in the event of a disability.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-78157-6_2 fatcat:b6oamvp4ybapjjcdgmfntuaaby
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