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In research on health and wellbeing, resourcefulness is seen as an important skill that can improve quality of life. In design and HCI literature, it has long been acknowledged that resourcefulness is about more than human skills and involves the adaptation, modification and reinvention of technologies in everyday life. In this paper we argue how certain aspects of resourcefulness have so far remained under-theorized, and present a new design perspective on resourcefulness that is grounded indoi:10.1145/3064663.3064698 dblp:conf/ACMdis/KuijerNG17 fatcat:2wlhzi3ulrbcrgqkh2w4ljif2a