Audrey Desjardins, Ron Wakkary, William Odom, Henry Lin, Markus Schilling
Research through design (RtD) often centers on the making of things—artifacts, systems, services, or other forms—as a means to construct new knowledge in the interaction design and human-computer interaction (HCI) research communities. While designing things plays a prominent role in conducting research, there is an ongoing discussion around how insights, knowledge, and, more broadly, theories emerging from RtD should be documented, articulated, and communicated in the HCI and interaction design communities. Insights In recent years, annotated portfolios , design workbooks , and pictorials  have emerged as approaches used to communicate RtD insights through “the lingua franca of…
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