Colin Gray, Austin Toombs, Marlo Owczarzak, Christopher Watkins
In the past decade, HCI scholars have increasingly adopted framings of design activity that do not rely upon the pairing of users to designers. Historical approaches such as participatory design and co-design have become more acceptable and mainstream; some have even suggested that user-centered design as we know it is dead  and should be replaced by approaches that instead value the full complexity of stakeholders who are present in each design situation. Insights One of the most substantial approaches to reconfiguring design practices in HCI has come through the creation of an approach known as digital civics…
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