Soud Nassir, Adel Al-Dawood, Elham Alghamdi, Eman Alyami
Recently, the ArabHCI (https://arabhci.org/) initiative conducted a workshop that sought to "explore participatory design methods to engage with Arab communities" , encouraging researchers and practitioners to bring forward their stories, experiences, and lessons learned from conducting qualitative fieldwork and designing in the Arab world. Similarly, the workshop included discussions of the extent to which current HCI approaches are culturally and methodologically challenged in the Arab context. One of the most prevalent themes discussed in the workshop was the difficulty around recruiting participants, particularly women in Saudi Arabia. In this article, we (four Saudi researchers) aim to briefly describe how…
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