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Make it so! Jean-Luc Picard, Bart Simpson and the design of e-public services

By Andy Dearden, A. M. Lauener, F. Slack, C. R. Roast and S. Cassidy

Abstract

<p>In this paper, we report on a project applying participatory design methods to include people who have experience of social exclusion (in one form or another) in designing possible technologies for e-(local)-government services. The work was part of a project for the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister in the UK, and was concerned with ‘access\ud tokens’ that can provide personal identification for individuals accessing public services, based on technologies such as multi-functional smartcards, flash memory sticks, mobile phone SIMs or similar devices. </p>\ud <p>In particular we report on our experience using the ‘pastiche scenarios’ technique recently developed by Mark Blythe. Our findings indicate that the technique can be effective and engaging in helping people to create realistic scenarios of future technology use and highlight some possible pitfalls to consider when using this technique.</p

Publisher: ACM Press
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:shura.shu.ac.uk:48

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