{	
The  Space2Cre8  Project
Space2Cre8:  	
A  Social  Network  for  Adolescents  
around  the  World
How  can  we  use  digitally-­‐‑enabled  social  networks  to  
position  youth  to  communicate  and  understand  
across...
Oslo, Norway
New York, US
Oakland, US
Western Cape,
South Africa
Lucknow,
India
Northern Territory,
Australia
SITES  AROUN...
Ñ  Iterative  over  three  years	
Ñ  Youth  driven  (in  functionality  &  aesthetics)	
Ñ  Collaboratively  achieved  (...
SPACE2CRE8  Design  Phases	
PHASE  2	
FEB  09-­‐‑AUG  09	
PHASE  1	
OCT  08-­‐‑JAN  09	
PHASE  3	
SEPT  09-­‐‑JUN  10	
PHA...
PHASE  1	
October  2008  -­‐‑  January  2009	
• PROFILES	
• BLOGS	
• PHOTOS	
• VIDEOS	
• GROUPS	
• PRIVATE  
MESSAGES
PHASE  2	
February  2009  -­‐‑  August  2009	
• PROFILES	
• BLOGS	
• PHOTOS	
• VIDEOS	
• GROUPS	
• PRIVATE  MESSAGES	
• HO...
PHASE  3	
September  2009  -­‐‑  June  2010	
• PROFILES	
• BLOGS	
• PHOTOS	
• VIDEOS	
• GROUPS	
• PRIVATE  MESSAGES	
• HOM...
PHASE  4	
July  2010  –  July  2011	
• PROFILES	
• BLOGS	
• PHOTOS	
• VIDEOS	
• GROUPS	
• PRIVATE  MESSAGES	
• HOMEPAGE	
•...
{	
The  Network  Overview	
Communal  pages
{	
Profile  Pages	
Highly  customizable
{	
Media  projects	
Shared  &  circulated
Digital  Stories
Documentaries
Photo  Collages
Gabriella’s  Global  Gaze	
Remixed  Videos
Wearable  Art
Murals
{	
Backend  analytics	
Customized
Back  end  custom  content  analytics	
Clickable  icons  to  explore  content	
Filters  for  
searching  
content
Analytics:  User  profile  page	
Clickable  counts  of  user  activities
Function:  Private  Messages
Content  Pop  Up  Window:  Private  Messages
{	
Some  Insights	
What  we  found
Shift  toward  new  forms  of  
collaboration  over  time
Shift  to  using  different  modes  to  
communicate	
Ñ  Creation  of  hybrid  genres	
Ñ  Use  of  music  and  non-­‐‑
li...
Shift  to  considering  ethical  
obligations  of  dialogue
“[We’re]  definitely  a  group  that  dreams.  
Dreams  of  a  beeer  community.    Dreams  
that  we  want  to  be  heard ...
Glynda Hull, University of California, Berkeley
glynda@berkeley.edu
Amy Stornaiuolo, University of Pennsylvania
amystorn@g...
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  • Looking from point of view of kids
  • -Group narratives-Shared viewing-
  • One genre: school videos, which became progressively more critical over time
  • What responsibilities do authors and audiences bear to one another? Not just to listen but to hear. Not just to hear but to respond, seek understanding?
  • S28 overview

    1. 1. { The  Space2Cre8  Project
    2. 2. Space2Cre8:   A  Social  Network  for  Adolescents   around  the  World
    3. 3. How  can  we  use  digitally-­‐‑enabled  social  networks  to   position  youth  to  communicate  and  understand   across  differences—in  language  and  other  modes  and   media  for  communication,  in  ideology,  in  culture,   and  in  geography?
    4. 4. Oslo, Norway New York, US Oakland, US Western Cape, South Africa Lucknow, India Northern Territory, Australia SITES  AROUND  THE  WORLD Tainan City, Taiwan London, England
    5. 5. Ñ  Iterative  over  three  years Ñ  Youth  driven  (in  functionality  &  aesthetics) Ñ  Collaboratively  achieved  (programmers,   designers,  teachers,  students,  and  researchers) A  Design  Research  Project
    6. 6. SPACE2CRE8  Design  Phases PHASE  2 FEB  09-­‐‑AUG  09 PHASE  1 OCT  08-­‐‑JAN  09 PHASE  3 SEPT  09-­‐‑JUN  10 PHASE  4 JUL  10-­‐‑JUL  11 OCT  08 FEB  09 SEPT  09 JUL  10
    7. 7. PHASE  1 October  2008  -­‐‑  January  2009 • PROFILES • BLOGS • PHOTOS • VIDEOS • GROUPS • PRIVATE   MESSAGES
    8. 8. PHASE  2 February  2009  -­‐‑  August  2009 • PROFILES • BLOGS • PHOTOS • VIDEOS • GROUPS • PRIVATE  MESSAGES • HOMEPAGE • BACKGROUNDS • TRANSLATIONS
    9. 9. PHASE  3 September  2009  -­‐‑  June  2010 • PROFILES • BLOGS • PHOTOS • VIDEOS • GROUPS • PRIVATE  MESSAGES • HOMEPAGE • TRANSLATIONS • BACKGROUNDS • SPLASH  PAGE • CHAT • AUDIO • POINTS
    10. 10. PHASE  4 July  2010  –  July  2011 • PROFILES • BLOGS • PHOTOS • VIDEOS • GROUPS • PRIVATE  MESSAGES • HOMEPAGE • BACKGROUNDS • SPLASH  PAGE • CHAT • AUDIO • POINTS • GAMES • MESSAGE  BLAST • NEWS  SECTION • NOTIFICATIONS
    11. 11. { The  Network  Overview Communal  pages
    12. 12. { Profile  Pages Highly  customizable
    13. 13. { Media  projects Shared  &  circulated
    14. 14. Digital  Stories
    15. 15. Documentaries
    16. 16. Photo  Collages
    17. 17. Gabriella’s  Global  Gaze Remixed  Videos
    18. 18. Wearable  Art
    19. 19. Murals
    20. 20. { Backend  analytics Customized
    21. 21. Back  end  custom  content  analytics Clickable  icons  to  explore  content Filters  for   searching   content
    22. 22. Analytics:  User  profile  page Clickable  counts  of  user  activities
    23. 23. Function:  Private  Messages
    24. 24. Content  Pop  Up  Window:  Private  Messages
    25. 25. { Some  Insights What  we  found
    26. 26. Shift  toward  new  forms  of   collaboration  over  time
    27. 27. Shift  to  using  different  modes  to   communicate Ñ  Creation  of  hybrid  genres Ñ  Use  of  music  and  non-­‐‑ linguistic  modes  to   communicate Ñ  Narrating  everyday  lives Ñ  Making  each  other  more   ‘real’
    28. 28. Shift  to  considering  ethical   obligations  of  dialogue
    29. 29. “[We’re]  definitely  a  group  that  dreams.   Dreams  of  a  beeer  community.    Dreams   that  we  want  to  be  heard  or  seen.  We  want-­‐‑   we  have  something  to  say.    We  have   something  to  say  and  we  want  the  public  to   hear  it.    That'ʹs  what  we  are.    We'ʹre  just  like   the  kids  from  whatever  hood  we'ʹre  from   with  something  to  say.”   -­‐‑Vince  7/28/11  Interview
    30. 30. Glynda Hull, University of California, Berkeley glynda@berkeley.edu Amy Stornaiuolo, University of Pennsylvania amystorn@gse.upenn.edu

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