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Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action
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Designing Interactions / Experiences: Reflection in Action

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This is the explanation of the Reflection-in-Action component of the completion criteria of the "Designing Interactions / Experiences" module I’m teaching at Köln International School of Design of the …

This is the explanation of the Reflection-in-Action component of the completion criteria of the "Designing Interactions / Experiences" module I’m teaching at Köln International School of Design of the Cologne University of Applied Sciences, which I’m honored to give by invitation of Professor Philipp Heidkamp.

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  • 1. por Itamar Medeiros @designative http://www.linkedin.com/in/designative Designing Interactions 2013-2: DISCOVERY MODE
  • 2. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Introduction » Welcome Designing Interactions: Welcome! My name is Itamar Medeiros http://www.designative.info/ http://www.linkedin.com/in/designative/ medeiros.itamar@gmail.com @designative
  • 3. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Introduction » Learning Objectives and Outline Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action Learning Outcomes §  You will learn the self-evaluation criteria as a component of module completion Class Outline §  The Reflective Practitioner §  Documentation of Brainstorming and Ideas Generation §  Design Development §  Research & Analysis §  Stages of Development §  Final Outcome
  • 4. Introduction: Collect / Create / Relate / Donate Collect Learn from previous experiences ! Relate Consult with peers and mentors " # $ Create Explore, compose, and evaluate possible solutions Donate Disseminating results Shneiderman, B. (February 1999), Creating Creativity for Everyone: User Interfaces for Supporting Innovation, ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction 7, 1 (March 2000), 114-138. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Introduction » Collection / Create / Relate / Donate
  • 5. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » The Reflective Practitioner The practitioner allows himself to experience surprise, puzzlement, or confusion in a situation which he finds uncertain or unique. He reflects on the phenomenon before him, and on the prior understandings which have been implicit in his behaviour. The Reflective Practitioner Schön, D. (1983) The Reflective Practitioner. How professionals think in action, London: Temple Smith.
  • 6. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » The Reflective Practitioner He carries out an experiment which serves to generate both a new understanding of the phenomenon and a change in the situation. The Reflective Practitioner Schön, D. (1983) The Reflective Practitioner. How professionals think in action, London: Temple Smith.
  • 7. Schön, D. (1983) The Reflective Practitioner. How professionals think in action, London: Temple Smith.
  • 8. Capture Your Flag LLC, 2012, “How Reflecting Benefits a Creative Career”, retrieved on December 11th, 2013 from http://www.captureyourflag.com/interview-library/how-reflecting-benefits-a- creative-career-jon-kolko.html
  • 9. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Reflection in Action » Methods for Reflective Practice Here are some tools to help you reflect in action: §  Reflective Journals; §  Peer Groups and Co-operative Inquiry; Reflection in Action: Methods for Reflective Practice Participation, Power and Social Change Team (2013), Reflective Practice in Participatory Methods, retrieved December 11th, 2013 from http://www.participatorymethods.org/method/reflective-practice
  • 10. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Reflection in Action » Components of Module Completion Every reflection-in-action piece of this module consists of 2 (two) parts: §  Group Self-Evaluation; §  Individual Self-Evaluation; Reflection in Action: Components of Module Completion
  • 11. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Reflection in Action » Components of Module Completion Every reflection-in-action piece of this module consists of 2 (two) parts: §  Group Self-Evaluation; §  Individual Self-Evaluation; Reflection in Action: Components of Module Completion
  • 12. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Reflection in Action » Group Self-Evaluation For the Group Self-Evaluation, each group needs to present the outcomes in reflection to different aspects of the design process: §  Documentation of Brainstorming and Ideas Generation §  Design Development §  Research & Analysis §  Stages of Development §  Final Outcome Reflection in Action: Group Self-Evaluation
  • 13. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Group Self-Evaluation » Brainstorming and Ideas Generation How appropriately the ideas generated address the required deliverables of this module, to what depth and how do they address the problems presented in the assignments in original ways? Group Self-Evaluation: Brainstorming and Ideas Generation
  • 14. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Group Self-Evaluation » Design Development How clear and consistent were your choices through the design process, and how do they relate to the principles and theories presented in class? Group Self-Evaluation: Design Development
  • 15. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Group Self-Evaluation » Research and Analysis Present evidence of research undertaken; reflect on your ability to analyze design problems and develop design concepts in response to the problems identified; reflect on what else could you have done; compare and contrast with other problems and methods you’ve used before Group Self-Evaluation: Research and Analysis
  • 16. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Group Self-Evaluation » Stages of Development Provide Evidence of development work through a series of sketches/screenshots; should time have permitted, what else could you have done? Group Self-Evaluation: Stages of Development
  • 17. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Group Self-Evaluation » Final Outcome Reflect on the overall quality of the presentation of the final solution, demonstrating evidence of organization and preparation to the task; reflect overall level of creativity displayed in the final solution; if any other previous work was used as inspiration, please make sure to refer to them. Group Self-Evaluation: Final Outcome
  • 18. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Group Self-Evaluation » Work Ethics Present evidence of ability to manage resources in terms of time, materials and people; reflect on how effective was the management of your learning with regards to time management, organization and planning skills; Group Self-Evaluation: Work Ethics
  • 19. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Relate » Group Self-Evaluation Relate: Group Self-Evaluation For the Group Self-Evaluation, each group needs to present the outcomes in reflection to different aspects of the design process: §  Documentation of Brainstorming and Ideas Generation §  Design Development §  Research & Analysis §  Stages of Development §  Final Outcome
  • 20. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Reflection in Action » Components of Module Completion Every reflection-in-action piece of this module consists of 2 (two) parts: §  Group Self-Evaluation; §  Individual Self-Evaluation; Reflection in Action: Components of Module Completion
  • 21. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Reflection in Action » Individual Self-Evaluation For the Individual Self-Evaluation, each one of you needs to reflect on the design methods and concepts presented in the class with regard to: §  Your previous experiences; §  Challenges you’ve faced; §  Hindsight Analysis; §  Action Plan Reflection in Action: Individual Self-Evaluation
  • 22. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Individual Self-Evaluation » Your Previous Experience Compare and contrast the methods and concepts presented in class to your previous: §  Professional Practice §  Academic Experience Individual Self-Evaluation: Your previous experience
  • 23. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Individual Self-Evaluation » Your Previous Experience Describe the challenges you’ve experienced while implementing the methods/concepts presented in the class, in particular: §  What happened? §  What were you thinking/feeling? §  What was good and bad about the experience? Individual Self-Evaluation: Challenges You’ve Faced
  • 24. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Individual Self-Evaluation » Hindsight Analysis Analyze the challenges you’ve experienced while implementing the methods/concepts presented in the class with regards to: §  What sense can you make of the situation? §  What else could you have done? Individual Self-Evaluation: Hindsight Analysis
  • 25. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Collect » Individual Self-Evaluation » Action Plan Based on the Hindsight Analyses previously mentioned, devise an action plan that addresses the following: §  Should you face the same situation again, what would you do differently? Individual Self-Evaluation: Action Plan
  • 26. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Relate » Individual Self-Evaluation Relate: Individual Self-Evaluation For the Individual Self-Evaluation, each one of you needs to reflect on the design methods and concepts presented in the class with regard to: §  Your previous experiences; §  Challenges you’ve faced; §  Hindsight Analysis; §  Action Plan
  • 27. { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Create » Reflection in Action Create: Reflection in Action Produce 2 (two) presentations to respond to the 2 (two) parts of the reflection-in-action component of the module: §  Group Self-Evaluation; §  Individual Self-Evaluation;
  • 28. Post your Group Self-evaluation at KISD; Send your Individual Self-Evaluation presentation to me at: itamar.medeiros@designative.info { Designing Interactions: Reflection in Action } Youareat: Donate » Disseminating Results Donate: Disseminating Results

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