15. WHERE:Ouahigouya (Burkina Faso)WHO:20 locals between 18-40 with basicfamiliarity with computerWHAT:Teach Internet and explore the impacton people’s daily livesFOR HOW LONG:About 2 months
16. FROM THEORY
17. TO HANDS-ON
18. “WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITHTHIS?”
19. WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITHGOOGLE MAPS?
20. Provide visitors of a map
21. Provide visitors of a Tour guides through map mobile
22. What did we learn from this?Reveal hidden layer of location-based information,waiting to be surfacedCreate new set of services, based on the involvement oflocal people through a digital layerDisclose cultural elements:some people have the role of keeping information,through oral storytelling
23. WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITHSKYPE?
24. Combine Skypecontact with drum
25. Combine Skype Sell product + contactcontact with drum
27. Why is this good:For participants it was a more practical way of learning, anda chance to generate concepts of services and micro-businesses that would make sense into their lives.For us their ideas, were effective ways to gather insightsabout the local culture/context.The information gathered was usually pertinent to thespecific technology introduced and its application there.
28. TECHNOLOGY PROBES
29. Technology probes PARTICIPANT FACILITATOR1 GET TO KNOW THE TOOL PRESENT THE TOOL2 ABSORB FACILITATE CONCEPT GENERATION3 GENERATE POTENTIAL USES INTERPRET
30. TECHNOLOGY CULTURALPROBES PROBESDraw future scenarios Describe the presentDepict yourself through change Depict yourself through normalityDisruption Continuation
31. SO, WHAT?!?
32. DON’T TEACH, MAKE!People are more interested when they practice andhave some autonomy
33. LET THEM DESIGNConcepts reveal people’s culture, needs and dreamsmuch more than a focus group
34. MISUSING IS DESIGNINGFacilitate tinkering beyond what is proposed
35. ANYBODY LEARNING SOMETHINGIS A POTENTIAL TEACHERCreate a core of people that can evolveinto a community over time