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  • Liesbeth Huybrechts, Katrien Dreessen & Selina Schepers Social Spaces / MAD-faculty / FAK (KULeuven)“Mapping design practices: on risk, hybridity and participation”
  • MAP-it is a participatory method (background map, stickersheets, scenario,..) that has been developed, tested and appliedin diverse contexts
  • Reflective => creative. Conclusion from research cases and literature:introduction of risk-taking in the participatory process in 3 ways:(1) working over the borders of the own discipline in a hybrid zone, (2) provoking frictionand (3) releasing control.
  • Case: negotiating values in organising a FabLabwith “MAP-it” (blueprint, machines, people,..)
  • 1. MAP-it allows people to negotiate in a hybrid zonebetween disciplines (Muller, 2002): abstract icons, various media, turn taking
  • 2. MAP-it allows friction‘risk-stickers and certain game rules introduce friction to the workshopin playful manner and stimulate different view (e.g. stairs, slope, newbuilding)
  • 3. MAP-it encourages releasing control via its opennesse.g. Fablab participants forced to open ways of working via open icons
  • Discussion(1) Open source kit requires choices by toolkit designers around definition of ‘acceptable risk’ (levelhybridity, openness, friction; via design stickers, background, game...). (2) However, MAP-it forcesdesigners to release control to participants (e.g. redefine space fablab). (3) Every decision dependson projects goal.
  • For more information, see: www.map-it.beAlso, feel free to download the MAP-it mapping kit and startmapping!