Dale Hinch & Karin Andersson


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Dale Hinch & Karin Andersson

  1. 1. Augmenting pen and paper to support creative collaboration in design education www.paper-works.org Contacts: Dale.hinch@edexcel.org.uk Karin.Andersson@mah.se
  2. 2. PaperWorks • Integrating paper technologies • King’s College London, Coordinator and User Studies • Acreo, Ink and Printing • Novel displays and • Anoto, Pen and Pattern • ArjoWiggins, Paper presentation devices • University of Brunel, Electronic and Product Design • ETH Zurich, Software Architectures and Applications • Developing applications and • Malmo University, Conceptual Design and User Studies cross-media (blended media) • Pearson / Edexcel, Publishing and User Domains content • Understanding practices of publishers • Supporting alternative forms of content production • Understanding new affinities between paper and digital materials: classrooms, specialist domains, publishing 2
  3. 3. Example case studies • Museum activity sheets and catalogues (Natural History Museum, BBC OU Blue Planet) • The augmented textbook (Pearson Education) • The bespoke guidebook (Edinburgh Festival) • Design support for creative assessment (Pearson Edexcel) • ... 3
  4. 4. TERU and the e-Scape project • The development of a system to facilitate collaborative design work • Research to examine the extent to which - and the ways in which - innovation and team- work might be more fully recognised and rewarded in assessment processes, particularly within GCSE 4
  5. 5. Introduction to e-Scape booklet • The e-Scape booklet has been developed by Goldsmith College, University of London • Making it possible to assess the ability to – generate ideas – develop ideas – and proove ideas • The e-Scape booklet is used in two phases – During the project exam / design task, by students – During assessment, by the assessors 5
  6. 6. Prototype B A3 paper + PDA 6
  7. 7. e-scape • How can augmenting a paper-based design process support collaborative sketching? • Computer / PDA based sketching has some limitations • Studies of designers collaborative work and use of paper • Design, develop and test interactive collaboration concepts – keeping a paper based sketching practice 7
  8. 8. Prototype C A3 digital paper + digital pen 8
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  10. 10. Silent interaction 10
  11. 11. ANALYSIS • Sketching is a central part of their interaction • The pen was not just used a writing device but also a means to relate the sketch to the model • Several iterations of the design ideas 11
  12. 12. SUMMARY • The technology supports cooperation – Accessing and altering of idea – Sharing the material – Separating ideas and comments • Crucial interaction characteristics to pay attention to: – Collaborative interaction – Unobtrusive interaction – Silent interaction 12
  13. 13. Acknowledgements Goldsmiths: Tony Wheeler, Richard Kimbell, Tristram Shepard, Chloe Nast, TAG Learning Ltd: Declan Lynch, Karim Derrek Malmo: Johan Salo, Marten Pettersson, Bo Peterson, Staff and students from Goldsmiths and Malmo Maria Eccles and pupils from Dixons Academy Bradford 13