How do we create attractive personalised and customised care?
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This position paper contends that care can only be useful when it understands the personal context of care and can be shaped to accommodate individual needs. To design with care and to care through design we need to develop a designerly empathic attitude that listens to and ‘feels with’ others. This requires the designer to be observant, curious, non-judgmental and open to understand the perspectives and issues of others.
Does Design Care;
Treadaway, C and Fennell, J. (2017) 'How do we create attractive personalised and customised care?', Does Design Care? (An An International Workshop of Design Thought and Action) Lancaster University 12-13 September 2017. AHRC, pp.59-65.
Conference paper presented at Does Design Care...? An International Workshop of Design Thought and Action - full proceedings available at https://www.designresearchforchange.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Does-Design-Care-for-web.pdf
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