1. Perspectives on Design Research2. Iterative Participatory Design3. Designing as Middle Ground 4. Designing Pathways5. Design and Management 6. Knowing Through Design7. Makeshift Users8. Deep Translations9. Sustainable Transition10. Designing an Exhibition11. Joyful Collective Processes12. The Becoming of Urban Space 13. Tourist Experience Design14. Synergies
Jesper Simonsen is Professor of Design Studies at the Department of Communication, Business and Information Technologies (CBIT), Roskilde University. Research interests include Participatory Design, and offering theories and methods for IT design in an organizational context. Recent publications include Participatory IT Design: Designing for Business and Workplace Realities (MIT Press, 2004).Jorgen Ole Baerenholdt is Professor in Human Geography at the Department of Environmental, Social and Spatial Change (ENSPAC), Roskilde University, leading the Space, Place, Mobility and Urban Studies Research Unit. His books include Performing Tourist Places, with Haldrup, Larsen and Urry (Ashgate, 2004), Coping with Distances (Berghahn, 2007), and Mobility and Place, edited with Granas (Ashgate, 2008).Monika Buscher is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the Centre for Mobilities Research, Lancaster University and Co-director of the mobilities lab - an interdisciplinary research laboratory. Recent publications include Configuring User designer Relations: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Springer 2009), Ethnographies of Diagnostic Work (Palgrave 2009), Mobile Methods (Routledge 2010). John Damm Scheuer is Associate Professor in the Department of Communication, Business and Information Technologies (CBIT), Roskilde University. His research interests focus on the encounter of innovative ideas and practice in organisations. Recent publications include The Anatomy of Change: A Neo-Institutional Perspective, co-ed (CBS Press, 2008), and a contribution to Innovation and the Creative Process: Towards Innovation with Care, ed. Lars Fuglsang (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2008).