From Data to Design: The 2nd Workshop on the Challenges and Opportunities for Qualitative Data Research Methods in HCI
This workshop aims to bring together researchers from the HCI community who have adapted qualitative research methods to inform design decisions.
In the first part of the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to share case studies in which they used different approaches to analyse qualitative data that has implications for design and, in particular, how they adapted existing qualitative data analysis approaches to support them in moving from data to design. In particular, this workshop will focus on adaptations of Thematic Analysis, Grounded Theory and Activity Theory.
In the second part, participants will work in groups to discuss in more depth the rationale for adapting their chosen method(s) and how they overcame challenges associated with applying each approach for informing design in the context of their research.
This workshop is an opportunity, for researchers and practitioners alike, to share and discuss work, ideas and challenges revolving around rigorous data collection, analysis and design-specific outcomes. After the workshop, attendees will be given the opportunity to contribute to a journal paper on the theme of moving from qualitative data to design insight. This would entail further collaborative work and additional writing up following a prescribed structure.
Co Chair: Chris Porter, firstname.lastname@example.org
Co Chair: Stephann Makri, email@example.com
Co Chair: Oussama Metatla, firstname.lastname@example.org
Co Chair: Nela Brown, email@example.com
We invite participants to submit a 2-4 pages position paper in the eWiC format explaining some example research where they have applied QDA techniques to inform design, how they did so, the challenges they faced and how they overcame (or tried to overcome) them.
Position papers should be submitted using EasyChair by clicking on the following URL: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bhci2018.
Andrew M’Manga, Shamal Faily, John Mcalaney, Chris Williams, Youki Kadobayashi and Daisuke Miyamoto. Qualitative Adaptation: Informing Design for Risk-based Decision Making
Nick Bryan-Kinns, Yongmeng Wu and Wei Wang. Thematic Analysis for Sonic Interaction Design
Vanessa Cesário. Analysing Texts and Drawings: The Teenage Perspective on Enjoyable Museum Experiences
George Alain and Tim Coughlan. Co-Designing Educational Technology Systems for Refugee Children