Accepted Exploratory Paper

1. More-than-Human participatory approaches for design: Method and function in making relations
Ann Light

2. Revitalising indigenous heritage through art participatory practices
Paulina Michnowska, Tariq Zaman

3. Primary school students designing for future relationship building in extended realities: Encounters with live human holograms
Naska Goagoses, Heike Winschiers-Theophilus, Jason Twapewa Odell Mendes, Selma Aula, Erkki Sutinen

4. The researcher’s plight: Guilt and shame in participatory design and action research
Lars Rune Christensen

5. Enough with newness: On re-centering African “users” in HCI research and design
Shaimaa Lazem, Muhammad Adamu 

6. Reconfiguring participatory design to resist AI realism
Aakash Gautam

8. Evolving PD tools through iteration: Analyzing templates used for multiple participatory renewable energy projects
Goeun Kuu-Park, Andrea Botero,  Cindy Kohtala 

7. Empowering stakeholders with artificial intelligence in participatory design: A systematic review
Simone van den Broek, Alwin de Rooij, Jan de Wit, Supraja Sankaran

9. Power over Ba of emptiness in participatory design in Japan
Mika Yasuoka, Yurie Kibi

10. Consciously drifting: Exploratory design practices that embrace influences from local community
Fumiya Akasaka, Yuko Miki, Kyosuke Sakakura

11. Invisible designing: Emotional and affective labour in relational participatory practices
Joyce Yee, Yoko Akama, Areli Avendano Franco, Ko-Le Chen, Hirotake Imanishi, Yuko Kikuchi, Sarah Kushinsky, Nikki Ralston, Sarah Teasley, Khemmiga Teerapong

12. Acting out in real and virtual environments: Comparative analysis for future workstyle design
Kentaro Watanabe, Bach Quang Ho, Yusuke Kishita, Maiko Kobayakawa, Mai Otsuki 

13. Beyond urban challenges – Virtual reality tools in participatory design processes
Luisa Hilmer 

14. Towards local design intentions: A reflection on participatory design with Indigenous Dayak people in east Kalimantan
Juhri Selamet

15. Participatory design sprints – employing PD principles in a condensed format
Katrine Holm Kanstrup, Christian Dindler, Ole Sejer Iversen, Maarten Van Mechelen, Marie-Louise Wagner

16. PD as in prefigurative design: A ludic framework beyond participation
Valentina Volpi, Stuart Cockbill, Ksenija Kuzmina, Val Mitchell

17. Transformative narratives: Fostering Ubuntu-inspired participatory design practices
Jaydon Farao, Melissa Densmore, Hafeni Mthoko

18. Coexisting with ancestors’ elongating participation between “pasts” and “futures”
Shin Okamoto, Daijiro Mizuno

19. Commoning the once abandoned commons: Co-designing hyper-local circularity in rural Japan
Ryota Kamio, Kae Hirose, Valentina Vasile

20. Commons By design: Making room for life in the designed world
Abby Arwen Mellick Lopes, Stephen R Healy

21. Laying the groundwork: Building trust with a marginalised community in Mumbai, India
Bishal Goswami, Ilya Fridman, Xavier Ho, Arnab Jana, Venkatesh Rajamanickam

22. One thousand years of Katsuobushi: Infrastructuring with More-Than-Humans
Edward Masui, Hazuki Kosaka

23. Social cartographies of the city, from a gender, care and feminism perspective
Carlos Cobreros, Stefania Biondi, Deng Cynthia

24. Ethical participatory design: Collaborative app development as indigenization of software engineering
Annika Hinze, Danny Paruru, Alvin Yeo

25. What is the weather story? Both-ways learning in co-designed weather and climate communication workshops in northern Australia
Angelina Aspra Aquino
Nicola Bidwell, Steven Bird, Ian Mongunu Gumbula      

26. Design with and for childhood. Participatory Ddesign as a strategy for the significance of textile art in childhood
Edgar Daniel Anguiano     

27. Connecting with the Unconnected: Collaborative design for a mobile learning app in rural Malaysian secondary schools amidst the Covid-19 pandemic
Noor Raihan 
Ahmad, Azrina Kamaruddin, Noris Mohd Norowi, Rahmita Wirza, Ain Arissa Zainudin

28. Transformations in participants – toward citizen-led participatory speculative design to create preferable data-driven workplaces in Japan
Masako Kitazaki, Riichiro Take

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