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  1. Commoning Design: a Pluriversal Slide-Deck

    Commoning Design: a Pluriversal Slide-Deck

    The Commoning Design pluriversal slide-deck is the outcome of a collaborative effort which involved people with different interests, skills, and backgrounds united by their shared curiosity around the relationship between commoning and design. Such effort took place in the context of the Participatory Design Conference 2020 and organized around the workshop “Commoning Design and Designing Commons”. This deck […] - Dec 8, 2020
  2. Commoning design and designing commons

    Commoning design and designing commons

    Abstract: This workshop explores the relevance of the notion of commons as an objective, and commoning as a way of doing and being for design. We invite the PD community to reflect on ways in which these concepts help us critically protect and support sustainable futures for communities of humans and non-humans. How can participatory […] - Jun 24, 2020
  3. Anthropophagy traces in a cultural commons platform

    Anthropophagy traces in a cultural commons platform

    Position paper for the workshop Commoning Design and Designing Commons. Abstract: Anthropophagy points to the practice of hybridizing foreign cultures with local cultures to counter colonialism. An infrastructure trace ethnography being conducted in Corais Platform database reveals evidence of anthropophagy in members’ interaction. The preliminary findings present a challenging narrative to designing commons and commoning design: […] - May 18, 2020
  4. Design livre at Corais Platform: an experience in cultivating a design commons with free software

    Design livre at Corais Platform: an experience in cultivating a design commons with free software

    Corais (Portuguese word for “coral reefs” and “choirs”) is an online platform for organizing projects with collaborative tools such as blog, text processing, task management, social credits, spreadsheets, polls, wiki and videoconference. These tools were developed using Drupal, a free software content management system, tailored to enable the appropriation of open design practices in Brazil. […] - Apr 21, 2014