Designing to the Pattern: A Storytelling Prototype for Food Growers
AbstractWe present the design and pilot study of QuickTales, a mobile storytelling platform through which urban gardeners can share gardening experiences. QuickTales was built as a response to design patterns, drawing on previous studies we conducted with residential gardeners and different gardening communities in a large Australian city. Given the diversity of needs and wants of urban gardeners, the intent for QuickTales was for it to serve as a multi-purpose tool for different individuals and groups across the local urban agriculture ecology. The evaluation provides initial insights into the use of storytelling in this context. We reflect on the use of design patterns to as they were used to inform the design of QuickTales, and propose opportunities for further design pattern development. View Full-Text
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Lyle, P.; Choi, J.H.-J.; Foth, M. Designing to the Pattern: A Storytelling Prototype for Food Growers. Multimodal Technologies Interact. 2018, 2, 73.
Lyle P, Choi JH-J, Foth M. Designing to the Pattern: A Storytelling Prototype for Food Growers. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction. 2018; 2(4):73.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lyle, Peter; Choi, Jaz H.-J.; Foth, Marcus. 2018. "Designing to the Pattern: A Storytelling Prototype for Food Growers." Multimodal Technologies Interact. 2, no. 4: 73.
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