“Letting Context Speak: The Use of Co-Creative, Design-Led, and User-Centered Design Methods in the Design of Complex Public Communications” was published in Communication Design Quarterly 2.3 in May 2014. This paper discusses how co-creative, design-led, and user-centered design methods are being utilized to gain insight into the factors that influence the communication of food recalls. It looks at the role of designer and public in these methods and considers the value of these methods for other settings.
Part of this research was also presented at the 3rd Annual Symposium on Communicating Complex Information in Greenville, NC.
Co-researchers: Clinton Carlson and Whitney Peake at the University of North Texas.