Projects per year
Described are the tools used to develop a visual method of interacting with vulnerable people to better facilitate interviews with them. This includes the research materials, the original images, the process undertaken and lessons learned.
1. 47 original images illustrating built environment and lifestyle representations.
2. The 39 images used in the final study and the 13 sets under which the images for the final study were categorised.
3. Two versions of a journey map, the researcher’s original sketch and a second professionally produced colour version.
3a) The colour map was the first iteration of key themes considered important for a comfortable care home life.
3b) The journey idea became the framework for the common sequence of topics for the activity.
4. The design of a more accessible ethical consenting process including the resulting information card and the consenting form.
5. A series of charts to illustrate the development and process of thematic analysis prior to and including the final themes. This includes affinity mapping and the iteration of various code charts.
6. A categorisation the findings of residents’ overall reactions to topics and images.
7. A paper documenting stages of research method and links to objects
8. A Folder Tree illustrating the hierarchy of folders, files and document types
|Date made available||Sep 2019|
|Publisher||University of Dundee|
|Date of data production||2016 - 2017|
- 1 Finished
BESIDE - Built Environment for Social InclusionThrough the Digital Economy (Design for Wellbeing: Ageing and Mobility in the Built Environment Call) (Joint with Newcastle University)
1/10/13 → 31/03/17
Dee, M. & Hanson, V. L., Jan 2016, In: ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing. 8, 1, 31 p., 4.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile
Dee, M. & Hanson, V. L., 23 Aug 2016, Interactions, 23, 5, p. 58-61 4 p.
Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › ArticleOpen AccessFile
McIntrye, L. J. (Creator) & Harrison, I. (Creator), University of Dundee, Mar 2017