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Participation and HCI: Why Involve People in Design?

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Participation and HCI: Why Involve People in Design? / Iversen, Ole Sejer; VInes, John; Wright, Peter; McCarthy, John; Clarke, Rachel .

proceedings of CHI, 5.-10. May, Austin, TX, USA. Austin, TX, USA, 2012.

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Iversen, OS, VInes, J, Wright, P, McCarthy, J & Clarke, R 2012, Participation and HCI: Why Involve People in Design? i proceedings of CHI, 5.-10. May, Austin, TX, USA. Austin, TX, USA.

APA

Iversen, O. S., VInes, J., Wright, P., McCarthy, J., & Clarke, R. (2012). Participation and HCI: Why Involve People in Design? I proceedings of CHI, 5.-10. May, Austin, TX, USA Austin, TX, USA.

CBE

Iversen OS, VInes J, Wright P, McCarthy J, Clarke R. 2012. Participation and HCI: Why Involve People in Design?. I proceedings of CHI, 5.-10. May, Austin, TX, USA. Austin, TX, USA.

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Iversen, Ole Sejer o.a.. "Participation and HCI: Why Involve People in Design?". proceedings of CHI, 5.-10. May, Austin, TX, USA. Austin, TX, USA. 2012.

Vancouver

Iversen OS, VInes J, Wright P, McCarthy J, Clarke R. Participation and HCI: Why Involve People in Design? I proceedings of CHI, 5.-10. May, Austin, TX, USA. Austin, TX, USA. 2012

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Iversen, Ole Sejer ; VInes, John ; Wright, Peter ; McCarthy, John ; Clarke, Rachel . / Participation and HCI: Why Involve People in Design?. proceedings of CHI, 5.-10. May, Austin, TX, USA. Austin, TX, USA, 2012.

Bibtex

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