A design mindset for transdisciplinary collaboration
Reviewing how design skills, competencies, and practices can support collaboration
The general purpose of this project is to understand how design components can help people across disciplines collaborate. We have published a series of papers. We have identified good practices for collaboration documented in diverse fields such as economics, health, and design. We have proposed that design methods can enhance collaboration between different arts and sciences. We have also documented how the field of translation studies could provide good practices for enabling successful transdisciplinary collaborations
- Literature review
- Theoretical discussion
- Mejía, G. M., Henriksen, D., Xie, Y., Garcia Topete, A., Malina, R. F., & Jung, K. (Forthcoming). From researching to making futures: A design mindset for transdisciplinary collaboration.
- Mejía, G. M., Malina, R. F., Xie, Y., & Garcia Topete, A. (2020). Translating disciplinary practices for trans-sentient collaboration. 26th International Symposium on Electronic Arts, ISEA2020, 283–290.
- Mejia, G. M., Nazir, C., Malina, R. F., Garcia-Topete, A., Londoño, F. C., Roldan, A. F., Farias, P. L., et al. (2018). The emerging role of design methods in transdisciplinary practices. In 24th International Symposium on Electronic Arts, ISEA 2018.
- Mejia, G. M., Malina, R. F., & Roldan, A. F. (2017). Towards an Inventory of Best Practices for Transdisciplinary Collaboration. In 23rd International Symposium on Electronic Arts, ISEA2017.