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Mental Health Technologies: Designing With Consumers

Mental Health Technologies: Designing With Consumers

Both participatory design (PD) and design thinking (DT) have emerged as approaches that hold significant potential for supporting the design of technology-based youth e-mental health and well-being interventions [8,20,23-26].

Simone Orlowski, Ben Matthews, Niranjan Bidargaddi, Gabrielle Jones, Sharon Lawn, Anthony Venning, Philippa Collin

JMIR Hum Factors 2016;3(1):e4

Worker Preferences for a Mental Health App Within Male-Dominated Industries: Participatory Study

Worker Preferences for a Mental Health App Within Male-Dominated Industries: Participatory Study

Participatory design is also increasingly used as a method for the design of health and mental health technologies to empower patients or end users by involving them in development and to ensure tools are more likely to be engaging and effective [9-11].

Dorian Peters, Mark Deady, Nick Glozier, Samuel Harvey, Rafael A Calvo

JMIR Ment Health 2018;5(2):e30

Telemedicine in Neonatal Home Care: Identifying Parental Needs Through Participatory Design

Telemedicine in Neonatal Home Care: Identifying Parental Needs Through Participatory Design

This study employed a participatory design (PD) approach. PD is typically carried out in three phases [17-18]; this article reports on interviews and focus group interviews from Phase 1.

Kristina Garne, Anne Brødsgaard, Gitte Zachariassen, Jane Clemensen

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(3):e100

Development of a Web-Based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Intervention to Support Lifestyle Behavior Change and Well-Being in Health Care Staff: Participatory Design Study

Development of a Web-Based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Intervention to Support Lifestyle Behavior Change and Well-Being in Health Care Staff: Participatory Design Study

interactive design features [15,16], persuasive technology [17], social interaction [18], rideshare services [19], and gamification [14].Participatory DesignThis study seeks to describe the development of a web-based emotional well-being intervention using participatory

Menna Brown, Nic Hooper, Parisa Eslambolchilar, Ann John

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(11):e22507

A Mobile Internet Service for Self-Management of Physical Activity in People With Rheumatoid Arthritis: Challenges in Advancing the Co-Design Process During the Requirements Specification Phase

A Mobile Internet Service for Self-Management of Physical Activity in People With Rheumatoid Arthritis: Challenges in Advancing the Co-Design Process During the Requirements Specification Phase

“User-centered design” [7] and “participatory design” [1] are umbrella terms for design strategies. Experience-based design (EBD) [6] is a subform of participatory design that involves including lead users as co-designers.

Åsa Revenäs, Cathrin Martin, Christina H. Opava, Maria Brusewitz, Christina Keller, Pernilla Åsenlöf

JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(3):e111

“Happiness Inventors”: Informing Positive Computing Technologies Through Participatory Design With Children

“Happiness Inventors”: Informing Positive Computing Technologies Through Participatory Design With Children

To position our work, we begin this paper by contextualizing both our methodological approach of participatory design and the specific positive psychology skills and concepts emphasized in our 14-session study.

Svetlana Yarosh, Stephen Matthew Schueller

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(1):e14

Using Mobile Devices to Deliver Lifestyle Interventions Targeting At-Risk High School Students: Protocol for a Participatory Design Study

Using Mobile Devices to Deliver Lifestyle Interventions Targeting At-Risk High School Students: Protocol for a Participatory Design Study

The technical platform is based on our previous research in developing mHealth interventions [34-36].Participatory Design ProcessesThe participatory design process used in this study will include three activities: (1) heuristic evaluation, (2) focus group interviews

Ulrika Müssener, Marie Löf, Preben Bendtsen, Marcus Bendtsen

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(1):e14588