We are a group of researchers and bachelor and master students who implement research and design with young people between 12 - 25 years old. We want to understand how young patients use online resources and we design interactive technologies that support them in their autonomy, both as young people and as patients.
We use Participatory Design in our research and design methods. Young people have a lot of practical skills and knowledge of interactive technologies such as social media, apps, and games. They often know best how they are doing and what they need. By giving young patients a voice in the design process and facilitating mutual learning, can we design cool technology on young people's terms.
KULU is possible because many young people participate in our projects. They share with us their time and energy, often when they are very sick. We thank you for that and we hope that you will find here your contribution to the different design projects we are working on. We are also grateful for the partnership and support of the following organisations:
KULU activities are implemented by a growing group of researchers and students based at the Department of Informatics of the University of Oslo.
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Ole-Johan Dahls hus
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