The Envisioning Use technique is a workshop which helps product development teams create a common vision on product use. By combining techniques such as scenario analysis, role-playing and brainstorming it enables team members to share and become aware of knowledge they have and do not have about product use.
- Van der Bijl – Brouwer, M. and S.Boess. (2010) From remembering to envisioning product use: an informal design technique. Proceedings of the 7th International Design & Emotion Conference 2010. Chicago (IL, USA).
- Van der Bijl – Brouwer, M., S. Boess and C.L.E. Harkema (2011). What do we know about product use? a technique to share use-related knowledge in design teams. Proceedings of the 4th world conference on design research IASDR2011. Delft University of Technology.