|| Collaborative practices for the adaptation of IT services to sustainable building design projects. Case study of design assessment-related practices
||D Zignale, S Kubicki, G Halin
||Many professionals of the construction sector feel a need for improvement of the Information Technology (IT) that supports their work. Our main hypothesis is that this improvement is strictly dependent of a good knowledge of business activities. This study addresses this issue, introducing a method to adapt IT supported services to business practices. This method is based on a structured approach aiming at (1) identifying Collective Practices, (2) focusing on actors’ Individual Practices and Operations, (3) distinguishing different technology-related Usages and finally (4) selecting or designing adapted IT services relying on precedent analysis. An example based on sustainable project practices will illustrate the approach.
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||ICT adaptation, Computer-Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW), Collective Practices, Sustainable Building design, Human-Computer Interactions (HCI) design.
D Zignale, S Kubicki, G Halin (2011).
Collaborative practices for the adaptation of IT services to sustainable building design projects. Case study of design assessment-related practices. Proceedings of the 28th International Conference of CIB W78, Sophia Antipolis, France, 26-28 October (ISSN: 2706-6568),