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Scenario co-creation cards are built upon VSD methods and inspired by existing literature on value expression. This method seeks to account for cultural factors in its design and operation.

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Using cards with pictures on, participants are thus asked to draw a card from each pile (green cards for stakeholders, blue cards for media, and red cards for role) while providing a brief description of what each card could mean
The researcher then further probes the participant to elaborate on their response as appropriate, developing their questioning based on the substantive content of the cards
Within an interview, we would expect to explore around 10-20 scenarios, with discussions lasting around 3-10 minutes.
There is one aspect where our approach is fundamentally distinctive: namely the emphasis upon a combination of using scenarios and enabling their co-creation from the aforementioned picture cards.

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Article: Scenario co-creation cards: A tool for eliciting values
Video: Scenario co-creation cards

Taghreed Alshehri, Reuben Kirkham, and Patrick Olivier. 2020. Scenario Co-Creation Cards: A Culturally Sensitive Tool for Eliciting Values. In Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Honolulu, HI, USA) (CHI ’20). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 1–14.