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Capturing design space from a user perspective: The Repertory Grid Technique revisited

The Repertory Grid Technique (RGT) is a method of elucidating the so-called personal constructs (e.g., friendly–hostile, bad–good, playful–expert-like) people employ when confronted with other individuals, events, or artifacts. We assume that the personal constructs (and the underlying topics) generated as a reaction to a set of artifacts mark the artifacts’ design space from a user’s perspective and that this information may be helpful in separating valuable ideas from the not so valuable.

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