Boundary object definition

boundary object
(ˈbaʊndəri əbˈʤɛə)

A document or diagram which helps people from different teams or departments do their collaborative work. Something that has meaning for all of them, but helps them focus on their own specialisms.

Source: Kimbell & Julier (2012) Social Design Methods Menu, p. 51

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