This master thesis explores Participatory Design where teenagers get the opportunity to participate in the public discussion of cultural heritage using their language and their own media. This study focuses on bringing teenagers as users, testers and informants into the technology design process. The roles user, tester and informants are based on Allison Druins roles of children in a technology design process. The research done for this thesis have taken place at Trosterudklubben. This youth club is part of the governmental project Groruddalssatsningen which aims to improve the living conditions in Groruddalen with a focus on cultural heritage. Throughout this study it has been conducted participant observation, interviews and questionnaire. The teenagers that participated in the project participated on voluntary basis, this thesis looks at the advantages and disadvantages of voluntary participation in a design project.