The picture above shows the most important slide I created in the last 10 months: a rough outline of my synthesis and sensemaking process. The act of transforming raw data from research into design strategies and design solutions still remains a mystery for most researchers, … Read More →
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Samsung took the time to decode the experience of taking a picture of yourself. Their answer? Dual LCDs.
The contribution a researcher can make to his/her company is limited by many criteria, like asking the right questions and setting up a research agenda that can answer these questions in a timely manner, to name but a few. However, often good research gets ignored … Read More →
Despite silly season we had a great time during my workshop on design research synthesis at the IxDA Munich meeting. We worked in three mixed groups and we tried to visualize the synthesis process, including input/output, activities, methods and tools used, stakeholders involved, ways of … Read More →
Tomorrow Monday (July 26th) I will be hosting a workshop on design research synthesis during the Interaction Design Association meeting at IDEO Munich. See the official announcement on IxDA Munich or Linkedin. Slides of the presentation will be available here after the workshop. Drop by … Read More →
A timelapse video of yours truly using post-it notes to analyze a large set of mixed qualitative (interviews & observations) and quantitative (survey) data samples. A vertical analysis dives deep into the experience of a single participant, whereas a horizontal analysis uncovers overarching patterns across … Read More →