Posts Tagged ‘design’

Parallels between design and research, perils of design research

Today I read ”What is Interpretive Ethnography?” by H. L. Goodall Jr. in the collection Expressions of Ethnography, for my methods section of my dissertation. I also read some chapters from Sketching User Experiences by Bill Buxton, for the undergrad course I’m teaching in user experience design. Goodall writes: “Scholars

Without a doubt design is to be seen as a normative enterprise Peter G. Rowe, Design Thinking (1987), p. 37

I really enjoy this talk from Lucy Suchman, “Restoring Information’s Body: Remediations at the Human-Machine Interfact,” which she gave in 2011 as a part of the Medea Talks series at Medea, a design research center at Malmö University, Sweden. Pretty sure I found the talk just by searching