Posts Tagged ‘teaching’

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

cyborgdrala: I recently watched the first season of Black Mirror (UK), and I definitely want to use these in a course. Interestingly, when I was searching for an image for this post, I was seeking one, from “The Entire History of You,” especially, that included technology (I suppose

Working on my syllabus for my undergraduate course in User Experience Design next quarter

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