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  • 1. Allen J Cochran Thesis Research Update2010.04.23D787 S2010Professor Paul Nini© 2010 Allen J Cochran
  • 2. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot StudyMy question is...4 parts© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 2
  • 3. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot Study1How do differently size design groupswithin an academic organization functionexternally: to other offices and to thepublic?© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 3
  • 4. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot Study2How do differently sized design groupswithin an academic organization functioninternally and manage workflow: projectmanagement and creative management?© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 4
  • 5. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot Study3How can these groups become collectivelyaware of their own situations so that theybetter understand the external and internalorganization more completely?© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 5
  • 6. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot Study4Through a collective understandingof their situation, how can differentlysize design groups within anacademic organization provide a morecomprehensive service to themselves andtheir target audiences?© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 6
  • 7. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot Study1+2+3+4= Thesis© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 7
  • 8. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot Study Design Team Collaboration Project Management Creative Management Design Process Co-creation / Action Research© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 8
  • 9. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot StudyPersonal InterestsCommunity Interests© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 9
  • 10. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot StudyPersonal Interests A better understanding of professional design practice – process, practice, and management – will come from thorough research on the in-house design groups at The Ohio State University© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 10
  • 11. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot StudyCommunity Interests A series of cycles will help bring to light new relationships and opportunities for the in-house design groups at OSU to work and after acknowledging these findings, the in-house groups will be able to co- create different ways to work together and provide their services.© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 11
  • 12. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot StudyWho benefits?Who’s engaged?© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 12
  • 13. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot StudyWho benefits? I benefit Designers at OSU OSU Design Consumers© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 13
  • 14. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot StudyWho’s engaged? Designers Communicators Marketers Administrators© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 14
  • 15. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot Study Technology & Tools Understanding OSU Community & Opportunity to Collective Collective Synthesis Situation Profile identify issues Questions WHO WHERE 1 2 WHAT WHEN 3 4 Service Design© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 15
  • 16. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot Study • Literature Review• Enthnographic • Interview • MakeTool Activities • Presentations Observation • Focus Groups • Workshops• Social Analysis • MakeTool• Interview Activities• Emersion© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 16
  • 17. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot StudyContribution to... Community Design Practice Theory Design Co-creation Action Research Collective Understanding, Awareness, Collaboration, Empowered© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 17
  • 18. Allen J Cochran Question Keywords Hypothesis Audience Context Methods Significance Pilot StudyEmersion Office 1 (2 weeks) Me Office 2 (2 weeks) Office 3 (2 weeks)© 2010 Allen J Cochran D787 S2010 Professor Paul Nini 2010 . 04 . 23 18
  • 19. www.allenjcochran.comi look good in design.tumblr.com Questions + Comments ?2010.04.23Thesis Research UpdateD787 S2010Professor Paul Nini© 2010 Allen J Cochran

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