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Interaction southamerica10 difficultdialogues_e_davies

  1. 1. DIFFICULT DIALOGUES ELEANOR DAVIES INTERACTION SOUTH AMERICA 10 frog design / Royal College of Art CURITIBA, BRAZIL > DECEMBER 2010
  2. 2. Oi! DIFFICULT DIALOGUES ELEANOR DAVIES INTERACTION SOUTH AMERICA 10 frog design / Royal College of Art CURITIBA, BRAZIL > DECEMBER 2010
  3. 3. I’M AT HOME IN YOUR HOME
  4. 4. & STARTING A CONVERSATION
  5. 5. (0,0,0)
  6. 6. MOTHER (MALAYSIA)
  7. 7. FATHER (WALES, UK)
  8. 8. = I’M A TRANSLATOR
  9. 9. (SELF-TRAINED)= I’M A TRANSLATOR
  10. 10. (SELF-TRAINED)= I’M A TRANSLATOR (MONO-LINGUAL!)
  11. 11. I’M CURIOUS
  12. 12. (I’M JUST REALLY NOSEY)I’M CURIOUS
  13. 13. INTERSECTION SOCIE Science Society
  14. 14. INSPIRATION frog design SOCIE Royal College of Art
  15. 15. COMPLEX PROBLEMS APPEAR AS BRICK WALLS
  16. 16. DESIGN THINKING BREAKS DOWN PROBLEMS
  17. 17. DESIGN THINKING MANAGEABLE STEPS
  18. 18. BALANCING DESIGN ETHOS
  19. 19. IMAGINE CHANGE REALISE CHANGE
  20. 20. IMAGINE CHANGE REALISE CHANGEOPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY
  21. 21. BREAKING THE ICEQUEBRAR O GELO
  22. 22. ELEANOR DAVIES:DESIGN RESEARCHER ASKING QUESTIONS
  23. 23. ELEANOR DAVIES:DESIGN RESEARCHER WHO? WHEN? WHAT? HOW? WHERE?
  24. 24. ELEANOR DAVIES:DESIGN RESEARCHER WHO? WHEN? WHAT? WHY? HOW? WHERE?
  25. 25. ELEANOR DAVIES:DEMOGRAPHIC MY OWN TARGET MARKETS
  26. 26. ELEANOR DAVIES:DEMOGRAPHIC YOUNG YOUNG WOMAN BRITISH ATHEIST CHINESE RELATIONSHIP
  27. 27. ELEANOR DAVIES:DEMOGRAPHIC AGE GENDER NATIONALITY RELIGION RACE SEX
  28. 28. ELEANOR DAVIES:DEMOGRAPHIC AGE GENDER NATIONALITY TABOOS RELIGION RACE SEX
  29. 29. PLAYING IT SAFE
  30. 30. TABOOS:DESIGN BARRIERS UNABLE TO ASK QUESTIONS
  31. 31. TABOOS:DESIGN BARRIERS UNABLE TO FIND ANSWERS
  32. 32. TABOOS:DESIGN BARRIERS UNOPEN CONVERSATIONS
  33. 33. HUMAN CENTERED:BEYOND ERGONOMICS
  34. 34. HUMAN CENTERED:BEYOND USABILITY
  35. 35. HUMAN CENTERED:ITS ABOUT LIVABILITY BASIC HUMAN NEEDS
  36. 36. POLITICALLY CORRECT DESIGN:FAMILIAR.COMFORTABLE.KNOWN. INTERNATIONAL DESIGN
  37. 37. ASPECTS OF LIFE REMAIN:UNFAMILIAR.UNCOMFORTABLE.UNKNOWN.
  38. 38. SUBJECTS:THE USUAL SUSPECTS
  39. 39. SUBJECTS:MISSED OPPORTUNITY
  40. 40. TARGET MARKETS
  41. 41. “People aged 65and over nowcomprise a greatershare of the worldspopulation thanever before.”Source: Population Matters
  42. 42. “In the US, nearly34 percent ofadults are obese,more than doublethe percentage 30years ago.”Source: NY Times
  43. 43. “Africas urbanpopulation isprojected to morethan double by2030.”Source: UN-Habitat
  44. 44. “Women, Not Men,Are PrimaryElectronicsConsumers .”Source: Gizmag.com
  45. 45. “One-personhomes are alreadythe fastest-growingdomesticarrangement.”Source: Sydney Morning Herald
  46. 46. THE DIALOGUES“DISCUSSING DEATH...” “TALKING TRAUMA...” “CLIMATE CHAT...” “UNDERCOVER...” “TABOO TOPICS...” “CLASS DIVIDE...”
  47. 47. “DISCUSSING DEATH...”
  48. 48. DESIGNING RITUAL OBJECTS
  49. 49. IN A CONSUMER CULTURE
  50. 50. WHAT COULD YOU NEVER DISCARD?IN A CONSUMER CULTURE
  51. 51. “Its from my father. He’s gone now and eventhough its broken I could never throw it away.”
  52. 52. “Since Jack passed away, I’ve kept his ashesin my handbag. So he’s always with me.”
  53. 53. “When I catch a glance of it, I remember its him.On my finger. And I feel close to him.”
  54. 54. UNIQUE OBJECTS GENERATED FROM DNA“Wow. Its got your curves.”
  55. 55. “TALKING TRAUMA...”
  56. 56. NOT THE TIME/PLACE FOR QUESTIONSER WAITING ROOM EXPERIENCE
  57. 57. “It was awful. I think I blocked most of it outas I don’t like to talk about it.”
  58. 58. “No one told us anything for hours. All we knewwas she’d been in a motorcycle accident.”
  59. 59. “I was in a daze, in shock. I can’t remembermuch about the whole thing. I don’t want to.”
  60. 60. POST-EXPERIENCE MAPPING
  61. 61. “This room was awful, just a white wall.You just sat staring, thinking the worst. ”
  62. 62. “You could see the nurses here so youknew they hadn’t forgotten about you.”
  63. 63. “All it needed was a bit of colour,to cheer it up - keep you optimistic.”
  64. 64. “I think something moving would help.Like the goldfish bowl. To calm you down.”
  65. 65. “CLIMATE CHAT...”
  66. 66. CARBON MONITORING SITE
  67. 67. CLIMATE CHANGE: A CONTESTED SUBJECT“We don’t know what to believe really -it just seems like a lot of extra work.”
  68. 68. “It’s a personal choice, that shouldn’t beimposed on us through our work.”
  69. 69. “It’s not really in our remit. Its theengineers job to work this stu out.”
  70. 70. PROTOTYPE TESTING
  71. 71. “I guess its a bit daunting, all these targets.When you don’t know where to start.”
  72. 72. “Once you get into it, it seems to make sense.And its all connected through the design.”
  73. 73. “When you make it visible, you can stopdebating the issues and see the facts.”
  74. 74. “UNDERCOVER...”
  75. 75. MEDIA DOWNLOADS IN INDIA
  76. 76. OVERCOMING ILLITERACY & LANGUAGEVISUAL INTERVIEW GUIDE
  77. 77. “I hear a song, and ask the Music Man what it is.Then he gets it for me. From the computer.”
  78. 78. “You can find most of the music from the internet.Some cafes you can go to - they get it for you.”
  79. 79. THE TRAIL
  80. 80. THE TRAIL
  81. 81. “Its near here, but di cult to find. The policeare checking security because of terrorism.”
  82. 82. UNCOVERING ILLEGAL ACTIVITYTHE TRAIL
  83. 83. THE TRAIL
  84. 84. “You know you’ve found itwhen you see the cables.”
  85. 85. GAINING TRUST AS AN OUTSIDER
  86. 86. “TABOO TOPICS...”
  87. 87. TOILET PAPER EXPERIENCE
  88. 88. “We’ve lived together for 30 yearsand I never knew that about her!”
  89. 89. “Its just an embarrassing subject.You don’t talk to anyone about it.”
  90. 90. “It would be good to get some advicesometimes. Especially as you get older.”
  91. 91. “I’ve never told anyone, but recently I’ve hadto carry a spare pair of pants. Just in case.”
  92. 92. “At the end of the day, everybody does it. Its anatural part of life.”
  93. 93. “CLASS DIVIDE...”
  94. 94. MEXICO (CEDIM) : SOCIALINNOVATION WORKSHOP
  95. 95. CASE STUDY: EDNICA (NGO)
  96. 96. EDUCATION CENTRES
  97. 97. STREET REALITY
  98. 98. POP-UP STREET SCHOOLS
  99. 99. POP-UP STREET SCHOOLS
  100. 100. “How can we design for a di erent class?”
  101. 101. Economy Society EnvironmentA MEXICAN DISCUSSION
  102. 102. Economy Society Environment“The environment is important.We need water here in Mexico.”
  103. 103. Economy Society Environment“But you need a good society tocare about the environment.”
  104. 104. Economy Society Environment“But in Mexico, you can donothing without money.”
  105. 105. Economy Society Environment“We can be selfish - lock the door andnot think about who’s on the other side.”
  106. 106. Economy Society Environment“Education is the key!”
  107. 107. WE DON’T LOOK TO MEXICO FORSUCCESS. WE LOOK ABROAD.
  108. 108. CREATING IDEAS FOR BUSINESS MODELS TO SUSTAIN EDNICACONTEXT:TEACHING SOCIAL INNOVATIONCEDIM DESIGN & INNOVATION CENTREMONTERREY, MEXICO
  109. 109. REHABILITATION SERVICES
  110. 110. EDUCATIONAL COMICS
  111. 111. EMERGING RESPONSIBLY
  112. 112. STARTING THE CONVERSATION
  113. 113. PEOPLE & PESOS CONNECTING WORLDS
  114. 114. PEOPLE & PESOS CONNECTING WORLDS
  115. 115. PEOPLE & PESOS peopleandpesos.com
  116. 116. WHAT’S YOUR DIALOGUE?
  117. 117. CONTEXT: FAVELA>BRAZIL
  118. 118. WHERE DO YOU GO TO SCHOOL?
  119. 119. HOW DO YOU FIND YOUR PHONE LINE?
  120. 120. HOW DO YOU GET YOUR WATER?
  121. 121. WHO COLLECTS YOUR WASTE?
  122. 122. WHO DELIVERS YOUR POST?
  123. 123. HOW DO YOU LIVE?
  124. 124. HOW DO YOU LIVE?
  125. 125. HOW DO YOU LIVE?
  126. 126. HOW DO YOU LIVE?WHAT’S YOUR DIALOGUE?
  127. 127. BREAKING THE ICE
  128. 128. 1. USE YOURSELF:HUMILITY
  129. 129. 2. USE YOURSELF:HUMOUR
  130. 130. 3. USE YOURSELF:HOME STAY
  131. 131. 4. USE YOURSELF:RELATED STORIES
  132. 132. 5. USE YOURSELF:YOU ARE A USER
  133. 133. NOW:START A CONVERSATION
  134. 134. NOW:START A CONVERSATION OBRIGADA
  135. 135. NOW:START A CONVERSATION OBRIGADA eleanordavies.wordpress.com peopleandpesos.com
  136. 136. NOW:START A CONVERSATION OBRIGADA eleanordavies.wordpress.com peopleandpesos.com

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