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During May 2013 the Meld Studios team conducted a three-week long observational and contextual research project for a cafe chain in Western Australia. After 110 hours of observation in 18 locations, ...

During May 2013 the Meld Studios team conducted a three-week long observational and contextual research project for a cafe chain in Western Australia. After 110 hours of observation in 18 locations, nearly 200 interviews, and thousands of photographs we had collected a lot of data, and learned a lot more about the conduct of field research.

This presentation looks at the research objectives, research plan, our experiences in the field, and reflect on the extent to which we successfully captured – and were able to communicate – what we saw, heard, smelled, touched and felt.

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    Design Research: Lessons learned Design Research: Lessons learned Presentation Transcript

    • Design research Lessons learned from the field Steve Baty @docbaty Meld Studios
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    • The end point Steve Baty
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    • 1. Keep your eye open for anything
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    • 2. Capture more than you think you need
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    • 3. Balance volume with quality
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    • 4. Double up as much as possible
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    • 5. Use multiple research techniques
    • ‘Triangulation’
    • 6. Capture the highest resolution you can Steve Baty
    • Recap 1. Keep your eye open for anything 2. Capture more than you think you need 3. Balance volume with quality 4. Double up as much as possible 5. Use multiple research techniques 6. Capture the highest resolution you can Steve Baty
    • Thank you Steve Baty @docbaty steve@meldstudios.com.au ! www.meldstudios.com.au @wearemeld