Mobile and Cloud Qualitative Fieldwork Apps: Considerations for Design Research

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Mobile apps are not only transforming the lives of people design researchers study –
they are also contributing to the transformation of the craft of design research. This presentation provides an overview of apps relevant to ethnographic design research fieldwork in order to:
-Establish a baseline for future reviews
-Inspire discussion about apps in design research, including gaps and opportunities to inform development moving forward

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  • Thank you, Ann. It's nice to meet a kindred spirit and even nicer to read a thoughtful presentation. You're to be congratulated for having assembled in a very comprehensive manner, much more than the snippets which many of us have been thinking about.
    Dr Jens J. Hansen
    Director, Woodhill Park Research Retreat,
    56 Woodhill Park Road,
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    Auckland 1250
    Phone +64 9 411 7703; Mobile +64 21 172 8320
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Mobile and Cloud Qualitative Fieldwork Apps: Considerations for Design Research

  1. 1. Mobile And Cloud Qualitative Fieldwork Apps
  2. 2. PROJECT MANAGEMENT TRADE-OFFS, TRENDS & NEEDS
  3. 3. • • 
  4. 4. • • • 
  5. 5. Interviews Observation SelfDocumentationGroups & Events Projectives &ExercisesAPPS MAPPED TO ENTHOGRAPHIC FIELDWORK METHODS
  6. 6. MARKET POSITIONING OF APPS REPRESENTEDInterviews Observation SelfDocumentationGroups & Events Projectives &Exercises
  7. 7. Interviews Observation SelfDocumentationGroups & Events Projectives &ExercisesTOOL & PLATFORM DISTINCTIONS OF APPS REPRESENTED
  8. 8. Interviews Observation SelfDocumentationGroups & Events Projectives &Exercises
  9. 9. METHOD | INTERVIEWS
  10. 10. • • METHOD | INTERVIEWS
  11. 11. • • METHOD | INTERVIEWS
  12. 12. METHOD | INTERVIEWS
  13. 13. Interviews Observation SelfDocumentationGroups & Events Projectives &Exercises
  14. 14. METHOD | OBSERVATION• • 
  15. 15. METHOD | OBSERVATION
  16. 16. Interviews Observation SelfDocumentationGroups & Events Projectives &Exercises
  17. 17. • • METHOD | SELF DOCUMENTATION
  18. 18. • • METHOD | SELF DOCUMENTATION
  19. 19. METHOD | SELF DOCUMENTATION• • • • 
  20. 20. METHOD | SELF DOCUMENTATION
  21. 21. Interviews Observation SelfDocumentationGroups & Events Projectives &Exercises
  22. 22. • • METHODS | GROUPS & EVENTS
  23. 23. METHODS | GROUPS & EVENTS
  24. 24. Interviews Observation SelfDocumentationGroups & Events Projectives &Exercises
  25. 25. METHODS | PROJECTIVES & EXERCISES• • 
  26. 26. METHODS | PROJECTIVES & EXERCISES
  27. 27. METHODS | PROJECTIVES & EXERCISES
  28. 28. HOME VISIT FIELDWORK EQUIPMENT CHECKLISTS                         
  29. 29. • • • • • • • EXAMPLES OF TYPES OF DESIGN RESEARCH DATA POINTS• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 
  30. 30. • • • EXAMPLES OF EARLY ANALYSIS METHODS CONDUCTED DURING FIELDWORK• • • • • • • • • 

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