Session 3A | Mar 23, 2016
Thanks, great start! I like the way you detailed the objects you use during the run, as well as entire “process” of getting to run. For the next observations, I would suggest trying something even more detailed. As you probably seen in my previous emails, I suggested you try to observe something very concrete, such as the questions in green (for example ” What meal do you prepare very ofen, and why?”) rather than trying to respond at once to a very broad category (for example “Food”). The more detailed you get, about the way you interact with your everyday object – the better. Thanks!
Oh, and by the way you don’t need to use tree diagram format to display your thoughts – it’s just something I used for myself, but the fact I posted that PDF in format of tree diagrams doesn’t mean that you have to use it.
Here’s another tips to make the observations more focused.
For a reference, see Gonzalo’s observation of hygiene, more concretely how he described physical sensations (and resulting feelings) while brushing teeth or using deodorant. You don’t need to use the ‘tree diagram’ format at all, just take a look at observations he wrote, about how does it really *feel* to perform some action or use some products. In these small details there is a great potential for design inspiration.
Hi Manuela, as I commented to everyone else- can you please reformat the observations you’ve done so far into Object and Activity sheets, and make sure to have at least 7 of them? Thanks
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