Session 3A | Mar 24, 2016
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Session 3A | Mar 24, 2016

Observing the ordinary


nouhaila zergane

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Discussion

6 responses to “Observing the ordinary”

  1. Neko says:

    Excellent observations, and cool sketches! Are you throwing a dancing party every night before going to bed, or these are the neighbors? :)I love the details of describing the wake up routine, especially about products arranged to order of use, and the green towel.

    • nouhaila zergane says:

      I just put music and start dancing alone like a crazy person x)
      I took a look at Gonzalo’s post and tried to go more in detail in my last post , hope that was better than the previous

  2. Neko says:

    One suggestion (that I’ve made to others, too):
    What I would advise if you can get even more into detail of how using particular things -feel- to you. 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.

  3. Neko says:

    Last two observations were great, first two would need to be slightly more focused and formatted into the Sheet format (otherwise you can’t work with them). Please note that even after this update, this is only 4 observations – you are 3 observations short.

  4. Neko says:

    It’s great now, thanks! :)

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