Jan Chipchase on Researching in the Field

Jan Chipchase on Researching in the Field
Design
Christine Huang
  • 10 november 2008

Last week we had the privilege of attending Tiger.Blam, an eye-opening discussion put on by frog design and IxDA featuring Nokia field researcher Jan Chipchase. Though not trained as an anthropologist, Chipchase makes a living by learning first-hand about how people interact, work, and – just generally – live with and without technology. He openly shares his experiences via his blog, where he posts some of the research he does to inform Nokia design as well as his own musings on the future of connectivity (we’ve featured several of his insights here before).

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