He defines it as a blog “about the collision of people, society and technology, drawing on issues related to the user research that I conduct on behalf of my employer – Nokia”, but also as “a pause for reflection in our planet’s seemingly headlong rush to churn out more, faster, smaller and cheaper.”
The blog, he says, contains material “that inspires or challenges me, helps me understand how the future might turn out.”
Jan splits his time between running user studies and developing new applications, services and products that we will be using 3 to 15 years from now. He specialises in taking teams of concept/industrial designers, psychologists, usability experts, sociologists, and ethnographers into the field and using their data to inform, inspire and affect how his colleagues think and what they do.
(via Eyebeam reBlog)