Reflections on ethnography in the new issue of Stanford’s Ambidextrous magazine

The latest issue of Ambidextrous, Stanford University’s journal of design, has just been published.

The issue is entirely online. Two of my favourite articles:

Mind the gap: ethnographers navigate the space between users and designers (pages 40-42)
An interview of Michael Barry and Griff Coleman, principals at Point Foreward, a Bay area firm that uses ethnographic research to inform the design of consumer products

Robots in space… and the scientists that mimic them (pages 36-37)
An ethnographer delves into the origins of the “Rover Dance” and the meanings behind it

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