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Design In The Field

Deploy, Discover, Document, Design. Or, more simply: Go somewhere. Learn something. Capture it. Make it look like something. These are the core values of Design In The Field. This is a fast moving, holistic service I've developed that delivers information, insight, and design rapidly. Think of me as an all-in-one consultancy.


Watch the video below and read on for more information.

 

 
 
 

DEPLOY DISCOVER DOCUMENT DESIGN

I've spent years being on the receiving end of ethnographic research - sometimes good, sometimes bad, and sometimes completely missing the mark. Good design is good research. Everything we touch and interact with is an opportunity for observation and analysis, curiosity and criticism. Good design is also about being a good human. Treating people as complex beings who we might learn from will get you much further than treating them as a user, test subject, or consumer. I've been at the centre of ethnographic and empirical research projects and found it of value to be able to filter and store information not just as a researcher but as a capable designer, and then to immediately and intuitively start to generate not necessarily solutions, but ideas. I don't believe good design can be done in a vacuum. I think it's done best when you're outside your comfort zone. 

The aim of Design In The Field is to make the communication of the research, and thusly the insights, just as lively and exciting as the design work itself.

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FIELD KIT

At the end of a 4 week project, deliverables include a written document outlining the process including high-level insights and learnings, a visual design presentation, a wrap-up video, and a collection of the raw, original sketches. 


 

MISSION ENQUIRY

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It is not necessarily at home that we best encounter our true selves. The furniture insists that we cannot change because it does not; the domestic setting keeps us tethered to the person we are in ordinary life, who may not be who we essentially are.
— Alain de Botton

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