Presenting another installment of a collection of most-highly-recommended articles and websites that shaped my thinking throughout the past few weeks on the topics that I'm most into right now: design, business, organizational culture, technology, food, creativity and personal growth, and culture [change] and society. (Note: I decided to try out a new format for the … Continue reading What I’ve been reading lately: the not-so-weekly digest (#4)
Image by Jade At a very basic level, brand-consumer relationships are kind of like the personal relationships we have with the people in our lives. There are people (and brands) we admire and respect, and enjoy having around, and others we detest, avoid, or don't get along with for whatever reason. For the ones who … Continue reading Brand research method: The love letter and the breakup letter
Anthropologists in Practice is an ongoing series of interviews featuring anthropologists (and professionals with anthropology training) who work outside of the academy. The goal of the series is to provide a source of information and inspiration to other practitioners and (potential) students of anthropology, and to illustrate the wide variety of jobs, skills and competencies … Continue reading Anthropologists in Practice: An Interview with Paul Klipp, Design Anthropologist and Business Consultant
In a world in with so many interesting, useful and innovative products and services to choose from, it still seems all too common for people to go through life spending money, time and energy on things that don't make a whole lot of sense. Most of you can probably think of at least one moment … Continue reading Some Guidelines for Design Research
Here's something I've never seen before - an online customer experience survey with a photo of the people who actually designed the survey and are eagerly waiting on the other end for customer feedback. 🙂 What a novel idea to personalize such a typically impersonal interaction. Great job, LinkedIn!