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Everybody Needs Somebody

Starting tomorrow I’ll be running two days of field research in Elephant and Castle. We’ll be making tangible, physical models of our social connections out of simple materials with the intention of building up a picture of human relationships.  385 more words


Comics and data analysis

Going through the results from Liverpool and doing a first pass at analysis of the comics produced by members of the public during the workshop. There are well established techniques for analysing visual research material although they usually address more conventional media such as ethnographic photography or visual field notes and video recordings of participants. 359 more words



So far, all my posts have been about my ongoing journey of re-learning photography. This one’s going to be a little different. I’ve finally come to a point where I have actual writing to post – writing that I’m proud of (I know..bad grammar… It’ll keep happening, so let’s just push that aside). 1,840 more words

Browser Comics at FACT

In FACT last week running two days of browser history workshops I learned a huge amount about my topic specifically, and about conducting public-facing research in general. 369 more words


Animated Browser History

It can be difficult to remember where you’ve been online and what you did. The browser history list shows you a long chronological list of visited sites but doesn’t help much with making sense of it all. 159 more words


A Funny Thing Happened...

This is a paper accepted to AltCHI 2014 in Toronto this year that I wrote to try and focus some of the research background to one of my PhD case studies. 454 more words