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If an Opportunity Presented Itself, Would you Notice?

During a lecture at the University of Lille in 1854, Louis Pasteur remarked, “In the fields of observation, chance favors only the prepared mind.” Getting unstuck often starts with an interesting situation getting your attention. 453 more words

Unstuck Minds Compass

How about an Organizational Seder?

At some point during the last few days, thousands of reluctant Jewish children were goaded into reciting the portion of a traditional Passover Seder known as, “ 413 more words

Thinking Traps

Usability Testing

Lancôme, Paris

Provide usability support surrounding the launch of the new Mexico-based website for L’Oreal Paris. Initial research provides an understanding of the industry through contextual inquiries and the development of personas. 58 more words

Field Research in Information Design

If you are an information designer you can enhance your work by using field research. However, this type of research is still frequently overlooked in information design professional practice… 593 more words

Information Design

Monthly Method Spotlight: Contextual Inquiry

Contextual Inquiry

When/why: Contextual inquiries are more natural and sometimes more realistic as a result. They are also usually less formal and don’t use tasks or scripts. 45 more words