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Blog Post 6 | Contextual Inquiry | Peipei Wang (Late)

Contextual inquiry can reveal many important and hidden assumptions about your users.

1) Did your your participant use technology beyond it’s intended function?

– If yes, then did this enhance or negatively impact their self care practice? 426 more words

Contextual Inquiry - Late

Probably my favorite research method right now. Intuitive, holistic, and unconstrained, contextual inquiry allows researchers and design teams to better understand people in their specific contexts and why they do the things they do. 303 more words

Contextual Inquiry

Contextual Inquiry - Late

In our contextual inquiry, we observed a participant brushing teeth with an advanced toothbrush – falling very naturally into the self-care theme. From our observation, the participant did not use the technology beyond its intended function in a physical sense. 378 more words

Contextual Inquiry

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Our participant did not use the technology beyond its intended function.  Quite the opposite – he didn’t use very many of the features.  I frequently use products beyond their intended function – all the time! 277 more words

Contextual Inquiry

Contextual Inquiry - Late

We decided to study someone using the smartphone application Mint. Mint is an application people use to track their spending habits, bills, payments, and credit card/bank account status. 465 more words

Contextual Inquiry

Contextual Inquiry- Late

Contextual inquiry can reveal many important and hidden assumptions about your users.
1) Did your your participant use technology beyond it’s intended function?
– If yes, then did this enhance or negatively impact their self care practice? 529 more words

Contextual Inquiry - Late

Contextual inquiry can reveal many important and hidden assumptions about your users.

1) Did your your participant use technology beyond it’s intended function?
– If yes, then did this enhance or negatively impact their self care practice? 347 more words