Search Results: privacy

Privacy Mantra

12 Oct 2013
In: Future Perfect, Gulangyu
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Those who erode privacy profit from its invasion, can afford to pay to cover their tracks and/or lead dull lives.
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Privacy Line

20 Apr 2012
In: Cultural Norms, Shanghai
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Line in front of this bank’s outdoor ATM. How we learn what distance is enough.
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Privacy Exensions

Curtains hung over the balcony, rather than inside the window. How does the motivation for curtain hanging differ in a culture where the distinction between private …
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Practices Around Privacy

25 Jun 2009
In: Design Inspiration, Tehran
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Finding the right balance between working for and being rewarded by a large corporation and respectfully engaging / disengaging with people and communities is a …
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Transaction Privacy, Service Design

23 Oct 2007
In: Cultural Norms, Tokyo
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ATM’s are almost exclusively found inside buildings in Japan yet commonly accessible directly from the street in cities like Helsinki or London. The relatively low recorded …
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The Price of Privacy

01 Jul 2007
In: Cultural Norms, Mumbai
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Using local contact numbers during the field research lowers the communication barrier for would-be participants – and the arrival in a new city heralds in …
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Your Face Here

29 Sep 2013
In: Design Inspiration, Shibuya
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As many of my friends appreciate I’m camera shy. Partly it’s a desire for privacy, and partly it is because more photos makes my work …
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Muzzle Flash

28 Apr 2013
In: Design Inspiration, New York
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Context to this post here. On Friday I was invited into Google Labs New York and given the opportunity to try out Glass. I declined. Here’s why. There are …
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Commercial Home Mapping Services

06 Mar 2012
In the first version of the home mapping service you sign-up online – google.com/homemap, century21.com/homemap – there’s a bunch of players out there – …
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It’s Not Your Face, It’s Ours

After a few days in NYC back in China. One of the reoccurring conversations in the US that I coming back to is near-time facial …
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