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Spare SIM

31 Aug 2013
In: Design Inspiration, Hong Kong
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The Experience of Experience

08 Jul 2012
In: Cultural Norms, Guilin
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Late night chats with Chinese colleagues about their holidaying experiences reminded me of this photo: waiting to catch an early flight out of Guilin, China …
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A Design Experiment

Been working on a design experiment in, on, by and for China. The experiment was conducted within the following six rules: 1. It must engage people …
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Angles, Attitudes

22 Feb 2012
In: Cultural Norms, Shanghai
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Communities in China use a lot of outdoor furniture – chairs, clothes hanging, food preparation, morning ablutions all spill out onto the hutong along with …
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The Art of Queuing

05 Jan 2012
In: Research Methods, Tokyo
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It might seem counter-productive to travel half way across the world to observe or take part in an activity that we would otherwise try to …
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Power Plays

It’s always interesting to watch power plays in action – people who want to communicate their assumed authority over an individual or group. You can …
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New Interactions in the Chinese Urban Vocabulary?

Start here. As anyone whose spent a day tailing consumers in Shanghai will tell you: a Chinese shopper and her bags are not easily parted …
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Reassurance Behaviours I

04 Nov 2008
In: Design Inspiration, Washington DC
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How you know whether something is really, absolutely working as planned? And if you’re offering a service – how to communicate to suspicious customers that you …
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Psychology of What We Don’t Know

21 Oct 2008
In: Design Inspiration, Tokyo
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The human tendency to look forward, to take in the parts of approaching objects that we haven’t yet seen.
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Carrying and Interaction Behaviours

25 Jun 2008
In: Design Inspiration, Nakame
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The slides from today’s Nike Tokyo Design Studio co-presentation with Fumiko Ichikawa on Interaction and Carrying Styles is now online. Thanks to Fumiko Tsuji and …
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