SHEILA PONTIS, Sense Information Design & Princeton University
Ethnographic analysis is the examination of raw data with an interpretative lens to identify themes, connections and patterns. How can you make this process more accessible to support data socialization and encourage collaboration from all members of an organization or team? In this tutorial you will learn and practice information design principles and visual frameworks to support research data analysis, translate findings into tangible forms and share learnings with more clarity.
This hands-on tutorial will help ethnographic and design researchers analyze and synthesize field research data in a structured and visual way. Tutorial participants will create visuals that keep the power of the text, its meanings and emotions, without oversimplifying or misrepresenting the data. The tutorial will cover:
Information design principles for supporting ethnographic research
Six ways of seeing and showing for analyzing data and visualizing insights...
Gallery installations at EPIC2019 evoked multi-modal experiences of ethnographic practice—written, oral, visual, three-dimensional, interactive, critical, reflective. These creative projects offered conference attendees diverse experiences of agency and ethnography. The conference committee made an open call for proposals and selected installations through anonymous review.
Chair: ANJA MAERZ, Babylon Health
Carolina Amiguet, Google
MAKALÉ FABER CULLEN, Urban Soils Institute
ANNA HICKEY-MOODY, RMIT University
SHEILA PONTIS, Princeton University
WAFA SAID MOSLEH, University of Southern Denmark
The Ethno-graphic Sensibility, Jamie McPike & Diana Graizbord
Socially Informed Policy and Planning for AV Mobility in Rhode Island, Kate Fisher
Agency via Avatar Emotions in Virtual Reality, Ayfer Gokalp & Jacqueline Pospisil
Office Humour, James O’Neill, Francesco Pini & Frauke Hein
What Are Memories Made of?, Hema Malini Waghray
Debris, Daria Loi & Heather McGeachy...