NIRD

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December 05, 2010

 NIRD

"Non-obtrusive way to Integrate Reflection into your Daily practice"

Chris Basham, Anna Eaglin, Eugene Siew, Xiying Wang

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Design Process Model project for HCI/d INFO I604 Design Theory class.

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Chris Basham

December 05, 2010
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  1. Chris Basham, Anna Eaglin, Eugene Siew, Xiying Wang NIRD Non-obtrusive

    way to Integrate Reflection into your Daily practice
  2. Designers know the value of reflection Schön, Stolterman & Nelson

    Research
  3. Surveyed why designers do or do not reflect Research

  4. Designers are unsure of when, what & how to reflect.

    Findings
  5. Initial concept

  6. Promotes freshness Concentrated reflection Cognitive offloading Reflect 5-times a day

    via short activities
  7. Blog post Twitter update Video commentary Text message Sketch Talk

    to an object or person Reflective activities
  8. When was too structured What was too specific How was

    too varied Why it failed
  9. When is flexible What is your life How is a

    specific activity How it changed
  10. Reflection model

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  12. Low barrier-to-entry Quick & simple Ready-at-hand Method qualities

  13. Post-it & pen Tony Buzan’s The Mind Map Book Mind

    map diary method
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  27. Method variations

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  33. Test new methods, longer duration, different contexts Future considerations

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