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Designerly Research Methods and Researcherly Design Methods

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Slides for my 10-minute talk at the Link Symposium, AUT South 27th November 2020
https://www.linksymposium.com/

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Designerly Research Methods and Researcherly Design Methods

  1. 1. Designerly Research Methods and Researcherly Design Methods Ricardo Sosa, PhD aut.ac.nz/profiles?id=rsosa @designcomputing
  2. 2. about across along amid around as before behind beneath beyond by despite during for from in into like near of on onto over regarding through underneath upon via within Research Practice
  3. 3. Rich Goldstein’s matrix of creative hats
  4. 4. StoltermanCandy GrocottVaughan Edmonds Forlizzi Zimmerman Dalsgaard GiaccardiMarkussenAgid Brandt Morrison DiSalvo Søndergaard Joyce Yee Hagen Gaver
  5. 5. researcherly designer: a designer trained in research designerly researcher: a researcher trained in design Yee, J. (2017). The researcherly designer/the designerly researcher. In L. Vaughan (Ed.), Practice-based Design Research (pp. 155). London: Bloomsbury Academic.
  6. 6. Researcherly designer Designerly researcher
  7. 7. Haseman, B. 2007. Rupture and recognition: Identifying the performative research paradigm. In: E. Barrett & B. Bolt (eds) Practice as research: Approaches to creative arts enquiry. London: Tauris, I.B. ‘Methods used by the practitioner can stand as research methods in their own right’
  8. 8. The ‘same’ techniques, tools, and methods are indeed used by individuals for design activity and when they ‘change hats’ to carry out research activity
  9. 9. How they use these methods can be clearly distinguished by the purposes for which they use them
  10. 10. Rich Goldstein’s matrix of creative hats
  11. 11. Professional uses Academic uses
  12. 12. Researcherly design methods • To address problems • To produce solutions • Proficiency is king • Use is opaque • Outcomes are particular • Quality of product • Clients determine impact Designerly research methods •To address questions •To produce knowledge •Criticality is queen •Use is communicable •Outcomes are transferable •Quality of process •Peers determine impact
  13. 13. Sosa R. and Grocott L. (2020) The creative translation of design methods into social research, in Researching in The Age of Covid-19. Volume 3: Creativity and Ethics. Editor(s): Kara, Helen and Khoo, Su-ming. Policy Press, Bristol.
  14. 14. Designerly Research Methods and Researcherly Design Methods Ricardo Sosa, PhD aut.ac.nz/profiles?id=rsosa @designcomputing
  15. 15. https://howardschatz.com/human-body/athletes/

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