The book is here!

Almost two years ago, I was in my train ride to work and started writing a book proposal based on an idea that had been in my mind for a long time. Today the book arrived! Making Sense of Field Research: A

The book is here!

Almost two years ago, I was in my train ride to work and started writing a book proposal based on an idea that had been in my mind for a long time. Today the book arrived! Making Sense of Field Research: A

Transforming Research into Action with Visualizations Workshop!

Next month, I will be facilitating a workshop on the intersection of field research and information design at the forthcoming Design Educators Research Conference (Decipher) conference organised by AIGA Design Educators Community and the new DARIA Network (Design as Research in

Transforming Research into Action with Visualizations Workshop!

Next month, I will be facilitating a workshop on the intersection of field research and information design at the forthcoming Design Educators Research Conference (Decipher) conference organised by AIGA Design Educators Community and the new DARIA Network (Design as Research in

Reflections on applying information design to the writing process

Each person experiences writing is a different way: while for some people writing comes naturally and words flow one after the others for others writing can take more time and be a harder journey. But, in general, when it is

Reflections on applying information design to the writing process

Each person experiences writing is a different way: while for some people writing comes naturally and words flow one after the others for others writing can take more time and be a harder journey. But, in general, when it is

Everything info designers need to know about field research, but never ask!

Since I started my journey as a design researcher, I realized that there was a big gap in the literature about using research–particularly qualitative research (i.e. not marketing research!)–in design practice, and even more in the field of information design.

Everything info designers need to know about field research, but never ask!

Since I started my journey as a design researcher, I realized that there was a big gap in the literature about using research–particularly qualitative research (i.e. not marketing research!)–in design practice, and even more in the field of information design.

Understanding the hidden logic

What is the story told by the above objects? What do these objects have in common? At a glance these objects look like just a bunch of office supplies with not apparent connection or story to be told. However, after

Understanding the hidden logic

What is the story told by the above objects? What do these objects have in common? At a glance these objects look like just a bunch of office supplies with not apparent connection or story to be told. However, after

Becoming a Designer takes work

Teaching design in non-design universities and schools is certainly a very different experience from teaching in design education. For the last six years, in addition to my design courses, I have been teaching design thinking to non-designers. All this time

Becoming a Designer takes work

Teaching design in non-design universities and schools is certainly a very different experience from teaching in design education. For the last six years, in addition to my design courses, I have been teaching design thinking to non-designers. All this time

Will Burtin: neglected giant of information design

I learned about Will Burtin’s work through R. Roger Remington and Fripp’s book a few years ago, but it was love at first sight. The combination of Burtin’s thinking process, ingenuity and direct relevance to what today we referred to as

Will Burtin: neglected giant of information design

I learned about Will Burtin’s work through R. Roger Remington and Fripp’s book a few years ago, but it was love at first sight. The combination of Burtin’s thinking process, ingenuity and direct relevance to what today we referred to as