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Mixing Research Methods in HCI: Ethnography Meets Experimentation in Image Browser Design.

Research output: Working paper

Published

Publication date2004
Place of publicationHamburg, Germany
Number of pages16
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

We report the specification and evaluation of a browser designed to support sharing of digital photographs. The project integrated outcomes from experiments, ethnographic observations, and single-case immersiveobservations to specify and evaluate browser technologies. As well as providing and evaluating new browser concepts, a key outcome of our research is a case study showing the successful integration of ethnography and experimentation, research and design methods that are often viewed as orthogonal, sometimes even mutually exclusive, in HCI.