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Figure 10: Cambridge TelData Buildings FINAL REFLECTIONS “Freedom” from space is a value judgment that assumes that “mobility” is somehow innately preferable. However, the evidence seems to suggest that this perspective is likely only that of a tiny minority (such as those doing the research). Rather, users will adapt and adapt to rapidly changing new technology as it fits within their life patterns in existing and slowly changing life spaces. Through context-specific ethnographic behavioral research, we can develop empirically grounded design objectives in tune with the specific needs of users.
For research/class/work related? g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. Eudora, Mail- NOT online) Other (please explain) 14. Are these the activities you had planned to do in this room? 15. Was this your 1st choice of space? 16. If not, where might you have wanted to go and why didn’t you go there? 17. How many times have you come here in the past week? 18. What did you use this space for primarily (can be multiple)? 19. Looking back at the past week, how long on average were each of these visits to this space?
Kelley, Tom. The Art of Innovation: Lessons in Creativity from IDEO, America’s Leading Design Firm. New York: Doubleday, 2001. Insider secrets about how to use user studies and prototyping to innovate from a leading design firm in Silicon Valley. 47 Martin, Leslie and Lionel March, eds. Urban Space and Structure. London: Cambridge U Press, 1972. Example of a campus design evaluation from the 1970s using similar methods. Mitchell, William J. City of Bits: Space, Place and the Infobahn. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1995.