Research by Woolley and Fishbach indicates that design-related data collection needs to be carefully timed. They learned that people are more interested in the intrinsic features of an activity when they’re doing it than before or after it takes place.
Design Process and Issues
Antoun and colleagues studied recruiting iPhone users to participate in a web-based survey. They report that their “findings reveal very different performances between two types of strategies: those that ‘pull in’ online users actively looking for paid work (MTurk workers and Craigslist users) and those that ‘push out’ a recruiting ad to online users engaged in other, unrelated online activities (Google AdWords and Facebook). The pull-method recruits were more cost efficient and committed to the survey task, while the push-method recruits were more demographically diverse.
Spreading the word about design thinking
Increasing understanding and memorability
Zadeh, Sadatsafavi, and Xue completed a comprehensive study of the financial implications of evid
Osimo and her colleagues demonstrate one way in which virtual experiences may improve practice an
Using several media devices simultaneously, for example listening to music while using the phone,
The Academy of Management Journal has decided to address “the importance of design and t
Research recently completed by Duguid and Goncalo will be useful to practitioners who have puzzle
Periodically, concerns are raised about the value of data collected using Amazon’s Mechanical Tur