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Researching culture: a practical how-to for designers

by Sam Ladner on March 21, 2011 · 1 comment

in Blog, anthropology, culture, design, home, methods, qualitative research, sociology

I recently gave a guest lecture to the Master’s of Design students at OCADU on how to research culture. Don’t worry if you missed it, because you can now listen to the same lecture and get the presentation!

Below is the audio and presentation from that lecture. Are you interested in more? Consider Culture Coaching, a new service from Copernicus. We offer one-on-one coaching for designers, marketers, and strategists. If you want to improve your cultural IQ, take a look at Culture Coaching

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