Category Archives: Whiteboards

Content for design recommendations

I’m beginning to work on the design recommendation part of my thesis. Here’s my first pass at jotting down all the tips and actionable insights I’ve found throughout the year, in my literature review and from my own participatory research … Continue reading

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Summarizing my journal findings

I had 6 individuals participate in my journal activity—two women and four men. Three participants were between 25 and 30 years old, and three were in their 30s. The journals asked the participants about daily water-drinking behavior. They were also … Continue reading

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Thesis readings on the whiteboard

I began filling a whiteboard with my thesis readings. So far, I have 27 separate readings, of which I have read 19 (8 to go, and I’m sure there will be more to come!). My thesis topic lies at the … Continue reading

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