Design research mediation, layering

Just a quick post to flag up a little discovery: Chen, Pin-maio of the Graduate School of Design, Spatial Media Group in Taipei has posted a great reflection (Google translation) of our Designing with RFID research from last year.

What is especially lovely is the way in which the images from our paper are carefully interpreted and annotated visually with notes and explanations. In many ways it communicates better than the original paper.

And on that note, Nicolas Nova also has a good writeup here.

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