Finding patterns in the fieldwork

  title={Finding patterns in the fieldwork},
  author={David B. Martin and Tom Rodden and Mark Rouncefield and Ian Sommerville and Stephen Viller},
This paper conSIders the potential of using patterns of cooperative Interaction to support thedevelopment of general dessgn prtncrples drawn from a range of work settings. lt reports on the development of patterns from ethnographic studies ll‘l a number of work envrronments. Our particular Interest IS in the possibilities surrounding the use of patterns as a means of organismg, presenting and representing this growmg corpus of ethnographic material and In the contribution this mlght make to… CONTINUE READING
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