Jonathan Arnowitz, Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
Google it, we dare you. We tried several different search terms relating to case studies and design, and what consistently came up was AIGA's Case Study Archive and the CHI 2004 and CHI 2005 Design Expo. We even found a promising guide to writing case studies at: http://businessmajors.about.com/cs/casestudyhelp/a/HowToWriteCase.htm. At CHI this year, we asked a few people why they didn't submit case studies to the conference. The answer sort of surprised us: There are better places to submit them that value the work more. We are able to find lots of case studies from the perspective of project management.…
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