Innovation Tools Series: Photo Diaries

By: Debbie Stocker
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Uploaded to SlideShare a little while ago, we’re finally catching up with ourselves on the blog, so here is the second presentation in our Innovation Tools Series…

A short guide to photo diaries

A qualitative research method, photo diaries are a fantastic way to gain rich insights into people’s environment, behaviour, opinions, routines, likes and dislikes. The tool is not bound by language—instructions can be translated or even given in symbols—meaning that this form of research is accessible to almost everyone, whether they are old, young or speak the same language, and no matter what level of reading ability. Similarly, the method can either be low tech (cheap disposable cameras) or high tech (with loaned digital technology or via digital platforms). An easy, fun, engaging activity for participants that can be used over hours, weeks or months, photo diaries drive innovation by giving you direct access to someone else’s world.

For our short guide, view the SlideShare below.

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