In this book review of Research for Designers: A Guide to Methods and Practice, I provide a summary of the book’s content and a brief description of each chapter. I also discuss the book’s structure, organization, strengths, and weaknesses. This review concludes with the evaluation that Research for Designers is an excellent resource and practical guide for novice researchers from any academic discipline, but especially so for researchers and practitioners in the design field.
Design, Research Methodology, Writing Research Reports
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Coan, A. (2018). Looking Beyond Arts and Crafts: A Book Review of Research for Designers. The Qualitative Report, 23(2), 439-441. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol23/iss2/11