Crowd interpretation

Date of publication: September 18, 2011


Research is becoming increasingly a commodity. We see a trend towards DIY research on the client side. Researchers are no longer in the business of data collection or analysis only. The researcher of the future needs to be an insight generator and inspirer. This presentation challenges common premises via the principle of crowd interpretation where research participants instead of researchers are asked to analyze and interpret research data with the goal of generating better insights. Two case studies in cooperation with the VRT and Heinz illustrate findings.

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