There’s a guest post by Brynn Evans over on the Bolt | Peters Blog, on the topic of using remote research methods to inform social interaction design. What’s social interaction design, you ask?:
Social interaction design (SxD) is the practice of designing for person-to-person interactions mediated by a computer interface, going beyond pure usability and human-computer interaction. Even fairly solitary experiences like editing a Wikipedia page occur in a social context in which other users’ past interactions influence what new editors contribute.
Read it here!