Research in art and design has traditionally borrowed from the methodology of the social sciences, adapting methods to suit its particular emphases and purpose. Many of these methods are appropriate to research with participants and will continue to be used, but they are not always ideally suited to some of its unique aspects, particularly if the research involves practice. Recently, researchers in art and design have begun to develop more creative and innovative methods to address these issues. The case examples presented in this section are a mix of traditional and novel approaches that in each case respond to the needs of the research project.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *