Resources — PhD By Design

WHAT TECHNOLOGY/WEBSITES/APPS WOULD YOU RECOMMEND FOR MAKING RESEARCH EASIER? TECHNOLOGY:

WHAT TECHNOLOGY/WEBSITES/APPS WOULD YOU RECOMMEND FOR MAKING RESEARCH EASIER?

TECHNOLOGY:

Scrivener (writing)
Scapple (mapping stuff)
Zotero (references, organizing notes and transcriptions)
Evernote (online notebook – professional version has OCR recognition so you can scan and digitalise your notes)
Mendeley (reference manager)
Sensecam – for participant ethnography, makes an image every couple of seconds
Wacom Pen – to animate/scan participants drawings
WEBSITES:

Bookends (Referencing software)

Endnote (Referencing software)

Google Drive
Linkedin
Academia.edu
maketools.com
cowbird.com (story telling website, really beautiful)
Sanders (lots of great papers and design tool ideas -> free downloads)
Ethos
Slideshare
www.designresearchtequniches.com
Open Street Map
Dropbox
DPP – Design Philosophy Papers
Google Sketch Up
Thinkbuzan.com (how to mindmap)
Google Bookmarks
Trello (organiser)
instructables.com
APPS:

VoodooPad
Storify (putting together different materials – writings, clips, recordings, etc.)
Notability (for iPad)
PhD Design List
DRS mailing list
#nsmnss “Blogs on Blurring the Boundaries”
Sage Research Methods Online (SRMO)
Design Calls (Journal)
J.A.R – Journal Artistic Research (Journal)
Open Humanities Press Technographies
SHE JI – Journal Shanghai
Mellel (word processor)
Twitter
TeuxDeux (to-do app)
Coffictvity – streams sound of a coffee shop at work
Pomodoro Timer (physical or app)

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