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Micro-Culture Metrics

In our workshops, we look - or learn to look - at situations, objects, and sensations through different lenses. That sounds simple but is a complex endeavour.

Exploring micro-cultures asks for an approach that helps us capture their tone, grasp their specific context and sense their ambiance.

I am every time surprised at what comes to the surface during what we call "conversational fieldtrips". More recently it seems that people talk a lot about an overall lack of respect, time and space. Many say they have started eating in front of their screen while in reality they long for longer, tech-free breaks. They report that the always-on mode puts pressure and makes them feel unsafe.

I don't want to offer a smart solution or thought as I write this. But I think it's about time these developments at micro-culture level were no longer ignored.


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