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For my 3rd year dissertation project for uni, i'll be looking into how japanese people differ from british people, from an interaction point of view.
What this means is, for example; Interacting with a mobile phone, accessorys, themes, short text/slag and other personal customization like casing.
Another would be train travel, where would you queue, what do you do while waiting, what would you be reading?
My question to you guys is what types of questions 'should' i be asking. What question would best show the differences between the two cultures as i'll be interviewing my Japanese friend soon and don't want to waste questions that i could of found out with a bit of googling.
I hope this kinda makes sense, as within the next week or so i'll be posting a questionnaire which i hope you guys can fill out. Don't worry, it'll be short
I'm a 3rd Year Student studying Interaction Design in Kent, England
Last edited by Iceiphoenix; August 12, 2013 at 05:16 AM.