Interaction Design Analysis of Liverpool Street Station

An ethnographic study conducted at Liverpool Street Station on four days to observe people‚Äôs interactions with the environment, technology, and each other. Analyzes how people designate public and private spaces in an open floor plan by placing their back to objects, such as a support pillar. People-people interaction included communication methods such as pointing, body/foot angling, and glances. This study was conducted as a part of Queen Mary University of London’s Interaction Design module in Fall 2015.

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