Magazine Practice Tech Research Mixology Airbnb’s Director of Research shares how he mixes research methods to enable unique and exciting real-world experiences for the platform’s users. Practice The Arts Making with Magic Autoethnography, Art Practice and the Participation of Other-Than-Humans in Witchbody, by Sabrina Scott. Practice The Arts The Writing on the Wall Art, ethnography, and community voice in LA’s Little Tokyo Historic District. Magazine Practice Syntax in the City An urban design expert explains the science behind the signs and symbols of cities. Magazine Practice The Human Element at Microsoft Speaking with Microsoft’s Sam Ladner about what it means to be a sociologist at the world’s biggest software company. Curation Practice The EPIC2015 Conversation ↗ Epic People / 01.28.2016 Curation Practice Anthropology in Business ↗ American Anthropological Association / 03.11.2016 For business, what do anthropologists bring to the party? Curation Practice Why Big Data is Actually Small, Personal and Very Human ↗ Aeon / 08.26.2016 Curation Practice Getting the Most Out of Ethnography for User Experience ↗ Medium / 08.31.2016 How reading ethnography has helped me to understand the power of observation and gain greater empathy with my users Curation Practice On Being an Ethnographer ↗ Fersa, University of Cambridge Blog / 04.30.2017 Being an ethnographer, everyday and every moment can be a research moment. There is taking a break, but not turning off. Forum Practice Spy vs Ethnographer What happened to me when on stage, at a gathering of my ethnographic peers, where I was accused of being a spy. Magazine Practice Beyond the Disease Unveiling how the struggle for identity can become a matter of life or death for young men living with hemophilia. Forum Practice Bricolage in a Can The story of one research team’s journey into the brand culture of alcoholic energy drinks. Forum Practice Observations of an Observer When shooting ethnographic photography I use my education and experience as a photojournalist. Here’s how. Food Practice A Taste of the Road Bruno Moynie pursued that romantic fantasy of life on the road, in the American south, and shares his food with us. Practice Talk Going Native: The Art of Ethnographic Filmmaking To Bruno Moynié, ethnographic filmmaking is the art of immersion, the ability to accept and be accepted by the people you are filming.