I'm in the early production/final editing stages of my book The Art and Craft of User Research Interviewing
(http://rosenfeldmedia.com/books/user-interviews/) and am
looking for images to enhance the text. I'd love the book to represent more of the field that just Steve's-this-about-Steve's-that; I'm including\ sidebar stories from a number of folks that will provide some contrasting perspectives; but it seems like the visuals are also an opportunity to bring in a broader set of examples.
If you have a candidate image for any of the following, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. This must be an image that you have the rights to (and you'll be asked to sign a form for the publisher indicating that). You will receive credit as provider of the image.
I am planning to wrap this up by the end of this week, thanks!
The images I need are
a fieldwork packet, interview guide, incentive, NDA, all packed up and ready
something showing the different contexts in phone interviews - where
we are and where they are (either side of the equation; I'm going to put together a split-screen image)
A research-outcome "museum" - by that I mean some
installation that exists in the corporate environment that documents the
results, experiences, outcome, etc. of fieldwork in a way that the rest of the
organization can engage with
A "public" synthesis session; an unusual
environment where synthesis takes place, like a kitchen, and with that, people
stop by and see what's going on (and become interested)