Liz Sanders is an experimental psychologist and a pioneer in generative design research. She is the founder of Make Tools, which leverages participatory human-centered methods for innovation and to address the big challenges we face in today’s world. Liz is also a professor within the Design Department at The Ohio State University. QRCA VIEWS Luminaries Feature Editor Kay Corry Aubrey recently spoke with Liz about her work in a field that she helped to create, related to qualitative research.
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