Design Methods #5 – Laddering

Jan 03 2013 Published by Neil Gains under design

Laddering is a technique for revealing the connections between physical characteristics and deeper personal values. In a previous article, I wrote about cognitive mapping, which builds on Means-End Theory and Expectancy Value Theory and is also close to Personal Construct Theory developed by George Kelly (all originating in the 1950s). Read more »

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