Here are some contents for those who are new to mobile ethnography and would like to get some help or inspiration on how to get started with ExperienceFellow.
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ExperienceFellow – developed for professional and scholarly research based on extensive academic research. ExperienceFellow is the result of extensive academic research. In fact, Marc (one of our co-founders) is doing his PhD on the topic of mobile ethnography – the underlying approach of ExperienceFellow. Here's a selection of articles on mobile ethnography or on research that uses mobile ethnography. If you've published some research using ExperienceFellow (or myServiceFellow as it was called 2008-2014) or you find some interesting papers on this, send us an email with the reference and link to email@example.com
Bosio, B., & Prunthaller, S. (2018). Mobile Ethnography as an Innovative Tool for Customer Experience Research in Tourism - A Case of the Tourism Destination Upper Austria. ARA Journal of Tourism Research, 8(2), 7-24. -link-
Bosio, B., Rainer, K., & Stickdorn, M. (2017). Customer Experience Research with Mobile Ethnography: A Case Study of the Alpine Destination Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. In: Belk, R. W. (ed.) Qualitative Consumer Research (Review of Marketing Research), Vol. 14. Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 111 - 137. -link-
Stickdorn, M., Frischhut, B. & Schmid, J. (2014). Mobile ethnography – a pioneering research approach for customer-centred destination management, Tourism Analysis., 491-504. -link-
Dimanche, F. (2014). Experiencefellow: Une application pour améliorer le design des services touristiques (Experiencefellow: An application to improve service design in tourism). Revue Espaces, 321, 61-65. -link-
Spangenberg, T. (2014). Development of a mobile toolkit to support research on human mobility behavior using GPS trajectories. Information Technology & Tourism. Online. -link-
Segelström, F. & Holmlid, S. (2014). Ethnography by design: On goals and mediating artefacts. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, published online: 1 December 2014, DOI: 10.1177/1474022214560159. -link-
Stickdorn, M. (2013). Mobile Ethnography – Towards a more user-centred and processual ethnographic research method to analyse customer experience, European Academy of Management (EURAM) Doctoral Consortium. (Best Paper Award) -link-
Stickdorn, M. & Frischhut, B. (2012). Case studies of Applied Research Projects on Mobile Ethnography for Tourism Destinations. Norderstedt: Books on Demand. -link-
Muskat, M., Muskat, B., Zehrer, A., Johns, R. (2013). Generation Y: evaluating services experiences through mobile ethnography. Tourism Review, 68(3), 56-71. -link-
Brown, S. & Hutton, A. (2013). Developments in the real‐time evaluation of audience behaviour at planned events. International Journal of Event and Festival Management, Vol. 4 Iss: 1, 43 - 55. -link-
Karahasanović, A. & Følstad, A. (2013). Modelling User Behaviour and Experience – The R2D2 Networks Approach.
Design, User Experience, and Usability. Design Philosophy, Methods, and Tools, Second International Conference, DUXU 2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Volume 8012, 2013, 506-515. -link-
Bugeaud, F., Pietyra, P., Liger, V. (2013). From Service Design to Innovation through Services: Emergence of a Methodological and Systemic Framework. Collaborative Systems for Reindustrialization, IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology Volume 408, 431-438. -link-
Stickdorn, M., Frischhut, B. & Schmid, J. (2012). Mobile ethnography as a pioneering research approach for customer-centred destination management in European tourism. Travel and Tourism Research Association Annual Conference 2012 - Digital Conference Proceedings. (Best Paper Award)
Frischhut, B., Stickdorn, M., Zehrer, A. (2012). Mobile Ethnography as a new research tool for customer-driven destination management – A case study of applied service design in St. Anton/Austria. CAUTHE 2012 Book of Proceedings – The new golden age of tourism and hospitality, Book 2. Melbourne: CAUTHE, pp.160-166. -link-
Segelström, F. & Holmlid, S. (2012). One Case, Three Ethnographic Styles: Exploring different ethnographic approaches to the same broad brief. EPIC 2012, Ethnographic Praxis in Industries Conference: p. 48–62. Savannah, GA, USA. -link-
Brown, S. & Gunnervall, A. (2012). An event design body of knowledge research framework. Australian Event Symposium 2012, Academic Paper Proceedings. Online. -link-
Lewis, A. & Simmons, M. (2012). P2P Carsharing Service Design: Informing User Experience Development. Thesis, School of Engineering, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Karlskrona, Sweden. Online. -link-
Melles, G. (2012). Smartphone Ethnography/Ethnomethodology for Design. OzCHI 2012 conference proceeding. Online. -link-
Dimanche, F. (2011). Marketing Tourism Services – Towards the Application of Service Design Thinking, ATMC 2011, online. -link-
Stickdorn, M. & Schneider, J. (2010). This is Service Design Thinking. Amsterdam: BIS Publishers. -link-
Stickdorn, M., & Zehrer, A. (2010). „Service Design for tourism SMEs – The concept of service design and its application on the Alpine Zoo in Innsbruck, Austria“. ServDes – Conference for Service Design and Innovation, online: http://www.servdes.org/pdf/stickdorn-zehrer.pdf. -link-
Stickdorn, M., & Zehrer, A. (2010). Mobile ethnography: How service design aids the tourism industry to cope with the behavioral change of social media. Touchpoint – The Journal of Service Design, 2(1), pp. 82-85. -link-
Stickdorn, M., Grabmueller, A., Zehrer, A., & Siller, H. (2010). Service Design im Tourismus – Die Erfassung der touristischen Kontaktpunktkette durch mobile Ethnographie. 4. Forschungsforum der österreichischen Fachhochschulen. Pinkafeld: FFH, pp. 204-209.
Stickdorn, M., Zehrer, A. (2009): “Service Design in Tourism – Customer Experience Driven Destination Management”, Proceedings of the First Nordic Conference on Service Design and Service Innovation, online: www.aho.no/servicedesign09. -link-
Stickdorn, M., Schneider, J. (2009): “myServiceFellow: gaining genuine customer insights”, Proceedings of the First Nordic Conference on Service Design and Service Innovation, online: www.aho.no/servicedesign09. -link-