Why Do We Carry Mobile Phones? Told By A Cultural Anthropologist

Why Do We Carry Mobile Phones? Told By A Cultural Anthropologist

I’m fascinated with how this need for our phones was created which probably explains why I adore the work of Jan Chipchase.

Chipchase works for Nokia as a cultural anthropologist of mobile phones. He studies the way people use cell phones all over the world. Read more to see how he explains why we carry phones and suggests ways we can use this knowledge in the design of future products, applications and services.


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