An open canvas inviting comments about an environment or system in the context of use
• Large-format paper is temporarily adhered to a wall, with markers readily available for posting open-ended comments.
• The paper may be blank, or a guiding question may be posed to maintain a particular theme.
• The method is useful in environments or situations where it is challenging to collect information through traditional methods such as interview or observation.
• Photos of each graffiti wall should be taken at daily intervals, as the paper may deteriorate or be removed.
• The graffiti wall can be analyzed as a research artifact, for inspiration, comparison, consolidation with walls collected from other locations, and content analysis. ...