Research article accepted

These days I am located in Skive, Denmark at Krabbeshom – a pre-course for art, design and architecture students. I am writing a journal article, which has just been accepted for the Material Design Journal. After my visit to Coloplast

Research article accepted

These days I am located in Skive, Denmark at Krabbeshom – a pre-course for art, design and architecture students. I am writing a journal article, which has just been accepted for the Material Design Journal. After my visit to Coloplast

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Care Tech, Wearable Tech, Wearable Health Technology – You name it!

I am still working around the terminologies of these words, Care Tech, Wearable Tech, Wearable Health Technology – and in good sense as information about these terms is increasing. Several companies tries to take part and get a share of

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Care Tech, Wearable Tech, Wearable Health Technology – You name it!

I am still working around the terminologies of these words, Care Tech, Wearable Tech, Wearable Health Technology – and in good sense as information about these terms is increasing. Several companies tries to take part and get a share of

Living Design Lab

In Kolding – a city of Southern Denmark the vision is clear:  “We design for life!” That is a quite unique and promising ambition, cause it places the need of its citizens at the core of the organisations mission. Thats what

Living Design Lab

In Kolding – a city of Southern Denmark the vision is clear:  “We design for life!” That is a quite unique and promising ambition, cause it places the need of its citizens at the core of the organisations mission. Thats what

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Testing wearable health technology

After some time, back home in DK – I am still synthesising the input I gained at Nottingham Trent University in the UK. I followed Sarah Kettley, for a two months Erasmus Traineeship at the University’s research Department and the

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Testing wearable health technology

After some time, back home in DK – I am still synthesising the input I gained at Nottingham Trent University in the UK. I followed Sarah Kettley, for a two months Erasmus Traineeship at the University’s research Department and the

Building a research network

For the last seven weeks, I have been living in England. As part of my PhD project, I did an Erasmus Traineeship at Nottingham Trent University – School of Art and Design, and last week I payed a visit to Northumbria University,

Building a research network

For the last seven weeks, I have been living in England. As part of my PhD project, I did an Erasmus Traineeship at Nottingham Trent University – School of Art and Design, and last week I payed a visit to Northumbria University,

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Accessory Approach

An ‘Accessory approach’ is a term that started occurring in the last five months of my PhD work. The term is included in my latest reflections for a paper that will be submitted on the 16th of April to the International Symposium

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Accessory Approach

An ‘Accessory approach’ is a term that started occurring in the last five months of my PhD work. The term is included in my latest reflections for a paper that will be submitted on the 16th of April to the International Symposium

Designing Wearables for Autistic Adults

The images are from my latest collaboration with Spurvetoften, a home for 37 autistic adults in Brejning, Denmark. The collaboration is part of my PhD project at Design School Kolding. Together with staff from Spurvetoften I presented my idea of

Designing Wearables for Autistic Adults

The images are from my latest collaboration with Spurvetoften, a home for 37 autistic adults in Brejning, Denmark. The collaboration is part of my PhD project at Design School Kolding. Together with staff from Spurvetoften I presented my idea of