Virtues of Accessory Design

A five week teaching course in Welfare Design together with the bright accessory design students at BA 3rd Year at Designschool Kolding and Sahva, a Danish Orthosis and prosthetic company, just ended. At the final presentation by the students Sahva

Virtues of Accessory Design

A five week teaching course in Welfare Design together with the bright accessory design students at BA 3rd Year at Designschool Kolding and Sahva, a Danish Orthosis and prosthetic company, just ended. At the final presentation by the students Sahva

Inspiring Autumn ahead!

In October and November some very interesting people are visiting Design School Kolding, where I do my PhD research. As part of my studies, I observe the design practices of other designers, to gain new knowledge of how to design

Inspiring Autumn ahead!

In October and November some very interesting people are visiting Design School Kolding, where I do my PhD research. As part of my studies, I observe the design practices of other designers, to gain new knowledge of how to design

Article accepted in International Journal of Design about wearables and accessory design.

Super exited to review the special issue of International Journal of Design on Wearable and Fashionable Interactions with the call: Technology and fashion are currently undergoing a unique convergence. This is perhaps most evident in the growing attempts at fashion-oriented

Article accepted in International Journal of Design about wearables and accessory design.

Super exited to review the special issue of International Journal of Design on Wearable and Fashionable Interactions with the call: Technology and fashion are currently undergoing a unique convergence. This is perhaps most evident in the growing attempts at fashion-oriented

Testing a design approach for wearables assisting autistic adults

Some time ago I was involved in a project together with Vejle Municipality in Denmark and the Design School Koldings Lab for Social Inclusion. We worked with staff from Spurvetoften in Brejning – an accommodation facility for 37 adults with autism

Testing a design approach for wearables assisting autistic adults

Some time ago I was involved in a project together with Vejle Municipality in Denmark and the Design School Koldings Lab for Social Inclusion. We worked with staff from Spurvetoften in Brejning – an accommodation facility for 37 adults with autism

“Intimacy in Accessories” paper presented in Hong Kong at Cumulus 2016

Due to my pregnancy I was not allowed to board a plane to go to Hong Kong myself, to present my first research paper “Intimacy in Accessories” at the Cumulus conference “Open Design for E-very-Thing”. Therefore I teamed up with

“Intimacy in Accessories” paper presented in Hong Kong at Cumulus 2016

Due to my pregnancy I was not allowed to board a plane to go to Hong Kong myself, to present my first research paper “Intimacy in Accessories” at the Cumulus conference “Open Design for E-very-Thing”. Therefore I teamed up with

Poetic Documentary on Dementia and Old Age

On December the 1st CoreAct will come to Mungo Park Theatre in Kolding, Denmark to perform their poetic documentary on dementia and old age. The documentary is part of CoreActs many visits to nursing homes in Denmark, where they have

Poetic Documentary on Dementia and Old Age

On December the 1st CoreAct will come to Mungo Park Theatre in Kolding, Denmark to perform their poetic documentary on dementia and old age. The documentary is part of CoreActs many visits to nursing homes in Denmark, where they have

Hosting two state-of-the-art researchers

Next week my second design experiment will start of with hosting these two amazing women: Jayne Wallace and Sarah Kettley. The design experiment will frame the research question: “How to design a medical device to be a personal object?” The experiment is

Hosting two state-of-the-art researchers

Next week my second design experiment will start of with hosting these two amazing women: Jayne Wallace and Sarah Kettley. The design experiment will frame the research question: “How to design a medical device to be a personal object?” The experiment is