Design4Health two papers accepted

These days I am preparing for my attendance at the Design4Health conference in Sheffield.  At the Design4Living Lab at Sheffield-Hallam University the conference and community have been established since 2011 – to host the fifth annual conference in September. This

Design4Health two papers accepted

These days I am preparing for my attendance at the Design4Health conference in Sheffield.  At the Design4Living Lab at Sheffield-Hallam University the conference and community have been established since 2011 – to host the fifth annual conference in September. This

Live at CHI 2018 in Montreal – Presenting The Accessory Approach

See my presentation and slides from the session “Real World Settings” 24th of April 2018. Comments or questions – please let me know!

Live at CHI 2018 in Montreal – Presenting The Accessory Approach

See my presentation and slides from the session “Real World Settings” 24th of April 2018. Comments or questions – please let me know!

Significant wearable health design

If you are interested in the  discourse of design that meet the needs of persons with different physical, cognitive and sensory abilities, take a look at the “Access+Ability” collection exhibited at the Cooper Hewitt design museum in New York, until September 2018.

Significant wearable health design

If you are interested in the  discourse of design that meet the needs of persons with different physical, cognitive and sensory abilities, take a look at the “Access+Ability” collection exhibited at the Cooper Hewitt design museum in New York, until September 2018.

Danish Design Award 2018 nominees with social focus

Today Danish Design Award nominated its finalists for 2018. The Award is a great example of how to celebrate the difference design can make, and what projects and areas designers are working on right now. Of course, I am mostly interested

Danish Design Award 2018 nominees with social focus

Today Danish Design Award nominated its finalists for 2018. The Award is a great example of how to celebrate the difference design can make, and what projects and areas designers are working on right now. Of course, I am mostly interested

Chi [kai] here I come

In April Ill go to Montreal to present my latest research paper “Presenting The Accessory Approach: A Start-up’s Journey Towards Designing An Engaging Fall Detection Device” at the CHI2018 conference – The long titel should explain in itself what the

Chi [kai] here I come

In April Ill go to Montreal to present my latest research paper “Presenting The Accessory Approach: A Start-up’s Journey Towards Designing An Engaging Fall Detection Device” at the CHI2018 conference – The long titel should explain in itself what the

A conversation I would like to join

I am planning a trip to New York in February, since I need to visit the Cooper Hewitt design museum and their exhibition “Access+Ability”. New York Times wrote about the essence of why this exhibition is on right now, at

A conversation I would like to join

I am planning a trip to New York in February, since I need to visit the Cooper Hewitt design museum and their exhibition “Access+Ability”. New York Times wrote about the essence of why this exhibition is on right now, at

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