Monthly Archives: May 2013

What are the new design agenda?

At the moment there is a conference on the new design agendas in Copenhagen – presented by Nille Juul Sørensen, leader of Danish Design Centre. Please have a look as this is quite interesting…

What are the new design agenda?

At the moment there is a conference on the new design agendas in Copenhagen – presented by Nille Juul Sørensen, leader of Danish Design Centre. Please have a look as this is quite interesting…

Design Policy – why and how

“Recent government initiatives and the efforts of key people in industry and education have raised the profile of design and it’s importance to industry. These initiatives have led to an increasing number of companies seeking to adopt and implement a

Design Policy – why and how

“Recent government initiatives and the efforts of key people in industry and education have raised the profile of design and it’s importance to industry. These initiatives have led to an increasing number of companies seeking to adopt and implement a

Grandeur of Design Management

Brigitte Borja de Mozota is a grandeur of design management and have put her long time experience in several writings. She started as a buyer in the Department Store chain “Au Printemps” and as an entrepreneur for an import company specialized

Grandeur of Design Management

Brigitte Borja de Mozota is a grandeur of design management and have put her long time experience in several writings. She started as a buyer in the Department Store chain “Au Printemps” and as an entrepreneur for an import company specialized

Organizing Empathic Design

  Yip – concluded from my Master Thesis in Design Mangement, with the help from a case study of my Masters project in the UK, designing a rehabilitation aid for post stroke hemiplegic patients, graduating MA Design; Health and Wellbeing in

Organizing Empathic Design

  Yip – concluded from my Master Thesis in Design Mangement, with the help from a case study of my Masters project in the UK, designing a rehabilitation aid for post stroke hemiplegic patients, graduating MA Design; Health and Wellbeing in

Mapping Methods

– for design and strategy Authored by Robert A. Curedale  “Mapping methods are used by teams to develop strategy to assist a wide variety of activities. Mapping methods are particularly useful for: Make informed design decisions Identify areas of opportunity

Mapping Methods

– for design and strategy Authored by Robert A. Curedale  “Mapping methods are used by teams to develop strategy to assist a wide variety of activities. Mapping methods are particularly useful for: Make informed design decisions Identify areas of opportunity

Mapping case study material used for Master Thesis in Design Management

Summarizing the process and shortcomings of the UK project connects the gap between the practical design principles with the managerial issues when designing a rehabilitation aid for post stroke hemiplegic patients. Therefore I create four new dimensions to the journey

Mapping case study material used for Master Thesis in Design Management

Summarizing the process and shortcomings of the UK project connects the gap between the practical design principles with the managerial issues when designing a rehabilitation aid for post stroke hemiplegic patients. Therefore I create four new dimensions to the journey

The Power of Making

Uhhhh – just remembered the brilliant and very beautiful exhibition “The Power of Making” held at the V&A London a year and a half ago. Did you see it? Or else, please have a look into Daniel Charny’s edition of

The Power of Making

Uhhhh – just remembered the brilliant and very beautiful exhibition “The Power of Making” held at the V&A London a year and a half ago. Did you see it? Or else, please have a look into Daniel Charny’s edition of

An experimental way of thinking

Why  sketching? As an active way of thinking, the method of sketching becomes a tool, for illustrating new insight. From hand anatomy issues regarding rehabilitation to prototyping tactile stimulation, the sketching functions as a way to carry out research with

An experimental way of thinking

Why  sketching? As an active way of thinking, the method of sketching becomes a tool, for illustrating new insight. From hand anatomy issues regarding rehabilitation to prototyping tactile stimulation, the sketching functions as a way to carry out research with