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

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

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

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,

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

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

Is wearables the future of everything?

To Joanna Berzowska her work through the last 15 years with wearables and smart-textiles is fusing the possibilities of textiles and technology. In her TEDxTalk from 15th of February she shares her thoughts on the future. This opens great potentials

Is wearables the future of everything?

To Joanna Berzowska her work through the last 15 years with wearables and smart-textiles is fusing the possibilities of textiles and technology. In her TEDxTalk from 15th of February she shares her thoughts on the future. This opens great potentials