Posts Tagged: Design Management

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

Visual statement

   The visual diagram shows how my master Thesis adds insight into the research of design management, questioning How can design research be useful in establishing design criteria for rehabilitation aids for hemiplegic patients?

Visual statement

   The visual diagram shows how my master Thesis adds insight into the research of design management, questioning How can design research be useful in establishing design criteria for rehabilitation aids for hemiplegic patients?

Subjective factors

Koskinen, Battarbee and Mattelmäki (2003) has edited this great piece of work, which I spend much time reflecting on these days regarding my Thesis in Design Management, covering managerial disciplines of practicing design with an empathic approach… They say: “To make

Subjective factors

Koskinen, Battarbee and Mattelmäki (2003) has edited this great piece of work, which I spend much time reflecting on these days regarding my Thesis in Design Management, covering managerial disciplines of practicing design with an empathic approach… They say: “To make

‘Design is a ma…

‘Design is a man’s first step towards the mastering of his environment.’ John Luckman explaining an approach to the management of design in Nigel Cross’ edition of Developments in Design Methodology from 1984

‘Design is a ma…

‘Design is a man’s first step towards the mastering of his environment.’ John Luckman explaining an approach to the management of design in Nigel Cross’ edition of Developments in Design Methodology from 1984

A tool for practicing business+design thinking methods

A favorite among mine, is the book ‘Designing for growth’ by Leidtka and Ogilvie from 2011. The way they present the differences between designers and business managers is not only humorous, easy to understand – cause of their beautiful visualization

A tool for practicing business+design thinking methods

A favorite among mine, is the book ‘Designing for growth’ by Leidtka and Ogilvie from 2011. The way they present the differences between designers and business managers is not only humorous, easy to understand – cause of their beautiful visualization

Researching for the Master Thesis – ‘Challenges’ in Stroke

The research for the Master Thesis in Design Management starts defining challenges in Co-creation if the user is a stroke patient. Setting the scene – territories for stroke patients is visualized, while discovering challenges in the many difficulties that affects

Researching for the Master Thesis – ‘Challenges’ in Stroke

The research for the Master Thesis in Design Management starts defining challenges in Co-creation if the user is a stroke patient. Setting the scene – territories for stroke patients is visualized, while discovering challenges in the many difficulties that affects

Interesting article on; Faces of Product Pleasure

Reading the article ‘Faces of Product Pleasure: 25 positive Emotions in Human-Product Interactions’ “In the field of Ergonomics, positive emotions have been demonstrated to have additional beneficial effects during product usage. In other words, products that evoke positive emotions are

Interesting article on; Faces of Product Pleasure

Reading the article ‘Faces of Product Pleasure: 25 positive Emotions in Human-Product Interactions’ “In the field of Ergonomics, positive emotions have been demonstrated to have additional beneficial effects during product usage. In other words, products that evoke positive emotions are