Posts Tagged: Design Research

Design Research

A quite broad term “Design Research”. I stumbled it at my first semester, studying Design Management at Southern University of Denmark and Design School Kolding. I was quite fascinated of combining a practical with an academic approach, and this new

Design Research

A quite broad term “Design Research”. I stumbled it at my first semester, studying Design Management at Southern University of Denmark and Design School Kolding. I was quite fascinated of combining a practical with an academic approach, and this new

Looking for PhD project partners

In May 2014 I sent a PhD project application to the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science in collaboration with Design School Kolding and The Region of Southern Denmark. This week I got the reply from the Ministry – a refusal. So

Looking for PhD project partners

In May 2014 I sent a PhD project application to the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science in collaboration with Design School Kolding and The Region of Southern Denmark. This week I got the reply from the Ministry – a refusal. So

‘Design for Harmonies’

International Conference on Engineering Design 2013. A conference hosted by the Design Society and organised by the Creative Design Institute, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Korea invites speakers to do talks on ‘Design for Harmonies’ including exchange of experiences and ideas, especially participants

‘Design for Harmonies’

International Conference on Engineering Design 2013. A conference hosted by the Design Society and organised by the Creative Design Institute, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Korea invites speakers to do talks on ‘Design for Harmonies’ including exchange of experiences and ideas, especially participants

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?

Sanders landscape (Adapted from Sanders 2008)

The dotted line shows the Empathy of Happy Help – A design and research led approach, both seeing the user as a partner and subject for designing rehabilitation aids for post stroke hemiplegic patients.

Sanders landscape (Adapted from Sanders 2008)

The dotted line shows the Empathy of Happy Help – A design and research led approach, both seeing the user as a partner and subject for designing rehabilitation aids for post stroke hemiplegic patients.

What is Empathic Design? Please have a look

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDDWvj_q-o8&feature=youtu.be  This amazing video tell us why Empathic Design is a need in the context for health and wellbeing. Recently I have started researcing the design discourse of Emapthic Design and what a journey! Starting with Human factors and Ergonomics

What is Empathic Design? Please have a look

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDDWvj_q-o8&feature=youtu.be  This amazing video tell us why Empathic Design is a need in the context for health and wellbeing. Recently I have started researcing the design discourse of Emapthic Design and what a journey! Starting with Human factors and Ergonomics