Posts Tagged: Design

Fashionable Technology – Computational Fashion

Got off to speed with the book “Textile Messages” today, from 2013 edited by Leah Buechley, Kulie Peppler, Michael Eisenberg and Yasmin Kafai. A great body of work or as the titel says “Dispatches From the World of E-textiles and

Fashionable Technology – Computational Fashion

Got off to speed with the book “Textile Messages” today, from 2013 edited by Leah Buechley, Kulie Peppler, Michael Eisenberg and Yasmin Kafai. A great body of work or as the titel says “Dispatches From the World of E-textiles and

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

Happiness is wh…

Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony. Mahatma Ghandi. Want more? Go the the Happiness machine and browse…

Happiness is wh…

Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony. Mahatma Ghandi. Want more? Go the the Happiness machine and browse…

Why design in healthcare? A practitioner tells his thought of how to rethink healthcare

Three years ago I was given an opportunity. I could stay in DK and study Design Management, which I was very passionate about – or I could go to London and specialize in Design: Health & Wellbeing at Kingston University.

Why design in healthcare? A practitioner tells his thought of how to rethink healthcare

Three years ago I was given an opportunity. I could stay in DK and study Design Management, which I was very passionate about – or I could go to London and specialize in Design: Health & Wellbeing at Kingston University.

Why bodies and relations matters – Kate Hartman

This video is Kate Hartmans TED talk from 2011. Kate is an artist, technologist and educator. She creates wearables while putting up interesting questions regarding the physical spaces around us. She asks how can we relate with our surroundings in

Why bodies and relations matters – Kate Hartman

This video is Kate Hartmans TED talk from 2011. Kate is an artist, technologist and educator. She creates wearables while putting up interesting questions regarding the physical spaces around us. She asks how can we relate with our surroundings in

Copenhagen Health Startup

1-3 of November this interesting concept sees the light of the day. At the Danish Design Centre the event will take place – to share ideas, create new ones and build new relationships among designers, health professionals, technologists and entrepreneurs. Everyone

Copenhagen Health Startup

1-3 of November this interesting concept sees the light of the day. At the Danish Design Centre the event will take place – to share ideas, create new ones and build new relationships among designers, health professionals, technologists and entrepreneurs. Everyone

Admiration/inspiration B13

The Biennale for Craft and Design 2013 Denmark, is exhibited from the 29th of June to the 18th of August, in Rundetaarn Copenhagen. “B13 is the ninth Biennale but the first to be produced by the Danish Arts and Crafts

Admiration/inspiration B13

The Biennale for Craft and Design 2013 Denmark, is exhibited from the 29th of June to the 18th of August, in Rundetaarn Copenhagen. “B13 is the ninth Biennale but the first to be produced by the Danish Arts and Crafts

Picking up on emotions?

This interesting article “Empathy without boundaries” frames the troubles around people with dementia and Alzheimer’s among their cares and relatives, from New York Times. Could design prove to any of these conflicts? I would say; indeed!

Picking up on emotions?

This interesting article “Empathy without boundaries” frames the troubles around people with dementia and Alzheimer’s among their cares and relatives, from New York Times. Could design prove to any of these conflicts? I would say; indeed!

DesignSummerCamp

I’ll be teaching at this great set-up: DesignSummerCamp, to start today – facilitating Design for 50 children and young people for a week of design, idea generation and turning ideas into sketches and models. They will work with sketching, material

DesignSummerCamp

I’ll be teaching at this great set-up: DesignSummerCamp, to start today – facilitating Design for 50 children and young people for a week of design, idea generation and turning ideas into sketches and models. They will work with sketching, material