Posts Tagged: Experience-based problem solving

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

‘What I hear I …

‘What I hear I forget. What I see, I remember. What I do, I understand.’ Lao Tse, Chinese philosopher – the definition of Experience Design!

‘What I hear I …

‘What I hear I forget. What I see, I remember. What I do, I understand.’ Lao Tse, Chinese philosopher – the definition of Experience Design!

How to understand Hemiplegia – Experience based problem solving

How to understand Hemiplegia - Experience based problem solving

To understand the lack of ability to open a hand, after a stroke, called Hemiplegia, a glove is designed.

Wearing the glove makes you less flexible in your hand and unable to control your hand and fingers. Testing the glove, experiencing Hemiplegia, without opening your fist, forces the hand into hand spasms.

How to understand Hemiplegia – Experience based problem solving

How to understand Hemiplegia - Experience based problem solving

To understand the lack of ability to open a hand, after a stroke, called Hemiplegia, a glove is designed.

Wearing the glove makes you less flexible in your hand and unable to control your hand and fingers. Testing the glove, experiencing Hemiplegia, without opening your fist, forces the hand into hand spasms.

MA Design; Health & Well-being

With a background in Fashion & Textile Design, Møller is a designer who investigates and responds through materials, working closely with individuals, patients and staff.  She uses an emotional and experience-based problem solving approach designing for people with special needs.

MA Design; Health & Well-being

With a background in Fashion & Textile Design, Møller is a designer who investigates and responds through materials, working closely with individuals, patients and staff.  She uses an emotional and experience-based problem solving approach designing for people with special needs.