Posts Tagged: The Empathic Design approach

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

An experimental way of thinking

Why  sketching? As an active way of thinking, the method of sketching becomes a tool, for illustrating new insight. From hand anatomy issues regarding rehabilitation to prototyping tactile stimulation, the sketching functions as a way to carry out research with

An experimental way of thinking

Why  sketching? As an active way of thinking, the method of sketching becomes a tool, for illustrating new insight. From hand anatomy issues regarding rehabilitation to prototyping tactile stimulation, the sketching functions as a way to carry out research with

The origin of the Empathic Design approach

As a part of my Thesis in Design Management, were I question ‘How can design research be useful in establishing design criteria for rehabilitation aids for hemiplegic patients?‘, the term Empathic Design has great influence. But where do the term

The origin of the Empathic Design approach

As a part of my Thesis in Design Management, were I question ‘How can design research be useful in establishing design criteria for rehabilitation aids for hemiplegic patients?‘, the term Empathic Design has great influence. But where do the term