Parallel Sessions
 

Complete list of contributions. You can find below both papers, workshops and posters.

day 1
wednesday 12.4.2017

ROOM 1 (day 1)

11:00-12:00ECO.1.1

WHY DO I LOVE YOU VAATELAINAAMO? Analysis of motivations, barriers and opportunities in a Finnish service for sharing clothes

Rosana Vasques, Mikko Koria, Maria Cecilia Loschiavo


ROOM 1 (day 1)

11:00-12:00ECO.1.1

Service design as the ground for alternative social and economic scenarios

Maria Antonietta Sbordone, Nicola Morelli


ROOM 1 (day 1)

11:00-12:00ECO.1.1

Service Design as a Cultural Intermediary - Translating cultural phenomena into services

Claire Dennington


ROOM 1 (day 1)

14:15-15:35ECO.1.2

Involving stakeholders during service implementation: a case for a visual language

Tim Overkamp, Freya Ruijs


ROOM 1 (day 1)

14:15-15:35ECO.1.2

BEYOND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION. SUPPORTING ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE THROUGH SERVICE DESIGN. A CASE STUDY IN THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY

Ion Iriarte, Alazne Alberdi, Elisabeth Urrutia, Daniel Justel


ROOM 1 (day 1)

14:15-15:35ECO.1.2

Design and Academic Entrepreneurship. The Role of Design in Spin-off Processes

Anna Sinell, Franziska Brodack, Sebastian Denef


ROOM 1 (day 1)

14:15-15:35EDU.1.2

Infusing management education with design to foster resilience, adaptability and flexibility

Noemi Maria Sadowska, Lorna Dallas-Conte


ROOM 1 (day 1)

15:45-16:45ECO.1.3

Rethinking the Fashion Collection as a Design Strategic Tool in a Circular Economy

Ulla Ræbild, Anne Louise Bang


ROOM 1 (day 1)

15:45-16:45ECO.1.3

Universities’ experience with branding. The role of design in managing university communication and branding.

Veronica Dal Buono, Fulvio Fortezza


ROOM 1 (day 1)

15:45-16:45ECO.1.3

Design for the Next (Circular) Economy

Michael Georg Leube, Dominik Walcher


ROOM 2 (day 1)

11:00-12:00IND.1.1

Emotional service experience toolkit for servitization

Miia Elina Lammi


ROOM 2 (day 1)

11:00-12:00IND.1.1

Next generation of tools for industry to evaluate the user emotional perception: the biometric-based multimethod tools

Ganix Lasa, Daniel Justel, Itsaso Gonzalez, Ion Iriarte, Ester Val


ROOM 2 (day 1)

11:00-12:00IND.1.1

INDUSTRY 4.0, INNOVATION AND DESIGN. A NEW APPROACH FOR ERGONOMIC ANALYSIS IN MANUFACTURING SYSTEM

ELENA LAUDANTE


ROOM 2 (day 1)

14:15-15:35IND.1.2

Service Design Opportunities through Digital Transformation in Manufacturing Industry: Investigating Antecedents for Success

Deniz Sayar, Özlem Er


ROOM 2 (day 1)

14:15-15:35IND.1.2

Design for Next Connected Appliances

Eleonora Fiore, Paolo Tamborrini, Silvia Barbero


ROOM 2 (day 1)

14:15-15:35IND.1.2

A Design perspective for IoT products. A case study of the Design of a Smart Product and a Smart Company following a crowdfunding campaign.

Venanzio Arquilla, Umberto Tolino, Ilaria Vitali


ROOM 2 (day 1)

14:15-15:35IND.1.2

Why the Internet of Things Needs Object Orientated Ontology

Joseph Lindley, Paul Coulton, Rachel Cooper


ROOM 2 (day 1)

15:45-16:45IND.1.3

The paradox of "tailored shoe" in the contemporary digital manufacturing systems

annalisa di roma


ROOM 2 (day 1)

15:45-16:45IND.1.3

New visions on Knitwear design. How the traditional craft methodologies are evolving into fashion international scenarios.

Martina Motta, Giovanni Maria Conti, Laura Affinito


ROOM 2 (day 1)

15:45-16:45IND.1.3

Designing Fast & Slow: exploring fashion textile lifecycle speeds with industry stakeholders

Rebecca Earley


ROOM 4 (day 1)

11:00-12:00HEA.1.1

SYSTEMIC DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABLE HEALTHCARE

Silvia Barbero, Agnese Pallaro


ROOM 4 (day 1)

11:00-12:00HEA.1.1

Discovering Service Variations through Service Prototyping

Vanessa Esperance Rodrigues, Stefan Holmlid


ROOM 4 (day 1)

11:00-12:00HEA.1.1

SAM - Simulation Airways Models

Elisabetta Cianfanelli, Lorenzo Corbetta, Maria Luisa Malpelo, Lorenzo Pelosini, Gabriele Goretti


ROOM 4 (day 1)

14:15-15:35HEA.1.2

The fuzzy front-end and the forgotten back-end: User involvement in later development phases

Frida Almqvist


ROOM 4 (day 1)

14:15-15:35HEA.1.2

Health Co-Creation in Social Innovation: Design Service for Health-Empowered Society in China

Liang Yin, Davide Fassi, Hang Cheng, Han Han, Shushu He


ROOM 4 (day 1)

14:15-15:35HEA.1.2

Informing hospital design through research on patient experience

Margo Annemans, Liesbeth Stam, Jorgos Coenen, Ann Heylighen


ROOM 4 (day 1)

14:15-15:35HEA.1.2

A Review on Future Directions in Hospital Spatial Designs with a Focus on Patient Experience

Abdusselam Selami Cifter, Muhsin Cifter


ROOM 4 (day 1)

15:45-16:45HEA.1.3

Systemic innovation in sustainable design of medical devices

Silvia Barbero, Amina Pereno, Paolo Tamborrini


ROOM 4 (day 1)

15:45-16:45HEA.1.3

Designing for Disability and the Development of New Opportunities for the Design Curriculum

Emma Gieben-Gamal, Sonia Matos


ROOM 4 (day 1)

15:45-16:45HEA.1.3

Persuasive Technology as key to increase Working Health Condition: The Case study of a Wearable System to prevent Respiratory Disease

Venere Ferraro, Mila Stepanovic, Silvia Ferraris


ROOM 5 (day 1)

11:00-12:00THI.1.1

Paradoxes in Design Thinking

Paul Anthony Rodgers, Giovanni Innella, Craig Bremner


ROOM 5 (day 1)

11:00-12:00THI.1.1

Vapourworlds and Design Fiction: The Role of Intentionality

Paul Coulton, Joseph Lindley


ROOM 5 (day 1)

11:00-12:00THI.1.1

Equality Analytics: Stories of Driverless Governance

Melika Alipour Leili, Winnie Tsai Chang, Corey Chao


ROOM 5 (day 1)

14:15-15:35THI.1.2

Designing for Violence

Stahl Stenslie


ROOM 5 (day 1)

14:15-15:35THI.1.2

Envisioning urban futures: from narratives to composites

Serena Pollastri, Christopher Boyko, Rachel Cooper, Nick Dunn, Stephen Clune, Claire Coulton


ROOM 5 (day 1)

14:15-15:35THI.1.2

THE FOUR LEVELS OF NARRATIVE: DESIGNING TO ENHANCE WELLBEING

Patrick William Jordan, Andy Bardill, Kate Herd, Silvia Grimaldi


ROOM 5 (day 1)

14:15-15:35THI.1.2

Empathy and Design. A new perspective

Alice Devecchi, Luca Guerrini


ROOM 5 (day 1)

15:45-16:45THI.1.3

Ubiquitous Design. Ethnographic glances toward syncretisms, polyphonies, meta-fetishisms

massimo canevacci


ROOM 5 (day 1)

15:45-16:45THI.1.3

Design Education at the Boundary

Robert Joseph Potts


ROOM 5 (day 1)

15:45-16:45THI.1.3

Implementation during design - Developing knowledge for service realisation before implementation

Tim Overkamp, Stefan Holmlid


ROOM 6 (day 1)

11:00-12:00AES.1.1

Network Time Where it Counts

Tom Schofield, Gabriella Arrigoni


ROOM 6 (day 1)

11:00-12:00AES.1.1

Aesthetics in Design Semiotics: Developing foundations to better comprehend cultural habits and codes in bottom-up design processes

Felipe Domingues, Salvatore Zingale, Dijon De Moraes


ROOM 6 (day 1)

11:00-12:00AES.1.1

Self-organized matter: design and primitive future of the eidetic categories

Fabrizio Gay, Irene Cazzaro


ROOM 6 (day 1)

14:15-15:35AES.1.2

A FRAMEWORK FOR PRODUCT DESIGN BASED ON SEMANTIC ATTRIBUTION PROCESS

Itsaso Gonzalez, Ester Val, Daniel Justel, Ion Iriarte


ROOM 6 (day 1)

14:15-15:35AES.1.2

Semiotics and Design: Towards an Aesthetics of the Artificial

Matthew Holt


ROOM 6 (day 1)

14:15-15:35AES.1.2

A Semiotic Rosetta Stone: Developing a Designer-centric Meta-language of Pragmatic Semiotics.

Dave Wood


ROOM 6 (day 1)

14:15-15:35AES.1.2

“Make it beautiful”. An old request with difficult academic answers.

Silvia Deborah Ferraris, Lucia Rampino, Venere Ferraro


ROOM 6 (day 1)

15:45-16:45AES.1.3

Aesthetics of futures: The impact of design in shaping shared visions of tomorrow

Manuela Celi, Elena Formia


ROOM 6 (day 1)

15:45-16:45AES.1.3

Returning the aesthetics to the heart of design process. On the conflict between social design and product beauty

Mario de Liguori


ROOM 6 (day 1)

15:45-16:45AES.1.3

Future Aesthetics of Technology; context specific theories from design and philosophy of technology.

Wouter Eggink, Jeroen Snippert


ROOM 12 (day 1)

11:00-12:00ENV.1.1

‘I Believe in That Version of the Future’. Cli-Fi and Design Fictions as Dialogical Frameworks for Expert Engagements

Lizette Reitsma, Stina Wessman, Elin Önnevall


ROOM 12 (day 1)

11:00-12:00ENV.1.1

Climate Change: Design Teaching for a New Reality

Paul Micklethwaite, Robert Knifton


ROOM 12 (day 1)

11:00-12:00ENV.1.1

Creating global citizens: A systems and design-led approach to transformative secondary education for sustainability

Nikolas Michael Winter-Simat, Natalie Wright, Jaz Choi


ROOM 12 (day 1)

14:15-15:35ENV.1.2

SPACE4INSPIRATION. SURVIVAL CONTAINER Exploring analogues: extreme environment in space can help to design countermeasures for natural disasters

ANNALISA DOMINONI, BENEDETTO QUAQUARO, SUE FAIRBURN


ROOM 12 (day 1)

14:15-15:35ENV.1.2

Resilient Design: Mitigating Trepidation About Environmental Disasters

Tonya Sweet, Catherine Caudwell


ROOM 12 (day 1)

14:15-15:35ENV.1.2

Design for social sustainability. A reflection on the role of the physical realm in facilitating community co-design.

Mirian Calvo, Annalinda De Rosa


ROOM 12 (day 1)

14:15-15:35ENV.1.2

Design for Leftovers. From Food Waste to Social Responsibility

Marco Bozzola, Doriana Dal Palù, Claudia De Giorgi


ROOM 12 (day 1)

15:45-16:45ENV.1.3

Designed Water: A City As A Spaceship (CAAS) Approach

Susan Fairburn, Susmita Mohanty, Barbara Imhof


ROOM 12 (day 1)

15:45-16:45ENV.1.3

Data Visualization Collection: how graphical representation can inspect and communicate sustainability through systemic design

Barbara Stabellini, Chiara Lorenza Remondino, Paolo Tamborrini


ROOM 12 (day 1)

15:45-16:45ENV.1.3

Circular Product Design - A Multiple Loops Life Cycle Design Approach for the Circular Economy

Ana Mestre, Tim Cooper


ROOM 13 (day 1)

11:00-12:00TEC.1.1

Interface and Data Biopolitics in the Age of Hyperconnectivity: Implications for Design

Salvatore Iaconesi


ROOM 13 (day 1)

11:00-12:00TEC.1.1

Effect of Digital Age on the Transmission of Cultural Values in Product Design

Betül Aybala Çakmakçıoğlu


ROOM 13 (day 1)

11:00-12:00TEC.1.1

A data-driven approach for understanding Open Design. Mapping social interactions in collaborative processes on GitHub

Massimo Menichinelli


ROOM 13 (day 1)

14:15-15:35TEC.1.2

‘The Robots are Coming!’: Perennial problems with technological progress

Paul Atkinson


ROOM 13 (day 1)

14:15-15:35TEC.1.2

Speculating the Possibilities for Remote Collaborative Design Research: The Experimentations of a Drawing Robot

Rebecca Tegtmeyer, Catherine Normoyle


ROOM 13 (day 1)

14:15-15:35TEC.1.2

Using Design Fiction to Inform Shape-Changing Interface Design and Use

Miriam Sturdee, Paul Coulton, Jason Alexander


ROOM 13 (day 1)

14:15-15:35TEC.1.2

Research through provocation: a structured prototyping tool using interaction attributes like time, space and information.

Jaime Rivera, Tom McTavish


ROOM 13 (day 1)

15:45-16:45TEC.1.3

DESIGNING THE “NEXT” SMART OBJECTS TOGETHER WITH CHILDREN

Secil Ugur Yavuz, Nitzan Cohen, Roberta Bonetti


ROOM 13 (day 1)

15:45-16:45TEC.1.3

From respect to change user behavior- Research on how to design next generation of smart home object from User Experience and Interaction Design

Yichen Wu, Margherita Pillan


ROOM 13 (day 1)

15:45-16:45TEC.1.3

Next Generation of Connected Devices in the era of Artificial Intelligence

Alexander Schurig, Colin George Thomas


ROOM 14 (day 1)

11:00-12:00TEC.1.4

Flying with data: Openness, forms and understanding.

Ian Gwilt, Nick Dulake


ROOM 14 (day 1)

11:00-12:00TEC.1.4

The 'reprogramming' of architects in meta-data era. The data-driven computation.

Georgios Vlachodimos


ROOM 14 (day 1)

11:00-12:00TEC.1.4

Beyond Agility - The Emergence of the Hybrid Design Practice

John Knight


ROOM 14 (day 1)

14:15-15:35ENV.1.4

Libraries of things as a new form of sharing. Pushing the Sharing Economy

Najine Ameli


ROOM 14 (day 1)

14:15-15:35ENV.1.4

Make the environment the (Next) Economy

Vanessa Monna


ROOM 14 (day 1)

14:15-15:35ENV.1.4

Design for Next... Year: the challenge of designing for material change

Benjamin Nathan Bridgens, Debra Lilley


ROOM 14 (day 1)

14:15-15:35ENV.1.4

The emerging aesthetic of Materials DiY Materials as triggers of new expressive-sensorial experiences.

Camilo Ayala, Valentina Rognoli


ROOM 14 (day 1)

15:45-16:45THI.1.4

Meaning, knowledge and artifacts, giving a voice to tacit knowledge.

Spyros Bofylatos, Thomas Spyrou


ROOM 14 (day 1)

15:45-16:45THI.1.4

Design in the Middle: A new approach to socio-political design in conflict areas

MERAV MALKA PEREZ, EZRI TARAZI


ROOM 14 (day 1)

15:45-16:45THI.1.4

Masters of Ceremonies. A Design Approach to Community-Filmmaking

Francesca Piredda, Elisa Bertolotti, Simona Venditti


ROOM 15 (day 1)

11:00-12:00EDU.1.1

Interrogating Futures in Industrial Design Education

Saliha Türkmenoğlu Berkan, Özlem Er, Wolfgang Jonas


ROOM 15 (day 1)

11:00-12:00EDU.1.1

Material Tinkering: an inspirational approach for experiential learning and envisioning in product design education.

Stefano Parisi, Valentina Rognoli, Marieke H. Sonneveld


ROOM 15 (day 1)

11:00-12:00EDU.1.1

A Future Scenario for a Methodological Approach applied to PhD Design Research: From Empirical Study to Analytical Model

Violeta Clemente, Katja Tschimmel, Fátima Pombo


ROOM 15 (day 1)

14:15-15:35EDU.1.2

Towards a University Design School - Restoring the Value of Tacit Knowledge through Assessment

Lynne Whelan, Carmel Maher, Colin Deevy


ROOM 15 (day 1)

14:15-15:35EDU.1.2

Semiotics in Design Education. Semiotics by design

Michela Deni, Salvatore Zingale


ROOM 15 (day 1)

14:15-15:35EDU.1.2

Reconstructing the critique – Using inclusive formative feedback in face-to-face and online communities of practice to improve knowledge acquisition in design education

Lucia Miceli, Lynette Zeeng


ROOM 15 (day 1)

14:15-15:35EDU.1.2

Designing Design Education: an articulated programme of collective open design activities.

Luisa Collina, Laura Galluzzo, Stefano Maffei, Vanessa Monna


ROOM 15 (day 1)

15:45-16:45EDU.1.3

Getting Creative Again. Awaking Your Inner Creative Self

Josiena Gotzsch


ROOM 15 (day 1)

15:45-16:45EDU.1.3

The design brief: inquiry into the starting point in a learning journey

Noemi Maria Sadowska, Dominic Laffy


ROOM 15 (day 1)

15:45-16:45EDU.1.3

A design-relevant mindfulness device

Fernando Rojas, Stuart English, Robert Young, Nicholas Spencer


ROOM 18 (day 1)

11:00-12:00SOC.1.1

The growth of Digital Social Innovation: an open source approach to support the innovation for the societal good

Serena Cangiano, Zoe Romano, Loglio Matteo


ROOM 18 (day 1)

11:00-12:00SOC.1.1

The Social Purpose of Design Activity

Wu Xuesong


ROOM 18 (day 1)

11:00-12:00SOC.1.1

Storytelling in design for social innovation and politics: a reading though the lenses of Hannah Arendt

Virginia Tassinari, Francesca Piredda, Elisa Bertolotti


ROOM 18 (day 1)

14:15-15:35SOC.1.2

Fab Labs: new hubs for socialization and innovation

annalisa di roma, vincenzo minenna, alessandra scarcelli


ROOM 18 (day 1)

14:15-15:35SOC.1.2

Engaged by Design: the Role of Emerging Collaborative Infrastructures for Social Development. Roma Makers as a Case Study

Alessandra Fasoli, Silvio Tassinari


ROOM 18 (day 1)

14:15-15:35SOC.1.2

Makers’ ambitions to do socially valuable things

Elisabeth Unterfrauner, Christian Voigt


ROOM 18 (day 1)

14:15-15:35SOC.1.2

Craft and Sustainability: Potential for Design Intervention in the Yangtze River Delta, China

Xiaofang Zhan, Stuart Walker, Ricardo J Hernandez, Martyn Evans


ROOM 18 (day 1)

15:45-16:45SOC.1.3

Places, Communities and Knowledge: You’ll be part of an upcoming exhibition

Alfredo Calosci


ROOM 18 (day 1)

15:45-16:45SOC.1.3

Information Design for supporting collaborative communities

María de los Ángeles Briones


ROOM 18 (day 1)

15:45-16:45SOC.1.3

Con(temporary) design for social innovation

Chiara Olivastri


ROOM 7 (day 1)

11:00-12:00WS.1.1

Designing housing brokerage for social innovation and sustainable urban livings through digital interfaces and experiential data

Thomas Watkin, Marie-Julie Catoir-Brisson, Alain Findeli, Michela Deni, Stéphane Vial


ROOM 7 (day 1)

14:15-15:35WS.1.2

Discussing about “Inclusion in Sharing-Based Services”: a design workshop using an analytic tool

Daniele Busciantella Ricci, Hua Dong, Alessandra Rinaldi, Francesca Tosi


ROOM 7 (day 1)

15:45-16:45WS.1.3

Workshop Working Title: Re-Framing the Political in Design

Bianca Herlo, Andreas Unteidig



day 2
thursday 13.4.2017

ROOM 1 (day 2)

09:30-10:30ECO.2.1

The choice of design. Applying creativity to a purpose.

Mariana Fonseca Braga


ROOM 1 (day 2)

09:30-10:30ECO.2.1

Design-driven innovation: making meaning for whom?

Heleen de Goey, Per Hilletofth, Lars Eriksson


ROOM 1 (day 2)

09:30-10:30ECO.2.1

Adding plus value to development aid projects through design strategy

Gwendolyn Kulick


ROOM 1 (day 2)

10:40-11:40ECO.2.2

New Design Thinking Tools for the Next Generation of Designer-Entrepreneurs

Sara Colombo, Cabirio Cautela, Lucia Rampino


ROOM 1 (day 2)

10:40-11:40ECO.2.2

Hacking the Organization: Organizational Transformation by Design

Hans Kaspar Hugentobler


ROOM 1 (day 2)

10:40-11:40ECO.2.2

Discussing a New Direction for Design Management through a New Design Management Audit Framework

Fulden Topaloğlu, Özlem Er


ROOM 1 (day 2)

14:15-15:35ECO.2.3

THE FUTURE OF DESIGN SUPPORT:What Can We Learn From Design Support Experience in the UK, Estonia and Turkey?

Melehat Nil Gulari, Ruth-Helene Melioranski, Özlem Er, Chris Fremantle


ROOM 1 (day 2)

14:15-15:35ECO.2.3

The Value of Design in Innovation: results from a survey within the UK Industry

Ricardo J Hernandez, Rachel Cooper, Bruce Tether, Emma Murphy


ROOM 1 (day 2)

14:15-15:35ECO.2.3

Materiality Matters: exploring the use of design tools in innovation workshops with the craft and creative sector in the Northern Isles of Scotland

Katherine Margaret Champion, Cara Broadley, Lynn-Sayers McHattie


ROOM 1 (day 2)

15:45-16:45ECO.2.4

The Value of Agile Methods in Designing for Behavioural Change: a Case Study on Improving Waiting Line Experience at a Large Airport

Dirk Ploos van Amstel, Martine Heemskerk, Reint Jan Renes, Sander Hermsen


ROOM 1 (day 2)

15:45-16:45ECO.2.4

DesignSeed: Design and design management in the incubation- and early-stage-start-up-phase of hi-tech companies

Acklin Claudia, Andres Wanner


ROOM 1 (day 2)

15:45-16:45ECO.2.4

Setting-up a Design Factory within a Creative Science Park@ ... Region

Teresa Franqueira, Cátia Pereira, Pinto Raúl, Gomes Gonçalo


ROOM 2 (day 2)

09:30-10:30IND.2.3

The role of design concepts in the development of digitalized industrial services

Janne Pekkala, Salu Ylirisku


ROOM 2 (day 2)

09:30-10:30IND.2.3

Industrie 4.0: Is It the Time for Interaction Design Craftsmanship?

Daniela Petrelli


ROOM 2 (day 2)

09:30-10:30IND.2.3

Digital Maker Networks: globally connected local manufacturing

Paul Christopher Smith-Moseley


ROOM 2 (day 2)

10:40-11:40IND.2.4

What does Product Design mean tomorrow: example Middle East

Andreas Sicklinger


ROOM 2 (day 2)

10:40-11:40IND.2.4

The understanding and use of design in the UK industry: reflecting on the future of design and designing in industry and beyond

Ricardo J Hernandez, Rachel Cooper, Jeyon Jung


ROOM 2 (day 2)

10:40-11:40IND.2.4

Networked production and outsourced design. A comparison of three case studies.

Silvia Gasparotto


ROOM 2 (day 2)

14:15-15:35IND.2.1

Participatory Design Approach: Fashion Design for Short Male Consumers

Osmud Rahman, Henry Navarro


ROOM 2 (day 2)

14:15-15:35IND.2.1

Strategic innovation tools enabling nautical stakeholders to shape a next level port

Garmt T Nieuwsma, Ingrid Mulder


ROOM 2 (day 2)

14:15-15:35IND.2.1

Design Absorption and Learning Processes: a study on designers’ perceptions about companies

Ivna Ravanello, Fabiane Wolff, Andrea Capra


ROOM 2 (day 2)

14:15-15:35IND.2.3

Design and the fourth industrial revolution

Tomás García Ferrari


ROOM 2 (day 2)

15:45-16:45IND.2.2

Changing roles. Role theoretical approach to customer involvement in industrial service development

Sanna Liisa Peltonen


ROOM 2 (day 2)

15:45-16:45IND.2.2

A Study of factors and relationship between team and creativity: A case study of integrated design company

Yueh Hsiu Giffen Cheng, Teng-Jung Wang


ROOM 2 (day 2)

15:45-16:45HEA.2.0

Defining industrial design in the highly regulated medical device development process

MaryBeth Privitera


ROOM 4 (day 2)

09:30-10:30HEA.2.1

A design facilitator's journey through the 'jungle of co' in healthcare

Remko van der Lugt, Tanja van der Laan


ROOM 4 (day 2)

09:30-10:30HEA.2.1

Design and Usability of the Next Medical Devices for the Home Care

Francesca Tosi, Alessandra Rinaldi


ROOM 4 (day 2)

09:30-10:30HEA.2.1

Designing for Aesthetic Disruption

Josina Vink, Katarina Wetter-Edman, Manuela Aguirre


ROOM 4 (day 2)

10:40-11:40HEA.2.2

Designing for an ageing society: products, services and environment.

Silvia Pericu


ROOM 4 (day 2)

10:40-11:40HEA.2.2

Participant Observation in Cognitively Gameplay as a Rehabilitation Tool for Living Alone Elderly with Dementia in Hong Kong: A Pilot Study

Alex Pui Yuk King, Kin Wai Michael Siu


ROOM 4 (day 2)

10:40-11:40HEA.2.2

User-Designed Dementia Carer Pathways

Daniel Paul Carey, Andy Tennant, Paul Rodgers, Katie Dodd


ROOM 4 (day 2)

14:15-15:35HEA.2.3

Incremental and Radical Technology Innovation in Robotics for Autism

Maximiliano Romero, Andrea Bonarini, Andrea Brivio, Ksenia Rogacheva


ROOM 4 (day 2)

14:15-15:35HEA.2.3

Designing Schools for a Students on the Spectrum

Ulrike Altenmüller-Lewis


ROOM 4 (day 2)

14:15-15:35HEA.2.3

DESIGN FOR DUCHENNE. Guidelines for dwellings’ construction or renovation for muscular dystrophy- affected families.

michele marchi, giuseppe mincolelli


ROOM 4 (day 2)

14:15-15:35HEA.2.3

Environment as non pharmacological intervention in the care of Alzheimer’s disease

silvia maria gramegna, alessandro biamonti


ROOM 4 (day 2)

15:45-16:45HEA.2.4

Improving the Visualisation of Renal Blood Test Results to Enhance Patient - Clinician Communication

Adrian-Ioan Gradinar, Jeremy Davenport, Paul Coulton, Heather Hill


ROOM 4 (day 2)

15:45-16:45HEA.2.4

Walking in your shoes. Design for sensorimotor rehabilitation of lower limbs in bedridden stroke survivors.

Francesca Toso


ROOM 4 (day 2)

15:45-16:45HEA.2.4

Improving the Patient Experience During Speculum-Assisted Pelvic Examination: A Human-Centered Design Study

Gina Anne Taylor, Deana McDonagh


ROOM 5 (day 2)

09:30-10:30THI.2.1

What would Foucault say about the smart city?

Ding Wang


ROOM 5 (day 2)

09:30-10:30THI.2.1

GROUNDING EVIDENCE IN DESIGN: FRAMING NEXT PRACTICES

Altug Kasali, Nancy J. Nersessian


ROOM 5 (day 2)

09:30-10:30THI.2.1

A case of values conflict in the video game design field. A critique of Schön’s appreciative system.

Laureline Chiapello


ROOM 5 (day 2)

10:40-11:40THI.2.2

Design-led Approach to Co-production of Values for Collective Decision-making

Sneha Raman, Tara French, Angela Tulloch


ROOM 5 (day 2)

10:40-11:40THI.2.2

Scalable Interactive Modular Systems (SIMS): sustainability for digital interfaces

Luigi Ferrara, Nastaran Dadashi, Robert Giusti


ROOM 5 (day 2)

10:40-11:40THI.2.2

Scientific Craftsmanship: The changing role of product designers in the digital era

Muhammet Ramoğlu, Aykut Coşkun


ROOM 5 (day 2)

14:15-15:35THI.2.3

User, Research, and Practice: Learning from Design Consultancies

Isil Oygur


ROOM 5 (day 2)

14:15-15:35THI.2.3

d3 thinking, design led insight tool grounded in behavioural and decision making research theory, reframing design approaches during the creative process to meet the next creative challenge within the (FMCG) fast moving consumer goods sector.

Lesley Carole Marshall, James Gudgeon


ROOM 5 (day 2)

14:15-15:35THI.2.3

Yellow as "Non-Black": Prosthetics, Semiotics, Hermeneutics, Freedom and Function

Jonathan Ventura, Galit Shvo


ROOM 5 (day 2)

14:15-15:35THI.2.3

Analyzing the Digital: Transformations, Territories, Frames and Uses

Mario Gagliardi


ROOM 5 (day 2)

15:45-16:45THI.2.4

Terms and meanings of “participation” in product design: From “user involvement” to “co-design”

Lucía Sánchez de la Guía, Marina Puyuelo Cazorla, M Blanca de Miguel Molina


ROOM 5 (day 2)

15:45-16:45THI.2.4

Using Transformational Consequence Mapping to Improve Responsible Innovation Practice

Ashleigh Bentham


ROOM 5 (day 2)

15:45-16:45THI.2.4

Rethinking the Roles of Fashion Designers: The Case of Pre Helsinki

Namkyu Chun, Olga Gurova, Kirsi Niinimäki


ROOM 6 (day 2)

09:30-10:30AES.2.1

Entropy: Unpacking the form through post digital making

Evelina Kourteva, Dermott McMeel


ROOM 6 (day 2)

09:30-10:30AES.2.1

Aesthetic Intelligence Experience and New Frontier

Raphaële BIDAULT-WADDINGTON


ROOM 6 (day 2)

09:30-10:30AES.2.1

Designing towards the unknown: engaging with material and aesthetic uncertainty

Danielle Wilde, Jenny Underwood


ROOM 6 (day 2)

10:40-11:40AES.2.2

Beautiful interfaces. The aesthetic dimension in visual design of digital ecosystems

Letizia Bollini


ROOM 6 (day 2)

10:40-11:40AES.2.2

An end of post-modernism?! what is NOW and NEXT to Graphic Design?

Sodam Lee, Blessed Mhungu


ROOM 6 (day 2)

10:40-11:40AES.2.2

Creative Interpretation in Web Design Experience

Johanna Maria Silvennoinen, Rebekah Ann Rousi, Laura Maria Mononen


ROOM 6 (day 2)

14:15-15:35AES.2.3

House and Yacht: the Aesthetics of the Interior as a Link between Different Sectors

Mariateresa Campolongo


ROOM 6 (day 2)

14:15-15:35AES.2.3

Micro-narratives as the form of contemporary communication

Simona Venditti, Francesca Piredda, Walter Mattana


ROOM 6 (day 2)

14:15-15:35AES.2.3

Facilitating co-design: challenging graphic designer’s ownership of creativity

Simone Taffe


ROOM 6 (day 2)

14:15-15:35THI.2.5

Cause and Effect of Design Features and Brand Value: Consumer Interpretation of Design and Value of Long- and Short-Term Products

Kana Sugimoto, Shin'ya Nagasawa


ROOM 6 (day 2)

15:45-16:45AES.2.4

Exploring aesthetics through digital jewellery

Maarten Floris Versteeg, Johanna Maria Lucia Kint


ROOM 6 (day 2)

15:45-16:45AES.2.4

Smart Solutions, “Smart Aesthetics”?

Anna Cecilia Russo, Marinella Ferrara


ROOM 6 (day 2)

15:45-16:45AES.2.4

Aesthetic Longevity Through Prototypicality: A Sustainability Tool for Product Designers

Rachel Flood Heaton, Deana McDonagh


ROOM 9 (day 2)

14:15-15:35THI.2.5

Critical design as approach to next thinking

Liene Jakobsone


ROOM 9 (day 2)

14:15-15:35THI.2.5

What counts, when counting gets complicated?

Elizabeth Wright, Simon Fraser, Thomas Eugene Jr. Wright


ROOM 9 (day 2)

14:15-15:35AES.2.5

Re-imagining cinema: searching for an aesthetic of interaction design through cinema

Nicolas Marechal, Joel Karamath


ROOM 9 (day 2)

15:45-16:45ECO.2.5

The Commodity of Trade in Contemporary Design

Giovanni Innella, Paul Anthony Rodgers


ROOM 9 (day 2)

15:45-16:45ECO.2.5

Big Data: Understanding how Creative Organisations Create and Sustain their Networks.

Jacquelyn Strachan Malcolm, Fraser Bruce, Shaleph O’Neill


ROOM 9 (day 2)

15:45-16:45ECO.2.5

Co-creating finances: A new perspective on designing for the financial world.

Santiago de Francisco


ROOM 12 (day 2)

09:30-10:30ENV.2.1

From Science to Design: the Design4Materials' 'virtous circle'

Rossana Carullo, Cecilia Cecchini, Maria Rita Ferrara, Carla Langella, Sabrina Lucibello


ROOM 12 (day 2)

09:30-10:30ENV.2.1

The Speedcycle. A lifecycle tool for designing fast and slow circular fashion products

Kate Goldsworthy


ROOM 12 (day 2)

09:30-10:30ENV.2.1

Circular Material Library as an Innovative Tool to Design Circular Economy Solutions

Maarit Virtanen, Sauli Eerola, Kati Manskinen


ROOM 12 (day 2)

10:40-11:40ENV.2.2

THE RESIGNIFICATION OF MATERIALS AS A WAY TO CONSTRUCT SCENARIOS OF SUSTAINABILITY

Fernanda Sarmento, Monica Moura


ROOM 12 (day 2)

10:40-11:40ENV.2.2

Bioplastics made from upcycled food waste: the prospects for their use in the field of design

Cecilia Cecchini


ROOM 12 (day 2)

10:40-11:40ENV.2.2

DEMOCRATIC CARDBOARD. Materials and design processes for a resilient and sustainable society

Davide Turrini


ROOM 12 (day 2)

14:15-15:35ENV.2.3

Adaptive Reuse as an effective tool to reinterpret contemporary ruins

Barbara Camocini, Oxana Nosova


ROOM 12 (day 2)

14:15-15:35ENV.2.3

Architecture for Regenerating Living Ecosystems: Designing a clay module for a vaulted dome structure

Miruna Sladescu, Caitilin De Berigny, Glen Hill


ROOM 12 (day 2)

14:15-15:35ENV.2.3

Energy Performance Development of Non-regulated Retrofit Mass Housing Estates in Northern Cyprus

Bertug Ozarisoy, Hasim Altan


ROOM 12 (day 2)

14:15-15:35ENV.2.3

GreenTeam. A new educative approach to sustainable design.

Andrea Di Salvo, Silvia Barbero, Andrea Gaiardo, Giada Rivella


ROOM 12 (day 2)

15:45-16:45ENV.2.4

Envisioning the future of public lighting through upcoming technologies by citizen-centered design

Olli Heiskanen, Kartikeya Acharya


ROOM 12 (day 2)

15:45-16:45ENV.2.4

REPEAT - Textile Design for PV Modules! Design-driven Strategies for Photovoltaic Modules

Tina Moor, Brigitt Egloff, Tina Tomovic, Stephen Wittkopf


ROOM 12 (day 2)

15:45-16:45ENV.2.4

Sustainable Design: Circular Economy in Fashion and Textiles

Debbie Moorhouse, Danielle Moorhouse


ROOM 13 (day 2)

09:30-10:30TEC.2.1

Conceptualizing kinaesthesia - Making movement palpable

Lise Amy Hansen, Wendy Keay-Bright, Damian E M Milton


ROOM 13 (day 2)

09:30-10:30TEC.2.1

Humans, Machines and the Design Process: Exploring the Role of Computation in the Early Phases of Creation

Philippa Mothersill


ROOM 13 (day 2)

09:30-10:30TEC.2.1

Making and unfinishedness: designing toolkits for negotiation

Michael Smyth, Ingi Helgason


ROOM 13 (day 2)

10:40-11:40TEC.2.2

Design and Planned Obsolescence. A Review of Theories and Approaches Impacting on Enabling Technologies.

Matteo Zallio, Damon Berry


ROOM 13 (day 2)

10:40-11:40TEC.2.2

Technological research and invention for industrial design

Mario Buono, Sonia Capece


ROOM 13 (day 2)

10:40-11:40TEC.2.2

Fiction and Physicality: A designerly approach towards the complexities of emerging technologies

Yeup Hur, Miriam Sturdee, Miguel Bruns, Panos Markopoulos, Jason Alexander


ROOM 13 (day 2)

14:15-15:35TEC.2.3

How Do How Do You Design When Your Toaster is Your Client? Going Beyond Human Centred Design

Leon Cruickshank, Nina Trivendi


ROOM 13 (day 2)

14:15-15:35TEC.2.3

The future of print design relies on interaction

Marco Neves


ROOM 13 (day 2)

14:15-15:35TEC.2.3

Silk Road: A Reference. Creating public architectural intervention in the context of education & technology

Marcus Farr


ROOM 13 (day 2)

14:15-15:35TEC.2.3

Crafting the Digital: Developing expression and materiality within digital design and manufacture

David Grimshaw


ROOM 13 (day 2)

15:45-16:45TEC.2.4

DIY: polar fleece as a new material for handmade artefacts

Beatrice Lerma


ROOM 13 (day 2)

15:45-16:45TEC.2.4

A study of the relationship between personalised 3D printed ‘Souvenirs of Place’ and public perception of modern architectural heritage.

Samantha Forster, Katherina Vones, Constantia Anastasiadou


ROOM 13 (day 2)

15:45-16:45TEC.2.4

Collaboration and exchange between “Craftsman” and “Designer”: Symbiosis Towards Product Innovation

Handan Temeltaş


ROOM 15 (day 2)

09:30-10:30EDU.2.1

Ikebana: a model for collaborative design pedagogy.

Rachel Kelly


ROOM 15 (day 2)

09:30-10:30EDU.2.1

‘Sketching’ the new designers - going wide, going deep and doing it together

Rita Assoreira Almendra, Gonçalo Moço Falcão


ROOM 15 (day 2)

09:30-10:30EDU.2.1

A contemporary didactics of innovation in product design

Marco Mancini


ROOM 15 (day 2)

10:40-11:40EDU.2.2

design culture in school: experiences of service design workshops with children

fabrizio pierandrei, elena marengoni


ROOM 15 (day 2)

10:40-11:40EDU.2.2

From a master of crafts to a facilitator of innovation

Andrea Augsten, Moritz Gekeler


ROOM 15 (day 2)

10:40-11:40EDU.2.2

Why a Logbook? A backpack travel as a metaphor for product design education

Violeta Clemente, Rui Vieira, Katja Tschimmel


ROOM 15 (day 2)

14:15-15:35EDU.2.3

Algorithmic Futures: The Analog Beginnings of Advanced Digital Para-metrics in First Year Design Studios

patrick sean rhodes


ROOM 15 (day 2)

14:15-15:35EDU.2.3

The Digital Corbeled Wall: A Pedagogical Approach to Digital Infrastructure and Traditional Craft

James Stevens, Ayodh Kamath, Komal Sharma


ROOM 15 (day 2)

14:15-15:35EDU.2.3

Learning architectural design, material and immaterial aspects.

Gerlinde Maria Goretti Verhaeghe


ROOM 15 (day 2)

14:15-15:35EDU.2.3

Rethinking the Design Studio-Centered Architectural Education: A Case Study at Schools of Architecture in Turkey

Burkay Pasin


ROOM 15 (day 2)

15:45-16:45EDU.2.4

A Multilevel Approach to Design for Social Transformations and its Implications on Service Design Education

Nicola Morelli, Amalia De Götzen


ROOM 15 (day 2)

15:45-16:45EDU.2.4

Designing more responsible behaviors through Design Education: reflections on a Brazilian pilot experience in Social Innovation for Sustainability.

Viviane dos Guimaraes Alvim Nunes


ROOM 15 (day 2)

15:45-16:45EDU.2.4

PBL 2.0: Interdisciplinary and Multicultural Transformative Environmental Education for Design Students

Elad Persov, Roshni Udyavar Yehuda, Ruti Kantor, Barak Pelman


ROOM 16 (day 2)

09:30-10:30EDU.2.5

E-LEARNING AND DESIGN PRACTICE: TOOLS AND METHODS FOR PROFESSIONAL LEARNING OF STRATEGIC DESIGN

ARIANNA VIGNATI, Francesco Zurlo, Luca Fois, Michele Melazzini, Xue Pei


ROOM 16 (day 2)

09:30-10:30EDU.2.5

Theoretical studies and practical tools for a new design educational paradigm

Laura Dominici


ROOM 16 (day 2)

09:30-10:30EDU.2.5

Advanced Design as a paradigm for design education: learning systems within its platforms and practices.

Roberto Iñiguez Flores, Ruth Maribel León Morán


ROOM 16 (day 2)

10:40-11:40EDU.2.6

A conversation with material

Nicolai de Gier


ROOM 16 (day 2)

10:40-11:40EDU.2.6

Materials & Manufacturing Methods selection in product design: Experiences in undergraduate programs

Aline Teixeira Souza, Rita Assoreira Almendra, Lia Krucken


ROOM 16 (day 2)

10:40-11:40EDU.2.6

The Anatomy of a Multi-Sensory Design Course: Happy Sound Object

Yasemin Soylu, Berrak Karaca Salgamcioglu, Pelin Efilti, Oki Kasajima


ROOM 16 (day 2)

14:15-15:35EDU.2.7

Creative puzzlement: how deconstructing elements of object facilitates industrial design student’s imagination

Shiro Inoue, Neil Smith, Andy Tennant, Nick Spencer


ROOM 16 (day 2)

14:15-15:35EDU.2.7

Dealing with wicked problems, in messy contexts, through prototyping

Bo Westerlund, Katarina Wetter Edman


ROOM 16 (day 2)

14:15-15:35EDU.2.7

The reflection of experiential knowledge into professional practice: Case of Industrial Design Education

Enver TATLISU


ROOM 16 (day 2)

15:45-16:45EDU.2.8

Flourishing in graphic design education: incorporating Ubuntu as a curricular strategy.

Katarzyna Anna Chmela-Jones


ROOM 16 (day 2)

15:45-16:45EDU.2.8

Wearable Words: A case study applying Jewellery research and practice to the education of Fine Art, Textiles and Visual Communication students.

Roberta Bernabei


ROOM 16 (day 2)

15:45-16:45EDU.2.8

The end of the “briefing” and “the client” in graphic design

Gonçalo Moço Falcão, Rita Assoreira Almendra


ROOM 17 (day 2)

09:30-10:30SOC.2.1

Enhancing textile enterprises for a more sustainable society, through design research and website development

Disaya Chudasri, Krittiya Saksrisathaporn


ROOM 17 (day 2)

09:30-10:30SOC.2.1

Framing Design to support Social Innovation: The Open4Citizens Project

Nicola Morelli, Amalia De Götzen, Ingrid Mulder, Louise Klitgaard Torntoft, Marc Aguilar, Grazia Concilio


ROOM 17 (day 2)

09:30-10:30SOC.2.1

REAGENTE

Raffaella Fagnoni, Silvia Pericu, Chiara Olivastri


ROOM 17 (day 2)

10:40-11:40SOC.2.2

Containers of Stories: using co-design and digital augmentation to empower the museum community and create novel experiences of heritage at a house museum

Caroline Claisse


ROOM 17 (day 2)

10:40-11:40SOC.2.3

Design for Socio-technical Innovation: A Proposed Model to Design the Change

Pablo Marcel de Arruda Torres


ROOM 17 (day 2)

10:40-11:40SOC.2.2

Sharing Economy for Tourism and Hospitality: new ways of living and new trends in interior design.

Luisa Collina, Giulia Gerosa, Laura Galluzzo, Maddalena Bellè, Marida Maiorino


ROOM 17 (day 2)

14:15-15:35SOC.2.3

Design for Grassroots Production in Eastern Turkey through the Revival of Traditional Handicrafts

Hazal Gumus Ciftci, Stuart Walker


ROOM 17 (day 2)

14:15-15:35SOC.2.3

Socially Engaged Transmedia Practice: Three Co-creative Interventions in Portuguese Neighborhoods

António Gorgel Pinto


ROOM 17 (day 2)

14:15-15:35SOC.2.3

FreeDOME smart e-motive office-home. The bio-logic design adaptation to the dynamic evolution of living

Serena Fiorelli


ROOM 17 (day 2)

14:15-15:35SOC.2.2

Design for social enterprises: co-designing an organizational and cultural change.

Daniela Selloni, Marta Corubolo


ROOM 17 (day 2)

15:45-16:45SOC.2.4

Making Visible: Valuating the Impacts of Design Intervention for Social Cooperative

Xue Pei, Francesco Zurlo, Arianna Vignati, Luca Fois, Michele Melazzini, Federico Cauro


ROOM 17 (day 2)

15:45-16:45SOC.2.4

Having a voice, having a choice: Children’s Participation in Educational Space Design

EDA CAN, Goksenin Inalhan


ROOM 17 (day 2)

15:45-16:45SOC.2.4

Providing Fast Flowing Calm Waters: the role of the Design Manger in mid-large Scale Public Sector Co-Design Projects

Gemma Coupe, Leon Cruickshank


ROOM 18 (day 2)

09:30-10:30SOC.2.5

Design for Society: Analysis of the adoption of Design Management by Early-Stages Social Entrepreneurs

David Pérez, David Hands, Edward McKeever


ROOM 18 (day 2)

09:30-10:30SOC.2.5

The Museum of the Future: a sedimentary cloud

Craig Bremner, Laura Bernadet


ROOM 18 (day 2)

09:30-10:30SOC.2.5

People’s Republic of Bolzano or how digital artifacts can be adversarial to misinformation.

Matteo Maria Moretti, Maurizio Teli, Antonella de Angeli


ROOM 18 (day 2)

10:40-11:40SOC.2.6

Autism Spectrum Disorder as a Design Challenge

Ulrike Altenmüller-Lewis


ROOM 18 (day 2)

10:40-11:40SOC.2.6

From Cork Labour Activities to Co-design Production: Azaruja Case Study

António Gorgel Pinto, Paula Reaes Pinto


ROOM 18 (day 2)

10:40-11:40SOC.2.6

Unearth Hidden Assets through Community Co-design and Co-production

Busayawan Lam, Theodore Zamenopoulos, Mihaela Kelemen, Jea Hoo Na


ROOM 18 (day 2)

14:15-15:35SOC.2.7

Research on Service Blueprint of Food Banks

Pin Hsuan Kuang, Wen-Hui Chou


ROOM 18 (day 2)

14:15-15:35SOC.2.7

Designing local food systems in everyday life through service design strategies.

EMILY BALLANTYNE-BRODIE, IDA TELALBASIC


ROOM 18 (day 2)

14:15-15:35SOC.2.7

Social Design for Services: Building a Framework for Designers Working in the Development Context

Essi Kuure, Satu Miettinen


ROOM 18 (day 2)

14:15-15:35SOC.2.7

Future Tense: Alternative Futures as a Design Method for Social Innovation

Corina Angheloiu, Godhuli Chaudhuri, Leila Sheldrick


ROOM 18 (day 2)

15:45-16:45SOC.2.8

Working with young people at the margins of society to design hybrid physical/digital objects to portray their experiences of support services

Daniel Burnett, Paul Coulton


ROOM 18 (day 2)

15:45-16:45SOC.2.8

Participatory design for public services

GIANNI SINNI


ROOM 18 (day 2)

15:45-16:45SOC.2.8

The emerging challenge of brand design in ethical and cause-related marketing

Tamami Tiffany Komatsu


ROOM 7 (day 2)

09:30-10:30WS.2.1

ZOOMANIA IN THE NARCO IMPERIUM The Glorification of the cocaine network

Catalina Maria Jaramillo


ROOM 7 (day 2)

10:40-11:40WS.2.2

Model and mobilise imaginary for innovative experience design

Estelle Berger, Frédérique Pain


ROOM 7 (day 2)

14:15-15:35WS.2.3

Experiencing Technology Enabled Empathy Mapping

Daniel Neubauer, Verena Paepcke-Hjeltness, Pete Evans, Betsy Barnhart, Tor Finseth


ROOM 7 (day 2)

15:45-16:45WS.2.4

Spirit of ’68: The ‘Next’ Role of the Art/Design School?

Joanne Amanda Turney, Alex Franklin



day 3
friday 14.4.2017

ROOM 4 (day 3)

09:30-10:30HEA.3.1

Emerging Trends and the Way Forward in Design in Healthcare: An Experts’ Perspective

Emmanuel Tsekleves, Rachel Cooper


ROOM 4 (day 3)

09:30-10:30HEA.3.1

Health Design: Mapping current situations, envisioning next steps.

Fabiola Guillermina Noel


ROOM 4 (day 3)

09:30-10:30HEA.3.1

Will smart homes improve our lives? A design perspective towards effective wellbeing at home

Margherita Pillan, Sara Colombo


ROOM 4 (day 3)

10:40-11:40HEA.3.2

The Effectiveness of Environmental Design for Physical Activities Promotion: Review

Aline Gonzalez-Moreno, José Aldo Valencia-Hernández, José Omar Valencia-Hernández


ROOM 4 (day 3)

10:40-11:40HEA.3.2

multisensory design of pocket gardens for reducing stress and improving well-being , performance and satisfection

Noemi Bitterman, Anna simonov


ROOM 4 (day 3)

10:40-11:40HEA.3.2

Wayfinding for health seeking: A design-led exploration of how wayfinding employing empathetic communication design can improve the hospital outpatient experience.

Eden Jayne Short, Stephen Reay, Peter Gilderdale


ROOM 4 (day 3)

14:15-15:35HEA.3.3

DESIGN FOR L'AMBIENT ASSISTED LIVING

Luca Bradini, Andrea Lupacchini, Giuseppe Losco, Davide Paciotti


ROOM 4 (day 3)

14:15-15:35HEA.3.3

How can constraint-induced movement therapy for stroke survivors be incorporated into the design of a tangible interface?

Mailin Lemke, Dr. Edgar Rodriguez Ramirez, Dr. Brian Robinson


ROOM 4 (day 3)

14:15-15:35HEA.3.3

Design for Dysphagia: a new hardware-and-software mobile system for patient swallowing monitoring

Claudia Porfirione, Niccolò Casiddu


ROOM 4 (day 3)

14:15-15:35HEA.3.3

A Healthcare Wearable for Chronic Pain Management: Design of a Smart Glove for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Gozde Goncu Berk, Nese Topcuoglu


ROOM 4 (day 3)

15:45-16:45HEA.3.4

Designing therapeutic support for the people with Alzheimer's disease: A designerly way of Investigation

Beril Imamogullari, Alessandro Biamonti


ROOM 4 (day 3)

15:45-16:45HEA.3.4

Imagined futures: designing future environments for the care of older people

Claire Louise Craig


ROOM 4 (day 3)

15:45-16:45HEA.3.4

Designing Interactive Music Systems with and for People with Dementia

Alexander Mueller-Rakow, Rahel Flechtner


ROOM 5 (day 3)

09:30-10:30THI.3.1

Idea Management. Identifying the factors that contribute to uncertainty in idea generation practices within front end NPD

SE RYEONG KIM


ROOM 5 (day 3)

09:30-10:30THI.3.1

The use of intuition during scenario building activities in design projects

Priscilla Ferronato


ROOM 5 (day 3)

09:30-10:30THI.3.1

Stimulating Thinking at the Design Pitch: Storytelling Approach and Impact

David Anthony Parkinson, Laura Elizabeth Warwick


ROOM 5 (day 3)

10:40-11:40THI.3.2

CO/DEsign: conversational tools for building a shared dialogue around analysis within co-design

Michael Johnson, Jen Ballie, Tine Thorup, Elizabeth Brooks, Emma Brooks


ROOM 5 (day 3)

10:40-11:40THI.3.2

Outside the “Comfort Zone”; Designing Unknown in a Multidisciplinary Setting

Kirsi Niinimaki, Marjaana Tanttu, Cindy Kohtala


ROOM 5 (day 3)

10:40-11:40THI.3.2

Understanding Collaborative Design Through Activity Theory

Mithra Zahedi, Virginie Tessier, Dave Hawey


ROOM 5 (day 3)

14:15-15:35THI.3.3

Adaptive Thinking for Next Design Leadership. Coaching adaptive leadership to empower visionary design leaders.

Francesco Galli, Barbara Alejandra Pino Ahumada, Irina Suteu


ROOM 5 (day 3)

14:15-15:35THI.3.3

Channelizing Thinking for Practical Innovations and Measurable Impact

Kalyani Madhukar Khodke


ROOM 5 (day 3)

14:15-15:35THI.3.3

SYNESTHETIC APPROACH IN THE DESIGN PROCESS FOR ENHANCED CREATIVITY AND MULTISENSORY EXPERIENCES

Sevi Merter


ROOM 5 (day 3)

14:15-15:35THI.3.3

Systems thinking and its contribution to understanding future designer thinking

Laura Maria Mononen


ROOM 5 (day 3)

15:45-16:45THI.3.4

Potentiality: the ethical foundation of design

Peter Buwert


ROOM 5 (day 3)

15:45-16:45THI.3.4

Towards prospective design

Bridgette Engeler


ROOM 5 (day 3)

15:45-16:45THI.3.4

The design movement: Two case studies from the edge of the discipline

Rebecca Anne Price, Karla Straker


ROOM 6 (day 3)

09:30-10:30THI.3.5

The Constellation: A framework for conceptualising design as a process of innovation

Joanna Frances Bletcher


ROOM 6 (day 3)

09:30-10:30THI.3.5

Prototyping the non-existent as way to research and innovate: a proposal for a possible framework for design research and innovation

Juan Alfonso de la Rosa


ROOM 6 (day 3)

09:30-10:30TEC.3.5

:Blackbox: A Design Fiction research project

Alfonso Tiberio, Lorenzo Imbesi


ROOM 6 (day 3)

10:40-11:40AES.3.1

Wrapping Cultural Values: using Social Embodiment as Stimulus in Designs

Lizette Reitsma, Elise van den Hoven


ROOM 6 (day 3)

10:40-11:40AES.3.1

Metaphorical spaces. The art used by designers to explore, experiment and express concepts of Interiors.

Raffaella Trocchianesi, Matteo Pirola


ROOM 6 (day 3)

10:40-11:40AES.3.1

Design fiction, culture and climate change: weaving together personas, collaboration and fabulous futures

Andrew Morrison, Alittea Chisin


ROOM 6 (day 3)

14:15-15:55AES.3.2

Aesthetic Justice: Design for a blind-spot culture

Peter Buwert


ROOM 6 (day 3)

14:15-15:55AES.3.2

Metamorphosis of design. The aesthetics of the dark side.

Francesca La Rocca, Chiara Scarpitti


ROOM 6 (day 3)

14:15-15:55AES.3.2

CONTESTED SURFACES: aesthetics of colonization for urban coexistence

Adriana Eloisa Cuellar, Marcel Sanchez Prieto


ROOM 6 (day 3)

14:15-15:55AES.3.2

Empaty and design, an outline for a time of crisis

Spartaco Paris


ROOM 6 (day 3)

14:15-15:55AES.3.2

Living on the Edge: Design artefacts as boundary objects

Michael Pierre Johnson, Jennifer Ballie, Elizabeth Brooks, Tine Thorup


ROOM 9 (day 2)

14:15-15:35AES.3.2

The Aesthetics of The Artificial - A Critical Review of the Digital Art Domain

John Knight


ROOM 9 (day 3)

09:30-10:30HEA.3.1

Design as a symbolic qualifier in the design of complex systems/products - Emergency Ambulance

Augusto de Sousa Coelho, Vasco Branco


ROOM 9 (day 3)

09:30-10:30HEA.3.1

Limited use only. / How can the design of an everyday object help stroke survivors to overcome the learned nonuse of the upper limb?

Mailin Lemke, Dr. Edgar Rodriguez Ramirez, Dr. Brian Robinson


ROOM 9 (day 3)

09:30-10:30HEA.3.1

Well Connected – what does design offer in the complexity of the blood donor experience

Tine Thorup, Jen Ballie, Marjan Angoshtari


ROOM 9 (day 3)

10:40-11:40HEA.3.2

A MULTIDISCIPLINARY INSPECTION OF DENTAL PHOTOGRAPHY: WHAT DO DENTISTS THINK AND WHAT CAN DESIGNERS DO?

Yener Altıparmakoğulları, Muhsin Cifter, Abdusselam Selami Cifter


ROOM 9 (day 3)

10:40-11:40HEA.3.2

Designing with Dignity: Social Determinants of Health and Design Research

Diana Susan Nicholas, Yvonne Michael


ROOM 9 (day 3)

10:40-11:40HEA.3.2

Design experiments: Identifying areas for intervention and designing medical technology for adolescents with type 1 diabetes

Gillian M. McCarthy, Edgar R. Rodríguez Ramírez, Brian J. Robinson


ROOM 9 (day 3)

14:15-15:35HEA.3.3

Co-designing Co-Design. Shifting the culture of practice in healthcare.

Paul Chamberlain, Rebecca Partridge


ROOM 9 (day 3)

14:15-15:35HEA.3.3

Design probes and toolkits for healthcare – Identifying information needs in African communities through service design

Ralitsa Diana Debrah, Retha de la Harpe, M'Rithaa Mugendi K.


ROOM 9 (day 3)

14:15-15:35HEA.3.3

Design of non-speech sounds for human interaction,a conjunction between industrial design and psychology.

Eduardo Tapia


ROOM 9 (day 3)

14:15-15:35HEA.3.3

Enhancing co-responsibility for patient engagement

Ineke Neutelings, Pierre Levy, Tom Djajadiningrat, Caroline Hummels


ROOM 9 (day 3)

15:45-17:05TEC.3.5

Rethinking the Role of Design Within the Technological Advancement in Biomimetics and SynBio

Toufic Elias Haidamous


ROOM 9 (day 3)

15:45-17:05TEC.3.5

Textile Connections E-textiles to enhance connectedness for older adults experiencing loneliness

Sara Nevay, Christopher SC Lim, Gary Gowans


ROOM 9 (day 3)

15:45-17:05TEC.3.5

Empathy Workshop: When Project team and Pilot Users Exchange Experiences

Maliheh Ghajargar, Eleonora Gargiulo, Lucia Longo, Roberta Giannantonio


ROOM 9 (day 3)

15:45-17:05TEC.3.5

The cocktail party effect. An inclusive vision of conversational interactions

Isabella Loddo, Dario Martini


ROOM 12 (day 3)

09:30-10:30ENV.3.1

Shifting Conversations for Sustainability Transitions Using Participatory Design Visioning

Ayse Idil Gaziulusoy, Chris Ryan


ROOM 12 (day 3)

09:30-10:30ENV.3.1

DESIGNING ON THE SPOT- THE CASE OF GÖKÇEADA / IMBROS

Alayça Erözçelik, Burak Taşdizen


ROOM 12 (day 3)

09:30-10:30ENV.3.1

AN INTEGRAL DESIGN FRAMEWORK—designing a global village

Fenja Sepers


ROOM 12 (day 3)

10:40-11:40ENV.3.2

Sustainable Design Futures: an open design approach for the circular economy

Paul Smith-Moseley, Jen Ballie, Lynn-Sayers McHattie


ROOM 12 (day 3)

10:40-11:40ENV.3.2

Pocket Park product urban design

Francesco Armato


ROOM 12 (day 3)

10:40-11:40ENV.3.2

DESIGNING MEANINGFUL INTERACTIONS TO PROMOTE WATER-SAVING BEHAVIOURS: AN EXPLORATION OF SENSORY LANGUAGE

Sara Bergamaschi, Lucia Rampino


ROOM 12 (day 3)

14:15-15:35ENV.3.3

Creating a Tool for Measuring Social Value of Design

Jea Hoo Na, Youngok Choi, Andrew Walters, Stephen Green, Busayawan Lam


ROOM 12 (day 3)

14:15-15:35ENV.3.3

Design Process and Sustainability: methods and tools.

Marco Marseglia


ROOM 12 (day 3)

14:15-15:35ENV.3.3

Information design as a tool for enhancing renewable energy potential

Susanna Vanhamaki, Kati Manskinen, Antti Heinonen, Mirja Kalviainen


ROOM 12 (day 3)

14:15-15:35IND.3.2

Hospital of Objects. Recycling plastic from the small electronic devices to redesign old objects by the 3d printers

CHIARA PETRUZZI, LOREDANA DI LUCCHIO, LORENZO MARIA CAFIERO, RICCARDO TUFFI, ALESSIO UBERTINI, FLAVIO CARETTO


ROOM 12 (day 3)

15:45-16:45EDU.3.9

Building networks for knowledge exchange and design strategies for climate futures

Andrew Morrison, Henry Mainsah, Håkan Edeholt


ROOM 12 (day 3)

15:45-16:45EDU.3.9

Reflexive practices for the future of design education: an exercise in ethno-empathy

Manu J. Brueggemann, Angelika Strohmayer, Matthew Marshall, Nataly Birbeck, Vanessa Thomas


ROOM 12 (day 3)

15:45-16:45EDU.3.9

Is Design a Plus? - the dilemma of disciplines when implementing design into academic educations

Søren Bolvig Poulsen, Peter Vistisen, Sune Gudiksen


ROOM 13 (day 3)

09:30-10:30TEC.3.1

Museum Experience Design: A Modern Storytelling Methodology

Federica Dal Falco, Stavros Vassos


ROOM 13 (day 3)

09:30-10:30TEC.3.1

ADOPTING THE UNKNOWN THROUGH THE KNOWN: Supporting the user interaction of non-idiomatic technologies in museums through known interaction idioms of conventional technologies

Peter Vistisen, Claus Østergaard, Rameshnath Krishnasamy


ROOM 13 (day 3)

09:30-10:30TEC.3.1

Interaction design for cultural heritage. A robotics cultural game to visit the museum’s inaccessible areas.

Claudio Germak, Luca Giuliano, Maria Luce Lupetti


ROOM 13 (day 3)

10:40-11:40TEC.3.2

A Heuristic for Improving Transmedia Exhibition Experience

Vashanth Selvadurai, Claus Andreas Foss Rosenstand


ROOM 13 (day 3)

10:40-11:40TEC.3.2

Information design for museum’s spaces. New exhibit paths driven by a Bluetooth proximity sensors’ system.

Claudio Germak, Sara Khan


ROOM 13 (day 3)

10:40-11:40TEC.3.2

TXD. From Traceability to Experience Design in Fashion Accessories production

Elisabetta Cianfanelli, Gabriele Goretti


ROOM 13 (day 3)

14:15-15:35TEC.3.3

Lifelogging in User Experience Research

Mattias Arvola, Johan Blomkvist, Fredrik Wahlman


ROOM 13 (day 3)

14:15-15:35TEC.3.3

Jamming as a design approach: Power of jamming for creative iteration

ASLIHAN TECE BAYRAK


ROOM 13 (day 3)

14:15-15:35TEC.3.3

From Design for One to Open-ended Design. Experiments on understanding how to open-up contextual design solutions.

Francesca Ostuzzi, Lieven De Couvreur, Jan Detand, Jelle Saldien


ROOM 13 (day 3)

14:15-15:35TEC.3.3

Design thinking applied to data storage innovation: a case study

Maliheh Ghajargar, Giulio Mangano, Alberto De Marco, Roberta Giannantonio


ROOM 13 (day 3)

15:45-16:45TEC.3.4

A Framework for Capturing Creativity in Digital Fabrication

Georgi V. Georgiev, Iván Sánchez, Denzil Ferreira


ROOM 13 (day 3)

15:45-16:45TEC.3.4

Map As An Object of Service Design

Qian Sun, Hyunyim Park


ROOM 13 (day 3)

15:45-16:45TEC.3.4

Design problem analysis and process: A case of technology-augmented problem decomposition in analysis and understanding of public space

Awoniyi Stephen


ROOM 15 (day 3)

09:30-10:30EDU.3.1

Systemic Design, from the content to the structure of education: new educational model

Chiara Battistoni, Silvia Barbero


ROOM 15 (day 3)

09:30-10:30EDU.3.1

Service design pedagogy and effective student engagement: Generative tools and methods

Hena Ali, Silvia Grimaldi, Monica Biagioli


ROOM 15 (day 3)

09:30-10:30EDU.3.1

Systemic Food Design.it A website that narrates food supply chains from a systemic perspective

Franco Fassio


ROOM 15 (day 3)

10:40-11:40EDU.3.2

Preparing design students for the marketplace: an initial investigation on the required knowledge and skills for designers in Brazil

Paulo Roberto Nicoletti Dziobczenski, Anamaria Amaral Rezende Galeotti


ROOM 15 (day 3)

10:40-11:40EDU.3.2

Rethinking the education of retail design: What are the competences a retail designer needs in this fast evolving discipline?

Katelijn Quartier, Stephanie Claes, Jan Vanrie


ROOM 15 (day 3)

10:40-11:40EDU.3.2

Best practices on design education leads to new design curriculum

ana thudichum vasconcelos


ROOM 15 (day 3)

14:15-15:35EDU.3.3

On the teachers role in interactive prototyping

Jussi Ville Mikkonen


ROOM 15 (day 3)

14:15-15:35EDU.3.3

Human and Technological Dimensions of Making in FabLab

Iván Sánchez, Georgi V. Georgiev, Jukka Riekki, Jani Ylioja, Mikko Pyykkönen


ROOM 15 (day 3)

14:15-15:35EDU.3.3

Making Sense: Harnessing Communication through Prototyping

Giovanni Innella, Paul Anthony Rodgers


ROOM 15 (day 3)

14:15-15:35EDU.3.3

Let’s Make It Meaningful: design thinking for textiles

Louise Valentine, Ballie Jen, Stevenson Frances, Robertson Sara, Bletcher Joanna


ROOM 15 (day 3)

15:45-16:45EDU.3.4

Integrated design education

Hye-Jin Nae


ROOM 15 (day 3)

15:45-16:45EDU.3.4

A DESIGN THINKING APPROACH TO INTRODUCE ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN EUROPEAN SCHOOL CURRICULA

Ester Val, Itsaso Gonzalez, Ion Iriarte, Amaia Beitia, Ganix Lasa, Maite Elkoro


ROOM 15 (day 3)

15:45-16:45EDU.3.4

DESIGN THINKING: A NEW ROAD MAP FOR BUSINESS EDUCATION

Gozde Ceviker-Cinar, Gokhan Mura, Melike Demirbag-Kaplan


ROOM 16 (day 3)

09:30-10:30EDU.3.5

Design for Social Sustainability: an educational approach for insular communities

Valentina Vezzani, Susana Gonzaga


ROOM 16 (day 3)

09:30-10:30EDU.3.5

Design for social change and design education: Social challenges versus outdated pedagogies

Nicos Souleles


ROOM 16 (day 3)

09:30-10:30EDU.3.5

Design as a process tool of collaborative and multidisciplinary learning in society

João Gago Bernarda, Ana Margarida Ferreira, Carlos Santos Silva, Maria Inês Queiroz


ROOM 16 (day 3)

10:40-11:40EDU.3.6

The street as teaching space

Paul Woodruffe, Mandy Patmore


ROOM 16 (day 3)

10:40-11:40EDU.3.6

Vulnerable children as change-agents within their communities – an educational methodology co-designed in Namibia

Valentina Salvi


ROOM 16 (day 3)

10:40-11:40EDU.3.6

World design: educational approach for a new experience of sharing

Maria Antonietta SBORDONE, Rosanna Veneziano


ROOM 16 (day 3)

14:15-15:35EDU.3.7

Using Design Methods to Improve Design Quality: Verbalizers vs Visualizers

Younjoon Lee, Jaewoo Joo


ROOM 16 (day 3)

14:15-15:35EDU.3.7

A dialogical model for studio critiques in Design Education

Gaia Scagnetti


ROOM 16 (day 3)

14:15-15:35EDU.3.7

What students say about their work and what it says about their work: Toward the development of rhetorical practice in the educational design studio

Myra Thiessen, Veronika Kelly


ROOM 16 (day 3)

14:15-15:35EDU.3.7

DesignResearchScape. Mapping Design Research through Information Design and Scientometrics

Stefano Perna


ROOM 16 (day 3)

15:45-16:45EDU.3.8

campUS: how a cultural event can become a design education opportunity

Davide Fassi, Agnese Rebaglio, Annalinda De Rosa


ROOM 16 (day 3)

15:45-16:45EDU.3.8

Facebook as a boundary object in industrial design studio: A SoTL study

Isil Oygur, Selen Devrim Ulkebas


ROOM 16 (day 3)

15:45-16:45EDU.3.8

Culture as a design “next”

Tutaleni I. Asino, Lisa Giacumo, Victoria Chen


ROOM 17 (day 3)

09:30-10:30SOC.3.1

Design paradox. Next chapter in design process.

Daria Ayvazova


ROOM 17 (day 3)

09:30-10:30SOC.3.1

My Boy Builds Coffins

Gianni Denaro, Lorenzo Imbesi


ROOM 17 (day 3)

09:30-10:30SOC.3.1

Sacred design: immaterial values, material culture

Luisa Chimenz


ROOM 17 (day 3)

10:40-11:40SOC.3.2

Fair by design: Addressing the paradox of inclusive design

Matteo Bianchin, Ann Heylighen


ROOM 17 (day 3)

10:40-11:40SOC.3.2

Designing Trust: the importance of relationships in social contexts

Laura Elizabeth Warwick


ROOM 17 (day 3)

10:40-11:40SOC.3.2

No Man is an Island. Situated Design Research and Wicked Impact

Jeroen Peeters, Ambra Trotto, Nigel Papworth, Pernilla Glaser, Carla Collevecchio, Ana Betancour


ROOM 17 (day 3)

14:15-15:35SOC.3.3

Harmonics: Towards enlightened evaluation

Katherine Champion, George Steve Jaramillo


ROOM 17 (day 3)

14:15-15:35SOC.3.3

Raising the Questions of Agency and Meaning in Emerging Design Practice

Paola Pierri


ROOM 17 (day 3)

14:15-15:35SOC.3.3

Design for Territories as Practice and Theoretical Field of Study

Marina Parente, Carla Sedini


ROOM 17 (day 3)

14:15-15:35SOC.3.3

Call of Survival: Stigmergy for Matters of Concern

Shanu Sharma, Koumudi Patil


ROOM 17 (day 3)

15:45-16:45SOC.3.4

Designing for the next generation

Laura Giraldi, Elisabetta Benelli, Isabella Patti, Roberta Vita, Francesca Filippi, Iuri Filieri


ROOM 17 (day 3)

15:45-16:45SOC.3.4

Anamorphosis versus Graphic & Architectural Design

Tommaso Empler


ROOM 17 (day 3)

15:45-16:45SOC.3.4

UTOPIA_an italian way to practical transdisciplinarity

Valentina Frosini


ROOM 18 (day 3)

09:30-10:30SOC.3.5

Design by means of citizen activism: three cases illustrated by the action of Coletivo Maré, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Bruna Ferreira Montuori, Marcos Leite Rosa, Maria Cecilia Loschiavo dos Santos


ROOM 18 (day 3)

09:30-10:30SOC.3.5

You say you want a revolution…

Peter Friedrich Stephan


ROOM 18 (day 3)

09:30-10:30SOC.3.5

THE CHALLENGE OF BEING ACTIVIST-DESIGNER: An attempt to understand the New Role of Designer in the Society based on Current Experiences

Maziar Rezai, Dr. Mitra Khazaei


ROOM 18 (day 3)

10:40-11:40SOC.3.6

Crafting Sustainable Futures. The Value of the Service Designer in Activating Meaningful Social Innovation from within Textile Artisan Communities

Francesco Mazzarella, Val Mitchell, Carolina Escobar-Tello


ROOM 18 (day 3)

10:40-11:40SOC.3.6

The Systemic Design approach in policy making for sustainable territorial development

Miriam Bicocca, Silvia Barbero


ROOM 18 (day 3)

10:40-11:40SOC.3.6

Built territories innovative regeneration processes for a participatory and sustainable design

marco borsotti, giulietta fassino, sonia pistidda


ROOM 18 (day 3)

14:15-15:35SOC.3.7

Design and Innovation in Brazil: reflections on local experience within the furniture industry sector

Viviane dos Guimaraes Alvim Nunes


ROOM 18 (day 3)

14:15-15:35SOC.3.7

Towards a new “urban sensitivity”. The role of design as support to social innovation.

Barbara Di Prete, Martina Mazzarello


ROOM 18 (day 3)

14:15-15:35SOC.3.7

Human motion as input for the development of design strategies

Liselotte Vroman, Thierry Lagrange


ROOM 18 (day 3)

14:15-15:35SOC.3.7

The role of design in supporting the continual emergence of hybrid spaces of interaction within the city

Valentina Volpi, Antonio Opromolla


ROOM 18 (day 3)

15:45-16:45SOC.3.8

Digital commons, urban struggles and the role of Design

Andreas Berthold Unteidig


ROOM 18 (day 3)

15:45-16:45SOC.3.8

Infrastructuring Place: Citizen-led Placemaking and the Commons

Maria Frangos, Thomas Garvey, Irena Knezevic


ROOM 18 (day 3)

15:45-16:45SOC.3.8

Embedding design in municipal organisations: A case study of ‘Design Consultant’ program

Eun Ji Cho


ROOM 7 (day 3)

14:15-15:35WS.3.1

Eco-social design: who pays for it?

Bianca Elzenbaumer, Fabio Franz, Kris Krois, Alvise Mattozzi


ROOM 7 (day 3)

15:45-16:45WS.3.2

Strategies for synergies: Working in interdisciplinary teams

Hannah Glatte, Franziska Brodack, Marie Heidingsfelder


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

A contribution for Jewelry Design Teaching

CLAUDIA REGINA BATISTA


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Analysis of Available Design Implementation Methods

Ricardo Alexandre Leite Martins


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Anatomy of local government/design education collaboration

Adam Thorpe, Alison Prendiville, Lara Salinas, Sarah Rhodes


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Breathing Games: Promoting Respiratory Health Through Co-creation

Maria Frangos, Fabio Balli


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Co–designing with plants: Degrading as an overlooked potential for interior aesthetics based on textile structures

Svenja Keune


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Contemporary Design. Variables and categories

vincenzo maselli


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

DESIGN FOR THE SMART CITIES. Investigation about citizen’s needs and products to improve public places

Marina Puyuelo Cazorla, Lola Merino Sanjuán, Mónica Val Fiel


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Designing for additive manufacturing technologies: a design research methodology

Silvina Luisa Félix, Luis Nuno Coelho Dias, Violeta Catarina Marques Clemente


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

DESIRABILITY IN DESIGN FOR SAFETY: DEVELOPING LIFE JACKET THROUGH CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING METHOD OF TRIZ

Mohammad hossein Namayandegi, Shahin Matin


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Exploring the next urban condition

Adam Fromme, Jeff Haase


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

History of Design through playing

Isabella Patti, Roberta Vita, Francesca Filippi


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Image Management: The Contribution of Design

Emilio Tavora Vilar


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Modes: Multi-sensory Media Experience for Stress-Reduction

Emily Verba Fischer, John Hebbeler


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Multidisciplinary approach for a new vision of urban requalification. Multi-scale strategies of social innovation, economic improvement and environmental sustainability practices.

Annamaria Bagaini, Zoe Balmas, Anna Koryakina, Anna Mangiatordi, Beatrice Jlenia Pesce, Caterina Reccia


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Questioning the Influence of Visual Messages on Cigarette Packages: Proposing Creative Examples

R. HAKAN ERTEP


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Resolving the OcuCheck: A Human-Centered Design Approach

Matthew Lee Bowman, Gina Anne Taylor, Deana McDonagh, Leanne Labriola, Dipanjan Pan


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

The “T” shaped designer expertise. The “reverse-T” shaped designer horizon.

Daniele Baratta


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

The interface design for the application "Price My Job"

CLAUDIA REGINA BATISTA, KAROLINA NUNES TOLENTINO COSTA, ADHEMAR MARIA DO VALLE FILHO


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

The Preemie Pod: A Wearable Incubator Designed for Premature Infants to Engage in Kangaroo Care

Amanda Kathleen Henderson, Deana McDonagh


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Threeing: Incorporating “Relational Circuits” into the Research Encounter

Karl Julius Mendonca, Morgan Russell


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

What is ‘Next’ for Semiotics in Design Research? Searching for epistemological answers in design outcomes.

Felipe Domingues, Salvatore Zingale, Dijon De Moraes



Workshops
 

ROOM 7 (day 1)

11:00-12:00WS.1.1

Designing housing brokerage for social innovation and sustainable urban livings through digital interfaces and experiential data

Thomas Watkin, Marie-Julie Catoir-Brisson, Alain Findeli, Michela Deni, Stéphane Vial


ROOM 7 (day 1)

14:15-15:35WS.1.2

Discussing about “Inclusion in Sharing-Based Services”: a design workshop using an analytic tool

Daniele Busciantella Ricci, Hua Dong, Alessandra Rinaldi, Francesca Tosi


ROOM 7 (day 1)

15:45-16:45WS.1.3

Perspectives on socially and politically oriented practices in design

Bianca Herlo, Andreas Unteidig, Discussants: Wolfgang Jonas, İdil Gaziulusoy and Nicola Morelli



ROOM 7 (day 2)

09:30-10:30WS.2.1

ZOOMANIA IN THE NARCO IMPERIUM The Glorification of the cocaine network

Catalina Maria Jaramillo


ROOM 7 (day 2)

10:40-11:40WS.2.2

Model and mobilise imaginary for innovative experience design

Estelle Berger, Frédérique Pain


ROOM 7 (day 2)

14:15-15:35WS.2.3

Experiencing Technology Enabled Empathy Mapping

Daniel Neubauer, Verena Paepcke-Hjeltness, Pete Evans, Betsy Barnhart, Tor Finseth


ROOM 7 (day 2)

15:45-16:45WS.2.4

Spirit of ’68: The ‘Next’ Role of the Art/Design School?

Joanne Amanda Turney, Alex Franklin



ROOM 7 (day 3)

14:15-15:35WS.3.1

Eco-social design: who pays for it?

Bianca Elzenbaumer, Fabio Franz, Kris Krois, Alvise Mattozzi


ROOM 7 (day 3)

15:45-16:45WS.3.2

Strategies for synergies: Working in interdisciplinary teams

Hannah Glatte, Franziska Brodack, Marie Heidingsfelder



Poster session
 

NOTE: posters will be exhibited for the entire duration of the conference.
During the poster sessions, poster authors should be avaialable for disussing their work with interested visitors.

ROOM 7, day 3, 09:30-12:00

ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

A contribution for Jewelry Design Teaching

CLAUDIA REGINA BATISTA


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Analysis of Available Design Implementation Methods

Ricardo Alexandre Leite Martins


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Anatomy of local government/design education collaboration

Adam Thorpe, Alison Prendiville, Lara Salinas, Sarah Rhodes


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Breathing Games: Promoting Respiratory Health Through Co-creation

Maria Frangos, Fabio Balli


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Co–designing with plants: Degrading as an overlooked potential for interior aesthetics based on textile structures

Svenja Keune


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Contemporary Design. Variables and categories

vincenzo maselli


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

DESIGN FOR THE SMART CITIES. Investigation about citizen’s needs and products to improve public places

Marina Puyuelo Cazorla, Lola Merino Sanjuán, Mónica Val Fiel


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

DESIGN LAB: FOR FUTURE RESEARCH

Ahmet Başkan, Füsun Curaoğlu


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Designing for additive manufacturing technologies: a design research methodology

Silvina Luisa Félix, Luis Nuno Coelho Dias, Violeta Catarina Marques Clemente


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

DESIRABILITY IN DESIGN FOR SAFETY: DEVELOPING LIFE JACKET THROUGH CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING METHOD OF TRIZ

Mohammad hossein Namayandegi, Shahin Matin


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Exploring the next urban condition

Adam Fromme, Jeff Haase


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

From Co-Working Places to New Education Places

Füsun Curaoğlu, Duysal Demirbaş


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

History of Design through playing

Isabella Patti, Roberta Vita, Francesca Filippi


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Image Management: The Contribution of Design

Emilio Tavora Vilar


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Modes: Multi-sensory Media Experience for Stress-Reduction

Emily Verba Fischer, John Hebbeler


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Multidisciplinary approach for a new vision of urban requalification. Multi-scale strategies of social innovation, economic improvement and environmental sustainability practices.

Annamaria Bagaini, Zoe Balmas, Anna Koryakina, Anna Mangiatordi, Beatrice Jlenia Pesce, Caterina Reccia


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Questioning the Influence of Visual Messages on Cigarette Packages: Proposing Creative Examples

R. HAKAN ERTEP


ROOM 7 (day 3)

09:30-12:00POSTER

Resolving the OcuCheck: A Human-Centered Design Approach

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