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Sunday, February 8 • 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Sharing and Showing How through Bridging Design Prototypes Please Register!

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 Through practical exercises, the participants will be walked through the six principles underpinning the BDP approach. Its theoretical underpinnings are derived from user-centred design (Norman, 2002), human-centered product development process (Norman, 1998), inclusive design (Keates & Clarkson, 2003), participatory design (Suchman, 1993) and the theory of meaningful learning (Ausubel, 1968).

 The example cases are drawn from the project outcomes of my master’s students who are in their final year of study. These students have undertaken their projects through internships in collaboration with a start-up or a small and medium-sized company. A few students are themselves entrepreneurs, and can use the course to develop their own entrepreneurial ideas. The outcomes shared have been achieved in 10 weeks with an average time investment of 80 hours, while taking other classes, doing internships, and/or parenting.

The link provided shows 10 slides with a summary of theoretical topics that will be covered in the session, and examples drawn from student projects.

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Gloria Gomez

Assistant Professor, Department of Technology and Innovation, University of Southern Denmark
I am an assistant professor in the Department of Technology and Innovation, Faculty of Engineering, at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU), and contribute to the Department's research activities in human-centred product development. I teach and supervise thesis candidates in the Masters of Product Development and Innovation, in the emphasis of experience design. My applied design research enables innovative areas of practices to emerge in... Read More →

Sunday February 8, 2015 1:30pm - 4:30pm
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