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_id diss_ddssar0211
id diss_ddssar0211
authors Brandt, Eva
year 2001
title Event driven product development – collaboration and learning
source Dept. of Technology and Social Sciences, Technical University of Denmark
summary This dissertation is the result of the research project “Event-Driven Product Development: Collaboration and Learning”. It is an industrial Ph.D. project carried out in collaboration between the company Danfoss A/S, and the Institute of Technology and Social Sciences at the Technical University of Denmark; now the Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Management. The research was funded partly by Danfoss A/S and partly by the Danish Academy of Technical Sciences (ATV), who have named the project EF 609. The research project began in February 1996. I have had three supervisors: Thomas Binder and Jacob Buur both of whom represent Danfoss, and Lauge Baungaard Rasmussen from the Institute of Technology and Social Sciences at the Technical University of Denmark.
series thesis:PhD
email Eva.Brandt@interactiveinstitute.se
more http://space.interactiveinstitute.se/staff/Eva.Brandt/phd.html
last changed 2003/12/15 13:31

_id f4da
authors Oritsland, Trond Are and Buur, Jacob
year 2000
title Taking the Best from a Company History -- Designing with Interaction Styles New Directions for Design
source Proceedings of DIS'00: Designing Interactive Systems: Processes, Practices, Methods, & Techniques 2000 pp. 27-38
summary In architecture and industrial design, the concept of style plays a major role in education as a way of explaining the historical inheritance and comparing alternative design expressions. In this article we claim that interaction design can benefit greatly from an understanding of the concept of style. It can provide designers with strong visions and a sense of direction in designing new interfaces. In particular we focus on Solid User Interface design, i.e. products with small displays and a limited number of keys, because of the tight coupling between interaction and industrial design. The authors share the concern that interaction designers in enthusiasm with new technologies fail to preserve the qualities of use from products with outdated technologies. This paper attempts to formulate an aesthetics of interaction design and reports on experiments with introducing interaction style thinking in a user centred design practice in industry.
keywords Computing Milieux-Management; Systems Analysis and Design; Information Systems; Interaction Styles; Interaction Design; Solid User Interface
series other
last changed 2002/07/07 14:01

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