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Session Overview
Date: Saturday, 25/June/2022
9:00am
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6:00pm
PhD Event - Main day
Location: IED01 IED Kunsthal_Open Space 0
 

Enhancing Saudi Arabia as a Tourist Destination: An Evaluation of Current and Future Branding Approach

Salma Ghulman

Loughborough University, United Kingdom

Date: Sunday, 26/June/2022
9:00am
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12:30pm
PhD Event - Main day
Location: IED01 IED Kunsthal_Open Space 0
9:00am
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1:00pm
Theory beyond text: Instruments for design research
Location: IED03 IED Kunsthal_Room 1.6
Chair: Jacob Buur, University of Southern Denmark

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Theory beyond Text: Instruments for Design Research

Jacob Buur, Mette Gislev Kjærsgaard, Jessica Sorenson, Ayşe Özge Ağça

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

A sound idea: Exploring sonic representations in service design
Location: IED05 IED Kunsthal_Room 1.5
Chair: Vanessa Rodrigues, Linköping University
Chair: Ana Kustrak Korper, Linköping University

This workshop is face-to-face only.

 

A sound idea: exploring sonic representations in service design

Vanessa Rodrigues, Ana Kustrak Korper, Stefan Holmlid

Linköping University, Sweden

9:00am
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6:00pm
Framing complexity in a meaningful way for transition designers
Location: IED02 IED Kunsthal_Room 1.2
Chair: Hannah Goss, TU Delft
Chair: Nynke Tromp, TU Delft

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Framing complexity in a meaningful way for transition designers

Hannah Goss, Nynke Tromp

TU Delft, The Netherlands

10:00am
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1:00pm
Designing with food
Location: IED04 IED Kunsthal_Kitchen
Chair: Isabel Urbano, IED KUNSTHAL
Chair: Adele Orcajada, Basque BioDesign Center

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Designing With Food

Adele Orcajada2, Isabel Urbano1

1: IED KUNSTHAL, Spain; 2: Basque Biodesign Center

2:00pm
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3:30pm
Affirmation excursion: Moving beyond surveys to unlock your stakeholders’ identities
Location: IED05 IED Kunsthal_Room 1.5
Chair: William Nickley, The Ohio State University, Columbus

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Affirmation Excursion: Moving Beyond Surveys to Unlock Your Stakeholders’ Identities

William Nickley, Camille Snyder, Lauren McInroy, Elizabeth Sanders, Travis Scheadler

The Ohio State University, Columbus, United States of America

2:00pm
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6:00pm
Phenomena: Co-designing planetary care through joy
Location: IED03 IED Kunsthal_Room 1.6
Chair: Ruth Guerra, Prague City University

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Phenomena: Co-Designing Planetary Care Through Joy

Ruth Isabel D. Guerra

Prague City University, Czech Republic

What are we talking about when we talk about ‘design’ for policy?
Location: IED07 IED Kunsthal_Room 2.2
Chair: Louise Mullagh, Lancaster University
Chair: Scott Schmidt, Georgetown University
Chair: Leon Cruickshank, Lancaster University

This workshop is held face-to-face.

 

What are we talking about when we talk about ‘design’ for policy?

Louise Mullagh1, Scott Schmidt2, Leon Cruickshank1, Rosendy Galabo1, Nuri Kwon1

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: Georgetown University, USA

Date: Monday, 27/June/2022
8:00am
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12:00pm
Cybernetic Lenses for Designing and Living in a Complex World
Virtual location: Online Room 1 - Workshops
Chair: Josh Andres, The Australian National University
Chair: Ben Sweeting, University of Brighton

This workshop takes place online.

 

Cybernetic Lenses for Designing and Living in a Complex World

Josh Andres1, Alex Zafiroglu1, Katherine Daniell1, Paul Wong1, Mina Henein1, Xuanying Zhu1, Ben Sweeting2, Michael Arnold3, Delia Pembrey Macnamara4, Ariella Helfgott5

1: The Australian National University, Australia; 2: University of Brighton UK; 3: The University of Melbourne Australia; 4: International Society for the Systems Sciences; 5: Collaborative Futures

9:00am
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10:30am
Affirmation excursion: Moving beyond surveys to unlock your stakeholders’ identities
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: William Nickley, The Ohio State University, Columbus

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

9:00am
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1:00pm
Design research methods on sexuality and intimacy
Location: BA08 Bizkaia Aretoa Room_Axular
Chair: Ana Correia de Barros, Fraunhofer Portugal AICOS

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Design Research Methods on Sexuality and Intimacy

Joana Couto Silva, Ana Correia de Barros, Cristina Mendes Santos

Fraunhofer Portugal AICOS, Portugal

9:00am
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6:00pm
Framing methods: Integrating play in design research
Location: BA03 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Oteiza, 1st floor
Chair: BROOKE CHORNYAK, Northeastern University
Chair: Tania Allen, North Carolina State University

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Framing Methods: Integrating Play in Design Research

BROOKE CHORNYAK1, TANIA ALLEN2

1: Northeastern University, United States of America; 2: North Carolina State University, United States of America

Commoning design and designing commoning
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Joanna Saad-Sulonen, IT University of Copenhagen
Chair: Giacomo Poderi, IT University of Copenhagen
Chair: Andrea Botero, Aalto University
Chair: Sanna-Maria Marttila, IT University of Copenhagen

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Commoning Design and Designing Commoning

Sanna Marttila1, Giacomo Poderi1, Joanna Saad-Sulonen1, Andrea Botero2

1: IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 2: Aalto University, Finland

Urban lexicons
Location: EB02 Ensanche Building_Room 2
Chair: Rosanna Vitiello, The Place Bureau / University of the Arts
Chair: Marcus Willcocks, Central Saint Martins, UAL

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Urban Lexicons

Rosanna Vitiello1,2, Diana Ibanez Lopez1, Marcus Willcocks1

1: Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London (UAL) United Kingdom; 2: The Place Bureau

10:00am
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12:30pm
Creating kom-union through rituals of biodesign
Location: BB01 Basque Biodesign Center
Chair: Adele Orcajada, Basque BioDesign Center

This workshop takes place face-to-face. 

 

Creating Kom-Union through Rituals of Biodesign

Adele Orcajada, Betiana Pavón

Basque BioDesign Center, Spain

10:00am
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5:00pm
Awe lab 3.0
Location: EB01 Ensanche Building: Room 1
Chair: Pod Bluman, Royal College Art
Chair: Eva Kukar, Royal College of Art

This workshop is held face-to-face.

 

Awe Lab 3.0

Pod Bluman1, Eva Kukar2, Laura Ferrerello3

1: Royal College Art, United Kingdom; 2: Royal College Art, United Kingdom; 3: Royal College Art, United Kingdom

11:30am
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1:00pm
Beyond tokenistic approaches: How can engaging with vulnerable groups shape the policy-making process?
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Silvia Pau, University of the Arts London
Chair: Natalia Villaman, University of Helsinki

This conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

Beyond tokenistic approaches: How can engaging with vulnerable groups shape the policy-making process?

Silvia Pau1, Natalia Villaman2

1: University of the Arts London, United Kingdom; 2: University of Helsinki, Finland

How might design contribute to a circular economy?
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Mia Münster, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Chair: Susan Evans, Polytechnic University Hong Kong

This conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

How might design contribute to a circular economy?

Mia Münster, Susan Evans, Sylvia Liu

Hong Kong Polytechnic University, School of Design, Hong Kong S.A.R.

 
1:00pm
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5:00pm
DRS International Advisory Council Summit Meeting (closed meeting)
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor

Summit meeting for members of the International Advisory Council and Executive Board of the DRS only.

2:00pm
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6:00pm
Contributing actionable knowledge to design practice
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Marieke Zielhuis, University of Applied Science Utrecht
Chair: Pieter Jan Stappers, Delft University of Technology

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Contributing actionable knowledge to design practice

Marieke Zielhuis1,2, Pieter Jan Stappers2

1: University of Applied Science Utrecht; 2: Delft University of Technology

2:30pm
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4:00pm
Designing living artefacts: Opportunities and challenges for biodesign
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Raphael Kim, TU Delft
Chair: Elvin Karana, Delft University of Technology

Chair: Jiwei Zhou, TU Delft

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

Designing living artefacts: Opportunities and challenges for biodesign

Raphael Kim1, Pat Pataranutaporn2, Ward Groutars3, Jiwei Zhou1, Carole Collet4, Elvin Karana1

1: TU Delft, The Netherlands; 2: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; 3: Avans University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands; 4: Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, United Kingdom

Supporting design research on taboo topics (online)
Location: Online Conversation Space
Chair: Isabel Prochner, Syracuse University

This conversation will only be accessible online.

 

Supporting design research on taboo topics

Isabel Prochner

Syracuse University

 
3:00pm
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6:00pm
Collaging pluralistic futures: a method to leverage creativity of uncommon wisdoms
Virtual location: Online Room 1 - Workshops
Chair: Marysol Ortega Pallanez, Carnegie Mellon University
Chair: Silvana Juri, Carnegie Mellon University
Chair: Sofia Bosch Gomez, Carnegie Mellon University

This workshop takes place online.

 

Collaging pluralistic futures: a method to leverage creativity of uncommon wisdoms

Marysol Ortega Pallanez1, Silvana Juri2, Sofía Bosch Gómez3

1: Carnegie Mellon University; 2: Carnegie Mellon University, SARAS Institute; 3: Carnegie Mellon University

4:30pm
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6:00pm
Collective dialogues on motherhood for feminist futures (online)
Location: Online Conversation Space
Chair: Dina Benbrahim, University of Arkansas
Chair: Bree McMahon, University of Arkansas

Additional Chair: Ryan Gibboney, Juniata College
Additional Chair: Ashley Doughty, University of Nevada

This Conversation will only be accessible online.

 

Collective dialogues on motherhood for feminist futures

Dina Benbrahim1, Bree McMahon1, Ryan Gibboney2, Ashley Doughty3

1: University of Arkansas, United States of America; 2: Juniata College, United States of America; 3: University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States of America

7:00pm
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9:00pm
Keynote debate 1: Urban habitats
Location: GM01 Guggenheim Museum_Auditorium
Chair: Sara Lenzi, Center for Design, Northeastern University
Chair: Peter Lloyd, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Juan Sádaba, University of the Basque Country

This keynote session will also be streamed live to the main venue auditorium (Bizkaia Aretoa) and online.

Keynote Speakers:

Christos Passas, Zaha Hadid Architects

Maria Hurtado de Mendoza, Estudio Entresitio

Programme:

18:30 Doors Opening
19:00 Conference Opening
19:30 Keynote Debate`
21:15 Drinks and Dinner

Conference Proceedings: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.cv001

Date: Tuesday, 28/June/2022
9:00am
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10:30am
Designing with bodily materials
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Laura Devendorf, CU Boulder
Chair: Madeline Balaam, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Chair: Marie Louise Juul Søndergaard, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design
 

More-than-human Fluid Speculations

Paulina Yurman

Central St Martin's College of Art and Design, United Kingdom



Designing hair

Saúl Baeza1,2, Kristina Andersen2, Oscar Tomico1,2

1: ELISAVA Research, Barcelona, Spain; 2: Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands



Designing with chemical haptics

Jasmine Lu

University of Chicago, United States of America



Objects of Care

Sasha de Koninck, Laura Devendorf

University of Colorado Boulder, United States of America

Designing transformative futures
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor
Chair: Ann Light, University of Sussex
Chair: Colin M. Gray, Purdue University
Chair: Kristina Lindström, Malmö University
Chair: Dan Lockton, Eindhoven University of Technology
Chair: Chris Speed, University of Edinburgh

Additional Chair: Laura Forlano, Illinois Institute of Technology
Additional Chair: Lara Houston, University of Sussex

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

Designing transformative futures

Ann Light1,2, Laura Forlano3, Colin M Gray4, Lara Houston1, Kristina Lindström2, Dan Lockton5, Chris Speed6

1: University of Sussex, United Kingdom; 2: Malmö University; 3: Illinois Institute of Technology; 4: Purdue University; 5: TU Eindhoven; 6: University of Edinburgh

Ethics as creativity in design
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Wouter Eggink, University of Twente
Chair: Steven Dorrestijn, Saxion
 

Biodesign for a culture of life: of microbes, ethics, and design

Rachel Armstrong

KU Leuven, Belgium



Ethics, design, and creativity: A fruitful combination

Wouter Eggink1, Steven Dorrestijn2, Karin van der Heijden2, Ilse Ouwens3

1: University of Twente, the Netherlands; 2: Saxion University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands; 3: Cibap, Vocational School for Design, the Netherlands



Plagiarism or reference? Exploring the detection criteria and solutions of visual design plagiarism

Shenglan Cui, Fang Liu, Yinman Guo, Wei Wang

Hunan University, China



Ethics through Design

Maria Alejandra Luján Escalante1, Luke Moffat2, Monika Büscher2

1: University of the Arts London: London College of Communication, United Kingdom; 2: Lancaster University, Sociology Department

Wellbeing, happiness, and health 1
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Leandro Miletto Tonetto, Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos
Chair: Ann Petermans, Hasselt University
 

“What makes you feel relaxed in nature?”: Exploring nature-based stimuli as inspiration for designing relaxing experiences

Chan Mi Kim, Thomas J. L. Van Rompay, Geke D. S. Ludden

University of Twente, the Netherlands



Embodiments of compassion in caring and non-caring products: Exploring design for values with a multisensory approach

Benedetta Lusi, Geke Dina Simone Ludden, Randy Klaassen, Charlotte Marie van Lotringen, Matthijs Noordzij

University of Twente, Netherlands, The



Healthricious: improving an existing mobile app for healthy eating to support groups at risk of COVID-19

Sander Hermsen

OnePlanet Research Center, Netherlands, The



With or Without Emoji? The Effect of Emoji on Risk Perception and Preventive Behaviors in Health Information

Tingyi S. Lin, Yue Luo

National Taiwan University of Science & Technology, Taiwan



Design for patient empowerment: Guidelines to design for supporting the self-management of people living with chronic conditions

Teksin Kopanoglu1,2, Katie Beverley2, Dominic Eggbeer2, Andrew Walters2

1: CSAD Cardiff School of Arts and Design, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff, UK; 2: PDR International Centre for Design and Research, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff, UK

My architect and I: A role-playing workshop to improve housing design service
Location: EB02 Ensanche Building_Room 2
Chair: Yaprak Hamarat, University of Liege

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

My Architect and I: A role-playing workshop to improve housing design service

Yaprak Hamarat, Çiğdem Yönder, Audrey Mertens, Catherine Elsen

University of Liege, Belgium

     
9:00am
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1:00pm
Envision workshop: Multimodal research for design using machine learning
Location: EB01 Ensanche Building: Room 1
Chair: Joaquin Santuber, Hasso-Plattner-Institute, University of Potsdam
Chair: Babajide Owoyele, Hasso Plattner Institute- HPI Stanford Design Thinking Research Programme

This workshop takes place in a hybrid format.

 

Envision Workshop: Multimodal Research for Design using Machine Learning

Joaquin Santuber1,2, Babajide Owoyele1,2, Wim Pouw3, James Trujillo3, Aleksandra Cwiek4, Gerard de Melo1, Jonathan A. Edelman2

1: Hasso-Plattner-Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany; 2: The Center for Advanced Design Studies; 3: Donders Institute, Radboud University; 4: Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft

Gender and agency: Care as a facilitator towards alternative futures
Virtual location: Online Room 1 - Workshops
Chair: Andrea Navarrete, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Chair: Krity Gera, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

This workshop takes place online.

 

Gender and agency: Care as a facilitator towards alternative futures

Andrea Navarrete, Krity Gera

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)

10:30am
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11:30am
Morning Break
Location: BA00 Bizkaia Aretoa_Terrace Area, 1st floor

Morning Coffee Break

11:00am
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12:30pm
Utilizing eye-tracking technology in design education
Location: EB02 Ensanche Building_Room 2
Chair: Bryan Howell, Brigham Young University
Chair: Asa Jackson, Brigham Young University

This workshop is held face-to-face. 

Please note, that participants need to bring their own laptops.

 

Utilizing Eye-Tracking Technology in Design Education

Bryan Howell, Addie Payne Morgan, Asa Jackson, Seth Christensen

Brigham Young University, United States of America

11:30am
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1:00pm
Biodesign
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Anna Vallgårda, IT University of Copenhagen
Chair: Sofie Boons, UWE

This session will continue until 13:15 as it has 6 paper presentations.

 

Method of mapping interdisciplinary research and practice at the intersection of biology and design

Veronika Kapsali

University of Arts London, United Kingdom



Sustainable approaches to textile design: lessons from biology

Veronika Kapsali, Cathryn Hall

University of Arts London, United Kingdom



Bio-based plastics in durable applications: the future of sustainable product design? A design review

Puck Bos, Conny Bakker, Ruud Balkenende, Benjamin Sprecher

Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands



Living with living artefacts: Six concepts for designing user acceptance of living artefacts

Simone van den Broek, Alwin de Rooij, Michel van Dartel

Centre of Applied Research for Art, Design and Technology, Avans University of Applied Sciences



New perspectives in fashion sustainability through the use of bacterial cellulose

Patrizia Bolzan1, Daria Casciani1, Arianna Regaglia2

1: Politecnico di Milano, Department of Design, Italy; 2: Politecnico di Milano, School of Design, Italy



Is This Alive? - Towards a Vocabulary for Understanding and Communicating Living Material Experiences

Hazal Ertürkan1,2, Elvin Karana1,2, Ruth Mugge1

1: Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology; 2: CARADT, Avans University of Applied Sciences

The desire to excel in design education: Have we pushed it too far?
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor
Chair: Marie Van den Bergh, Delft university of Technology
Chair: Mieke van der Bijl-Brouwer, TU Delft
Chair: Rebecca Price, Delft University of Technology

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

The desire to excel in design education: Have we pushed it too far?

Marie Van den Bergh, Mieke van der Bijl-Brouwer, Rebecca Price

Delft university of Technology, Netherlands

Graphics and spirituality
Location: BA03 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Oteiza, 1st floor
Chair: Estelle Berger, Strate School of Design
Chair: Timothy Cowlishaw, BAU Centro Universitario de Diseño de Barcelona

This session will finish at 12:30 as it has 3 paper presentations.

 

Design as posture: Developing enlightened subjectivity with the philosophy of Yoga

Estelle Berger

Strate School of Design, France



Visual communication design as a form of mindfulness-based intervention

Jesvin Puay-Hwa Yeo, Chua-Tee Teo, Reuben Tay

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore



Graphic design and artificial intelligence: Interdisciplinary challenges for designers in the search for research collaboration

Yaron Meron

University of Sydney, Australia

Tangible embedded / Objects practices
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Miriam Sturdee, Lancaster University
Chair: Carmem Saito, Royal College of Art
 

A More-than-Human Right-to-Repair

Michael Stead, Paul Coulton

Imagination, Lancaster University, United Kingdom



Experiencing Mundane AI Futures

Matthew Pilling1, Paul Coulton1, Thomas Lodge2, Andy Crabtree2, Alan Chamberlain2

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: Nottingham University, United Kingdom



How smart clothing can mediate the space between users and their environment, a case study using face masks

Stijn Ossevoort, Miguel Bruns

Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, The



Designing Experiences for IoT Products: A Case Study Testing Existing UX Frameworks

Zidong Lin, Ashley Hall, Bjorn Sommer

Royal College of Art, United Kingdom

Schon's design inquiry: Pragmatist epistemology of practice
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Frithjof Wegener, Warwick Business School
Chair: Brian Dixon, Ulster University

This session will continue until 13:15 as it has 6 paper presentations.

Link to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1069

 

Remaking the social: Dialogical, creative, and cooper-ative capacities of thought at Hull House

Matthew DelSesto

Boston College, United States of America



Touch ground: Introducing design inquiry in higher education

Guido Stompff1, Manon Joosten1, Andrea Prince1, Marleen Claessens2, Willy Geurts1, Anja Köppchen3

1: Inholland University of Applied sciences, Netherlands, The; 2: Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Netherlands, the; 3: Discovery Museum, Netherlands, The



It’s complicated: Dewey, Schön and reflection-in-action

Laureline Chiapello1, Rabah Bousbaci2

1: Université de Québec à Chicoutimi, Canada; 2: Université de Montréal



Re-framing design and designers: studying design processes through a Pragmatist lens

Kristiane Marie Lindland

University of Stavanger, Norway



Pragmatism, Design and Public Sector Innovation: Reflections on action

Rodger Watson, Kees Dorst

University of Technology Sydney, Australia



A theoretical model for dtudying fesign inquiry in a real-world context

Dave Hawey

University of Quebec at Chicoutimi, Canada

Wellbeing, happiness, and health 2
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Rebecca Cain, Loughborough University
Chair: Ann Petermans, Hasselt University

This session will continue until 13:15 as it has 6 paper presentations.

Link to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1062

 

A Case Study of Medicalized Wellness Clinic Design Process and Result in the Context of an Emerging Wellness Service Market

Jinoh Park1, Damhui Kim2

1: University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; 2: clinic.eausoeroc



Potential benefits of designing Immersive technologies to reduce anxiety in the perioperative patient journey

Nikou Javadi, Ian Gwilt, Aaron Davis

University of South Australia, Australia



Investigating the Design Opportunities for Mood Self-Tracking and Regulating

Renate Overdijk1, Deniz Iren2, Armağan Karahanoğlu3

1: University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands; 2: Actionable Research Center, Open Universiteit, Heerlen, ZL, Netherlands; 3: Faculty of Engineering Technology, Interaction Design Research Group, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands



Fragments of frictions: A route to spatial manoeuvres for uplifting wellbeing in school environments

Ruth Stevens

Hasselt University, Belgium



Secret Dance and Bring Light: Enhancing User Autonomy with Directional Ambiguity in Positive Emotion Regulation Interventions

Jeremy Faulk, Oluwanifemi Oluwadairo, JungKyoon Yoon

Cornell University, United States of America



Tinder and heartbeats: wellbeing in the use of dating applications

Petra Salaric1, Prof. Rebecca Cain1, Dr. Emilene Zitkus1, Dr. Valentijn Visch2

1: Loughborough University, United Kingdom; 2: Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands

   
1:00pm
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2:30pm
Lunch Break
Location: BA00 Bizkaia Aretoa_Terrace Area, 1st floor

Lunch Break and Networking

Consequence scanning beyond human perspectives in biodesign
Location: EB02 Ensanche Building_Room 2
Chair: Sander Välk, Imperial College London

This workshop is held face-to-face.

 

Ideation and Consequence Scanning Beyond Human Perspectives in Biodesign

Sander Välk1, Yuning Chen2, Mimi Nguyen1, Tuukka Toivonen3, Celine Mougenot1

1: Imperial College London, United Kingdom; 2: Biomimicry Innovation Lab; 3: Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London

2:00pm
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6:00pm
Anticipating the impact of design projects: Contributions to the SDGs
Location: EB01 Ensanche Building: Room 1
Chair: Catarina Lelis, University of Aveiro

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Anticipating the impact of design projects: contributions to the SDGs

Catarina Lelis

University of Aveiro, Portugal

2:30pm
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4:00pm
Design methods and transdisciplinary practices 1
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Deger Ozkaramanli, University of Twente
Chair: Cristina Zaga, University of Twente

This session will continue until 16:15 as it has 6 paper presentations.

LInk to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1054

 

Design, one piece of the puzzle – a conceptual and practical perspective on transdisciplinary design

Mieke van der Bijl-Brouwer

TU Delft, Netherlands, The



Learning from creative biology: promoting transdisciplinarity through vocabularies of practice

Larissa Pschetz1, Carolina Ramirez-Figueroa2, Joe Revans1

1: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 2: Royal College of Art, United Kingdom



Positioning design in transdisciplinary collaborations – Experiences from a smart city consortium project

Anouk Geenen, Deger Özkaramanli, Julieta Matos-Castaño, Mascha van der Voort

University of Twente, The Netherlands



Towards a lifecycle of design methods

Jakob Clemen Lavrsen1, Jaap Daalhuizen1, Sara Dømler1,2, Kristine Fisker1,2

1: Technical University of Denmark - DTU; 2: ProInvent A/S



Service Journeys as Boundary Objects in Participatory Processes for Multi-stakeholder Engagement – the Case of the easyRights Journeys

Maria Vitaller del Olmo, Nicola Morelli

Aalborg University, Denmark



Coming to terms with design wickedness: Reflections from a Forum Theatre on design thinking

Carmem Saito1, Bibiana Oliveira Serpa2, Rafaela Angelon3, Frederick van Amstel3

1: Royal College of Art, UK; 2: ESDI, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 3: Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná, Brazil

Guiding the PhD in design: Experiences from six programmes
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor
Chair: Pieter Jan Stappers, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Lucia Rampino, Politecnico di Milano
Chair: Sampsa Hyysalo, Aalto University
Chair: Weston Baxter, Imperial College London

Chair: Carlos Texiera, Illisnois Institute of Technology

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

Guiding the PhD in design: Experiences from six programmes

Pieter Jan Stappers1, Lucia Rampino2, Sampsa Hyysalo3, Weston Baxter4, Carlos Teixeira5

1: Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The; 2: Politecnico di Milano; 3: Aalto University; 4: Imperial College London; 5: Illinois Institute of Technology

Designing for transitions and transformations
Location: BA03 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Oteiza, 1st floor
Chair: Femke Coops, Eindhoven University of Technology
Chair: Kees Dorst, UTS
Chair: Bruce Goldstein, University of Colorado Boulder
Chair: Caroline Hummels, Eindhoven University of Technology

Chair: İdil GaziulusoyAalto University, Finland
Chair: Derk Loorbach, Erasmus University Rotterdam

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

Designing for transitions and transformations

Femke Coops1,2, Kees Dorst3, İdil Gaziulusoy4, Bruce Evan Goldstein5, Caroline Hummels1, Derk Loorbach2,6

1: Eindhoven University of Technology; 2: Design Impact Transition (DIT) Platform, Erasmus University Rotterdam; 3: University of Technology Sydney; 4: Aalto University; 5: University of Colorado Boulder; 6: Dutch Research Institute for Transitions (DRIFT)

Sound and design 1
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Stefano Delle Monache, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Nicolas Misdariis, Ircam
Chair: Elif Özcan, Delft University of Technology
 

Sounds that satisfy: Describing the relationship between sound and need fulfilment

Gijs Louwers1, Elif Özcan1, Jasper Van Bommel2, Sylvia Pont1

1: Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands; 2: Erasmus Medical Center, the Netherlands



Towards a quieter Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Current approaches and design opportunities

Simone Spagnol1,2,3, Núria Viñas Vila2, Almila Akdag Salah4, Tom Goos2,3, Irwin Reiss3, Elif Özcan2,3

1: Iuav University of Venice, Italy; 2: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 3: Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; 4: Utrecht University, The Netherlands



Listening tests for sound design: Faster optimization through lower-dimensional parameter spaces

Tom Barker1,4, Joana Vieira2,4,5, Frederico Pereira2, Rui Marques2, Guilherme Campos3

1: Emotech Ltd, London UK; 2: Center for Computer Graphics, Guimarães. Portugal; 3: Universidade do Aveiro, Portugal; 4: ALGORITMI Research Centre, University of Minho, Guimarães, Portugal; 5: CIAUD Research Centre, Lisbon School of Architecture, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal



A designerly approach to the sonification of Electric Vehicles

Sara Lenzi1, Juan Sádaba2, Paolo Ciuccarelli1

1: Center for Design, Northeastern University; 2: School of Architecture, Universidad del Pais Vasco UPV/EHU



Soundscape Gardens: An Evaluation on use of the Northern Ireland Hospice’s Sound Garden Installation

Isaac Gibson, Pedro Rebelo, Craig Jackson

Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom

Design methods for sensing and experience
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Paul Hekkert, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Teksin Kopanoglu, Cardiff Metropolitan University
 

Towards a Standard : Designing an Open Source Clay Measuring Tool

Tavs Jorgensen, Sonny Lightfoot

Univeristy of the West of Engalnd, United Kingdom



Exploring the effect of visual and auditory information in haptic experience

Xinyi Gao1, Wei Wang1, Fangli Song1,2, Fang Liu1

1: Hunan University, China, People's Republic of; 2: School of Design, Georgia Institute of Technology



Toward a Method of Psychological Ownership Mapping

Michelle Cedeño1, Weston Baxter1, Talya Porat1, Joann Peck2

1: Imperial College London, United Kingdom; 2: University of Wisconsin Madison



Biosensor Measures of Human Emotion

Brodie Kershaw, Stuart Favilla, David Sly

Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Healthcare experience
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Tek-Jin Nam, KAIST
Chair: Anya Petyaeva, University of Cambridge
 

Designing menstruation - An examination into the influence of experiences on the use of menstrual products.

Ihsan Kamil, Muireann McMahon

School of Design, Univesity of Limerick, Ireland



Towards a toolkit to empower young autistic adults: Using grounded theory to analyze ten design case studies

Niels van Huizen1, Thijs Waardenburg2, Nathalie Overdevest1, Jelle van Dijk1, Wouter Staal3, Mascha van der Voort1

1: University of Twente, The Netherlands; 2: HAN University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands; 3: Leiden University, The Netherlands



The State of Inclusive and Human-Centred Design in Oral Healthcare

Isobel Leason, Farnaz Nickpour

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom



Filling in the Gaps: Navigating the Human Experience of COVID

Christopher Rice1, Xinrui Xu2, Lara Chehab3, Santosh Basapur4, Serena Jing5, Sean Molloy1, Aalap Doshi6, Kim Erwin4

1: North York General Hospital, Canada; 2: Rush University, Chicago, USA; 3: University of California – San Francisco, California, USA; 4: IIT Institute of Design, Chicago, USA; 5: Stanford University, California, USA; 6: University of Michigan, Michigan, USA

Exploring the Biophysical Context
Virtual location: Online Room 1 - Workshops
Chair: PINAR CEYHAN, Lancaster University
Chair: Elisavet Christou, Lancaster University
Chair: Violet Owen, Lancaster University

This workshop takes place online.

 

Exploring the Biophysical Context

Pınar Ceyhan, Elisavet Christou, Violet Owen

Lancaster University, United Kingdom

 
3:00pm
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6:00pm
Making responsible design education happen
Location: EB02 Ensanche Building_Room 2
Chair: Joanna Boehnert, Loughborough University

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Making Responsible Design Education Happen

Joanna Boehnert, Matt Sinclair, Marianna J. Coulentianos

Loughborough University, United Kingdom

4:00pm
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5:00pm
Afternoon break
Location: BA00 Bizkaia Aretoa_Terrace Area, 1st floor

Afternoon Refreshment Break

5:00pm
-
6:30pm
Design Methods and transdisciplinary practices 2
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Deger Ozkaramanli, University of Twente
Chair: Cristina Zaga, University of Twente

This session will continue until 18:45 as it has 6 paper presentations.

LInk to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1054

 

Material metaphors - an approach to collaborative knowledge production in transdisciplinary sustainability research

Daniela Peukert

Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany



Crafting in the backstage: materiality and the changing work of designers

Natalja Laurey1, Marleen Huysman2, Maura Soekijad2

1: TU Delft, Netherlands, The; 2: VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands



How might we evaluate co-design? A literature review on existing practices

Zixuan Wang, Tingting Jiang, Jiawen Huang, Yixuan Tai, Paola Maria Trapani

College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, Shanghai, China



A co-design method for museums to engage migrant communities with cultural heritage

Vanessa Cesário, Valentina Nisi

ITI/LARSyS, IST University of Lisbon, Portugal



Supporting Research on Gender and Design Amongst STEAM Researchers in the Souths: a Case Study of Subsumption in Design Methods

Chiara Del Gaudio1, Bjarki Hallgrimsson1, Dominique Marshall2

1: School of Industrial Design, Carleton University, Canada; 2: Department of History, Carleton University, Canada



S+S - spatial Design + Service Design: framing a transdisciplinary perspective

Annalinda De Rosa1, Gea Sasso2

1: Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2: Sketchin - SWITZERLAND, School of Design of Politecnico di Milano - ITALY

Design for behaviour change: Taking the long view fast
Location: BA03 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Oteiza, 1st floor
Chair: Kristina Niedderer, Manchester Metropolitan University
Chair: Shital Desai, York University
 

Reflection during goal setting: An analysis of popular personal informatics apps

Tina Ekhtiar, Rúben Gouveia, Armağan Karahanoğlu, Geke Ludden

University of Twente, Netherlands, The



Manta and Cactaceae – Rehabilitative smartphone accessories for people with chronic mild stroke impairments

Mailin Lemke1, Edgar Rodríguez Ramírez1, Brian Robinson2

1: School of Design; Victoria University of Wellington; New Zealand; 2: School of Nursing; Midwifery, and Health Practice; Victoria University of Wellington; New Zealand



Designing appropriate things: An experiential perspective on the effectiveness of artefacts in contributing to behaviour change

Thomas van Arkel, Nynke Tromp

TU Delft, The Netherlands



Are stereotypes, such as the ‘headclutcher’, in stock images for mental illness stigmatizing?

Laura Orton

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

Sound and design 2
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Stefano Delle Monache, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Nicolas Misdariis, Ircam
Chair: Elif Özcan, Delft University of Technology
 

Audiovisual Sonifications. A design map for multisensory integration in data representation

Valentina Caiola1, Sara Lenzi2, Dina Riccò1

1: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2: Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts



Functional and Sensible: Patient Monitoring Alarm Tones Designed with Those Who Hear Them

Avery Sen1, Yoko Sen1, Matt Barile1, Sage Palmedo1, Andreas Walden2, Vitor Vicente Antunes2

1: Sen Sound, United States of America; 2: Philips Medical Systems, Germany



Soundscapes for storytelling and meaningful activity in dementia care

Maarten Houben1, Melvin van Berlo1, Gail Kenning2, Rens Brankaert1,3

1: Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, the Netherlands; 2: University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia; 3: Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Eindhoven, the Netherlands



Soundscape design for historical buildings as a sonic place-making process

Anne-Sofie Udsen, Kim Halskov

Aarhus University, Denmark



Investigating the sound design process: two case studies from radio and film production

Rod Selfridge, Sandra Pauletto

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Embodying experiential knowledge
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Spyros Bofylatos, University of the Aegean
Chair: Camilla Groth, University of South-Eastern Norway
 

From Wine Tasting to Materials Sensorial Perception: a Framework for Materials Experience

Niki Boukouvala, Spyros Bofylatos

University of the Aegean, Greece



5:00pm - 5:15pm

The unfolding of textileness in Animated Textiles: An exploration of woven textile-forms

Alice Buso, Holly McQuillan, Kaspar Jansen, Elvin Karana

Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The



5:15pm - 5:30pm

Intertwining Material Science and Textile Thinking: Aspects of Contrast and Collaboration

Emmi Pouta, Riia Vidgren, Jaana Vapaavuori, Mithila Mohan

Aalto University, Finland



5:30pm - 5:45pm

Design Placebos for the Impossibility of Empathy in Videotelephony

Nesli Hazal Oktay

Estonian Academy of Arts, Estonia

Linking human and planetary health
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Emmanuel Tsekleves, Lancaster University
Chair: Cláudia de Souza Libânio, Federal University of Health Sciences of Porto Alegre
 

‘Making the dust fly’: (a case study of) design research promoting health and sustainability in addressing household infections

Emmanuel Tsekleves1, Collins Ahorlu2, Andy Darby1, Roger Pickup3, Dziedzom de Souza2, Daniel Boakye2

1: ImaginationLancaster, Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, University of Ghana, Ghana; 3: Biomedical and Life Sciences, Lancaster University, United Kingdom



Design contributions in generating innovative solutions for human and planetary health

Patricia Raquel Bohn1, Emanuele Konig1, Leandro Miletto Tonetto2, Claudia de Souza Libanio1

1: UFCSPA, Brazil; 2: UNISINOS, Brazil



5:00pm - 5:15pm

Service Design for Experience in Forest Therapy: 
A Case study in Xitou Nature Education Area

Ti-Yu Su1, Hsien-Hui Tang1, Shu-Yi Chen2

1: National Taiwan University of Science and Technology; 2: Ming Chuan University



Tree Box: Designing embedded and embodied interaction for contemplative experiences in nature-rich environments

Sónia Matos1,3, Daniel Sousa2

1: Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 2: Gaspar Frutuoso Foundation, The University of the Azores, Azores, Portugal; 3: Interactive Technologies Institute, LARSyS, Portugal



Designing digital health for hip osteoarthritis self-care in Brazil: a study on patients’ socioeconomic profile and media preferences

Sara Goldchmit1, Katarina Tsuzuki1, Marcelo Queiroz2, Nayra Rabelo3, Walter Ricioli Junior2, Giancarlo Polesello2

1: University of Sao Paulo, Brazil; 2: Santa Casa de Sao Paulo School of Medical Sciences; 3: Universidade Nove de Julho

Mapping historical research methods in design practice (online)
Location: Online Conversation Space
Chair: Aggie Toppins, Washington University in St. Louis

Chair: Briar Levit, Portland State University, US

This Conversation will only be accessible online.

 

Mapping historical research methods in design practice

Aggie Toppins1, Briar Levit2

1: Washington University in St. Louis, United States of America; 2: Portland State University, United States of America

   
7:30pm
-
10:30pm
The Echoing River - Performance
Location: Espacio Open
Chair: John Fass, London College of Communication (LCC)

This if the final performance of the DRS2022 Lab "The Echoing River". Open to all conference attendees.

Date: Wednesday, 29/June/2022
9:00am
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10:30am
Rethinking design for a complex world 1
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Cecilia Landa-Avila, Loughborough University
Chair: Sofia Bosch Gomez, Carnegie Mellon University
Chair: Sine Celik, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Ben Sweeting, University of Brighton
Chair: Josina Vink, Oslo School of Architecture & Design (AHO)
 
9:00am - 9:15am

Co-designing the future in complex systems

Aaron Davis1, Niki Wallace2, Ian Gwilt1, Anna Ledtischke3, Richie Khoo1

1: University of South Australia, Australia; 2: University of the Arts London; 3: University of Western Sydney



9:15am - 9:30am

Design Disciplines in the age of Climate Change: systemic views on current and potential roles

Håkan Edeholt, Jomy Joseph

Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway



9:30am - 9:45am

Improvisational Design Dialogue: exploring relational design encounters as means to dismantle oppression in design.

Brendon Clark, Nicholas B. Torretta

Umeå Institute of Design - Umeå University



9:45am - 10:00am

How Actor-Network Mapping informs the early stages of System Innovation: a case study

Lucy Johanna Stuyfzand, Julie Bregenov Jönsson, Amalia de Götzen

Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark



Articulating Theories of Change Towards More Just and Transformative Design Practices

Hillary Carey, Madeline Sides, Erica Dorn

Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America

Pedagogies of bioinclusive design
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor
Chair: Pawel Pokutycki, Royal Academy of Art (KABK)
Chair: Elisa Bertolotti, UMA - Universidade Da Madeira

Chair: Valentina Vezzani, University of Madeira

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

Pedagogies of bioinclusive design

Pawel Pokutycki1, Elisa Bertolotti2, Valentina Vezzani3, Carlos Cobreros Rodríguez4

1: Royal Academy of Art (KABK), The Netherlands; 2: University of Madeira (UMa), Portugal; 3: University of Madeira (UMa), Portugal; 4: Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico

What legal design could be: Towards an expanded practice of inquiry, critique, and action 1
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Sankalp Bhatnagar, NuLawLab, Northeastern University School of Law
Chair: Jules Rochielle Sievert, Northeastern University School of Law
Chair: Miso Kim, Northeastern University
Chair: Dan Jackson, NuLawLab - Northeastern University School of Law
 

Disciplinarity and the modes of Legal Design

MICHAEL DOHERTY

Lancaster University, United Kingdom



Legal design could and should be more sociolegal

Amanda Perry-Kessaris

University of Kent, United Kingdom



Liberatory Legal Design and Radical Imagination

Hallie Jay Pope

University of Utah, United States of America



Beyond design thinking and into speculative futures in legal design

Karma Dabaghi

Lebanese American University, Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)



James v Birnmann - The potential of critical design for examining legal issues

Phoebe Walton

Royal College of Art, United Kingdom

Healthcare systems
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Stella Boess, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Haiou Zhu, Loughborough University

This session will finish at 10:00 as it has 3 paper presentations.

 

Design research at the border of art, technology, and healthcare: Interdisciplinary challenges of games for health research

Aslihan Tece Bayrak

Media Design School, New Zealand



Health Information Design Model (HIDeM): a replicable model of the design process for data-intensive applications in health informatics

Antonio Solano1, Miso Kim2

1: Flatiron Health; 2: Northeastern University, United States of America



Systematic Review of Community-Led Initiatives Fighting the Opioid Crisis and Opportunities for Design.

Sebastian Ramirez-Loaiza, Claudia Rebola

University of Cincinnati, United States of America

Doing and undoing post-anthropocentric design
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Li Jönsson, Malmö University
Chair: Martín Tironi, Pontificie Universidad Católica de Chile
Chair: Pablo Hermansen, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Chair: Alex Wilkie, Goldsmiths University of London

This session will continue until 10:45 as it has 6 paper presentations.

Link to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1068

 

DESIGNING & WORLDING: PROTOTYPING EQUIVOCAL ENCOUNTERS

Pablo Hermansen, Martín Tironi

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile



Design beyond the human world of management and organizations: Towards a cosmology for the Anthropocene

Emmanuel Bonnet1, Diego Landivar1, Alexandre Monnin1, Ulises Navarro Aguiar2

1: ESC Clermont Business School, France; 2: HDK-Valand Academy of Art and Design, University of Gothenburg, Sweden



Narrating Ecological Grief and Hope Through Reproduction and Translations

Li Jönsson, Kristina Lindström

Malmö University, Sweden



Making-with the environment through more-than-human design

Berilsu Tarcan, Ida Nilstad Pettersen, Ferne Edwards

NTNU, Norway



Shitty stories: Experimenting with probiotic participation through design

Tau Lenskjold, Danielle Wilde

SDU, Denmark



Why would I ever fry and eat my SCOBY? It would be like murder! – Attuning to nonhumans through kombucha fermentation practices

Aybars Senyildiz1, Emilija Veselova2

1: Department of Design, Aalto University, Finland; 2: NODUS Sustainable Design Research Group, Department of Design, Aalto University, Finland

 
9:00am
-
1:00pm
Plumbing the Machine Learning Pipeline: how Constraints affect our Good Intentions
Location: EB02 Ensanche Building_Room 2
Chair: Natalia Avlona, University of Copenhagen
Chair: Jacob T. Browne, Philips

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Plumbing the Machine Learning Pipeline: how Constraints affect our Good Intentions

Mireia Yurrita Semperena1, Jacob Browne Browne2, Natalia-Rozalia Avlona3, Pamela Gil Salas4

1: IDE, Delft University of Technology; 2: Philips; 3: Computer Science, University of Copenhagen; 4: Umeå Institute of Design)

9:00am
-
3:00pm
Participatory ecological storytelling
Location: EB01 Ensanche Building: Room 1
Chair: Elise Talgorn, Royal Philips / Delft University of Technology

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Participatory Ecological Storytelling

Elise Talgorn

Royal Philips / Delft University of Technology

10:00am
-
1:00pm
Zorrotzaurre: Images, community and partnerships in practice (closed-door session)
Location: Bilbao Ekintza
Chair: Natxo Rodríguez Arkaute, UPV/EHU

This session is open only to the lab's participants.

10:30am
-
11:30am
Morning Break
Location: BA00 Bizkaia Aretoa_Terrace Area, 1st floor

Morning Coffee Break

11:30am
-
1:00pm
Rethinking design for a complex world 2
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Cecilia Landa-Avila, Loughborough University
Chair: Ben Sweeting, University of Brighton
Chair: Josina Vink, Oslo School of Architecture & Design (AHO)
Chair: Sine Celik, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Sofia Bosch Gomez, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Engaging with competing demands in systems through design: Fostering a paradox lens

Rike Neuhoff1, Olivia Harre2, Luca Simeone1, Lea Holst Laursen1, Lene Nielsen2

1: Aalborg University, Denmark; 2: IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark



11:30am - 11:45am

Social commoning as a way to transition towards alternative systems by design

Julia Schaeper1, Sumit Kothari2, Gillian Hamilton3

1: London College of Communication, University of the Arts London; 2: Institute for Sustainable Resources, University College London; 3: Twig Sustainability Consulting



11:45am - 12:00pm

Teixint Superilles: a grassroots project of participatory design for inclusive public spaces

Clément Rames1,5, Mireia Lozano Carbassé1,2, Lea Karrasch1,3, Roger Guilemany Casas1,4

1: aquí bcn; 2: United Cities and Local Governments; 3: IED Istituto Europeo di Design; 4: ELISAVA School of Design and Engineering; 5: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya



12:00pm - 12:15pm

Design experiments for a development organisation in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest

Simone Mello Pereira Uriartt1, Sine Celik2, Peter Lloyd3

1: Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The; 2: Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The; 3: Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The



12:15pm - 12:30pm

Systemic Assessment as a tool for the Design Process

Juan de la Rosa1,2

1: Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia; 2: University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA



Backcasting as a design device to support grassroots system change: insights from a case study on future energy pathways in rural Kenya

Fiona Lambe1, Anne Nyambane2, Stefan Holmlid3

1: Stockholm Environment Institute, Linköping University; 2: International Centre for Frugal Innovation; 3: Linköping University

Who designs for policy?
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor
Chair: Federico Vaz, Loughborough University London
Chair: Sofia Bosch Gomez, Carnegie Mellon University

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

Who designs for policy?

Federico Vaz Canosa1, Sofía Bosch Gómez2

1: Loughborough University London, United Kingdom; 2: Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America

What legal design could be: Towards an expanded practice of inquiry, critique, and action 2
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Sankalp Bhatnagar, NuLawLab, Northeastern University School of Law
Chair: Jules Rochielle Sievert, Northeastern University School of Law
Chair: Miso Kim, Northeastern University
Chair: Dan Jackson, NuLawLab - Northeastern University School of Law
 

What if data protection embraced foresight and speculative design?

Arianna Rossi1, Régis Chatellier2, Stefano Leucci3, Rossana Ducato4, Estelle Hary2

1: SnT, University of Luxembourg; 2: CNIL, France; 3: European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), Europe; 4: Law Faculty, University of Aberdeen



Locked down with abusers: Designing for the dignity and autonomy of domestic violence survivors during the COVID-19 pandemic

Miso Kim, Dan Jackson, Jules Sievert, Morgan Wilson

Northeastern University, United States of America



Designing inside and alongside the system: working with residents of Ferguson, Missouri on police reform

Alix Gerber

Designing Radical Futures, United States of America



Designing with theories: producing Legal Design diffractively in courts of justice

Joaquin Santuber1,2,3, Jonathan A. Edelman1,3

1: Hasso-Plattner-Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany; 2: This is Legal Design GbR; 3: Center for Advanced Design Studies, Palo Alto, USA - Potsdam, Germany



What Legal Design Is as opposed to Could/Should be

Sankalp Bhatnagar

NuLawLab, Northeastern University School of Law, United States of America

Design innovation and strategy
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Milene Gonçalves, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Sander Välk, Imperial College London
 

Design Innovation Strategy for an IoT Startup in Xiaomi Business Ecosystem — A Case Study of Yeelight Technology

Jiao Song1,2, Wei-Ken Hung3, Lin-Lin Chen1,4

1: National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan; 2: Jiangsu University of Technology, China; 3: National United University, Taiwan; 4: Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands



An Analysis of Design Maturity Models used in Design Organizations

Nandhini Giri1, Erik Stolterman2

1: Purdue University; 2: Indiana University Bloomington



Infrastructuring the foundations for a Service-Dominant Orientation

Lourenço Viana

CIAUD, Research Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Design, Lisbon School of Architecture, Universidade de Lisboa



Two Approaches to Foresight-Driven Design

Anna Victoria Bredtved Mountford, Bo Thomas Christensen

Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Curation, museums, and exhibition design
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Mikel Azkona Uribe, Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
Chair: Carla Molins Pitarch, ELISAVA
Chair: Mimi Nguyen, Imperial College London
 

Storing cultural archives in synthetic DNA: An integrated prospective design investigation

Emily Groves, Romain Talou, Andrea Schneider, Nicolas Henchoz

EPFL+ECAL Lab, Switzerland



Museum and exhibit design: how forms and places of knowledge exchange influence community participation and empowerment

Sophie Nakashima, Chiara Del Gaudio

School of Industrial Design, Carleton University, Canada



How to design tangible learning experiences – A literature review about science exhibit design

Tina Bobbe1,2, Robert Fischer1

1: Industrial Design Engineering, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; 2: the Centre for Tactile Internet with Human-in-the-Loop (CeTI)



Whose place is it? Enacted territories in the museum

Jennie Andersson Schaeffer2, Ksenija Komazec1, Elsa Vaara3, Andreea Strineholm1, Helena Tobiasson1

1: Mälardalen University, Sweden; 2: Västmanlands County Museum; 3: RISE Research Institutes of Sweden

Guiding the PhD in Design – Exchanging Experiences about Outcomes & Approaches
Virtual location: Online Room 1 - Workshops
Chair: Annemiek van Boeijen, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Lucia Rampino, Politecnico di Milano
Chair: Francesca Mattioli, Politecnico di Milano

This workshop takes place online.

 

Guiding the PhD in Design – Exchanging Experiences about Outcomes & Approaches

Annemiek van Boeijen1, Lucia Rampino2, Francesca Mattioli2

1: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 2: Politecnico di Milano, Italy

1:00pm
-
2:30pm
Lunch Break
Location: BA00 Bizkaia Aretoa_Terrace Area, 1st floor

Lunch Break and Networking

1:30pm
-
2:30pm
General Meeting of the Design Research Society (open to all members of the DRS)
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor

Biannual General Meeting of the Design Research Society to report on the past two years of DRS Activity. The meeting is open to all members of the DRS.

Agenda

1. Welcome by DRS President
2. Chair’s report – DRS Annual Report
3. Confirm Election Results
4. Approve the accounts
5. Resolution: Proposal for Rule Change and Vote on Rule Change
6. Any other business
7. Open for comments and questions
Meeting Documents:
2:00pm
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6:00pm
Co-design: What are you really getting out of it?
Location: EB02 Ensanche Building_Room 2
Chair: Niki Wallace, University of the Arts London
Chair: Aaron Davis, University of South Australia
Chair: Ian Gwilt, University of South Australia

This workshop is held in a hybrid format.

 

Co-design: what are you really getting out of it?

Niki Wallace1, Aaron Davis2, Ian Gwilt2, Joe Langley3

1: University of the Arts London, United Kingdom; 2: University of South Australia; 3: Sheffield Hallam University

2:30pm
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4:00pm
Rethinking design for a complex world 3
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Cecilia Landa-Avila, Loughborough University
Chair: Sofia Bosch Gomez, Carnegie Mellon University
Chair: Josina Vink, Oslo School of Architecture & Design (AHO)
Chair: Sine Celik, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Ben Sweeting, University of Brighton
 

The power in maps: reviewing a ‘youth violence’ systems map as discursive intervention

Jocelyn Bailey1, Lorraine Gamman2

1: Social Design Institute, UAL, United Kingdom; 2: Design Against Crime Research Centre, UAL, United Kingdom



2:30pm - 2:45pm

Beyond progress: Exploring alternative trajectories for design museums

Anja Neidhardt1, Heather Wiltse1, Anna Croon2

1: Umeå Institute of Design, Umeå University, Sweden; 2: Department of Informatics, Umeå University, Sweden



2:45pm - 3:00pm

Cognitive challenges in complex system design

Mark Andrew

Scenario, Australia



3:00pm - 3:15pm

Design Thinking Community Health & Well-Being: Creating with and for Community Capacities

Danielle Lake1, Phillip Motley1, Megan Casner1, Kathleen Flannery2

1: Elon University, United States of America; 2: Anselm College, United States of America



Decolonizing cultural safety education in the healthcare system through cultural immersion in Indigenous knowledge sharing & material practice

Marlene Erickson1, Darlene McIntosh2, Brenda Crabtree3, Connie Watts3, Zoe Laycock3,4, Nicole Preissl3,4, Nadia Beyzaei4, Jean Chisholm4, Caylee Raber4, Sari Raber5

1: Aboriginal Education, College of New Caledonia, Canada; 2: Aboriginal Resource Centre, College of New Caledonia, Canada; 3: Aboriginal Gathering Place, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Canada; 4: Health Design Lab, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Canada; 5: University of British Columbia Family Practice, Canada

Is inclusive design failing inclusion? Identifying the dilemmas at the core philosophy and practices of inclusive design
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor
Chair: Luka Kille-Speckter, University of Liverpool
Chair: Farnaz Nickpour, University of Liverpool

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

Is inclusive design failing inclusion? Identifying the dilemmas at the core philosophy and practices of inclusive design

Luka Kille-Speckter, Farnaz Nickpour

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

Design process / design theory
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Colin M. Gray, Purdue University
Chair: Cathryn Anneka Hall, University of the Arts London
 

Creation and characterization of design spaces

John Gero, Julie Milovanovic

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States of America



Ontogenesis as a Model for Design Processes

Otto Paans

HeusschenCopier Landscape Architects, Netherlands, The



Connecting Creative Product Design Processes to Crea-tive Product Design Outcomes: A Scoping Review

Peiying Jian, Jin Gu, Alison Olechowski

University of Toronto, Canada



Reframing advanced manufacturing ontologies through an exploration of ductus

Lewis Urquhart, Andrew Wodehouse

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

Design strategies for resilient organisations
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Sylvia Liu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Chair: Euiyoung Kim, TU Delft
 

Fostering resilience: The potential of design to support strategic agility

Olivia Harre1, Luca Simeone2, Cathrine Seidelin3

1: IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 2: Aalborg University, Denmark; 3: University of Copenhagen, Denmark



Restrategizing for the post-pandemic era: Service design for digital transformation in the art and cultural sector

Anu Norrgrann, Miia Lammi, Srushti Shah

Design Centre Muova, Vaasa university of applied sciences, Finland



Service Design in Organisational Change

Qian Sun

Royal College of Art, United Kingdom



Systemic Design's guidelines to implement organizational change

Caterina Rosini, Silvia Barbero

Politecnico di Torino, Italy



Designing for dynamic stability in an uncertain world: a media content study of the aviation industry

Euiyoung Kim1, Sara Beckman2, Ki-Hun Kim3, Sicco Santema1

1: Technical University of Delft; 2: University of California, Berkeley; 3: Pusan National University

Culture sensitive design
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Juan Giusepe Montalván Lume, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru
Chair: Isaac Arturo Ortega Alvarado, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
 

Documenting new design ontologies

Tracy Manuel

University of California at Davis, United States of America



Towards an Object-Oriented Design Ontology

Avsar Gurpinar

Loughborough University, United Kingdom



Resistance, Social Reproduction and emerging commitments for collaborative design from the margins

Nathaly Pinto, Brenda Vertiz, Andrea Botero

Aalto University, Finland



Transilience: Assemblage and relationality in a complex urban setting

Radhika Roy

RMIT University Melbourne, Australia



Towards a framework for designing technology with Country: A perspective from Australia

Siena White, Luke Hespanhol

Design Lab - School of Architecture, Design and Planning - The University of Sydney, Australia

The Legal Design impact: spreading seeds for a common framework.
Virtual location: Online Room 1 - Workshops
Chair: Lorenzo Zorzi, Mondora srl sb
Chair: Marco Imperiale, LCA Law Firm

This workshop takes place online.

 

The Legal Design impact: spreading seeds for a common framework.

Lorenzo Zorzi1, Marco Imperiale2

1: Mondora srl sb, Italy; 2: LCA Studio Legale

4:00pm
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4:30pm
Afternoon break
Location: BA00 Bizkaia Aretoa_Terrace Area, 1st floor

Afternoon Refreshment Break

4:00pm
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5:30pm
The frameboard sessions: Generating and exploring multiple frames with non-designers
Location: EB01 Ensanche Building: Room 1
Chair: Guido stompff, Inholland University of Applied sciences
Chair: Mohamad Nor Ridzuan A.Rasid, Loughborough University

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

The frameboard sessions: Generating and exploring multiple frames with non-designers

Guido Stompff

Hogeschool Inholland, Netherlands, The

4:30pm
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6:00pm
Meta-design in the complexity of global challenges
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Paolo Ciuccarelli, Northeastern University
Chair: Silvia Barbero, Politecnico di Torino

This session will continue until 18:15 as it has 6 paper presentations.

Link to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1076

 

The politics of metadesign

Christian Nold

The Open University, United Kingdom



Anatomy of a “technology”: Proposing a meta-design framework for sustainability literacy that addresses the issue of efficacy in modern socio-technical cultures

Nicole Sacchetti

Politecnico di Milano



Designing for what? Approaching necessary production and consumption for a circular economy

Isaac Arturo Ortega Alvarado, Ida Nilstad Pettersen

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway



Regeneration in action : Toward a new path for sustainable research projects

Caroline NOWACKI, Marguerite FOISSAC

frogLab



Design for Wellbeing During COVID-19: A Cybernetic Perspective on Data Feedback Loops in Complex Sociotechnical Systems

Willem van der Maden, James Derek Lomas, Paul Hekkert

Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The



A Meta-design research project to enhance the User Experience of university's digital services ecosystem

Federica Colombo, Alice Paracolli, Venanzio Arquilla

Politecnico di Milano, Italy

A marriage in practice: The role of design research in the world of science
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor
Chair: Toban Shadlyn, Rhode Island School of Design

Chair: Tim MalyRhode Island School of Design, Spain
Chair: Leigh HubbardRhode Island Public Health Institute
Chair: Hannah DalglishMainstay, Rhode Island

This conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

A marriage in practice: The role of design research in the world of science

Toban Shadlyn1, Tim Maly1, Leigh Hubbard2, Hannah Dalglish3

1: Rhode Island School of Design, Spain; 2: Rhode Island Public Health Institute; 3: Mainstay, Rhode Island

Sustainable design
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Arlene Oak, University of Alberta
Chair: Dan Lockton, Eindhoven University of Technology
 

Upcycling discarded HDPE plastic bags for creative exploration in product design

Himani Deshpande1, Jin Yu2, Akash Talyan2, Noah Posner2, Clement Zheng3, HyunJoo Oh2

1: Texas A&M University, United States; 2: Georgia Institute of Technology, United States; 3: National University of Singapore, Singapore



Enhancing consumers’ willingness to repair electronic products: How design can nudge sustainable behaviour

Renske van den Berge, Lise Magnier, Ruth Mugge

TU Delft, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, The Netherlands



OptiWash: A Constructive Inquiry on Maintenance of Washing Machines as an Everyday Practice

Kamila Kunrath, Anna Sophia Sørensen, Petra Kerepecká, Kartikeya Satish Acharya

Aarhus University, Denmark



Long-lasting smart products: Overview of longevity concepts in sustainable ICT and Design for Sustainability

Ayşegül Özçelik, Markus Löchtefeld, Christian Tollestrup

Aalborg University, Denmark



Setting the stage: the value of contextual social research when designing with local sustainability initiatives

Cyril Tjahja

Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, The Netherlands

Retail and brand design: Service futures, innovation, and intelligence
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Katelijn Quartier, Hasselt University
Chair: Catarina Lelis, University of Aveiro
Chair: Federico Vaz, Loughborough University London
 

Fuzzy Logic Evaluation of Customer Loyalty in Local, Community, and International Cafes in Hong Kong

Bharati Das, Sylvia Xihui Liu

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)



Service design tool: How to use the ERRC decision model for service designer to prioritize touchpoints

Chun-An Chang, Chun-Juei Chou

Department of Industrial Design, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan



Can Ritual Experience be the Jam to Stick Consumers and Service Provider? The Case Study of Ritual Experience in Disney Experience as Service Design Application

Derrick Yang, Tseng-Ping Chiu, Min-Yuan Ma

National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan



A Service Design Perspective on Examining the Business Process of Customized Services

Yu-Hui Lu, Hsien-Hui Tang

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan



How consumers interpret visually similar packaging

Ezgi Oguz, Jamie Marsden

University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Heritage and memorialisation
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Robert Harland, Loughborough University
Chair: Hang Pan, Loughborough University
Chair: Nikou Javadi, University of South Australia
Chair: Peiying Jian, University of Toronto

This session may finish early as it has 3 paper presentations.

Link to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1072

 

Food’s urban graphic heritage in Walthamstow

Robert Harland1, Alison Barnes2

1: Loughborough University, United Kingdom; 2: Western Sydney University, Australia



Designing a tangible augmented reality experience for cultural heritage research

Anitha Nathan1,3, Daniella Kalinda1, Lucas Hrynyshyn1, Ellen Reade1, Ravit David2, Ali Mazalek1

1: Ryerson University, Canada; 2: University of Toronto, Canada; 3: Ontario College of Art and Design University



Arabic type in urban environments: A graphic heritage

Shaima Elbardawil

University of Shajrah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

 
7:00pm
-
9:00pm
Keynote debate 2: Ecosystems
Location: AZ01 Azkuna Zentroa_Auditorium
Chair: Elisa Giaccardi, Delft University of Technology

This keynote session will also be streamed live in the Room Bastida (same building) once the maximum occupancy of the Auditorium has been reached, and online.

Keynote Speakers:

Samantha Jenkins, BIOHM

Moon Ribas, Cyborg Foundation

Programme:

18:30 Doors Opening
19:00 Keynote Debate`
21:00 Drinks and Dinner

Date: Thursday, 30/June/2022
9:00am
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10:30am
Futures of design education 1
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Lesley-Ann Noel, North Carolina State University
Chair: Renata Leitao, Cornell University
Chair: Derek Jones, The Open University
Chair: Nicole Lotz, The Open University
Chair: Liv Merete Nielsen, Oslo Metropolitan University
Chair: Ingvild Digranes, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences

Link to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1064

Full list of track chairs: Lesley-Ann Noel, Renata Marques Leitao, Derek Jones, Nicole Lotz, Liv Merete Nielsen, Ingvild Digranes, Naz Börekçi, James Corazzo

 

Australian Architectural Education in the Pluriverse

Daniel Huppatz1, Kirsten Day2

1: Swinburne University of Technology, Australia; 2: University of Melbourne, Australia



9:00am - 9:15am

Towards responsible interaction design education

Alma Leora Culén1, Amela Karahasanovic2,1

1: University of Oslo, Norway; 2: SINTEF, Norway



9:15am - 9:30am

Workgroup Curriculum: Design Students & Teachers Co-designing new ways of learning

Michael Hohl, Brigitte Hartwig, Uwe Gellert, Klaus Pollmeier, Vanessa Enigk, Tom Gernegross, Lena Kozig

Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Germany



9:30am - 9:45am

By invitation only: a multidisciplinary framework for an industry-led design approach.

CLARA FERNANDES1,2, YASSER SURATMAN1, NUR HIDAYAH ABU BAKAR1

1: LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore; 2: UNIDCOM/IADE Research Unit



9:45am - 10:00am

Research on the Doctoral Consortium Structure of Design

Fan CHEN

Tongji University, China, People's Republic of

Design and ethics: How is it more than the sum of its parts?
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor
Chair: Deger Ozkaramanli, University of Twente
Chair: Delfina Fantini van Ditmar, Royal College of Art

Chair: Sanna Lehtinen, Aalto University
Chair: Christine Schwobel-Patel, University of Warwick

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

Design + ethics: How is it more than the sum of its parts?

Deger Ozkaramanli1, Michael Nagenborg1, Delfina Fantini van Ditmar2, Sanna Lehtinen3, Christine Schwobel-Patel4

1: University of Twente, Netherlands, The; 2: Royal College of Art; 3: Aalto University; 4: University of Warwick

Inclusive design practice and healthy ageing 1
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Farnaz Nickpour, University of Liverpool
Chair: Hua Dong, Brunel Univeristy London
Chair: Chris McGinley, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design / Royal College of Art
 

Design as a Practice of Care: Feminist Perspectives on Preventing Harm and Promoting Healing through Design

Alison Place

University of Arkansas, United States of America



Design as an Agent of Narratives: A Conceptual Framework and a First Exploration in the Context of Inclusive Paediatric Mobility Design

Cara Shaw, Farnaz Nickpour

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom



Exploring the Roles of Inclusive Design in Fulfilling Corporate Social Responsibility: A Multi-case Study of Three Large-size mHealth Corporations

Haiou Zhu1, Cees de Bont1, Thorsten Gruber1, Hua Dong2

1: Loughborough University, United Kingdom; 2: Brunel University London, United Kingdom



Notions of designing inclusively from practitioner perspectives

Maxim Lamirande, Katerina Alexiou, Rachael Luck

The Open University, United Kingdom



The Evolution of Inclusive Design; A First Timeline Review of Narratives and Milestones of Design for Disability

Luka Kille-Speckter, Farnaz Nickpour

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

Understanding play: Designing for emergence 1
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Karen Feder, Design School Kolding
Chair: Sune Gudiksen, Design School Kolding
 

Introducing the play activity wheel: Designing social, physical and playful learning activities from digital game universes

Vici Daphne Händel1,2, Erik Ottar Jensen1,2

1: University College Copenhagen, Denmark; 2: Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark



Play probe: An approach that reveals emergent identity building in youth

Line Gad Christiansen, Sune Klok Gudiksen

Designschool Kolding, Denmark



Co-Creating Playful Learning Designs for Interprofessional Higher Education: Dialogic Perspectives on Design-Based Research

Kim Holflod

Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Denmark



Gamified User Interface Design for Dysphagia Rehabilitation based on Common Mental Models

Malika Gabbas, KwanMyung Kim

UNIST, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Internship as a child: What designers can learn through play with children

Karen Feder

Design School Kolding, Denmark

Valuing the qualitative in design and data 1
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Carine Lallemand, Eindhoven University of Technology
Chair: marion lean, Newcastle University
Chair: Dan Lockton, Eindhoven University of Technology

This session will continute until 10:45 as it has 6 paper presentations.

LInk to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1082

 

Data-Painting: Expressive Free-Form Visualisation

Miriam Sturdee1, Soren Knudsen2, Sheelagh Carpendale3

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: IT University of Copenhagen; 3: Simon Fraser University



Visualizing stories of sexual harassment in the academy: community empowerment through qualitative data

Tommaso Elli1, Adam Bradley2, Uta Hinrichs3, Christopher Collins4

1: Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano – DensityDesign; 2: Uncharted Software Inc.; 3: University of Edinburgh; 4: Ontario Tech University



Designing data interaction in exhibitions contexts

Lorenza Abbate, Cristina Marino

Politecnico di Torino, Italy



Design Elements in Data Physicalization: A Systematic Literature Review

Žarko Dumičić1, Katja Thoring1, Hermann W. Klöckner1, Gesche Joost2

1: Anhalt University, Germany; 2: University of the Arts Berlin, Germany



Exploring contexts for data materialisation in post-pandemic research activities with rural communities

Marion lean1, Cate Hopkins2

1: Newcastle University, United Kingdom; 2: Cardiff University, United Kingdom



Textile thinking in practice: Creative textile design methods as research in a circular economy

Laetitia Forst

University of the Arts London, United Kingdom

 
9:00am
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12:00pm
Mindscape: Visualizing the Landscape of the Mind
Location: EB01 Ensanche Building: Room 1
Chair: Charlotte Chao Ying Qin, QinTheory Studio

This workshop is held face-to-face. The morning session will be followed by an afternoon session at the main venue, where participants will set up the exhibition with the workshop's final results (room to be confirmed).

 

Mindscape: Visualising the Landscape of the Mind

Chao Ying Qin1, Julia Griffiths2

1: QinTheory Studio (Geneva, Switzerland); 2: North American Drama Therapy Association (NADTA)

9:00am
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1:00pm
Designing AI for home wellbeing world cafe
Location: EB02 Ensanche Building_Room 2
Chair: Emily Corrigan-Kavanagh, University of Surrey

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Designing AI for Home Wellbeing World Cafe

Emily Corrigan-Kavanagh1, Chris Parker2

1: University of Surrey, United Kingdom; 2: Loughborough University

9:30am
-
11:30am
Evaluation Visualisation Design (EViD) Tool: A novel tool to help you explore and design your project's evaluation activities.
Virtual location: Online Room 1 - Workshops
Chair: Elisavet Christou, Lancaster University
Chair: PINAR CEYHAN, Lancaster University
Chair: Philip Ely, drphilipely

This workshop takes place online.

 

Evaluation Visualisation Design (EViD) Tool: A novel tool to help you explore and design your project's evaluation activities.

Adrian Gradinar1, Elisavet Christou1, Pınar Ceyhan1, Philip Ely2

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: Curtin University, Australia

10:30am
-
11:30am
Morning Break
Location: BA00 Bizkaia Aretoa_Terrace Area, 1st floor

Morning Coffee Break

11:30am
-
1:00pm
Futures of design education 2
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
 
11:30am - 11:45am

Exploring bio-based materials in an interdisciplinary learning environment –Outlining the design inquiry cycle

Tarja-Kaarina Laamanen, Pirjo Kääriäinen

Aalto University, Finland



11:45am - 12:00pm

An Analysis of Master's in Industrial Design Theses at U.S. Land-Grant Universities: A Systematic Literature Review.

Byungsoo Kim, Hernan Gregorio

Kansas State University, United States of America



12:00pm - 12:15pm

North-South design education: Integrating Māori knowledge in design using the blend approach

Luke Feast, Kei Hoshi

Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand



12:15pm - 12:30pm

Making Posters to Understand Statistics: Towards a Didactical Approach in Communication Design

Michele Mauri, Simone Vantini, Beatrice Gobbo, Tommaso Elli, Elena Aversa, Andrea Benedetti, María de los Ángeles Briones Rojas, Gabriele Colombo

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



12:30pm - 12:45pm

Explore industrial design pedagogy under the pandemic in the U.S.

Jinlong Yuan, Yumeng Xie, Kenneth Brooks

Arizona State University, United States of America

Communicating the value of design research
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor
Chair: Joseph Lindley, Lancaster University
Chair: David Green, Lancaster University
Chair: Miriam Sturdee, Lancaster University

Chair: Arne Berger, Hochschule Anhalt, Germany

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

Communicating the value of design research

Joseph Lindley1, David Green1, Claire Coulton1, Arne Berger2, Miriam Sturdee1

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: Hochschule Anhalt, Germany

Inclusive design practice and healthy ageing 2
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Farnaz Nickpour, University of Liverpool
Chair: Hua Dong, Brunel Univeristy London
Chair: Chris McGinley, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design / Royal College of Art

This session will continue until 13:15 as it has 6 paper presentations.

Link to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1061

 

Values arising from participatory inclusive design in a complex process

Stella Boess1, Floris Jansen2

1: Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The; 2: Hike One, Netherlands, The



Improving our understanding of user trial samples using survey data

Anya Petyaeva, Joy Goodman-Deane, Mike Bradley, Sam Waller, P. John Clarkson

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



Designing for dementia: An analysis of design principles

Rik Wesselink1,2, Geke Ludden1, Marike Hettinga2, Berry Eggen3

1: University of Twente; 2: Windesheim University of Applied Sciences; 3: Eindhoven University of Technology



How to Apply Service Design Thinking on Designing Accessibility Apps: A Case Study of public transportation for the Visually Impaired

Yi Lee, Tang Hsien-Hui

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan



Identifying inclusive design goals for the blind and visually impaired in Venice

Luca Casarotto, Pietro Costa, Erika Cunico, Maria Manfroni, Calogero Mattia Priola

Università Iuav di Venezia, Italy



Significance of age-friendly co-design from a multi-stakeholder collaboration in Greenland

Sidse Carroll1, Kamilla Nørtoft2

1: Royal College of Art; 2: University of Southern Denmark

Understanding play: Designing for emergence 2
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Karen Feder, Design School Kolding
Chair: Sune Gudiksen, Design School Kolding
 

Developing Play Tarot Cards to Support Playful Learning in Teacher Education

Helle Marie Skovbjerg1, Helle Hovgaard Jørgensen2, Keila Zarl Perez Quinones1, Tilde Bekker3

1: Design School Kolding, Denmark; 2: UC Lillebaelt; 3: Eindhoven Technical University



Emotional textures: Exploring children’s emotional and haptic play

Emilie Bech Jespersen

Design School Kolding, Denmark



The junk playground as agora: Designing spaces to re-invigorate democratic participation

Mathias Poulsen

Design School Kolding, Denmark



Dramatic Reflection: Enhancing play qualities in a design experiment for inclusive play practices in school

Hanne Hede Jørgensen1, Helle Marie Skovbjerg1, Anne Louise Bang2

1: Design School Kolding, Denmark; 2: VIA University College, Denmark



Exploring the complexity and agency of play through co-design and experiential design with and for adults.

Lorna Powell

University of the Arts London

Valuing the qualitative in design and data 2
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Dan Lockton, Eindhoven University of Technology
Chair: marion lean, Newcastle University
Chair: Carine Lallemand, Eindhoven University of Technology
 

Investigating materiality for a renewed focus on data practice through design

Youngsil Lee, Larissa Pschetz, Chris Speed

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Designing Qualitative Interfaces: Experiences from studio education

Dan Lockton, Carine Lallemand, Daphne Menheere

Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, The



Hyaku: A Qualitative Negotiation-Through-Interaction Interface to Support Runners in Achieving Balanced Training Sessions

Juan Restrepo1, Steven Vos1,2, Evert Verhagen3, Carine Lallemand1,4

1: Eindhoven University of Technology, Industrial Design Department, Eindhoven, the Netherlands; 2: Fontys University of Applied Sciences, School of Sport Studies, Eindhoven, the Netherlands; 3: Amsterdam University Medial Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 4: University of Luxembourg, HCI research group, Esch-Belval, Luxembourg



Beyond the body: Moving past the metricised bodily goal in self-tracking

Kim Snooks, Roger Whitham, Daniel Richards, Joseph Lindley

ImaginationLancaster, Lancaster University



Multitudes: widening the research agenda for Personal Informatics design

Emily Winter1, Bran Knowles1, Daniel Richards1, Kim Snooks1, Chris Speed2

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Black Mirror Brainstorming: Centering Ethics and Identifying Harm in Design
Virtual location: Online Room 1 - Workshops
Chair: Lexi Namer, North Carolina State University
Chair: Elyse Girard, North Carolina State University

This workshop takes place online.

 

Black Mirror Brainstorming: Centering Ethics and Identifying Harm in Design

Lexi Namer, Elyse Girard

North Carolina State University, United States of America

1:00pm
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2:30pm
Lunch Break
Location: BA00 Bizkaia Aretoa_Terrace Area, 1st floor

Lunch Break

1:30pm
-
2:15pm
DRS International Advisory Council Meeting (closed meeting)
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor

Council meeting for members of the International Advisory Council and Executive Board of the DRS only.

2:00pm
-
5:00pm
Designing the Circular Design Team
Location: BBK Kuna. Room Urazurrutia
Chair: Rebecca Earley, University of the Arts London
Chair: Rosie Hornbuckle, University of the Arts London
Chair: Marion REAL, IAAC

This workshop will be held in a hybrid format.

 

Designing the Circular Design Team

Rebecca Earley1, Rosie Hornbuckle1, Marion Real2, Cathryn Hall3

1: University of the Arts London, United Kingdom; 2: FabLab Barcelona, Institute of Advanced Ar-chitecture of Catalonia; 3: Design School Kolding

2:00pm
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6:30pm
Design-driven foresight: Tensions and typologies
Location: EB01 Ensanche Building: Room 1
Chair: Sune Gudiksen, Design School Kolding
Chair: Rike Neuhoff, Aalborg University
Chair: Luca Simeone, Aalborg University
Chair: Rui Patrício, IADE

This workshop is held in a hybrid format.

 

Design-driven foresight: Tensions and Typologies

Sune Gudiksen1, Rike Neuhoff2, Luca Simeone2, Rui Patricio3

1: Design School Kolding; 2: Aalborg University; 3: IADE Creative University

2:30pm
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4:00pm
Futures of design education 3
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
 
2:30pm - 2:45pm

Spatialized Video Communication Platforms – Applications in Design Education and Conferencing

Bjorn Sommer1, Ayn Sayuti2, Zidong Lin1, Shefali Bohra1, Emre Kayganaci1, Jenny Hu1, Caroline Yan Zheng1, Chang Hee Lee3, Seán O'Donoghue4, Ashley Hall1, Paul Anderson1

1: Royal College of Art, United Kingdom; 2: Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Malaysia; 3: Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Republic of Korea; 4: Garvan Institute, Australia



2:45pm - 3:00pm

Examining Performance of VR Sketch Modeling Tool in Personal Sketches.

MING-HUANG LIN, I-CHEN CHIANG, LING LEE, HAO-XUAN LU

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan



3:00pm - 3:15pm

(Anti)Dialogical Reflection Cards: politicizing design education through Paulo Freire's critical pedagogy

Marco Mazzarotto1, Bibiana Oliveira Serpa2

1: UTFPR, Design & Oppression Network, Brazil; 2: ESDI/UERJ, Design & Oppression Network, Brazil



3:15pm - 3:30pm

A place we call home: Curriculum for land-based education

Adolfo Ruiz

MacEwan University, Canada

Exploring online collaboration
Location: BA03 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Oteiza, 1st floor
Chair: Carine Lallemand, Eindhoven University of Technology
Chair: Thijs Waardenburg, University of Twente
 

Lockdown Collaboration: Partnering to Solve the Wicked Problems of COVID-19 Through Interprofessional Collaboration

Steven Doehler, Jeanine Goodin, Eileen Werdman

University of Cincinnati, United States of America



Three degrees of influence in virtual workshops: towards an understanding of co-creative facilitation practice in technologically mediated settings

Ollie Hemstock, Mark Bailey, Nick Spencer, Helen Simmons, Sophie Coombs, Justine Carrion-Weiss, Charles Richardson

Northumbria University, United Kingdom



Play at Work: Virtual Conferencing in Game Space

Zach Mason, Paul Coulton, David Green, Joseph Lindley

Lancaster University, United Kingdom



How has Covid-19 pandemic unearthed hidden social affordances on Tinder: A virtual ethnography on dating in Turkey

İrem Genç1,2, Özge Merzali Çelikoğlu1

1: Istanbul Technical University; 2: Istanbul University



Redefining the Structure: A Design for Remote Studio Learning

Suzanne E Martin

National College of Art and Design (NCAD), Dublin, Ireland

Ageing
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Peter Lloyd, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Willem van der Maden, Delft University of Technology
 

Co-design as healing: A multi-level analysis based on a project with people facing mental health problems.

Erika Renedo Illarregi1,2, Katerina Alexiou1, Theodore Zamenopoulos1

1: The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: University of the Arts, United Kingdom



An overview of current practices and approaches to co-designing services with and for people with dementia towards developing a framework for best practice

Kristina Niedderer, Laura Orton, Isabelle Tournier

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom



Constant Problem and Solution Space Investigation Method in a User Study Phase: Focusing on Early Elderly's Needs and Design Solutions Identification

YeDam Ryu, KwanMyung Kim

Department of Design, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Empathy in the design of assistive devices for older adults: An exploratory study with Portuguese women

Daniela Silva2, Alison Burrows1,2, Paula Trigueiros1,2

1: Lab2PT, University of Minho, Portugal; 2: School of Arquitecture, Art and Design, University of Minho, Portugal



Design meets death; a first systematic mapping review of design contributions to end of life field

Andrew Tibbles, Farnaz Nickpour

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

Design dematerialisation: Opportunities through reduction
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Ashley Hall, Royal Coillege of Art
Chair: Delfina Fantini van Ditmar, Royal College of Art
Chair: Robert Phillips, Robert Phillips
 

Alternative Hedonisms and Earth Practices: Design and Degrowth in the Capitalocene

Rachel Harkness

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Why consumers have contamination concerns in refurbished personal care products and how to reduce them via design

Theresa S. Wallner, Lise Magnier, Ruth Mugge

TU Delft, Netherlands, The



Are short product lifetimes ineluctable? An exploration of consumers’ perceptions of lifetime extension strategies

Lise Magnier, Ruth Mugge

TU Delft, The Netherlands



Deep Products via undisciplined stewardship; Towards an environmentally-led design pedagogy for the 21Cth

Fernando Galdon1, Ashley Hall2

1: Royal College of Art, United Kingdom; 2: Royal College of Art, United Kingdom



Integrating ecodesign in food packaging solutions for EPR compliance in Chile: Knowledge transfer from theory to practice

Oscar Huerta2, Catalina Cortés1, Carolina Melo2

1: Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile; 2: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Designing neighbourhoods: From the domestic to the community
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Juan Sádaba, University of the Basque Country
Chair: Ezequiel Collantes, University of the Basque Country
Chair: Fernando Bajo
 

Strategies and Tactics of Participatory Architecture.

Mirian Calvo1, Rosendy Galabo1, Violet Owen1, Leon Cruickshank1, Rachel Sara2

1: ImaginationLancaster, Lancaster University, UK; 2: Birmingham School of Architecture and Design, Birmingham City University, UK



A participatory approach in urban development: co-designing resilient coastal neighbourhoods

Alazne Echaniz, Sine Celik, Pieter Ham

Delft University of Technology



Playful co-creation in urban space: Igniting activation, closeness, and collective intervention of residents in neighbourhoods

Nicole Arthur, Liridona Sopjani

KTH, Sweden



Framing resilience in public transportation systems, inspired by biomimicry

Garoa Gomez Beldarrain, Camilo Andrés Carvajal Ortega, Alisha Baan, Euiyoung Kim

TU Delft, The Netherlands



Birds, bees and bats: Exploring possibilities for cohabitation in the more-than-human city

Ferne Edwards, Ida Maria Corsepius Melen, Anna Caroline Syse, Ida Nilstad Pettersen

NTNU - NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, Norway

Design and rhetoric against coloniality (online)
Location: Online Conversation Space
Chair: Raul Sanchez, University of Florida
Chair: Maria Rogal, University of Florida

Chair: Dori Griffin, University of Florida
Chair: Laura Gonzales, University of Florida
Chair: Victor Del Hierro, University of Florida

This Conversation will only be accessible online.

 

Design + rhetoric against coloniality

Raul Sanchez, Maria Rogal, Dori Griffin, Laura Gonzales, Victor Del Hierro

University of Florida, United States of America

3:00pm
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6:00pm
ReModelling futures: Guiding practices of transformation through a participatory design framework
Location: EB02 Ensanche Building_Room 2
Chair: Laetitia Forst, University of the Arts London
Chair: Naomi Bulliard, University of the Arts London

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

ReModelling Futures – Guiding practices of transformation through a participatory design framework

Dilys Williams, Naomi Bulliard, Laetitia Forst

University of the Arts London, United Kingdom

4:00pm
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5:00pm
Afternoon break
Location: BA00 Bizkaia Aretoa_Terrace Area, 1st floor

Afternoon Refreshment Break

5:00pm
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6:30pm
Studio matters in design education
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Derek Jones, The Open University
Chair: Colin M. Gray, Purdue University
Chair: Lorraine Marshalsey, University of South Australia
Chair: James BROWN, Umeå University

This session will continue until 18:45 as it has 6 paper presentations.

Link to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1063

 

Critical Pedagogy and the Pluriversal Design Studio

Colin M. Gray

Purdue University, United States of America



5:00pm - 5:15pm

Illuminating themes and narratives in studio through expert elicitation and collaborative autoethnography

Lorraine Marshalsey1, Nicole Lotz2

1: University of South Australia, Australia; 2: Open University, UK



Camera-on/camera-off: Visibility in the design studio

James Benedict BROWN

Umeå University, Sweden



5:15pm - 5:30pm

Where Do We Go From Here? Rethinking the Design Studio after the COVID-19 Pandemic

Saskia van Kampen1, Anne Galperin2, Karin Jager3, Lesley-Ann Noel4, Johnathon Strube5

1: San Francisco State University; 2: State University of New York at New Paltz; 3: University of the Fraser Valley; 4: North Carolina State University; 5: East Tennessee State University,



5:30pm - 5:45pm

Studio Through Studio: a diffractive reading of the educational design studio

James Corazzo

Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom



5:45pm - 6:00pm

Exploring studio proximities: Space, time, being

Derek Jones

The Open University, United Kingdom

“What do you mean?” The state of design ‘definitions’ within the discipline and beyond
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor
Chair: Andrew Tibbles, University of Liverpool
Chair: Luka Kille-Speckter, University of Liverpool
Chair: Cara Shaw, University of Liverpool
Chair: Isobel Leason, University of Liverpool

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

“What do you mean?” The state of design ‘definitions’ within the discipline and beyond

Farnaz Nickpour, Andrew Tibbles, Luka Kille-Speckter, Cara Shaw, Isobel Leason

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

Bias in design
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Catalina Cortés, Universidad del Desarrollo
Chair: Madeline Sides
 

Implementation intention as a debiasing intervention for a bias blind spot among UX practitioners

Oana Bogdescu1, Michael Mose Biskjaer2, Alwin de Rooij1,3

1: Department of Communication and Cognition, Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences, Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands; 2: Center for Digital Creativity, School of Communication and Culture, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark; 3: Situated Art and Design Research Group, St. Joost School of Art & Design, AVANS University of Applied Sciences, Breda, Netherlands



Experimenting the role of UX Design in the definition of gender-sensitive service design policies

Margherita Pillan, Martina Marzola

Politecnico di Milano - Dipartimento del Design



Negotiating the Page: Digital Annotation and Graphic Literature

Tania Allen, Margaret Simon

North Carolina State University, United States of America



Design and cyberactivism on social media during Covid-19 in Brazil

Heloísa Oliveira1, Suzete Venturelli2

1: Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, Brazil; 2: Univerdidade Anhembi Morumbi and Universidade de Brasília, Brazil

User-centred design
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Weston Baxter, Imperial College London
Chair: Tina Ekhtiar, University of Twente
 

Designers in Action: Insights and design opportunities for supporting Embodied Learning in Climbing

Hakan Yılmazer, Aykut Coşkun

Koç University – Arçelik Research Center For Creative Industries



Usability Testing with Children: History of Best Practices, Comparison of Methods & Gaps in Literature

Andria Banker, Carlye Lauff

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, United States of America



Digital toys as tangible, embodied, embedded interactions

Nicole Vickery, Dannielle Tarlinton, Yuehao Wang, Alethea Blackler

School of Design, Faculty of Creative Industries, Education and Social Justice, Queensland University of Technology, Australia



A framework for designing the seamless automotive multimodal experience in future connected and autonomous vehicles

Fangli Song1,2, Wei Wang1, Hongnan Lin2, Yuanqing Tian2

1: School of Design, Hunan University; 2: School of Design, Georgia Institute of Technology



Experiencing interactive ecologies

Yeup Hur, Panos Markopoulos, Miguel Bruns

Department of Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Designing new financial transactions: Theories, case studies, methods, practice, and futures.
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Chris Elsden, University of Edinburgh
Chair: Bettina Nissen, University of Edinburgh
Chair: Inte Gloerich, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
 
5:00pm - 5:15pm

Financial wellbeing canvas: Tool for designing holistic financial services for all life stages

Yihyun Lim1,2, Emanuele Gandini1,3

1: MIT Civic Design Initiative; 2: Iovine and Young Academy, University of Southern California; 3: Innovation by Design



5:15pm - 5:30pm

Envisioning personal finance and expense tracking for a sustainable future

Young-ae Hahn1, Jiyoun Lee2, Minhyuk Kim2

1: Yonsei University, Wonju, South Korea; 2: Yonsei University Graduate School, Seoul, South Korea



5:30pm - 5:45pm

Curb your enthusiasm: The dissonances of digitising personal finance

Belen Barros Pena1, Bailey Kursar2, Rachel Clarke3, John Vines4

1: Queen Mary University London, United Kingdom; 2: Independent Consultant; 3: Newcastle University, United Kingdom; 4: University of Edinburgh, Scotland



5:45pm - 6:00pm

CariCrop: can a digital payment system support fairer agricultural trade?

Kruakae Pothong1, Larissa Pschetz2, Arlene Bailey3, Billy Dixon2

1: LSE, United Kingdom; 2: University of Edinburgh; 3: The University of the West Indies



6:00pm - 6:15pm

Designing New Money: Creative Transactions on Twitch

Chris Elsden, Chris Speed

Institute for Design Informatics, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Feeling thinking design with indigenous communities: A horizon (SESSION CANCELLED)
Location: Online Conversation Space
Chair: Sitalin Sánchez, Ibero-American University

Chair: Lorena Barradas, Universidad de las Americas Puebla

DUE TO PERSONAL CIRCUMSTANCES THIS CONVERSATION IS UNFORTUNATELY CANCELLED.

 

Feeling thinking design with indigenous communities: A horizon

Sitalin Sánchez1, Lorena Barradas2

1: Ibero-American University, Puebla; 2: Universidad de las Américas Puebla

Date: Friday, 01/July/2022
9:00am
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10:30am
Designing public organisations
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Sampsa Hyysalo, Aalto University
Chair: Susan Evans, Polytechnic University Hong Kong
 

Design types in diversified city administration

Sampsa Hyysalo1, Kaisa Savolainen1, Antti Pirinen1, Tuuli Mattelmäki1, Päivi Hietanen2, Meri Virta2

1: Aalto University, Finland; 2: City of Helsinki, Finland



Incubating civic leadership in design: The role of cross-pollination spaces

Katerina Alexiou1, Theodore Zamenopoulos1, Vera Hale1, Sophia de Sousa2

1: The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: The Glass-House Community Led Design



Organizational learning through collaborative project-based service design course: The flip side of the coin

Suzan Boztepe

Malmö University, Sweden



Walking in my shoes: Creating a toolkit for co-designing a shared vision for city development

Monique De Costa, Nadia Anam, Jiayi Shi, Diego Muñoz, Sonja Pedell

Swinburne University of Technology, Australia



Participatory design towards digital democracy

Santiago Augusto Silva1, Joon Sang Baek2

1: Yonsei University Department of Human Environment and Design; 2: Yonsei University Department of Human Environment and Design

Design education
Location: BA03 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Oteiza, 1st floor
Chair: Marie Van den Bergh, Delft university of Technology
Chair: Isaac Arturo Ortega Alvarado, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
 

Embedding authentic feedback literacy in design students: A new model for peer assessment

Michael Edward Parker1, David Anthony Parkinson2

1: Newcastle University, United Kingdom; 2: Northumbria University, United Kingdom



The value of being close - social and ecological sustainability in coliving for students

Sara Ilstedt, Martin Sjöman

Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, Sweden



A community-based learning program to improve wellbeing and design student success

Marie Van den Bergh, Mieke van der Bijl-Brouwer, Rebecca Price

Delft University of Technology



Differential moral framing and the design imagination

Philippe Gauthier1, Sébastien Proulx2

1: Université de Montréal, Canada; 2: The Ohio State University, USA

Practice research in social design as a form of inquiry 1
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Patrycja Kaszynska, University of the Arts London
Chair: Eva Knutz, University of Southern Denmark
Chair: Thomas Markussen, University of Southern Denmark

This session will finish at 10:00 as it has 3 paper presentations.

Link to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1059

 

Repair as a Social Design Practice: Three Case Studies in Vulnerable Households in Chile

Pedro Alvarez Caselli, Antonio Batlle Lathrop

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile



Talking about food: reflecting on transitions of practice in people with lived experience of food poverty

David Perez, Roger Whitham, Gemma Coupe, Leon Cruickshank

Lancaster University, United Kingdom



Artifacts in the Co-production of Knowledge in Social Design

Eva Knutz1, Thomas Markussen2

1: University of Southern Denmark, Denmark; 2: University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

Designing dialogue: Human-AI collaboration in design processes
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Senthil Chandrasegaran, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Euiyoung Kim, TU Delft
 

Pushing divergence and promoting convergence in a speculative design process: Considerations on the role of AI as a co-creation partner

Luca Simeone1, Riccardo Mantelli2, Alfredo Adamo3

1: Aalborg University, Denmark; 2: Universe Everywhere, UK; 3: Alan Advantage, Italy



Exploring diversity perceptions in a community through a Q&A chatbot

Peter Kun1, Amalia de Götzen1, Miriam Bidoglia2, Niels Jørgen Gommesen1, George Gaskell2

1: Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark; 2: London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom



AI in design idea development: A workshop on creativity and human-AI collaboration

Fabio Antonio Figoli, Lucia Rampino, Francesca Mattioli

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Ceci n’est pas une chaise: Emerging practices in designer-AI collaboration

Vera van der Burg1, Almila Akdag Salah2, Senthil Chandrasegaran3, Peter Lloyd4

1: TU Delft, The Netherlands; 2: Utrecht University, The Netherlands; 3: TU Delft, The Netherlands; 4: TU Delft, The Netherlands



IdeaSquares: Utilizing Generative Text as a Source of Design Inspiration

Gyeongwon Yun, Kwangmin Cho, Yunwoo Jeong, Tek-Jin Nam

KAIST, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

Perspectives on climate change
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Dan Lockton, Eindhoven University of Technology
Chair: Ziyu Zhou, Politecnico di Milano
Chair: wasabii ng, tu delft
 

Deep Listening: A Framework for Collaborative Climate Adaptation

Eric Gordon, Yihyun Lim, James Paradis, Tomas Guarna, Gabriela Degetau, Mona Vijaykumar

MIT Civic Design Initiative



A material-centric approach in non-anthropocentric design

Ziyu Zhou1, Valentin Brück2, Markus Holzbach2

1: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2: Offenbach University of Art and Design, Germany



Mediating the needs of human and natural nonhuman stakeholders: Towards a design methodological framework

Emilija Veselova1, Idil Gaziulusoy1, Julia Lohmann2

1: NODUS Sustainable Design Research Group, Department of Design, Aalto University; 2: EMPIRICA Research Group, Department of Design, Aalto University



Promoting climate awareness through the design of interactive moving posters

Ricardo Gonçalves, Sérgio M. Rebelo, Daniel Lopes, Artur Rebelo

University of Coimbra, CISUC, DEI



Framing Scenario Thinking in a Mode of Futures by Design Inquiry

Corbin Raymond1, Andrew Morrison1, Henry Mainsah2

1: The Oslo School of Architecture and Design; 2: Oslo Metropolitan University

9:00am
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1:00pm
Mindscape: Visualizing the Landscape of the Mind
Location: EB01 Ensanche Building: Room 1
Chair: Charlotte Chao Ying Qin, QinTheory Studio

This workshop is held in a hybrid format. The morning session will be followed by an afternoon session at the main venue, where participants will set up the exhibition with the workshop's final results (room to be confirmed).

9:00am
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6:00pm
Activated city: Rethinking urban possibilities
Location: EB02 Ensanche Building_Room 2
Chair: Johnny Friberg, University of Gothenburg
Chair: Pontus Johansson, HDK-Valand- Academy of Art and Design / Gothenburg University

This workshop is in face-to-face format.

 

Activated city - Rethinking urban possibilities

Johnny Friberg, Pontus Johansson

University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Configuring idiotic virtual agents through a scenario-building kit.
Virtual location: Online Room 2 - Workshops
Chair: Maria Tsilogianni, Maria Tsilogianni

This workshop takes place online.

 

Configuring idiotic virtual agents through a scenario-building kit.

Maria Tsilogianni

Maria Tsilogianni, United Kingdom

 
10:00am
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4:00pm
Materializing bodily relations to data worlds through knotting
Location: BA08 Bizkaia Aretoa Room_Axular
Chair: Vasiliki Tsaknaki, IT University of Copenhagen
Chair: Lara Reime, IT University of Copenhagen

This workshop takes place face-to-face.

 

Materializing Bodily Relations to Data Worlds Through Knotting

Vasiliki Tsaknaki1, Lara Reime1, Marisa Cohn1, Tania Pérez-Bustos2

1: IT University of Copenhagen; 2: Universidad Nacional de Colombia

10:30am
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11:30am
Morning Break
Location: BA00 Bizkaia Aretoa_Terrace Area, 1st floor

Morning Coffee Break

11:30am
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1:00pm
Design for policy and governance: New technologies, new methodologies 1
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Lucy Kimbell, UAL
Chair: Liz Richardson, University of Manchester
Chair: Catherine Durose, University of Birmingham
 

Design for public policy: Embracing uncertainty and hybridity in mapping future research

Lucy Kimbell1, Liz Richardson2, Ramia Mazé1, Catherine Durose3

1: University of the Arts London, United Kingdom; 2: University of Liverpool, United Kingdom; 3: University of Birmingham, United Kingdom



A study on strategic activities to foster design practices in a local government organization

Ahmee Kim, Mieke van der Bijl Brouwer, Ingrid Mulder, Peter Lloyd

Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The

Pasts, presents, and possible futures of design literacies
Location: BA03 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Oteiza, 1st floor
Chair: Úrsula Bravo, Universidad del Desarrollo
Chair: Liv Merete Nielsen, Oslo Metropolitan University
Chair: Erik Bohemia, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences
Chair: Naz A G Z Börekçi, Middle East Technical University
 

Weaving design as a practice of freedom: critical pedagogy in an insurgent network

Bibiana Oliveira Serpa1, Frederick M. C. van Amstel3, Marco Mazzarotto3, Ricardo Artur Carvalho1, Rodrigo Freese Gonzatto2, Sâmia Batista e Silva1, Yasmin da Silva Menezes1

1: ESDI/Rio de Janeiro State University; 2: Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná (PUCPR); 3: Federal University of Technology - Paraná (UTFPR)



Involving Craft Know-How and Traditions in Design Education – Cases of Switzerland, Turkey and India

Bettina Minder1, Özlem Er2, Shilpa Das3

1: Lucerne University of Applied Arts and Sciences, Switzerland; 2: Istanbul Bilgi University, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey; 3: National Institute of Design, India



Dynamic Learning: A Learner-centered Paradigm in Art + Design

Delane Ingalls Vanada, Delane Ingalls Vanada

Catholic University of America, United States of America



Democratic design literacy research

Ingvill Gjerdrum Maus

Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway, Faculty of Technology, Art and Design, Department of Art, Design and Drama

Practice research in social design as a form of inquiry 2
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Patrycja Kaszynska, University of the Arts London
Chair: Eva Knutz, University of Southern Denmark
Chair: Thomas Markussen, University of Southern Denmark
 

Performative modes of inquiry as everyday theatre

Maria Foverskov

Malmö University, School of Arts and Communication (K3), Sweden



Preparing for the pluriverse: Embracing critical self-reflection in service design practice

Shivani Prakash

The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway



Social design as normative inquiry

Patrycja Kaszynska

Social Design Institute, University of the Arts London, UK



Evaluating Social Innovations (SI), how Creative Evaluation (CE) can help articulate their values and impacts.

Violet Owen, Pınar Ceyhan, Leon Cruickshank, Elisavet Christou

ImaginationLancaster, Lancaster University

AI and the conditions of design: Towards a new set of design ideals
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Elisa Giaccardi, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Johan Redström, Umeå University
Chair: Chris Speed, University of Edinburgh
 

From explanations to shared understandings of AI

Iohanna Nicenboim1, Elisa Giaccardi1, Johan Redström2

1: Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; 2: Umeå Institute of Design, Sweden



Mutant in the mirror: queer becomings with AI

Grace Leonora Turtle

Delft University of Technology



Towards a Living Lab for Responsible Applied AI

Maaike Harbers, Anja Overdiek

Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands, The



The Future of Money as a Design Material

Chris Speed, Jonathan Rankin, Chris Elsden, John Vines

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Metaphors for Designers working with AI

Dave Murray-Rust1, Iohanna Nicenboim1, Dan Lockton2

1: Delft University of Technology; 2: Eindhoven University of Technology

Framing practices in design
Location: BA06 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Baroja, 2nd floor
Chair: Paul Hekkert, Delft University of Technology
Chair: Beatrice Gobbo, Politecnico di Milano
 

Reframing Homelessness

Danielle Arets1, Jessy De Cooker1, Vera Boonman1, Lia Van Doorn2, Manon Van Hoeckel4, Marleen Van der Kolk3

1: Fontys, Netherlands, The; 2: Hogeschool Utrecht, The Netherlands; 3: Stichting Zwerfjongeren Nederland; 4: Stichting Bouwdepot



Reframing The Narrative of Privacy through System-Thinking Design

laura ferrarello1, andrea cavallaro2, rute fiadeiro1, riccardo mazzon2

1: Royal College of Art, United Kingdom; 2: Queen Mary University London



Identifying Problem Frames in Design Conversation

Senthil Chandrasegaran1, Peter Lloyd1, Almila Akdag Salah2

1: TU Delft, The Netherlands; 2: Utrecht University, The Netherlands



Musings on vocabulary choices when proposing design towards profound systems change

Gwendolyn Kulick1,2

1: German University in Cairo, Egypt; 2: Wuppertal University, Germany



Activity theory as a framework for understanding framing complexity of design projects

Virginie Tessier, Mithra Zahedi

University of Montreal, Canada

11:30am
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1:30pm
Designing reservist cells in time of crisis
Virtual location: Online Room 1 - Workshops
Chair: Marion REAL, IAAC

This workshop takes place online.

 

Designing reservist cells in time of crisis

Marion REAL, Mariana Quintero, Jean- Luc Pierite

IAAC, Spain

1:00pm
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2:30pm
Lunch Break
Location: BA00 Bizkaia Aretoa_Terrace Area, 1st floor

Lunch Break and Networking

2:30pm
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4:00pm
Design for policy and governance: New technologies, new methodologies 2
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Scott Schmidt, Georgetown University
Chair: Marzia Mortati, Politecnico di Milano
Chair: Louise Mullagh, Lancaster University
 

Co-designing public value: Collective ownership of outcomes in the public sphere

Jez Bebbington, Leon Cruickshank, Niall Hayes

Lancaster University, United Kingdom



“What a designer does in a municipality?” – different approaches towards design in 3 Danish municipalities

Justyna Starostka, Amalia De Götzen

Aalborg University, Denmark



On the importance of an enlarged ‘design for policy’ framework within the public policy cycle

Rui Monteiro1, Bruno Giesteira1, Anne Boddington2, Cristina Farinha3

1: Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal; 2: Kingston University College of Art and Design, Kingston upon Thames, UK; 3: Institute of Sociology, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal



Applying Design-led Approaches to Public Sector Innovation: A Case Study of New Zealand’s Service Innovation Lab

Jane Lehtinen

Aalto University



Values and challenges in rapid prototyping of global health policies

Mariana Fonseca Braga1, Shiau Yun Chong2, Emmanuel Tsekleves1, Michael James Penkunas2, Louise Mullagh1, Harvy Joy Canlas Liwanag2, Emma Louise Margaret2, Nadiah Tengku Adnan2

1: ImaginationLancaster, Lancaster Institute for Contemporary Arts (LICA), Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: United Nations University International Institute for Global Health (UNU-IIGH)

Critiquing the design critique: Examining traditional assessment methods and shifting to new ways of co-sharing feedback
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor
Chair: Dajana Nedic, University of Arkansas, School of Art
Chair: Gaby Hernández, University of Arkansas

Chair: Piper Schuerman, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

Critiquing the design critique: Examining traditional assessment methods and shifting to new ways of co-sharing feedback

Dajana Nedic1, Piper Schuerman2, Gaby Hernández3, Bree McMahon3, Alexandria Canchola4

1: Virginia Tech, School of Visual Art, USA; 2: University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, School of Art & Design, USA; 3: University of Arkansas, School of Art, USA; 4: Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, USA

PhD Event - What DRS can do for the Doctoral Researchers community?
Location: BA03 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Oteiza, 1st floor
Chair: Cecilia Landa-Avila, Loughborough University
Creating connections: Social research of, for, and with design
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Arlene Oak, University of Alberta
Chair: Claire Nicholas, University of Oklahoma
 

After practice: Messy relations in the ethnographic study of design

Arlene Oak1, Claire Nicholas2

1: University of Alberta, Canada; 2: University of Oklahoma, USA



Augmented: Design and ethnography in/of an architecture, computer science, and textile research-creative collective

Claire Nicholas1, James Forren2, Derek Reilly2

1: University of Oklahoma, United States of America; 2: Dalhousie University, Canada



Studying Interaction Design Practices with Theory Instruments

Jacob Buur, Mette Gislev Kjærsgaard, Jessica Sorenson, Ayşe Özge Ağça

University of Southern Denmark, Denmark



Weaving with design research to study children’s everyday practices in cancer care environments

Piet Tutenel1, Stefan Ramaekers2, Ann Heylighen1

1: KU Leuven, Department of Architecture, Research[x]Design, Belgium; 2: KU Leuven, Laboratory for Education and Society, Belgium



Constructing a critical anthropology of contemporary design practices

Jocelyn Bailey

UAL Social Design Institute, United Kingdom

Speculative design and futuring
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Dan Lockton, Eindhoven University of Technology
Chair: Benedetta Lusi, University of Twente
Chair: Iohanna nicenboim, tu delft
 

Making dinner in an uncomfortable future – Comparing provocations as user insight elicitation methods

Karin Nilsson1, Sara Renström2, Helena Strömberg1, Sofie Groth1

1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 2: RISE, Research Institutes of Sweden



Value-drive design approach to envision speculative futures

Yihyun Lim1,3, Bumjin Kim2,3

1: Iovine and Young Academy, University of Southern California; 2: Comprehensive Design, Indiana University Bloomington; 3: D.Fluence



Thinking Outside the Bag: Worker-led Speculation and the Future of Gig Economy Delivery Platforms

Ben Kirman1, Oliver Bates2, Carolynne Lord2, Hayley Alter2

1: University of York, United Kingdom; 2: Lancaster University, United Kingdom



Towards a Heuristic Model for Experiential AI: Analysing The Zizi Show in The New Real

Drew Hemment1, Martin Zeilinger2, Matjaz Vidmar1, Jake Elwes3, Holly Warner1, David Sarmiento1, Robin Hill1

1: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 2: Abertay University, United Kingdom; 3: Artist

3:00pm
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6:00pm
Fables for imagining: Critical storymaking and digital literacies
Location: EB01 Ensanche Building: Room 1
Chair: Gillian Russell, Simon Fraser University
Chair: Frederik Lesage, Simon Fraser University
Chair: Craig Badke, Emily Carr University of Art and Design

This workshop is held in a hybrid format.

 

Fables for Imagining: Critical Storymaking and Digital Literacies

Gillian Russell1, Frederik Lesage2, Craig Badke3

1: Simon Fraser University, Canada; 2: Simon Fraser University, Canada; 3: Emily Carr University, Canada

4:00pm
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4:30pm
Afternoon break
Location: BA00 Bizkaia Aretoa_Terrace Area, 1st floor

Afternoon Refreshment Break

4:00pm
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5:00pm
Urban Fabric - Presentation
Location: IED01 IED Kunsthal_Open Space 0

This if the final presentation of the DRS2022 Lab "Urban Fabric". Open to all conference attendees.

4:30pm
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6:00pm
Design for policy and governance: New technologies, new methodologies 3
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Scott Schmidt, Georgetown University
Chair: Marzia Mortati, Politecnico di Milano
Chair: Louise Mullagh, Lancaster University
 

Participatory IoT Policies: A Case Study of Designing Governance at a Local Level

Louise Mullagh1, Naomi Jacobs1, Nuri Kwon1, Milan Markovic2, Ben Wainwright1, Kirsty Chekansky3

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: Abderdeen University, United Kingdom; 3: Lancaster City Council, United Kingdom



A case of design-enabled public policy formulation process

Diana Pamela Villa Alvarez, Valentina Auricchio, Marzia Mortati

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Design capabilities for community resilience: towards dialogic practices and policies

Mariana Fonseca Braga, Emmanuel Tsekleves

ImaginationLancaster, Lancaster Institute for Contemporary Arts (LICA), Lancaster University, United Kingdom



I-Lab: the co-design program for the construction of the new erp system of the Italian State

Giulia Peruzzi1, Alessandro Di Matteo1, Mariadora Varano1, Marco Pardini2, Gianluca Carroccia2

1: Ministry of Economy and Finance, Italy; 2: Dos Media s.r.l.

Prototyping tensions: How to talk to your colleagues about AI
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor
Chair: Sonja Rebecca Rattay, University of Copenhagen
Chair: Ignacio Garnham, Aarhus University
Chair: Jacob T. Browne, Philips

Chair: Mireia Yurrita, Deflt University of Technology

This Conversation will be hosted in-person and accessible online.

 

Prototyping tensions: How to talk to your colleagues about AI

Sonja Rattay1, Mireia Yurrita2, Ignacio Garnham3, Jacob Browne2,4

1: University of Copenhagen; 2: Delft University of Technology; 3: Aarhus University; 4: Philips

Designing proximities
Location: BA04 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Arriaga, 2nd floor
Chair: Rosie Hornbuckle, University of the Arts London
Chair: Alison Prendiville, LCC, University of the Arts London

This session will continue until 18:15 as it has 6 paper presentations.

Link to Editorial: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.1058

 

Designing proximity with situated stakeholders

Davide Fassi, Francesco Vergani

Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Hybrid Economies in Hybrid Cities built on Manufacturing, Networks, and Design

Carla Sedini

Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Participatory tool for productive citizenship in a regional maker network

Luca D'Elia1, Lina Monaco2, Viktor Malakuczi1

1: Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; 2: Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain



Out of isolation: Designing reusable PPE gowns based on an understanding of healthcare workers’ lived experiences

Katherine Townsend1, Sonja Sterman2, Eloise Salter1, Karen Harrigan1

1: Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom; 2: University of Maribor, Slovenia



Technologies and collaborative services proximity in the smart cities. Distributed ledger as a push for new relationships

Stefania Palmieri, Mario Bisson, Alessandro Ianniello, Riccardo Palomba, Luca Botta

Design Department, Politecnico di Milano, Italy



Project proximities: A meta review of how design addresses distance in complex collaborations

Rosie Hornbuckle

University of the Arts London, United Kingdom

Food + design: Transformations via transversal and transdisciplinary approaches
Location: BA05 Bizkaia Aretoa_Room Laboa, 2nd floor
Chair: Silvana Juri, Carnegie Mellon University
Chair: Sonia Massari, University of Pisa
Chair: Pedro Reissig, UBA
 

Development of Eco-friendly Bubble Tea Take-away Cups

Shun-Yuan Cheng1, Meng-Dar Shieh2

1: National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan; 2: National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan



Diving in. What will it take for consumers to transition to a circular economy ready-to-cook fish product? Insights from the UK

Hayley Alter, Emmanuel Tsekleves, Serena Pollastri

ImaginationLancaster, Lancaster University, United Kingdom



A product-service system design approach for the frame innovation of Food and Beverage on board of civil aviation aircraft

Paola Maria TRAPANI1,2, Jiao MO1, Ke MA1,3

1: College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, China; 2: AHO, Arkitektur - og designhøgskolen i Oslo, Norway; 3: School of Artificial Intelligence and Automation, Huazhong University of Science and Technology



User research to design a more-than-human food commons

Justin Sacks

Lancaster University, United Kingdom

 
7:00pm
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9:00pm
Keynote debate 3: Future food
Location: BA01 Bizkaia Aretoa_Mitxelena Auditorium, Ground floor
Chair: Silvana Juri, Carnegie Mellon University

This keynote session will be streamed live online.

Keynote Speakers:

Andoni Aduriz, Mugaritz

Sonja Stummerer and Martin Hablesreiter, Honey and Bunny

Programme:

18:45 Doors Opening
19:00 Opening
19:15 Keynote Debate
20:45 Drinks and Dinner on the Bizkaia Aretoa Terrace

Conference Proceedings: https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2022.cv001


 
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