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Treffyn Koreshoff - Human Centric Design for Aged Care

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Design of objects for improving care for ageing people in home - identifying problems and providing suggestions.

Design of objects for improving care for ageing people in home - identifying problems and providing suggestions.

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  • 1. Ageing IoT and the
  • 2. • Health and ageing well • The Internet of Things • What are you studying? • What are you finding?
  • 3. • Support ageing well • Involve people in the design process • The IoT is repurposeable • Really engage people in the design process • Design doesn’t stop when you’ve built something.
  • 4. Health and ageing well
  • 5. Ageing well Maintaining independence and agency by remaining physically active and healthy, socially engaged, and contributing actively to their families, social networks and communities.
  • 6. Ageing well manifests differently because we’re all unique So how do you build a device for everyone? You don’t. People need to understand their capabilities so they can be repurposed.
  • 7. The IoT
  • 8. Io T Pervasiv e Ubiquitous
  • 9. Io T DomesticHealth
  • 10. Processor s Sensor s Coordinators StorageNodes Actuators
  • 11. So how are you going about it?
  • 12. Mutual learning Imagine the future with the people who will actually be using the technology, don’t assume and prescribe.
  • 13. Mutual learning Develop a common understanding. People learn about the possibility of the technology. Designers learn about their life and how they might use the technology. Together you develop something useful
  • 14. Mutual learning Keep engaging even after you’ve built the object. Objects get finalised through use. People and the IoT are always subject to change. The IoT can be repurposed!
  • 15. So what are you finding?
  • 16. • can be really computer literate when they want to be • don’t like ‘old people’ technology • aren’t like the assumptions of ‘old’ people many designers have • make tradeoffs about everything • can envisage the IoT, just in different ways Peopl e
  • 17. Questions