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  • 1. BE THE CHANGECREATIVE INTERACTION PRESENTATION CERI ALMROTT MSc DESIGN 1ST FEBRUARY 2010
  • 2. INTRODUCTION• a catalyst for change• investigate new methodologies• observe the work of others• become a broader and more creative designer
  • 3. CURRENT PROCESS• technically based• technically led• lack of sketching and more creative ideation• tendency to over complicate designs
  • 4. BIOMIMETICS1. Nature runs on sunlight.2. Nature uses only the energy it needs.3. Nature fits form to function.4. Nature recycles everything.5. Nature rewards cooperation.6. Nature banks on diversity.7. Nature demands local expertise.8. Nature curbs excesses from within.9. Nature taps the power of limits.
  • 5. USER CENTRED DESIGNMethod Cost Output Sample size When to useFocus groups Low Non-statistical Low Requirements gatheringUsability testing High Statistical & non- Low Design & statistical evaluationCard Sorting High Statistical High DesignParticipatory Low Non-statistical Low DesigndesignQuestionnaires Low Statistical High Requirements gathering & evaluationInterviews High Non-statistical Low Requirements gathering & evaluation
  • 6. DIETER RAMS1. Good design is innovative2. Good design makes a product useful3. Good design is aesthetic4. Good design makes a product understandable5. Good design is unobtrusive6. Good design is honest7. Good design is long-lasting8. Good design is thorough, down to the last detail9. Good design is environmentally-friendly10.Good design is as little design as possible
  • 7. JOHN WHEELER• painter• experiments with a range of techniques• evolutionary process• passion is for medium not for image
  • 8. HEIDI GLOPPEN• graphic designer• works on issue based campaigns• immerses in research• sketch & research process loop
  • 9. ALTERED PROCESS1. design is fun!2. nature fits form to function/good design is aesthetic3. nature rewards co-operation4. nature banks on diversity/good design is innovative5. nature demands local expertise/good design has longevity6. good design is concerned for the environment
  • 10. Organix kettle
  • 11. BE THE CHANGECREATIVE INTERACTION PRESENTATION CERI ALMROTT MSc DESIGN 1ST FEBRUARY 2010