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First two steps of the Intervention Design Process Model with helpful tools to use.

First two steps of the Intervention Design Process Model with helpful tools to use.

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Intervention Design workshop #3 at MAMDT Maastricht Intervention Design workshop #3 at MAMDT Maastricht Presentation Transcript

  • intervention design: identifying the area of interest
  • last week: modernity versus postmodernity
  • warming up: short assignment about design - back in one hour •what is a designer? •what is the role of a designer? •what should be the role of a designer?
  • steven mccarthy - the designer as… (2013)
  • Intervention Design Process Model (IDPM) 1. Select and analyse an area of interest. 2. Apply theory and describe the clash between the old and new paradigms. 3. Identify the problem in terms of environment, media and target group. 4. Investigate how the problem would be solved using normal/current design. 5. Investigate how the problem would be solved using new ideas and insights. 6. Compare both and design an intervention. 7. Test and evaluate the intervention design.
  • Intervention Design Process Model (IDPM) 1. Select and analyse an area of interest. 2. Apply theory and describe the clash between the old and new paradigms. 3. Identify the problem in terms of environment, media and target group. 4. Investigate how the problem would be solved using normal/current design. 5. Investigate how the problem would be solved using new ideas and insights. 6. Compare both and design an intervention. 7. Test and evaluate the intervention design.
  • 1. select an area of interest
  • macro (DESTEP) meso micro tool #1: trend piramide products services (notice) behavior (observe) abstract change/developments (speculate)
  • example: city gardening
  • macro (DESTEP) meso micro trend piramide for city gardening taking matters in own hands wanting to make a difference looking for control DIY dread authenticity don’t trust food industry responsibility city gardens lokal food market (notice) (observe) (speculate) meaning independence lokality implosion industry vegetables fruits
  • • Demographics • Economics • Social-cultural • Technologic • Ecological • Political tool #2: DESTEP
  • try to fill in DESTEP for city gardening
  • 2. apply theory
  • you can use mcluhan’s advice: don’t drown in the media mahlström
  • observe, take distance, find patterns
  • laws of media tetrad (1988)
  • laws of media used with iPad
  • Enhances: brain, central nervous system, directness, nonlinearity, simultaneous, always on Obsolesces: hierarchy, linearity, objectivity Retrieves: acoustic space, togetherness, tribes, network Reverses: anomy, void, nothingness, hyperreal
  • try to use the four laws of media with city gardening
  • ! ! • brainstorm about interesting developments in our current society • select an area you are going to research • use trend piramide and DESTEP to describe that area • use media theory to describe the area in depth and where the world is heading to • describe the paradigms of our current world and of the new world (and their clash) ! now take steps #1 and #2 of IDPM
  • remember: you haven’t choose a problem/situation yet! that’s step #3
  • homework? see blog!