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Healthcloud - Participatory design of user interfaces for senior people’s active aging

Normark, Jörgen; Wikberg-Nilsson, Åsa; Björklund, Cecilia; Wiklund-Axelsson, Sari-Anne // 2018
The aim of the interdisciplinary HealthCloud pre-study project was twofold: to further knowledge of user experiences of inclusive interface design specifically for an ageing population, and to ...

Narrative health communication: Exploring how medical comics can be designed to support children with serious illness

Søreide, Inga Nedrebø; Høiseth, Marikken; Vis, Anne Carlijn // 2018
Information can empower and create understanding among patients, although some topics can be difficult to talk about. For instance, it can be difficult for parents to talk with their seriously ill ...

THE ALGEBRA, LOGIC AND TOPOLOGY OF SYSTEM-OF-SYSTEMS

Johansson, Mats (1); Eklund, Patrik (1); Kortelainen ,Jari (2); Winter ,Michael (3) // 2018
In this paper we propose an information structure enrichment of relational models underlying design structure models typically used in System-ofSystems. Such design structures are algebraically, ...

The Effect of Product Technology to Product Acceptance in The User Interaction of Wearable Products – An Assessment of Activity Tracker Product Designed Within The Scope of Health Benefits

Esen, Özge Ceylan; Eroğlu, Ilgım // 2018
Wearable Technologies is an important subject which must be studied properly in terms of interaction with human among all cyber physical systems. This technologies “epitomizes the interaction of ...

USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN VALUE FRAMING BASED ON SERVICE INNOVATION: STORYTELLING AS AN INTERVENTION TO SUPPORT AGING-IN-PLACE

RAZMI, FATEMEH // 2018
Based on reports both to the “Nation on Livable Communities” and to “Nordic Centre for Welfare and Social Issues”, aging-in-place is outlined as a desire of 90 percent of adults over the age of 65 ...

VITALISING HEALTH PROMOTING TECHNOLOGY FOR ELDERLY IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Cappelen, Birgitta; Andersson, Anders-Petter // 2018
In this paper, we reflect on developing a course in design of health promoting technology for elderly, within the field of Tangible Interaction Design (TID). The pedagogical goal is to develop ...

3D PRINTING IN MEDICAL APPLICATION: AN EDUCATIONAL DESIGN PERSPECTIVE

Mirtaheri, Peyman; Guler, Evin; Gjřvaag, Terje // 2017
Medical applications for 3D printing are expanding rapidly and this technology is expected to revolutionize health care. The application of 3D printing in medicine and healthcare can provide several ...

A concept of an integrated system for monitoring changes on the human skin

Zezelj, Dragan; Bojcetic, Nenad; Pletikapic Exle, Latica // 2017
In this study, a concept of an integrated system for monitoring changes on the human skin is presented. The system is based on a static or mobile self-service front-end facility. Its purpose is to ...

Designing mental health delivery systems: Where do we start?

Komashie, Alexander; Ray, Sarah; Kar Ray, Manaan; Clarkson, P. John // 2017
Healthcare services that consistently meet the needs of service users have to be designed. The growing demand for better quality of care, together with an increasing awareness of limited resources, ...

EMPOWERMENT THROUGH PRODUCT DESIGN: DIGITAL TEXTILE PATTERN DESIGN FOR GRIP DEVELOPMENT IN HEALTHCARE

Lyche, Wenche; Berg, Arild // 2017
In the meeting of textile pattern design and 3D-printing techniques, there is the potential for developing inclusive products for healthcare. There is a great need for this from both patients and ...

INTERACTIONAL CO-DESIGN AND CO-PRODUCTION THROUGH SHARED DIALOGUE WORKSHOPS

Buck, Lyndon; Morse, Tracy; Lungu, Kingsley; Petney, Matthew // 2017
In 2017 660 million people remain without sustainable access to safe drinking water [1]. The majority of these are in rural areas with little hope in the foreseeable future of access to distributed ...

LIGHT IN THE PUBLIC REALM

Carpenter, James // 2017
In order to address daylight as a meaningful presence in the urban context, light needs to be understood as a
public resource and one that offers a collective engagement with, and biological ...

OLDER ADULT INSIGHTS FOR AGE FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENTS, PRODUCTS AND SERVICE SYSTEMS

SHORE, Linda; de EYTO, Adam; KIERNAN, Louise; Nic A BHAIRD, Deirbhile; CONNOLLY, Anne; WHITE, PJ; FAHEY, Tracy; MOANE, Siobhan // 2017
It is estimated that by 2020, a quarter of the European population will be aged over 65, and expected to grow further by two million annually after 2012 [1] There is also an expectation that children ...

PROBLEM BASED LEARNING: DEVELOPING COMPETENCY IN KNOWLEDGE INTEGRATION IN HEALTH DESIGN

Sellen, Kate M // 2017
Different communities, organizations, and people hold different views on their own and others wellbeing. It is often challenging to balance different perspectives during the design process when the ...

Service design for people with disabilities using context-based activity modelling and international classification of functioning, disability and health

Lim, Myung Joon; Kim, Yong Se // 2017
The core of the service is personalization, and personalized should be preceded by an understanding the individual, and the context surrounding the individual. People with disabilities want to use ...

Simulation of acoustic product properties in virtual environments based on artificial neural networks (ANN)

Siegel, Antje; Weber, Christian; Albers, Albert; Landes, David; Behrendt, Matthias // 2017
Acoustic product properties are playing an increasingly important role for product developers and designers. At the one hand the sound of a product has influence on the buying behavior of customers ...

A model of product-induced pain

Dong, Andy; Yannou, Bernard // 2016
In industry circles, customer "pain points" has replaced customer needs as the source of ideas for products and services. The premise is that the more pressing the 'pain', the more likely the ...

A multi-context design approach for a portable ultrasound device

Kersten, Wouter; Diehl, Jan Carel; Crul, Marcel; Van Engelen, Jo; // 2016
The world is complex. Amongst others, this means that many elements are interconnected. When designing solutions, this complexity is often seen as cumbersome, resulting in (over) simplification of ...

Avoiding Fall Related Injuries in Older Adults – An Interdisciplinary Design Approach

Sankowski, Olga; Wollesen, Bettina; Köhler, Berit; Krause, Dieter; Mattes, Klaus // 2016
Because of the frequency and severe consequences of falls in the elderly, falling is one of the major public health issues. It would be a substantial improvement to reduce the severity and occurrence ...

CAN DIAGRAMS HELP IMPROVE HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS DESIGN AND CARE DELIVERY?

Komashie, A.; Clarkson, P. J. // 2016
There is significant evidence to suggest that healthcare systems even in developed countries do not work as desired, leading to millions of pounds in cost and a growing demand for improvements in ...

DESIGN OF A MODULE FOR CONTINUOUS PASSIVE MOTION TO BE USED IN EQUIPMENT FOR THE REHABILITATION OF ELBOW AND FOREARM

Callegaro, A. M.; Caten, C. S. t.; Jung, C. F.; Fogliatto, F. S.; Tonetto, L. M. // 2016
The continuous passive motion (CPM) is a physical therapy resource may be performed using a CPM device. In this paper we present the development of a CPM module required to rehabilitate the human ...

DETERMINING WORK FOCUS, COMMON LANGUAGE, AND ISSUES IN ENGINEERING PROJECTS THROUGH TOPIC PERSISTANCE

Snider, C.; Skec, S.; Gopsill, J.; Hicks, B. // 2016
Large-scale engineering projects are challenging to monitor, manage, and improve. This paper presents an approach to addressing part of this challenge - the automatic detection of engineering ...

IMPROVING HAJJ PILGRIMS HEALTH CONDITIONS THROUGH PRODUCT DESIGN

Razi, M. // 2016
Hajj, the annual greater pilgrimage for Muslims, is a combination of different steps. Health condition of Hajj is of the most important issues related due to high population density and activities. ...

New Conceptual Approaches in the Orthopaedic Knee Brace Supply

Kuchinke, Lisa-Marie; Sauerhoff, Maike; Neumann, Marc; Bender, Beate // 2016
In recent years an increasing interest in customizing medical and orthopaedic products in connection with an individual treatment of each patient can be noticed. This trend also includes the sector ...

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