Monday 16 June

9.00 Registration throughout the day at the reception desk in the Sliperiet foyer on the Umeå Arts Campus  Östra Strandgatan 30 (click to find us on Google Maps)

9.30-11.00

Debate: Life Hacking Would you trust a teenager to tinker with biological material? Increasingly the means for designing life, life forms, and lifelike matter are immediately at hand, leading to the rise of wet labs bio-hacker studios. Should we be policing the ethical boundaries and security breaches of this new frontier? Are the limits to our freedom to create biomaterials that we should be legislating? And what new questions are emerging as shift from atoms to bits to cells?

Christina Agapakis, Jessica Nihlen Fahlquist

11.00-11.30

Fika

11.30-13.00

Presentations

Papers 1: Design and Emotions 1

Designing Experiences

11.30-12.00

Sliperiet Conference Room

12.00-12.30

Sliperiet Conference Room
Deconstructing Expected Passenger Experience in Airports Philip Kirk, Anna Harrison, Vesna Popovic, Ben Kraal

12.30-13.00

Sliperiet Conference Room

Papers 2: Design Areas 1

Visual Communication

11.30-12.00

Sliperiet Motion Capture room

12.00-12.30

Sliperiet Motion Capture room

12.30-13.00

Sliperiet Motion Capture room

Papers 3: EKSIG 1

Experiential Knowledge in the Design Product

11.30-12.00

UMA auditorium

12.00-12.30

UMA auditorium

12.30-13.00

UMA auditorium

Papers 4: PEDSIG 1

Design Pedagogy & Education: Visual Approaches to Design Education

11.30-12.00

UID auditorium
Designerly Ways to Theoretical Insight: Visualization as a Means to Explore, Discuss and Understand Design Theory Anne Louise Bang, Silje Alberthe Kamille Friis, Anne Katrine Gøtzsche Gelting

12.00-12.30

UID auditorium
Bombs Away: Visual Thinking and Students' Engagement in Design Studio Contexts Marianella Chamorro-Koc, Andrew Scott, Gretchen Coombs

Papers 5: Sustainability SIG 1

Social Sustainability

11.30-12.00

UID project studio
Users, Stakeholders and Researchers: Dilemmas of Research as Practice and the Role of Design Thinking in the Case Study of a Rehabilitation Living Lab Poldma Tiiu, Labbé Delphine, Bertin Sylvain, Kehayia Eva, Swaine Bonnie, Ahmed Sara, Archambault Philippe, Le Dorze Guylaine, Fung Joyce, Lamontagne Anouk

Papers 6: Design for People 1

Usability

11.30-12.00

UID art studio
Examining Intuitive Navigation in Airports
Andrew Cave, Alethea Blackler, Vesna Popovic, Ben Kraal

12.30-13.00

UID art studio
Defining the Experiential Aspects of Passengers' Comfort in the Aircraft Interior - an Empirical Study Naseem Ahmadpour, Gitte Lindgaard, Jean-Marc Robert, Bernard Pownall

Papers 7:

Design Values

11.30-12.00

UID green room

12.30-13.00

UID green room

13.00-14.30

Lunch

14.30-16.00

Presentations

Papers 1: Design and Emotions 2

Product Impact and Perception

14.30-15.00

Sliperiet conference room

15.00-15.30

Sliperiet conference room
From Product to Effect: Towards a Human-centered Model of Product Impact
Steven Fokkinga, Paul Hekkert, Pieter Desmet, Elif Özcan

15.30-16.00

Sliperiet conference room

Papers 2: Design Areas 2

Design Transformation

14.30-15.00

Sliperiet motion capture room

15.00-15.30

Sliperiet motion capture room

15.30-16.00

Sliperiet motion capture room

Papers 3: EKSIG 2

Experiential Knowledge in the Design Process

15.00-15.30

UMA auditorium
How to Introduce Experiential User Data: The Use of Information in Architects' Design Process Margo Annemans, Chantal Van Audenhove, Hilde Vermolen, Ann Heylighen

15.30-16.00

UMA auditorium
Tactile Augmentation: Reaching for Tacit Knowledge Camilla Groth, Maarit Mäkelä, Pirita Seitamaa-Hakkarainen, Krista Kosonen

Conversation 1:

14.30-16.00

UID auditorium
Service Design Education: Old Dog or New Tricks? Carl DiSalvo, Jodi Forlizzi, Stefan Holmlid, Froukje Visser

Conversation 2:

14.30-16.00

UID project studio
Perpetual Beta Emily Verba, Katherine Kovacs, Kaley Madden

Conversation 3:

14.30-16.00

UID art studio
Design Research for Cities in Crisis Dr Hélène Frichot, Dr Janet McGaw, Rochus Urban Hinkel, Alberto Altes Arlandis

Conversation 4:

14.30-16.00

UID green room
The Design of Data Raoul Rickenberg, Jane Pirone, Christopher Falliers

Conversation 5:

14.30-16.00

UID red room
Violence, Militancy and Design Research Hellström Reimer Maria, Keshavarz Mahmoud, Lindström Kristina, Marshall John, Ståhl Åsa

16.00-16.30

Fika

16.30-18.00

Presentations

Papers 1: Design and Emotions 3

Communication and Perception

16.30-17.00

Sliperiet conference room

17.00-17.30

Sliperiet conference room

Papers 2: Design Areas 3

Textile Design

16.30-17.00

Sliperiet motion capture room
An Aesthetic Approach to the Use of Textiles in Architecture Tina Moor, Andrea Weber Marin, Janine Haeberle

17.00-17.30

Sliperiet motion capture room
The Design Alphabet for Textiles as Applied Method at the Frontiers of Textile Design Research Isabel Rosa Mueggler, Andrea Weber Marin, Françoise Adler, Janine Haeberle, Kim Poldner

Papers 3: EKSIG 3

Experiential Knowledge in Design Research

16.30-17.00

UMA auditorium

17.00-17.30

UMA auditorium
Aspects of Research through Design Danny Godin, Mithra Zahedi

Papers 4: PEDSIG 2

Design Pedagogy & Education: Improving Design Education

16.30-17.00

UID auditorium

17.30-18.00

UID auditorium
Framing Behaviours in Novice Interaction Designers Nicole Lotz, Helen Sharp, Mark Woodroffe, Richard Blyth, Dono Rajah, Turugare Ranganai

Conversation 1:

16.30-18.00

UID project studio
Prototyping Design Fiction James Auger, Sara Ilstedt, Eva Knutz, Thomas Markussen, Josefin Wangel

Conversation 2:

16.30-18.00

UID art studio
The Practice of Constructive Design Research Stoffel Kuenen, John Zimmerman, Johan Redström, Caroline Hummels

Conversation 3:

16.30-18.00

UID green room
Participatory Impact Assessment for Social Design Denielle Emans, Adina Hempel, Kate Lyon

Conversation 4:

16.30-18.00

UID red room
A Configurative Approach to Digital Imaginaries Design: Rethinking the Index Dr. Jonas Fritsch, Dr. Konstantinos Ioannidis, Dr. Susan Kozel, Dr. Sari Tähtinen

18.00-22.00

Pub in UMA Theatre

18.30-20.00

Dinner in Gammlia (optional)