Designer Interaction with Informal Collections of Visual Material


Rector Magnificus
Prof. dr. P.J. Stappers
Prof. J.M. Hennessey
Prof. dr. J.P.L. Schoormans
Prof. dr. ir. J.B.O.S. Martens
Prof. dr. B. Laurel
Prof. G. Crampton Smith
Prof. dr. K.P. Lee


Defence on November 11, 2005 at 10:30 AM in the Senate Room of the Aula. At 10:00 AM a short presentation of the key findings.
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sticker 2: A picture from the Mind Map experiment described in chapter 2.     The picture shows one of the participants ˆ the Dordrecht artist Theo Kemp ˆ drawing his associations with the filing cabinet as a central image.    His associations contained references to the X-Files for the ordered drawer, and sedimentation and humus for the unorganized drawer.    This picture was taken on February 6, 2001 in my dining room.    On flickr.com/photos/cabinet/sets/are more pictures of the sessions and the Mind Maps that resulted from them.

Chapter 2: Theoretical framework

In this chapter, experts from design and research were involved to create a theoretical framework. Read all about it in the PDF Chapter 2 Theoretical Framework.

If you want to find out more, see some of the instructions and results in the Appendix

Flickr for inspiration

Links to related projects:

The TRI Setup
ACT 02

Links to related topics:

Cabinet of Curiosities
Research through Design
Idea Generation Methods
Context mapping

More inspiration only

Louis Pasteur
Albert Einstein

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