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Meet colombian designer and visiting PhD student Maria Cristina Ibarra at CODE

Hello! My name is Maria Cristina Ibarra. I am a colombian designer and PhD student at the doctoral programme of design in the Superior School of Industrial Design (ESDI) of Rio de Janeiro State University (ESDI/UERJ) – Brazil. In this

Meet colombian designer and visiting PhD student Maria Cristina Ibarra at CODE

Hello! My name is Maria Cristina Ibarra. I am a colombian designer and PhD student at the doctoral programme of design in the Superior School of Industrial Design (ESDI) of Rio de Janeiro State University (ESDI/UERJ) – Brazil. In this

What has design to do with politics? DISEÑA from Chile has just arrived

Recently this lovely collection of texts and reflections upon design and politics from Chile arrived in my mailbox. Me (Li Jönsson) and Tau Ulv Lenskjold contributed with a text upon multi-species ethnography through design. Find the journal here; http://www.revistadisena.com/revista-disena/ and for latest

What has design to do with politics? DISEÑA from Chile has just arrived

Recently this lovely collection of texts and reflections upon design and politics from Chile arrived in my mailbox. Me (Li Jönsson) and Tau Ulv Lenskjold contributed with a text upon multi-species ethnography through design. Find the journal here; http://www.revistadisena.com/revista-disena/ and for latest

Codesigner co-creates museum material together with citizens

Sarah Bodil Tierney graduated as codesigner from KADK in 2012 with a design-anthropological project about ‘blok P’ in Greenland. Present Sarah works on a project together with Museum Lolland-Falster, which is funded by the Danish Arts Foundation. Here is an

Codesigner co-creates museum material together with citizens

Sarah Bodil Tierney graduated as codesigner from KADK in 2012 with a design-anthropological project about ‘blok P’ in Greenland. Present Sarah works on a project together with Museum Lolland-Falster, which is funded by the Danish Arts Foundation. Here is an

Seminar with Ann Light, Monday Nov. 30: The Design of World Machines: Sharing, Caring and Global Technologies

The “sharing economy” deals with spare capacity that can be rented out. File sharing makes replicable digital content illicitly available. Both developments exist in a culture of owned personal or corporate resources. What if we turn our focus to shared

Seminar with Ann Light, Monday Nov. 30: The Design of World Machines: Sharing, Caring and Global Technologies

The “sharing economy” deals with spare capacity that can be rented out. File sharing makes replicable digital content illicitly available. Both developments exist in a culture of owned personal or corporate resources. What if we turn our focus to shared

CODE talk, Monday, Nov. 23, 15:00 -17:00: Design encounters with non-human others

Li Jönsson,  recent ph.d. and today post doc at CODE will give a CODE-talk  on her on-going research: Design is argued to be a practice committed to proposing new forms of life (Ingold, 2015). But at times where issues such

CODE talk, Monday, Nov. 23, 15:00 -17:00: Design encounters with non-human others

Li Jönsson,  recent ph.d. and today post doc at CODE will give a CODE-talk  on her on-going research: Design is argued to be a practice committed to proposing new forms of life (Ingold, 2015). But at times where issues such

Guest lecture, Monday 16. November, 16:00 – 18:00: The Business of Collaboration and Service Design by Kirsikka Vaajakallio from Hellon, Helsinki , in CODE at KADK, building 90, room 90.3.105

I In Hellon, we create unique and successful customer experiences. Our passion is helping organizations transform towards customer centricity by improving employee experience and culture. Our industry experience comprises the financial-, healthcare-, culture-, ICT-, manufacturing-, retail-, travel- and public sectors.

Guest lecture, Monday 16. November, 16:00 – 18:00: The Business of Collaboration and Service Design by Kirsikka Vaajakallio from Hellon, Helsinki , in CODE at KADK, building 90, room 90.3.105

I In Hellon, we create unique and successful customer experiences. Our passion is helping organizations transform towards customer centricity by improving employee experience and culture. Our industry experience comprises the financial-, healthcare-, culture-, ICT-, manufacturing-, retail-, travel- and public sectors.

Seminar, March 17: The Challenges of Creative Ethnography

  Tomasz Rakowski who is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, and Lecturer at the Institute of Polish Culture, University of Warsaw, will be visiting CODE in the coming week Tomasz will give an open

Seminar, March 17: The Challenges of Creative Ethnography

  Tomasz Rakowski who is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, and Lecturer at the Institute of Polish Culture, University of Warsaw, will be visiting CODE in the coming week Tomasz will give an open