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Monday, January 02, 2006

Design Symposium

Design Symposium

The experience of everyday things

Design integrates knowledge. Knowledge about materials, product concepts, and technological possibilities. And knowledge about the human dimension of products.

Information about people's needs, motives and behaviors are essential for a successful product design. The human sciences possess a wealth of knowledge about the human condition and investigating methods to extend this knowledge.
In the symposium 'The Experience of Everyday Things' we will explore how the human sciences can inspire, feed and provoke designers.

Four speakers operating in the field between the human sciences and design - Donald Norman, Josephine Green, Henk Janssen and Paul Hekkert - will provide position statements in engaging presentations. The four positions will form the basis for a lively debate between the speakers and an audience of designers and design researchers.
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