Design to Context
Inside out and outside in: building and re-positioning the professional profile by strengthening individual skills, reflecting and extending existing fields by using a relevant outlook for the future.
Experimentation in Design
Various frameworks and methods are essential to help engage with stakeholder groups, identify evidence, gain new knowledge through explorative data collection and analysis, and build strong argumentation.
Design & Value
We are redefining our material culture by understanding invisible and visible elements in design as equally relevant dimensions and taking action in disruptively growing design into sustainable entrepreneurship.
Focus modules are 20 short 2 day classes and workshops covering a wide range of subjects from research, design, futures, services, interactions, and sustainability. You can select 6 of these per semester, part time students select 3 per semester.
Project modules focus on project-based learning directed to your own or a collaborative thesis. It includes weekly coaching sessions, introductions into thesis preparation courses, and various design workshops with external partners, foundations, and companies.
Lab modules are optional workshops focusing on material research, phygital (tangible and electronic) prototyping, dirty prototyping (fast, agile, across various media) and video storytelling etc.