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Meeting the Complex and Unfamiliar: Lessons from Design in the Offshore Industry
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015-08)
Designers increasingly find themselves working in unfamiliar fields with high levels of complexity. One such field is the offshore industry. Through qualitative research interviews with eight industrial and interaction ...
Guide: Layered scenario mapping
Layered scenario mapping is a technique used to gain insight into the ‘situation one designs for’. It is a systemic technique and emphasises presenting information in different layers going from an overview to very ...
Systems Intertwined: A Systemic View on the Design Situation
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
Systemic design in complex contexts : an enquiry through designing a ship's bridge
(CON-TEXT;17, Doctoral thesis; Peer reviewed, 2016)
In recent years designers seem to increasingly be engaged in projects for complex, high-risk domains. Yet, little research has been conducted that addresses how designers experience such projects, what kinds of challenges ...
Shaping Designers’ Sea Sense: A Guide for Design-Driven Field Research at Sea
(Conference object, 2015-09)
Designers taking on marine design projects need an in-depth understanding of the context for which they design to be able to make good design judgements. This paper suggests that such an understanding can be referred to ...
Field studies informing ship's bridge design at the ocean industries concept lab.
In this paper we discuss the use of field research in multidisciplinary design processes when designing the ship's bridge of offshore service vessels. From carrying out ten field studies at sea over a three year period we ...
Guide: Design-driven field research at sea
Design-driven field research at sea is an approach to field research specifically aimed at the needs of designers. The approach emphasises three focus areas: data mapping; experiencing life at sea; and design reflection. ...
Reaching hard-to-reach users. Using online media to get a glimpse of work in marine contexts
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)