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Molenaar, Loeke (author)
KLM, a Dutch airline, is renowned for their high levels of services and customer experiences. With their purpose ‘moving your world by creating memorable experiences’, maintaining those high levels of services is important. Cabin crew is for a big part responsible for those high levels of services. Making cabin crew feel the best of them and...
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Wang, Yuxiang (author)
This is a 5-month master graduation project in collaboration with Praxa Sense to design the next generation Atrial Fibrillation diagnosis device. A long-term (more than one month) continuous, off-hospital diagnosis device is designed with the focus on user experience and diagnosis accuracy. There are several phases in this project including...
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Terranea, Mathijs (author)
This report describes the process of the graduation project: ‘Surfboard as a Service: a novel kitesurfing experience’, which was carried out from February to September 2019. The assignment of the project is to design a custom Product-as-a-Service (PaaS) concept for Appletree Surfboards, which: reduces environmental impact, benefits the company...
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Schouten, Nina (author)
This graduation project explores how the concept of problem sustaining interaction (PSI) patterns in mental development in adolescence can be used for design. In contrast to the currently used Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), which describes psychiatric disorders from only a psychological perspective, the concept of...
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Hogendoorn, Paul-Jan (author)
Heat pipes are typically used in the semiconductor industry. This means that the scale of these heat pipes is typically in the order of centimeters. Zijm suggests that heat pipes could be used for geothermal applications, but literature is lacking. To further investigate the geothermal application of heat pipes, a large scale heat pipe is built....
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Koster, Piebe (author)
The design of a container terminal is a process that goes through a number of phases. One of the first is the concept design phase, which is needed to make a first assessment of the project's technical and financial feasibility. This phase is exploratory of nature, because of the early stage in the design cycle and consists of several tasks that...
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Montella Lavin, Andrea (author)
The current thesis explores the impact that the use of visual contracts has from the fairness perspective. The project developed in collaboration with the company Visual Contracts, a start-up specialized in Legal Design Thinking, aims to provide an added value and evidence that supports the relevance of their activity. A design process that...
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de Groot, Stef (author)
Technology developments are making it possible to start automating the last-mile of parcel logistics. This raises the question of how these autonomous technologies will interact with humans. The goal of this project is to design a concept of a delivery robot for DHL, that maximizes acceptance by pedestrians. <br/><br/>Literature research and...
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Fort Munoz, Julia (author)
The mobility industry is facing a disruptive transformation. A large number of social, economic and technological trends are shaping the way we will move in the future. In this fast-changing environment, mytaxi becomes FREE NOW due to the joint venture in 2019 between its mother company Daimler together with BMW. While joining forces to become a...
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Yang, Yujing (author)
In order to realize sustainable customer growth, a company could adopt different strategies: opening up a new market, developing new products, etc. Based on the SWOT analysis, No Label is small and lacking capital, while its main target group (middle-class men, aged 25-45) is growing rapidly. Thus, No Label’s biggest opportunity lies in focusing...
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Kharoubi, Yara (author)
The construction industry faces problems in interoperability. Information is not easily interpreted nor accessed by participants. The insufficient level of interoperability occurs due to fragmentation between disciplines in the construction industry. To enhance interoperability, Building Information Modeling (BIM) formed a collaborative model...
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He, Xuanmin (author)
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2017 went to the development of cryo-electron microscopy, which contributed to the discovery of new cells and viruses, the diagnosis of unknown diseases, the mapping of human genomes and the manufacturing of semiconductors. Cryo Correlative light and electron microscopy (Cryo-CLEM), is the combination of using...
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Folkers, Francis (author)
A process that started with creating a standard test for viewing the cleaning performance of ultrasonic cleaners on dentures came to a result as the Sonic 1, an ultrasonic denture cleaner for the company Dental Robotics. Cleaning performance, use(r scenario), and aesthetics were essential pillars in the process. Oral hygiene is essential for...
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Schutte, Tim (author)
It is expected that the automotive industry will be facing a radical shift, going from human driven cars to cars that are driving autonomously. In this project I started out with performing an in depth literature research to get a good understanding on what is expected to change. My expectations that the design and solutions for a self-driving...
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van Beek, Suzanne (author)
Change can be defined as deliberate activities that move an organisation from its present state to a desired future state (Harigopal, 2016). A form of facilitating change is to organise a creative session, which is a group process of applied creativity with the ultimate goal to create a product. The product is the desired future state of a...
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Zuurhout, Francesca (author)
Consumers’ awareness of environmental issues has increased over the years, resulting in a higher demand of pro-environmental product alternatives. The abundance of ocean plastic waste and the societal pressure for Europe to manage its plastic recycling system creates an opportunity for designing recycled ocean plastic products. Therefore, using...
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van Olst, Bart (author)
Summary<br/>In the twentieth century a substantial number of navigation locks were build in the Netherlands. The navigation locks built in that era mostly had a life span of 80 to 100 years. This means that in the coming years most of these locks will be in need of either renovation or replacement. Rijkswaterstaat, the administrator of most of...
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Luijmes, Marijn (author)
The Plofbos has a strong character that is defined by the presence of a young forest that springs from the remains of a decomposing military structure. This new growth is dynamic. It continuously changes the light, smells, sight-lines and experiences throughout the seasons. Together with the diversity of open and enclosed spaces and the sense of...
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Bouwman, Sanne (author)
This thesis report represents the result of a graduation project for the master programme Strategic Product Design at the Delft University of Technology carried out in collaboration with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. This project aims to find out how to create the desired experience for KLM passengers during undesired disruptions. This problem has...
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van Houten, Irene (author)
Museums are often believed to be aimed at adults, yet museums specifically aimed at children are becoming more common, and most museums attempt to cater not only to adults, but to their younger visitors as well. Museum Prinsenhof Delft is one such museum. This report presents the process of creating a new experience aimed at families, who come...
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