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Tietze, Tim (author)
This graduation report aimed towards the vision „ Transform the needs of the minority into the wishes of the majority“. Children with physical disabilities face the issue to be excluded from the toy world of the able-bodied children. Toys with small buttons, heavyweight or the need of two hands for operating are examples which let children with...
master thesis 2019
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Verweij, Kees (author)
Play objects designed for for rebellious play offer possibilities for physically and socially active play and derives its play value from balancing rebellion and conformism, rulemaking and rule-breaking. In doing so it is aimed to provide a setting where children can behave in ways that may not normally be stimulated. playing with a rebellious...
master thesis 2017
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Luijpers, B.J.M. (author)
For this project the goal was to obtain user insights about the perspectives of children about rebellion in play. After conducting a literature study it was found that being rebellious is beneficial for children, because it allows them to escape from the adult world. This leads to developing multiple capabilities like self-reliance, co-operation...
master thesis 2014
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Bouman, M. (author)
This thesis presents the graduation project ‘Play on Your Way’, in which play route concepts have been researched and designed by using child participation. The project was committed by the National Youth Fund Jantje Beton, who aims to create and retain a public space where children (age 6-12) feel free and encouraged to play and be active in....
master thesis 2013
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Voncken, R. (author)
Smart devices have become more integrated in daily life over the past few years. Nowadays they are a fast growing market with rapidly changing technological developments. LEGO noticed that even young children aged between 4 and 6 years are playing with smart devices. To keep up with this new type of play, LEGO wants to explore the possibilities...
master thesis 2012
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Jongman, K. (author)
This graduation report shows the design process followed during designing new playground equipment for Boer Speeltoestellen in Nieuwendijk. The assignment for this project was: Develop a new product for outdoor playground equipment for the Dutch sub-urban environment, that interacts on a multi-sensory level with both boys and girls in the age of...
master thesis 2011
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Karreman, D.E. (author)
Study shows that children like to play active, but are playing more and more physically inactive (by means of computer and television). Creazi, the company in this assignment, aims to change this and wants to have a product for children that is fun to play with, and also helps to achieve a healthy lifestyle. From earlier design they had a...
master thesis 2010
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Steenis, L. (author)
What if you mix (indoor) gaming with outdoor play? Nowadays children spend much more time indoor instead of outside, playing with friends. Outdoor play is good for both physical as mental development of children, and this problem was the foundation of this design project. Two years ago the idea was risen by Auke Ferwerda to develop an outdoor...
master thesis 2010
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Lauwerier, P.E.L. (author)
Childhood obesity is a global health concern. Numerous societal changes have dramatically reduced the amount of energy children burn, while expanding the number of calories they consume. Childhood obesity is increasingly recognized as a global health problem and measures are being taken throughout the world. An important direction for preventive...
master thesis 2009
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