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Bijker, J.E. (author)
Passengers that bring too much and too large pieces of hand baggage cause costly delays, internal friction and, above all, a negative passenger experience. After internal and external research, the problem was deemed to be too complex to be solved without compromising KLM’s core value of customer intimacy. Gathering relevant factors on the...
master thesis 2016
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Berentzen, I. (author)
Denim is something we all love to wear, worn by young and old, throughout the world. Denim’s graceful aging allows us to build valuable relations with it. Like a friendship, it becomes more personal and intimate with the passing of time. This jacket embraces denim’s characteristics to tell an unique dialogue with its wearer. Based on the wearers...
master thesis 2016
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Välk, S. (author)
This report covers research, design development and evaluation of The Reflector - a design that aims to enrich music festival experiences through meaningful interactions at Into The Great Wide Open 2016 (annual music and arts festival on Vlieland). This TU Delft Master Design for Interaction graduation project aims to deliver a spatial design...
master thesis 2016
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Boll, D. (author)
In the Netherlands, about 50% of the food is wasted in the consumer phase (Netherlands Nutrition Centre, 2014). Wasting food has an enormous impact on the environment and on social-economical aspects for example. To address this problem, a product is designed according to the Vision in Product design approach (Hekkert & Van Dijk, 2011) to...
master thesis 2016
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Jansen, T.G.C. (author)
This graduation assignment is created by my interest in photography, mobile photography and travelling. The direction of this project is to create a meaningful service or product for people that travel in combination with mobile photography. The start of this project was very open and the method ViP was used to define a future context for a new...
master thesis 2016
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Van Spronsen, E.J.A. (author)
Designing aesthetically pleasing products from contaminated culled chicken material.
master thesis 2015
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Wout, P.A.W. (author)
CONTEXT Today’s overconsumption of clothes harms the environment and the people involved in the production. Although (clothing) consumption plays an essential role in society and therefore could not be eliminated, an improvement could be made by: Preventing people from buying items they will not wear. Preventing the industry from producing...
master thesis 2015
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Jönsthövel, I.F.C. (author)
During a period of six months since September 2014 I have been working at Delft University on a graduation project involving the development of a novel ‘light-touch’ smart material named Light Touch Matters (LTM). The LTM consortium that is developing this smart material is composed of seventeen partners from eight EU countries. It is a diverse...
master thesis 2015
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Vanhoof, S. (author)
This report contains the graduation project for the master ‘Design for Interaction’ of the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at the Technical University of Delft. The project was conducted for the foundation ‘Masters that Matter’, which aims to solve todays’ societal problems through design. The problem tackled in this project is the...
master thesis 2014
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Peeters, A.L. (author)
This research and design graduation project revolves around two topics: sustainable meat consumption and the impact design can have on attitude-behavior consistency. The project is a collaboration between Wageningen UR Livestock Research (WUR) and Delft University of Technology. WUR is currently seeking solutions to increase the sustainability...
master thesis 2014
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Castricum, N. (author)
This graduation report contains the development and outcome of a new experience marketing concept for Apenheul. From the very start of the strategic analysis, the concept has been developed to fit the Apenheul lifestyle and is combined with work from the field of designing for experiences. The concept has been detailed in terms of experience as...
master thesis 2013
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Borsboom, F.J. (author)
Product metaphors are products that refer to something else in order to convey a meaning. In a product metaphor the product itself is the target, and the reference is called the source. The association between the target and source is what makes it possible to convey the meaning to the product metaphor. The representation of the source is called...
master thesis 2012
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Rebaudengo, S. (author)
A product’s addiction comes from the reward of being used, the primary concern of any product from a product’s perspective. How could products communicate to their owners that they want to be used? When do products consider a lack of use as negligence? And what can they do if this neglect is persistent? In the vision of IoT (Internet of Things),...
master thesis 2012
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Van der Werf, J.A. (author)
The design of a service that enables and stimulates local BOP businesses to interact on the global market. Why Businesses in informal settlements run almost 24 hours a day producing just enough to earn a living. Time is money. Goods and raw materials, manufactured by these businesses, are exported worldwide. Local Businesses seem fully...
master thesis 2012
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Pick, M.A.L. (author)
This master thesis shows the design process of a product-service combination for the non-food department of Albert Heijn. The domain is cooking and dining and the project was carried out following the ViP design method.
master thesis 2011
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Soerjo, E.A.A. (author)
This Integrated Product Design master thesis comprises a report of the process of designing a water transport hub concept for Stadshavens Rotterdam, based on the experience of travel and transfer. It was executed for Gemeentewerken Rotterdam. ASSIGNMENT The inital assignment was to create a ‘climate-neutral transport hub’ for the future...
master thesis 2011
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Schenkels, T.J. (author)
The overall objective of the graduation project ‘Economic Driving’ was to generate a more economic driving style of truck drivers in order to meet the desire of clients of DAF and create improvements in terms of traffic flow, safety and decrease in harm brought to the environment. ‘Economic Driving’ should be in benefit of both the client of DAF...
master thesis 2011
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Heikamp, F. (author)
Society is changing. Technical progress has changed many social relations, for example, society has become more internationally orientated, it is housing many different cultures, and big cities have become more and more individualistic. These developments offer new possibilities but also bring a broad range of problems. Especially in the big...
master thesis 2010
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Emami, S. (author)
This thesis is about the design of symbols for the hospital of the future. My design statement was: By focussing on the moment, I want to enable people to forget their worries in a hospital, while finding the right way to their destination intuitively. The set of symbols is based on bringing together intuition and astonishment.
master thesis 2010
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Noijons, A.C. (author)
This master thesis started with a personal curiosity for bio-based plastics for assumed environmental and emotional reasons and started with the question: ‘Why is not more of this material used in everyday objects?’ Environmental awareness and global warming has led to a grown interest for sustainable product development. The selection of bio...
master thesis 2009
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