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van Weverwijk, Joyce (author)
In a world increasingly faced with complexity, systemic design is growing in popularity as a knowledge field to target such complex contexts. However, it is yet to be applied in organizations and projects. This thesis aims to bridge the existing knowledge and practice gap between transitioning, or ‘reframing’, from traditional problem-solving...
master thesis 2023
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Bleekemolen, Sophie (author)
The issue of labour exploitation in the Netherlands has been gaining more attention lately. Regularly stories appear in the news in which employees are treated inhumanely by their employer, work in unsafe conditions, or live in unhealthy accommodations. The issue has also been gaining attention in politics. The advice of Aanjaagteam Bescherming...
master thesis 2023
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Mussert, Rosalie (author), Claesen, Mathilde (author), Ursem, Leon (author), Kerkhof, Joost (author)
Arribadas, a phenomenon of mass nesting behavior of sea turtles, attract millions of olive ridley turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) to Playa del Ostional, a nesting beach in Costa Rica. The timing and size of these arribadas are influenced by various environmental factors, including temperature, tides, and moon phase [1]. The sea turtles are...
student report 2023
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van Klingeren, Imme (author)
Domestic violence is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as “any behavior within an intimate relationship that causes physical, sexual or psychological harm” (2013). Blijf Groep is one of the organizations in the Netherlands that concerns itself with the subject of domestic violence.<br/><br/>Whilst social, environmental, family, and...
master thesis 2023
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Jansen, Jennifer (author)
This graduation project is conducted in collaboration with <b>the Dutch Council for Refugees</b>. It is a foundation that stands up for the refugees’ interests and helps them to build a new life in the Netherlands. In this project, it is researched how private housing (with a...
master thesis 2023
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Markensteijn, Marije (author)
Society is increasingly faced with complex and wicked problems (Hervieux &amp; Voltan, 2019). As a result, organisations face complex and open challenges and design has become more popular as an approach to address this (Dorst, 2011). Due to these global changes, the social design field is growing (Tromp &amp; Vial, 2022). Participatory design...
master thesis 2022
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Dekker, Loek (author)
In the Netherlands, one of the government bodies solving complex problems is the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (‘Rijksdienst Voor Ondernemers’; RVO). Within RVO, X-lab is developing new ways of working to be better prepared to deal with these complex problems. In short, X-lab is RVO’s internal innovation lab that creates and collects different...
master thesis 2021
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Blankendaal, Manon (author)
The goal of almost all forms of crime is monetary gain. In serious forms of crime, like drug crime or human trafficking, enormous amounts of money are made. For criminals, this money is not directly usable. Spending it right away in the economy would be too obvious and attract attention from the authorities. Therefore, the dirty money gained by...
master thesis 2021
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Moll, Anniek (author)
Anno 2021, designers engage with questions of increasing complexity and impact. Designers are involved in creating services and systems that reach beyond an individual user, ultimately reshaping society. This realisation motivates the question of how designers should deal with the accompanying responsibility. The domain of Design for Values (van...
master thesis 2021
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van Arkel, Thomas (author)
Our society is facing a number of great challenges which will require all of us to significantly change our lifestyle in the coming years. To support people in those transitions, next to systemic changes, new design interventions have to be crafted that intentionally aim to redirect behaviour for the common good. As changing behaviour...
master thesis 2020
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Brizzi, E.L. (author)
Adolescence is a crucial development stage where both biological and psychological changes take place. Among the various transformations and developments, the discovery of sexuality and intimacy has an important role, especially from sixteen to nineteen years old. The construction of sexual identity is a significant bio-psycho-social development...
master thesis 2020
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van Houdt, Pepijn (author)
This graduation project was initated in collaboration with Nibud to explore and imagine possibilities to facilitate a value-driven approach to financial decision-making. Several factors stress the relevance of this challenge, in particular regarding millennials as a target group. From an economic point of view, millennials are facing an...
master thesis 2020
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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...
master thesis 2019
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Croockewit, A. (author)
The start of the project is the question from Schiphol: What are the possibilities of wearable technologies at the operational departments of Schiphol?
master thesis 2017
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Van Oord, S.C. (author)
This report describes the process and results of the graduation project ‘Reconsidering loss: an application design for the future of bereavement’ that is executed in collaboration with Monuta. The project aims to improve Monuta’s service by making it more meaningful for their customers in the future. By doing so, it responds to the desire for...
master thesis 2016
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Vreeken, K.P. (author)
The European ‘refugee crisis’, which started during the summer of 2015, has challenged European countries and their societies on many levels. This graduation project focuses on the impact on the Dutch society and zooms in on the concerns of its policymakers, citizens and asylum seekers; refugees that have applied for asylum in the Netherlands....
master thesis 2016
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Abspoel, R. (author)
This master thesis revolves around the development of a personal alarm device for lone workers. A lone worker is somebody who is regularly isolated from their colleagues, without direct supervision. This includes people who often work in isolation, like electricians and warehouse employees. But a worker does not need to be alone in order to be...
master thesis 2016
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Zwolle, C. (author)
Design for Impact is a design framework that aims to enhance the chance on adoption of innovative products, services and systems in general and of Peerby Go in particular. It helps designers that work at high-technology startups to turn long term visions into reality at the shortest possible notice, with the minimum of means. This goal is...
master thesis 2016
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Serrarens, J.H. (author)
The stimulation of sustainable consumption behavior through design. “How can we develop a service-design that frames sustainable consumption as a personally valued asset, rather than a collective one?” Central to this research through design project was the exploration of new ways of sustainable consumption.This reasearch through design project...
master thesis 2015
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Derks, F.S.N. (author)
In order to reduce environmental impact caused by the production of animal protein (meat, fish, dairy), the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment (Min. I&M) seeks to stimulate Dutch consumers in lowering their intake of animal protein and shifting towards a more plant-based diet. According to research (Bakker and Dagevos, 2010),...
master thesis 2015
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