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Blok, D. (author)
Child-resistant caps (CRC) are well-known as a solution to create a child-resistant barrier for bottles with toxic chemicals inside such as bleach or turpentine. The problem of intoxications with children however still exists. The problem lies in the fact that the real reasons of intoxications are not being tackled. Almost every CRC on the...
master thesis 2015
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Van Bruggen, E.P.A. (author)
Background: The growth of the global population in combination with technological development results in the need to improve the living conditions. This led to a significant and unsustainable increase in production of products. The unstable increase is especially the case for plastics, which have an annual worldwide production of over 288...
master thesis 2015
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Jochemsen, K.S.R. (author)
This graduation project was set out to explore how service design could be applied to the circular economy. The report outlines a framework for applying the process to projects on circular system transitions. A case study was conducted on designing a service for Fairphone, in which the framework was applied. Fairphone has been a leading example...
master thesis 2015
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Mesch, F. (author)
This report presents the results of the design of dynamic bicycle path lighting using a circular design approach for the company Lightwell. In the next decade, 600 million Euros will be invested in the construction of ‘bicycle’ highways, in order to stimulate commuting by bicycle. As no specialized bicycle path lighting is currently available, a...
master thesis 2015
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Shahbazi, K. (author)
This thesis explores a human-centered approach to innovating towards the circular economy, using the design concept of product-service-economic systems (PSES)
master thesis 2015
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Jansen, J. (author)
Insects can be alternative source of nutrients in various parts of the food-chain, as feed for livestock but also human consumption. However, the acceptation of insects as a source of nutrients is low. Insects are in no way a part of western culture except when they are a pest. Insects do play a vital role in upcoming developments such as urban...
master thesis 2014
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Bins, W.A.C. (author)
In this master’s thesis, a design intervention is presented that triggers people to think about continuous spatial changes in their neighbourhood. It aims to create awareness of the ever changing character of the surroundings and make people more open and willing to support developments that are beneficial for the future. With an emphasis on...
master thesis 2014
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Schakelaar, T. (author)
The availability of adequate sanitation is something that is taken for granted in most parts of the Western world. It is hard to imagine living in a situation without a proper toilet and sewage. Still, a third of Earth’s population does not have this luxury. The consequences are contaminated water and food, leading to diseases that ultimately...
master thesis 2014
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Costariol, I. (author)
The way people shop has changed significantly. We don’t visit stores exclusively to fulfil the need for a product: positive and engaging shopping experiences are one of the main reasons driving us into stores and keeping us browsing through displays and products. The store environments can influence the time spent in the store, number of...
master thesis 2014
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Burger, D. (author)
Packaging design concepts for brachytherapy applicators
master thesis 2014
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Schomers, S.F. (author)
TRUE BLACK is an environmental materials innovation for adidas Sport Performance that proposes the application of dope dye as unique brand attribute creating enhanced value for the consumer, economic and image benefits for the brand and significant resource reductions for the environment.
master thesis 2013
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Bayona, M. (author)
Currently a major part of the world protein consumption comes from the industry of livestock (animals: meat). Unfortunately, meat industry produces terrible environmental consequences and it is perhaps among the most polluting human activities. Furthermore due to the growing population it seems inviable to maintain the production rates of animal...
master thesis 2013
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Van der Linden, G.J.P. (author)
Nudge connects people and organizations to realize bottom-up initiatives that contribute to positive and lasting change to our society. Nudge believes that knowledge and expertise is worth more when shared, and it facilitates this through its platform and broad network. By enabling bottom-up initiatives Nudge aims to provide opportunities to...
master thesis 2013
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Goemans, M.O. (author)
THE GOAL The Dutch Association for Designers (BNO) is the largest organization of professional designers in the Netherlands and committed to support the interests of its members. BNO provides assistance in sustainable design through their ‘Groene Offerte’ (GO) community. However, there is no adequate sustainable support for during the briefing...
master thesis 2013
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Walhout, L.W. (author)
Residual Material-based design is an unexplored strategy for sustainable design. In this project success factors for residual material application were identified on the following aspects: - Entrepreneurship - Sustainability - The design process The findings were translated to a pragmatic approach for the company The developed approach was...
master thesis 2013
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Huijse, M.F. (author)
This report documents research about designing for package experience in the process of the Packaging department (PAC) of Philips Consumer Lifestyle in Drachten. Package experience which is defined as the whole customer journey with Philips CL packages in contradiction to the term ‘unpack experience’ this term covers not only unpacking and...
master thesis 2013
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Magerl, C.A. (author)
The project investigates the design consultancy Designit to find ways which enable them to do more sustainable design. A research at Designit Denmark and a case study was performed to gain insights into the culture of Designit as well as practical aspects of sustainable design. The result is a toolbox, which can be implemented at the website of...
master thesis 2012
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Segers, M.P.A.D. (author)
The Master’s programme Industrial Ecology is jointly organised by Leiden University and Delft University of Technology. In this research design criteria were formulated that can be used to develop support systems for product designers in the field of sustainable design. An extra focus lay on the product designer as a human being, which soft...
master thesis 2012
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Lopez, J. (author)
The development of a collection of footwear improving the end of life stage.
master thesis 2012
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Zapata Mejía, J.E. (author)
BK (Berk Kampen) is a Dutch company part of the Royal Delft Group, which in the past 160 years has grown into a cookware brand that combines high quality with ease of use and prize-winning design. BK wants to deliver both convenience and inspiration for cooking through good products, specially developed for the needs of users through...
master thesis 2012
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