Patterns of Learning
Friday, 3rd Mar 2017
CIID-Research is happy to announce the PELARS exhibition launch!
PELARS is a 3-year EU-funded project on how contextual computing, tracking and tracing technologies can empower learners and teachers towards more hands-on STEAM practices inside the classroom.
The exhibition, called “Patterns of Learning“, will tell an engaging, interactive story of a 3 year design-driven inquiry into hands-on learning environments that can be tracked, understood and supported by the technologies and designs that CIID and other 11 partners in Europe collectively created.
Thanks to our hosts from NCAD, Dublin, you can join the launch on the 23rd of March!
CIID Summer School 2017
Friday, 24th Feb 2017
ANNOUNCING SUMMER SCHOOL 2017
Join us in Copenhagen for up to 5 weeks of hands-on exploration of interaction design!
The comprehensive programme with a choice of curated one-week workshops will run from the 26th of June till the 28th of July, 2017.
Whether you are a working professional, a student, or any other profile, we will bring you together with people from all over the world with the same drive and passion for learning. Our world-class faculty will lead workshops on topics such as social impact, storytelling, experiential spaces, virtual reality, and service design.
The one-week long workshops have been designed to stand-alone so it is possible to participate in one and up to five weeks. We encourage people to participate in more than one workshop (there is a discount for those who sign up for three or five workshops).
Looking forward to seeing you in the summer!
When: June 26th – July 28th, 2017
Where: CIID, Toldbodgade 37b, 1253 and other locations in Copenhagen
Have a look at this year’s exciting programme:
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Interaction Awards 2017 and CIID IDP Projects!
Thursday, 16th Feb 2017
Best student project + finalist in categories of Empowering and Expressing:
And to Grishma Rao, Charles Geedeon, Luuk Rombouts and Cyrus Clarke,
shortlisted in category of Connecting:
Save the date! IDP 2016 Final Exhibition
Tuesday, 18th Oct 2016
We are honoured to invite to you to our Final Exhibition which will celebrate the hard work and creativity of this year’s Interaction Design Programme students.
CIID’s ‘learning by doing’ approach demonstrates a wide range of solutions through an impressive collection of tangible and visual prototypes. Our students have followed an intense curriculum and the Final Exhibition sets out to reflect their new found knowledge and skill-sets.
The 24 final projects will demonstrate the multi-disciplinary, exploratory and potentially disruptive nature of Interaction Design and Service Design.
We hope that the projects won’t stop at this exhibition and that people will continue to develop their concepts into actual products and services that will impact positively on the lives of those they are designed for.
When: December 9 (4-8pm) & December 10 (12-6pm)
Where: At the CIID Studio
We’re looking forward to seeing you at the exhibition!
Sign up if you want to join the opening night.
CIID Workshops coming to New York and London in November
Monday, 17th Oct 2016
Building on our learnings from our Interaction Design Programme and Summer School in Copenhagen, we’ve listened to your feedback to bring our courses to other countries. We’re starting out in New York and London in November!
Taught by world-class designers and field experts, our courses are built to give you a transformative boost in your knowledge, skills, network, and career perspectives within three days. The courses emphasise people-centred design and focus on learning through hands-on prototyping. You’ll work intensively with your peers and instructors through a combination of lectures, exercises, and accelerated projects.
Sign up today and before October 20th on the Professional Programmes site, and if your city is not yet included, please take this two-minute survey to request Professional Programmes in your area. We are choosing locations by popular demand, so your voice matters.
Keep on learning!
CIID kicking off Maker Faire Rome
Friday, 14th Oct 2016
CIID’s CEO Simona Maschi and IDP alumni Andreas Refsgaard were invited on stage for the Opening Conference of Maker Faire Rome on October 14th.
Simona showcased several projects from the CIID Portfolio and Andreas did a live demo of his project Eye Conductor, that is currently being developed in the CIID Nest.
Simona was also one of the jury for the R.O.M.E prize together with Riccardo Luna, Neil Gershenfeld and Bruce Sterling. The prize winner is: Talking Hands! A glove that can translate the sign language into voice. We are looking forward to seeing the progress and the impact ahead!
R.O.M.E. prize jury at work: Simona Maschi, Riccardo Luna, Neil Gershenfeld, and Bruce Sterling
The jury with the prize winner
Hacking EU calls
Thursday, 29th Sep 2016
Laura Boffi together with Design to Innovate facilitated the workshop “Cross-sectoral project development: including designers in EU projects” at the EU Design Days to showcase and explore the value of design in Horizon 2020 projects.
Laura presented how CIID Research infuses People Centred Design into EU funded projects through field examples from previous EU projects and highlighted bottlenecks preventing flexibility, creativity and people-centred approach.
After the presentation, Laura run a workshop to hack EU calls so that they would allow a truly people centred approach. Supported by the People Centred Design Research Cards, a new CIID Research tool that supports the application of people centred design methods in big research consortium, participants had the chance to destroy/rebuild/correct/cut some of the existing EU calls. The results were very promising: lots of ideas to renew how EU grants projects emerged and participants felt so empowered!
Surely, CIID Research is going to keep on building the People Centred Design Research Cards and repeating the EU calls rebuilding workshop in the next future!
Just Opened: A Slot in the Company & Startup Matchup Workshop
Thursday, 22nd Sep 2016
Join us for a free and intensive workshop at the CIID Nest to bring a startup mindset and method to your organisation. You’ll collaborate directly with a startup in your industry and create a lasting connection for future collaboration. In addition, you’ll walk away having learned and applied practical design thinking methods and innovation strategies as applied by startups.
If your company is in the energy, aid, healthcare, telecom, or travel & tourism industry, you could be matched up with one of the startups in our Nest incubator for an intensive and practical workshop next week.
For more information, please write to Simon Herzog by Friday, September 23rd: firstname.lastname@example.org
More about the Nest: http://nest.ciid.dk
Neighbourhoods of the Future: Informing the creation of a European Reference Framework for Age-friendly Housing
Monday, 19th Sep 2016
CIID-Research together with the Municipality of Odense and the University of Utrecht organises a National Workshop, 6th in a series of European interconnected Open Innovation Workshops, informing the European Commission. Come to meet experts and share your views on the most exciting developments in smarter homes, new financing models and urban retrofitting.
The event is hosted by the Week of Health and INNovation.
Laura Boffi, senior researcher at CIID, will talk about Design in Research and will present outcomes and findings from the Helicopter project.
Time: 5th of October, from 9:30 to 17:00
Place: Forskerparken 10H, 5230 Odense M
Price: the event is free of charge. Register here
CIID-Research at Copenhagen Maker
Thursday, 15th Sep 2016
On the 23rd and 24th of September CIID-Research will be at Copenhagen Maker with the European project PELARS.
Come and experience with your hands physical computing with new Arduino-Genuino components and the forefront of learning analytics.
At Copenhagen Maker, we present the innovative learning space consisting of:
- an interactive workstation linked to a data analytics system and data visualization,
- a novel physical computing kit and development environment,
- a new furniture concept embedding technology and fostering collaborative hands-on activity.