Archive for the “Creations” category

Typeform in Mapbox

by Dries De Roeck on December 25, 2017

For a project at Studio Dott, we were looking for ways to integrate a questionnaire (a typeform, ideally) inside of a map environment. This has been something I have been wanting to explore outside of this project context, and I (…)

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On meaning and connected xmas lights

by Dries De Roeck on January 7, 2015

Over the past couple of months, I have done some talking and thinking on how digitally connected products can be designed with meaning. The problem I framed in previous writings comes down to the fact that a lot of ‘internet (…)

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Research framing

by Dries De Roeck on July 2, 2014

I had previously written about the outline of my thesis on this blog. Within this thesis, I plan/planned to have a couple of central references to frame the research done. For now, these have been divided in three ‘clusters’ which (…)

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Meaningful connected products

by Dries De Roeck on June 26, 2014

Over a period of a few weeks, I have been or will be giving a couple of talks on meaningful connected products (here, here and here). Although that the talks are all different, I wanted to introduce some of the (…)

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My first days with iOS7, summarised.

by Dries De Roeck on September 23, 2013

A manifesto for DiY Internet of Things creation

by Dries De Roeck on October 17, 2012

Slides used during my NordiCHI 2012 talk: I would DiYSE for it! A manifesto for do-it-yourself internet-of-things creation from DriesDeRoeck

Research questions!

by Dries De Roeck on September 9, 2011

Research questions are, unlike users, not a lie. Over the summer I further sharpened my research domain and managed to come to quite a focussed definition of what I’m trying to do. Today I presented this to my PhD commission, (…)

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Believe in process

by Dries De Roeck on May 5, 2011

Yesterday I read an interesting article on the impact of prototyping on design results by Steven Dow in the interactions magazine. The thing that stuck with me most was the image on the front page of the article which is (…)

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