Program (preliminary)

Thursday October 26




Welcome and Opening
Steven Kyffin – Philips Design



Keynote Speakers I


Jurrienne Ossewold
The Creative Media Consultancy, The Netherlands

13:45 James Moultrie
Cambridge University, UK
14:30 Break



Keynote Speakers II

15:00 Heather Martin
Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, Denmark


Masamichi Udagawa & Sigi Moeslinger
Antenna Design, New York, USA
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16:30 Questions



Transport to TU/e

TU/e Main Entrance - HG 0.40 - Drinks in Studio Lab

Loe Feijs - Master of Ceremony


Speech Jeu Schouten, Dean Industrial Design


Exhibition Dutch Design Week


Walk to Venue Dinner at Kennispoort


Hans Robertus – Philips Design


Opening Dinner

23.00 End Dinner

Friday October 27


Coffee & Tea

Presentations I – Ring 4

09:30 Interaction with the cultural niche is mediated by learning, attention, and decision making - Long paper
Meredith Root-Bernstein, Oxford University, UK
10:00 Designing benevolence: a study on a food vending machine taking into account cultural preferences in movements semantics in Japan and France
Long paper

Anne Guenand1), Frederique Ampilhac1), Masaru Uehera2), 1)University of Technology of Compiegne, 2)Chiba Institute of Technology, France
10:30 Kinaesthesia in synaesthesia: the expressive power of gestures in design
Long paper

Caroline Hummels1), Kees Overbeeke2), 1)Delft University of Technology, 2)Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
11:00 Towards sustainable use: an exploration of designing for behavioural change
Long paper
Debra Lilley, Dr. Tracy Bhamra, Dr. Vicky Lofthause, Loughborough University, UK
11:30 Talking to The Hand – The interactive potential of shape-change behavior in objects and tangible interfaces
Long paper

Oren Horev, Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, Italy

Presentations II – Small Theater

09:30 Tuning in: towards emphatic embodied behavior
Long paper

René M.C. Ahn, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
10:00 A New Dialogue
Long paper

Richard Thomas, Beal Institute For Strategic Creativity, Canada
10:30 Interaction Walkthroughs and Improvised Role Play
Long paper

Matthias Arvola1)2), Henrik Artman3), 1)Linköpings Universitet, 2)Södertörn University College, 3)KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
11:00 In Search of a Golden Ratio for the Aesthetics of Movement
Long paper

Loe Feijs, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands


How Emotion Affects Behaviour
Part One: Comparison of Tools for Tracing Behaviour and Emotion to Assist the Design Process

Long paper

Edgar R. Rodríguez Ramírez, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand




Presentations I (continued) – Ring 4

13:15 Product Semantics: sophistry or success?
Short paper
C. Brown, Nottingham Trent University, School of Art and Design, UK
13:35 Form confusion in public spaces, or: How to lie with affordances
Short paper

Pieter Jan Stappers, Caroline Hummels, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
13:55 Making role playing work in design
Short paper
Stella Boess, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
14:15 Can HCI inspire dynamic design?
Short paper
Jean-Baptiste Labrune, Université de Paris-Sud, France

Presentations II (Continued) – Small Theater

13:15 Beyond Bionics - A tool of innovation, optimization and ecology
Short paper

Ambra Trotto1), Elisabetta Cianfanelli2), 1)Studio Plasmando 2)Università di Firenzi, Italy
13:35 Mr. Pong!

René M.C. Ahn, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
13:55 How to create personality in products – ‘Productality’

Deborah Nathan, Mark Whitcombe, Northumbria University, UK
14:15 Designing tangible user interface for configuration practices
Larisa Sitorus, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
14:35 Break

Presentations I (continued) – Ring 4

15:10 Meeting Duet; challenging people into a body language of meeting – Short paper
Koen van Boerdonk, Eva Deckers, Hugo Nagtzaam, Jesper Schwachöfer, Rob Tieben, Sietske Klooster, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
15:30 Interactive Tiles

Rik Wesselink, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Presentations II (Continued) – Small Theater

15:10 Invitation to discover: Introducing new functionality through physical exploration
Dana Gordon, Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, Italy
15:30 Sensorimotor paradigms for design of movement and social interaction – Short paper
Emilia A. Barakova, Eindhoven University of  Technology, The Netherlands


Farewell Drink
Presentation Demo Award

Announcement next DeSForM Conference



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