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Fler böcker av Yvonne Eriksson
Yvonne Eriksson obtained a PhD in Art History. Since 2009 she has held the chair in Information Design at Malardalen University, Sweden, and is also a Professor and Vice Dean at the School of Innovation, Design and Engineering. She is also a member of the drafting committee for Social Science and Humanities at the Swedish Research Council, and chair of the drafting committee of the post-doctoral program for Riksbankens Jubileumsfond. In addition, she is on the Design Society Advisory Board and is co-chair of the Special Interest Group, Human Behaviour in Design. To her credit, Yvonne has edited three books and written several books about visual communication, besides numerous articles.
Introduction 1. Design Thinking between Myth and Methodology 2. Critical Design and Design Thinking vs. critical design and design thinking 3. Adding Rigor to Advance Design Thinking 4. Situated Design Thinking 5. The Challenge of Designing Meaningful Information 6. Gendered Design Thinking - So-called Logic of People and Things 7. On Design Dialogues - Their Roots, Features and Usage 8. Design Thinking and Designerly Ways of Knowing in Operational Research Practice 9. Design Thinking and Welfare Technology: A Focus on Information Design 10. Raising Users' Confidence in their own Technology Literacy as part of the Design Process 11. Lessons Learned: A Plea for Curricularizing Design Thinking in Engineering Education