Submissions accepted for presentation at ‘In the Making’ will be distributed as an electronic proceedings. This will be made available in multiple forms. On this webpage, below, all the accepted reviewed papers that will be presented are available for downloading. As part of our intention that the conference become a living foundation for the Nordic and the design research community to grow and communicate, all the papers are publically available here.

In addition, a complete, full-color, interactive version with more extensive information will be distributed on CDROM to conference attendees. ‘Highlights’ of accepted submissions will be published together with the conference program in a designed, printed booklet for attendees. It is currently under negotiation to have the best full papers of the conference published in a reviewed research journal.

Proceedings contents
Click on the links below to advance directly to each session. To download the paper in PDF format, click on the paper title.

Paper Session A1
Paper Session A2
Paper Session B1
Paper Session B2
Paper Session C1
Paper Session C2
Paper Session C3
Paper Session C4
Paper Session D1
Paper Session D2
Paper Session D3
Paper Session D4
In the Making colloquium
Design Research Strategies tutorial
User-Centered Innovation tutorial
Design Cases exhibition

Paper session {A1} New approaches to materiality/critical design
Session chairs: Frans Mayra and Ida Engholm

Erratic Appliances and Energy Awareness {Anders Ernevi, Samuel Palm and Johan Redström}
Metamorphosis of the Home: Proactive Information Technology as a Design Challenge {Kristo Kuusela, Ilpo Koskinen, Frans Mäyrä, Anne Soronen}
PulsArt – IT, Salt and Water For Family Awareness {Jonas Fritsch, Maiken Hillerup Fogtmann and Henrik Sommer Poulsen}
Binary Tools {Tavs Jorgensen}
Engaged Collaborative Ideation supported through Material Catalysation {Jan Capjon}

Paper session {A2} Changing role of design
Session chairs: Peter Ullmark and Susann Vihma

Design as Seven Steps of Deterritorialization {Erik Werner Petersen}
Six decades – and six different roles for the industrial designer {Anna Valtonen}
If everything is design, what then is a designer? {Sara Ilstedt Hjelm}
What type now? {Liam McComish}

Paper session {B1} Emerging patterns
Session chairs: Judith Gregory and Ramia Mazé

Shift towards networks: integrating social and physical subsystems of the city through stratified models {ir. Jeroen van Schaick}
Inspirational patterns for embodied interaction {Jonas Löwgren}
Focussing on the Use Value -The Relevance of Urban and Regional Design for Society {Ina T.Klaasen}
Webgenres and – styles as socio-cultural indicators – an experimental, interdisciplinary dialogue {Ida Engholm and Karen Lisa Salamon}

Paper session {B2} Design & Research
Session chairs: Pelle Ehn and Ken Friedman

Why Research-oriented Design Isn’t Design-oriented Research {Daniel Fallman}
Knowing Through Making: The Role of the Artefact in Practise-Based Research {Maarit Mäkelä}
Architectural project and research {Katrine Lotz}
Knowledge in the making: practitioner-driven systems development in a community {Anna-Liisa Syrjänen}

Paper session {C1} The role of the artifact
Session chairs: Sara Ilstedt Hjelm and Merete Ahnfeldt-Mollerup

How tangible mock-ups support design collaboration {Eva Brandt}
The affective sustainability of objects; a search for causal connections {Kristina Börjesson}
Restless Landscapes {Mark Smout and Laura Allen}
The Methapfor, the Dichotomy and the Narrative {Thomas Arvid Jaeger}

Paper session {C2} Studying design practice
Session chairs: Ilpo Koskinen and Karen Lisa Salamon

Drawing lines through the invisibles: Mapping and reframing visibility of work through an ethnographic study {Larisa Sitorus}
A methodology for studying design cognition in the real world {Bo T. Christensen}
Interaction Design as Experienced by Practitioners {Ann Lantz, Henrik Artman and Robert Ramberg}
New design competences for localized production systems: a case study in Denmark {Kaare Eriksen and Nicola Morelli}
Design as a way of bringing a service brand to life: the design dimension in brand development {Joacim Andersson}

Paper session {C3} Design education
Session chairs: Peter Ullmark and Mike Stott

From Practice to Reflection and on to Reflexivity {Maziar Raein}
Designs for learning about film spectatorship {Andrew Morrison, Andrew Deacon and Jane Stadler}
Emerging Dynamics in Design Education: Integrating Theory and Practice as Design in the Making {Tiiu Poldma}
Teaching design research in the studio {Ben Matthews and Jacob Buur}
Collaboration and Communication in Design Games {Willem Horst and Vicki S¢rensen}
Educating interaction designers – how are new tools for design changing learning situations? {Annett Hillestad}

Paper session {C4} User studies (methods)
Session chairs: Hálldor Gíslason and Dagny Stuedahl

Utilizing End User Knowledge in the Designing of Intelligent Workwear {Jukka Mäyrä, Riikka Matala and Petra Falin}
Grounded Information for Responsive Designing: An Example of the Physical Environment of Work {Stephen Awoniyi}
Situated Research and Design for Everyday Life {Bodil Jönsson, Arne Svensk, Lone Malmborg, Peter Anderberg, Gunilla Brattberg, Björn Breidegard, Håkan Eftring, Henrik Enquist, Eva Flodin, Jörgen Gustafsson, Charlotte Magnusson, Eve Mandre, Camilla Nordgren, Kirsten Rassmus-Gröhn}
Exploring how user video supports design {Jason Moore and Jacob Buur}
An Anthropological Move Towards Tangible Interaction Design {Mads Vedel Jensen}

Paper session {D1} Design methods
Session chairs: Judith Gregory and Jacob Buur

Representing product personality in relation to materials in a product design problem {Ilse van Kesteren, Pieter Jan Stappers and Prabhu Kandacha}
Quality Clothes – An Outline of a Model for Assessing the Quality of Customized Clothing {Ritva Koskennurmi-Sivonen and Päivikki Pietarila}
Information Graphics as an active tool during the Interaction Design process {Santiago Barriga Amaya and Lisa Hultgren}
Indigenous Design: healthcare professional using self-produced video in articulating and developing work practices {Erling Bjørgvinsson and Per-Anders Hillgren}

Paper session {D2} Facilitating collaboration (methods)
Session chairs: Ramia Mazé and Pelle Ehn

Design space conceptual tool {Bo Westerlund}
The Customer Interaction Game {Elisabeth Kristina Svanqvist}
A student, a product, a process: a fresh look at ‘design games’ in the Habraken tradition {Brendon Clark and Sofie Widding}
The development of a visual design tool: VisionPool {Jannick Kirk Sørensen}

Paper session {D3} Design and space
Session chairs: Katrine Lotz and Ilpo Koskinen

Researching the Visual Qualities of Exhibition Design through Experimental and Cross-Disciplinary Methods {Outi Turpeinen}
[visklek] – Playing with Games {Kristina Lindström and Åsa Ståhl}
“Live at Epidemin”- a cinematic investigation of architectonic space and artistic practice within a public institution of contemporary art{Henric Benesch}
Promoting Energy Awareness through Interventions in Public Space {Margot Jacobs and Ulrika Löfgren}
Prototypes in Pinkenba {Gary Doherty}

Paper session {D4} Design discourses and social processes
Session chairs: Karen Lisa Salamon and Susann Vihma

Domestication and context: Studying objectification in print media {Sara Routarinne}
Social process and product’s domestication {Heidi Grönman}
Verbal communication of semantic content in products {Torben Lenau and Per Boelskifte}
The salient features of the clock – a functional semiotic design analysis of relevance to digital design {Toke Riis Ebbesen}
Products and practices. Selected concepts from science and technology studies and from social theories of consumption and practice{Elizabeth Shove, Matt Watson and Jack Ingram}
Transdiscipline Vs. Culture Loss {Erika Marlene Cortés López}

In the making colloquium
Design: Sketching, modeling and collaborating

Using Virtual Prototype for Cross-Cultural Visual Design {Andrea Castello Branco Júdice and Marcelo Ortega Júdice}
The influence of 3D modeling and rapid prototyping techniques on customized objects in industrial design {Isabelle Auclair, Philippe Lalande and Tomás Dorta}
Rumpelstiltskin in Traditional and New Digital Media {Christine Blaney}

Emotional design and reflective education

Cultural probes {Per Kristav}
Energy objects: Reflection through interaction {Mattias Ludvigsson}
What`s the fuss with emotional interaction {Stefania Anardottir, Anne Sofie Jørgensen, Swantje Pyrus, Yin Yue, Marie Hartmann, Kyle Kilbourn and Dovilè Valkauskaitè}
From Novice to Expert: The Iterative Travails of a Hatching Design Practitioner (A Panoramic Overview) {Hakeem Adebola Lawal}
I’ll be your mirror {Jon Mårtensson}

Design research strategies tutorial
Ethnographic design research

Negotiating work: An Individual and Collaborative Process Within Teams to Define What They Do {Kyle Kilbourn}

Design protocol studies

Match the Space to the Case {Dennis Nordstrøm, Lyle Clarke and Stefania Arnadottir}

Action research

Moving from servile actors to… {Søren Bolvig Hansen}
Designing experimental design – moving in, moving out {John Alphonse, Christina Mörtberg and Dagny Stuedahl}

Research through design

Relating theory and practice in the design research discourse {Hanna Landin}

User-Centred Innovation tutorial

Visionpool: A Visual Tool for Innovation {Villads Keiding}

Design Cases Exhibition

Don’t Destroy the Vitamins! – A Look at the “Tada” Microwave from Several Perspectives {Kyle Kilbourn}
Single Mingle {Senses and Sensors group, Interaction design students at Malmoe University, Sweden}
iBikt {Senses and Sensors group, Interaction design students at Malmoe University, Sweden}
SANS-Boxes {Senses and Sensors group, Interaction design students at Malmoe University, Sweden}
The Involuntary Dance Machine {Senses and Sensors group, Interaction design students at Malmoe University, Sweden}
BoardFamily – design ethics questions around a collaborative online community {Daniel Spikol}
BodyBug – Design of KinAesthetic Interaction {Jin Moen and Johan Sandsjö}
Designing Selfhood: Incorporating Science and Technology into the Female Identity Through Narrative Immersion and Role-Playing{Sue Nguyen}
A metaphor approach to exhibition design {Tandi Camilla Agrell}
The CARE paper – Collaborative articulation in rehabilitation after hand surgery {Per Linde, Stefan Olofsson, Thomas Sokoler, Jonas Löwgren and Mette Agger Eriksen}
Of Machines and Man: Exploring Growth and Decay of Movement for Interaction Design {Larisa Sitorus and Esti Utami Handarini}
PearlView: Non-Disruptive Hyper-List Browsing {Carlos Olguin and Anna Almberg}
Ultrasonic Diagnostic Tool for Construction Vehicle Driver {Low Ko Wee}

More information on the conference schedule is available in: PROGRAM