Department of Marketing
My interest include video analysis of interaction and talk with objects and settings, gesture, gaze and how materiality and spatiality are used as communicative resources in interaction. With a bachelor in Sociology and a master in Psychology of Language from University of Copenhagen I have thorough experience with a wide range of qualitative methods, herein especially video observations.
Currently working on the CIBIS project (Creativity in Blended Interaction Spaces). The CIBIS project develops and explores blended interaction spaces that support the creative potential of Danish high-school students in cooperation with Aarhus University and leading Danish companies such as Lego and Designit. My primary areas of work are coordination of data collection, planning of video observations and experiments, as well as coding and data analysis. Furthermore, I am involved in planning the Design Thinking Research Symposium11 (DTRS11) set in Copenhagen 2016.
In: DRS2018 International Conference Proceedings. ed. /Cristiano Storni; Keelin Leahy; Peter Lloyd; Erik Bohemia. Vol. 3, Limerick : Design Research Society 2018, p. 1297-1313 (Proceedings of DRS International Conference, Vol. 3)
In: She Ji: The Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation, Vol. 3, No. 4, 2018, p. 277-289
In: Design Studies, Vol. 57, 7.2018, p. 112-134
In: Analysing Design Thinking: Studies of Cross-cultural Co-creation. . ed. /Bo T. Christensen; Linden J. Ball; Kim Halskov. Leiden : CRC Press 2017, p. 229-248
In: Analysing Design Thinking: Studies of Cross-cultural Co-creation. . ed. /Bo T. Christensen; Linden J. Ball; Kim Halskov. Leiden : CRC Press 2017, p. 19-37
In: Papers from the LearnX Design London 2017 Conference: The Allure of the Digital and Beyond. . ed. /Gary Pritchard; Nick Lambert. North Greenwich : Ravensbourne Publications 2017, p. 77-85
In: REDO Cumulus Conference Proceedings. ed. /Anne Louise Bang; Mette Mikkelsen; Anette Flinck. Kolding : Designskolen Kolding 2017, p. 571-576
Paper presented at Design Thinking Research Symposium 11, 2016