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Die HMKW ist eine staatlich anerkannte Fachhochschule in privater Trägerschaft (Gründung: 2009) mit ca. 1.800 Studierenden an den drei Standorten Berlin, Köln und Frankfurt/Main.

Ab dem Wintersemester 2018 ist an ihrem Hauptsitz Berlin eine Professur im Fachbereich Design in Teilzeit, als 50%-Stelle mit einem Lehrdeputat von 9 SWS zu besetzen:

Schwerpunkt: Branding und Werbung

Formale Voraussetzungen:
– mindestens 5 Jahre Berufserfahrung nach dem Studienabschluss, davon 3 Jahre außeruniversitär
– mindestens 300 Stunden Lehrerfahrung in der akademischen Lehre

Einsendeschluss für Ihre Bewerbung ist Montag, 18. Juni 2018, 12:00 h. Bitte senden Sie Ihre Bewerbung mit allen relevanten Unterlagen per E-Mail an den Rektor der HMKW, Herrn Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dieter Schulz: k.schulz[at]hmkw.de

Die detaillierte Ausschreibung finden Sie hier:
http://www.hmkw.de/karriere/stellenausschreibungen/
17.05.2018 um 16:02 Uhr
Liebes Netzwerk:

Hat jemand Empfehlungen für Trainer*innen für Rhetorik und Sprechen / Präsentation?
Die gängigen Seminare sind ja oft nicht ganz auf den Designkontext zugeschnitten, bzw. kennen die Gepflogenheiten im Designkontext nicht ganz.

Ich möchte meine Kontakte zum evt. Einsatz in der Hochschullehre erweitern.
Für Empfehlungen bitte einfach per mail oder PM melden.

Danke
15.05.2018 um 11:54 Uhr
Deadline der Einreichungen: 19.08.2018
14.05.2018 um 14:41 Uhr
16. und 17.11.2018 HFG Karlsruhe
14.05.2018 um 14:39 Uhr
The Most Exciting Design Studio In The World is a citizen science project adressing interaction design students, working in a design studio. The goal is to find out how to improve design studios for students and find out how design studios are used by the students:
What is done to improve the environment? Or is the studio accepted as it was organized by the faculty?
And if improvements are made, in which way can design studios be made more exciting?
In the process the project also aims to test what citizen science can do for design research.

How it works:

The main goal would be if every interaction design program in the world would upload a photo.
Dimensional Analysis is a grounded theory method that challenges you to find opposits, dimensions, along which to place the qualitative data entries. The first dimensions may sound too naive, but the more dimensions are tried, the better understandable the data gets. (Kools et al. 1996)

The Website offers two different „Dimension Boards“ entitled „Atmosphere“, „Ways of Working“ as well as a „Discussion Board“ with categories such as „Exciting Literature“, „Theorize“ and „New Dimensions?“

Registered students are asked to upload a studio photo. Only one photo per school is accepted. Photos should name the school and a one-liner, containing the study-program. Participants can organize the photos according to the categories on the dimension board and are asked to add explanations for their organizing choices. The discussion will close after the SIDeR 2018, May 18-19. This is when the results will be posted at a workshop on building theory about design studio environments.

The project was initiated by Kamila Halabura and Nele Schmidt, graduate students IT Product Design and Jacob Buur, Professor of User-Centred Design SDU Design, University of Southern Denmark.

Find the project under the following Link: http://citizendesign.sdu.dk/

Find further information on the SIDeR 2018 here: http://sider18.aalto.fi/
07.05.2018 um 13:41 Uhr
Das Lehrbuch entwickelt Methoden für die Designrecherche, denn Designen erfordert und erzeugt zugleich Wissen, was in der Praxis oftmals intuitiv passiert. Wird die Erzeugung dieses Wissens jedoch methodisch geleitet und reflektiert, dann stärkt dies die Designdisziplin und begünstigt ihre interdisziplinäre Vernetzung. Die Ethnografie ist hierzu eine geeignete Methode: Designethnografie bedeutet, dass eine Designerin in eine soziale Lebenswelt eintaucht, dort bestimmte Wirklichkeitsausschnitte beobachtet, analysiert und sie verändert – zum Beispiel mit Intervention und partizipativen Ansätzen. Werden solche Verfahren dokumentiert und theoretisch reflektiert, dann werden designspezifische Erkenntnismodi sichtbar.



Verlag: Springer VS
ISBN: 978-3-658-21388-6
Preis: ca. 30.- Euro
https://www.springer.com/la/book/9783658213879
07.05.2018 um 13:18 Uhr
Zum 10. Akkuschrauberrennen der Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaft und Kunst wird ein Symposium stattfinden, das Zukunftsszenarien zur Mobilität entwirft. Dazu werden führende Vertreterinnen und Vertreter der Autoindustrie, der Bahn, Designtheoretiker, Zukunftsforscher, Sciencefiction Autoren sowie deren Kritiker diskutieren. Damit findet auch der Schulterschluss statt zwischen den jungen Designerinnen, die die Zukunft unserer Mobilität planen und denen, die sie jetzt managen. Dazu möchten wir auf diesem Symposium Statements von Experten und Expertinnen sammeln, die sich der Mobilität unter verschiedenen Perspektiven verschrieben haben, um dann mit Ihnen zu diskutieren, was möglich und wünschenswert ist.

Mit Vorträgen von:

Stephan Rammler
Michael Erlhoff
Sabine Foraita
Meike Niedbal
Michael Schreckenberg
Klaus Bischoff
Alan N. Shapiro
Andreas Schulz

Weitere Informationen zum Programm gibt es unter: https://symposium.akkuschrauberrennen.de/

07.05.2018 um 10:22 Uhr
The Trieste Contemporanea Committee announces the 13th edition of the International Design Contest Trieste Contemporanea with the aim of showcasing the most original design offerings from the countries of Central Eastern Europe.

art.1 - Premises

The 2018 edition of the contest will be based on the ongoing two-year project Harbour for Cultures (from now on: H/C). H/C draws inspiration from the real case history of how to convert and reuse the area of the Porto Vecchio (old port) of Trieste, which has remained unused and in a state of decay for decades. H/C is an incubator where creative minds of art curators, artists and thinkers from other disciplines re-interpret the usual functions of a port in view of shaping an image of a “new port”, with its interim state between arriving, belonging and leaving, where people freely exchange their own cultures (instead of goods), while assuring their values (a new idea of insurance…) so that new profits (benefits of art and culture) are earned by the many.
The H/C process is now extended by this call to designers, who, while enrolling to the 2018 contest, will challenge this utopia: a vision beyond geographical and mental borders to create a (near) future shared society.

art. 2 – 2018’s Main Theme


WHICH OBJECT WOULD YOU IMAGINE TO FIND IN / BRING TO / TAKE FROM A HARBOUR FOR CULTURES?

Participants are asked to contribute to H/C with a concrete project and to conceive an original and innovative item of contemporary design that should be useful in a possible harbour for cultures.

art. 3 – Trieste Award Theme
The dedicated theme

The Trieste Award challenge is to invent, in terms of social design or relational design, something pertinent to a harbour for culture – the 2018 subject of the competition – but peculiar for the area given of Porto Vecchio, which, with all the specific characteristics of a once successful trading port, is now an industrial heritage site to be rethought for the modern life of the whole city.

The Trieste theme asks participants to develop design projects based on human relations needs and their social contexts. The goal will be to create ways to interact with the existing real map of trieste’s porto vecchio by inventing an original and innovative object, or a temporary structure that has to be made from sustainable materials. The proposed project has to be led by one or more of the following principles: relational, interactive, inclusive, being of collective interest, able of gathering people, able to produce engagement.

art. 4 – Requirements For Participation

The competition is open to all designers born in CEI member states (Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Serbia, Slovenia and Ukraine) in compliance with its purposes. The 2018 edition of the contest has been extended to designers born in Estonia, Germany, Kosovo*, Latvia, Lithuania and Turkey as well.

Any groups competing should consist exclusively of members born in the countries listed above.

Any groups wishing to participate should fill out the application form with the name of the group leader and list the names and countries of birth of the other group members.

Each contestant can enter only a single project, unless entering one for the general theme of the competition and a separate one for the Trieste Award’s dedicated theme.

More information: http://www.triestecontemporanea.it/HC_2018/index.html
07.05.2018 um 09:46 Uhr
Das Design ist ein so wunderbarer Bereich, weil er eine zentrale Vermittlung menschlicher Gesellschaften bildet. Im Design werden kulturelle Modelle entworfen, Modelle, in denen die Ressourcen für unser Zusammenleben ins Verhältnis gesetzt werden zu unseren Gewohnheiten, diese Ressourcen zu nutzen und zu genießen.
Wissen steckt im Design nicht wie die Füllung in einem Bonbon. Wer es herausziehen will, sollte sich bewusst sein darüber, dass dieses Wissen nur auf seine besondere Weise brauchbar, oft auch erfreulich, prinzipiell aber inkommensurabel ist. Das ist seine Schönheit.

Verlag: form + zweck, 2018
ISBN: 9783935053990
Preis: 14,80 €

04.05.2018 um 13:57 Uhr
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

INSIGHT 2018 brings together, on a common platform, design educators, practitioners, design researchers and advocates of design to reflect upon, discuss and debate what constitutes design research and design epistemology, its multi-faceted nature and forms, research ethics, issues in contemporary design research and its implications for design education and practice. The symposium seeks to share knowledge and perceptions on design research culture, methodology, framework, practice, collaboration and its dissemination.

Design, conceived as a problem solving activity and profession has evolved into a strategic thought process currently influencing most domains of knowledge and practice. While knowledge domains related to the arts, science, technology and management have a structured and established framework for research, design by virtue of its nature and purpose has been evolving its approaches contextually.

Is design research, research through design, research on design or research for design?
INSIGHT 2018 calls for abstracts of papers on the following broad themes from design educators, researchers and practitioners.

Design Research in Academic Practice

The goals, nature and culture of good design research in academia, design research as unique intellectual culture, research in design education, pedagogy, curriculum, formulation of student exercises in skill/studio/project based courses, new program design, evaluation techniques; domain specific area of interest (e.g. Communication Design, Industrial Design, Interaction & Information Design, Service Design, Textile and Apparel Design), implications/ challenges of design research for design education, the ethics of design research in education.

Design Research in Professional Practice

The goals, nature and culture of design research in professional practice, research led design practiced by design studios, design driven industry, importance of the research phase in the design process for informed outcomes, design research as a professional practice, challenges of design research in professional practice, design research on sustainable development, the ethics of design research in professional practice.

Innovations in Design Research Methods

Appropriate approaches to developing an understanding of design, creativity in design research methods, innovative tools & techniques, smart research, technologies in design research, and the web.

Contemporary & Evolving Models of Design Research

Interpretations of design research in various design domains, developing unique customized approaches and models, visual representation of design research.

Research as Design and Design as Research

Research and design as circular processes, exploring research as a design activity, exploring design as a research activity, the locus standi of research as design, the case of design as research.

Multi-disciplinary Research in Design

Research in fields of humanities, social sciences, technology supporting or impacting design solutions, cross-disciplinary collaboration and teamwork, creative approaches in design research, examples of multi-disciplinary research in design, dissemination of design research.

IMPORTANT DATES
Call for abstracts:07 April 2018
Last Date of Abstract submission: 07 May 2018
Notification of acceptance:22 May 2018
Final paper submission:22 August 2018
Symposium:1 & 2 November 2018
27.04.2018 um 13:35 Uhr
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