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Im Fachbereich 5 - Gestaltung der HTW Berlin ist im Fachgebiet Digitale Medien im Studiengang Kommunikationsdesign befristet für 2 Jahre in Teilzeit mit einer regelmäßigen wöchentlichen Arbeitszeit von 20 Stunden ein/eine Wissenschaftliche(r) Mitarbeiter(in), nach Entgeltgruppe 13 (§ 17 TVÜ-VKA) – KNr. 31/16 zu beschäftigen.

Aufgabengebiet:
_ Aufbau und Entwicklung des Bereichs „User Experience Design (UXD)“ und „Internet der Dinge“ (IdD) im Studiengang Kommunikationsdesign, sowie dessen Umsetzung in Curriculum und Lehre;
_ Selbstständige oder mit der Lehre verbundene Forschung im Bereich UXD und IdD im Wirkungsbereich der Disziplin Kommunikationsdesign;
_ Lehrtätigkeiten in beiden Themenbereichen und Vermittlung von Grundlagen der Programmierung und Hardwaretechnik (für Designer_innen);
_ Betreuung von Semesterarbeiten und Zweitgutachter für Abschlussarbeiten;
_ Einwerben von Drittmitteln und Kooperationen sowie Publikationstätigkeiten in Fachmedien;
_ Pflege und Verwaltung der für die Forschung und Lehre relevanten Hardware und Infrastruktur (Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Server, etc.).

Alles weitere zur Stelle unter: kd.htw-berlin.de/stellen

Bewerbungen bitte mit den üblichen Unterlagen bis zum 11.08.2016 unter Angabe der KNr. 31/16 als PDF an Bewerbung-Personal@HTW-Berlin.de schicken.
20.07.2016 um 19:43 Uhr
Gesche Joost, Katharina Bredies, Michelle Christensen, Florian Conradi, Andreas Unteidig (Eds.) | Design as Research – Positions, Arguments, Perspectives



The book features a wide range of voices from the global Design Research landscape and is structured around four central questions: Are there differences between design practice and the practice of design research? What alliances between text and artefact are possible in the search for new knowledge? How does design research translate and transform theories and methods from other disciplines? Is design research moving towards becoming a formal discipline and, if so, would this really be an advantage?

16 international authors address these four different aspects in the form of personal statements, and 19 researchers share their reflections based on their experience of having carried out a practice-based PhD.
This book investigates the status quo of things in the multi-faceted and constantly evolving field of design research, and outlines the elementary issues faced by researchers. The compendium is a survey of a fast-growing field and, at the same time, provides pointers for personal orientation.


With statements from:

Uta Brandes, Rachel Cooper, Clive Dilnot, Michael Erlhoff, Alain Findeli, Bill Gaver, Ranulph Glanville, Matthias Held, Wolfgang Jonas, Klaus Krippendorff, Claudia Mareis, Mike Press, Elizabeth B.-N. Sanders, Arne Scheuermann, Cameron Tonkinwise, Brigitte Wolf.


With reflections from:

Benedict Anderson, Suzie Attiwill, James Auger, Sandra Buchmüller, Iva Čukić, Bianca Elzenbaumer, Harald Gründl, Fabian Hemmert, Sara Ilstedt, Li Jönsson, Tobie Kerridge, Hanna Landin, Yi-Chang Lee, Fred Meier-Menzel, Will Odom, Jure Purgaj, Johan Redström, Ambra Trotto, Stephan A. G. Wensveen.

BIRKHÄUSER / Board of International Research in Design (BIRD)
240 pages
ISBN 978-3-0356-0919-6

19.07.2016 um 17:53 Uhr
Zum UdK-Rundgang, der etablierten jährlichen Schau aller Studiendisziplinen der Universität der Künste, werden parallel zwei Ausstellungen präsentiert.

„Who Cares?“
HACKING UTOPIA – Designkonzepte für soziale Transformation

In Kooperation mit Edgeryders und dem Forschungsprojekt #OpenCare werden Projekte interdisziplinärer Teams gezeigt, aus den Studiengängen Produktdesign und Gesellschafts- und Wirtschaftskommunikation: Neue Strategien und Lösungen für die Zukunftsfähigkeit unseres Sozial- und Gesundheitssytems in unserer demographisch sich wandelnden Gesellschaft. Das experimentelle Projektformat definiert Probleme dieses komplexen Kontextes, die kollaborative und partizipative Designstrategien erfordern und für die neue Prozesse, Methoden und Rollen im Design entwickelt werden müssen. Die ausgestellten Ergebnisse sind mit Creative Commons Lizenzen Teil des Forschungsprojekts und laufen als Crowdfunding Kampagnen auf StartNext. Konzept: GastProf. Susanne Stauch/ID2 & Nadia EL-Imam/Edgeryders

Projects by interdisciplinary teams of students from product design and communication in social and economic context: New strategies for the future viability of our social and health system within our demographical changing society.

Ausstellungseröffnung: Mittwoch 20. Juli, 19:00
Führung: Samstag, 23. Juli, 14:30
Ausstellung: 21. Juli– 24. Juli, 10:00–18:00
19.07.2016 um 17:48 Uhr
The indeterminate, informal spaces of city-living have always existed alongside the formal ones. The city can at once be a habitat of individual freedom and socio-cultural segregation, economic growth and destitution, democratic movements and oppressive regimes – and any phenomenon in between. We believe that the assessment of urban appropriation strategies may provide a means to uncover and unpick this ambivalent nature of the urban.
In European cities today, there is a prevalent notion that urban dwellers should have the right to public places, where both the individual can unfold, create, play, dream or simply rest, and where established communities are strengthened and new ones are allowed to be made.
The growing demand from both individuals and local communities to be able to in uence urban planning processes and the joint structuring of individual neighbourhoods re ects this notion. Ultimately, it touches on the pressing debate about how we are to create liveable and open-minded cityscapes for a growing and diverse urban population.

This conference aims to discuss a variety of perspectives on urban approp- riation strategies, its relation to public space-making and its implications for future city development. What does urban appropriation involve outside its immediate spatiality? How does it link to ideas of appropriation of socio-cultural narratives, of politico-historical occasions as well as of nature and the more-than-human in urban landscapes?
The conference is set to explore this subject through 3 interdisciplinary categories comprising architecture, European ethnology, human geography, urban ecology, sociology, landscape architecture and design research:
I. Urban appropriation strategies in the context of migration and refugee movements.
II. appropriation of nature by the urban and appropriation of the urban by nature.
III. appropriation as tool to create a new, citizen-centered social space in the city

Dates
Conference: 04.11.2016
Submission of abstracts: 30.07.2016

Location
Giesshaus - University of Kassel http://www.kassel.de/datenerfassung/gebaeude/01721/index.html

Abstract
Language: English.
400-500 words, plus. max. 4 pictures with captions and references as a word le by no later than 30.07.2016, exclusively by e-mail as .doc or .pdf with the subject: „conference urban appropriation strategies, category [...]“

For submission of abstracts or any other queries please contact:
uas.conference@gmail.com

In cooperation with
Universität Kassel | Fachbereich Architektur Stadtplanung Landschaftsplanung (ASL) Technische Universität Berlin | Institut für Architektur | CODE | Construction + Design University of Copenhagen | Saxo Institute
University of Cambridge | Department of Geography
19.07.2016 um 14:12 Uhr
Nordic Forum for Design History Studies conference 2016:
DESIGN EDUCATION IN THE NORDIC COUNTRIES
23–24 September 2016
Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture (Arabia campus), Helsinki, Finland

At the time of big changes in designer profession globally, the Nordic Forum for Design History Studies conference 2016 turns to examine design education. The conference aims to map the history of design education in the Nordic countries and to survey what is the status of research in this area today. The conference will reflect critically on how the history of professional education is linked to the writing of Nordic design histories and what are the relevant methods of research here.
Nordic design is often presented as a uniform and homogenous phenomenon. What is common and shared, then, when one looks at Nordic design from the perspective of education; is there a special "Nordic design education method"? What are the similarities and differences of educational programmes? Can one talk about regionalism or are national accents or specialities offered by individual schools more significant?
The conference examines interaction within the Nordic region and in the international framework. What was the relation to the German Bauhaus and other 20th century progressive design schools in Europe and in the USA? What kind of connections were there to design schools of the Baltic countries during Soviet era and later. And how is it now: what is the status of education in national design policies of the Nordic countries?

Abstracts for 20 minutes conference papers from scholars from a diverse range of disciplines on the theme of design education are welcome. Topics that may be considered include, but are not limited to:
- Methods of research in design education
- Locality / nationality as context of design education
- Interaction and collaboration between Nordic actors of design education
- Bauhaus and other "foreign" influences in Nordic design education
- Links to design schools in the region of the former Soviet Union
- Professionals coming outside of design education
- Charateristics of contemporary design education in the Nordic countries
- Design policies and design education in the Nordic countries
- Turning points in design education
- Continuum and ruptures in the design curriculum
- Role of history in design education

Deadline for submission: 15 August 2016
Please send an abstract (up to 250 words) by 12th of August 2016, including a short biography (up to 50 words) to:

pekka.korvenmaa@aalto.fi
13.07.2016 um 14:32 Uhr
The MA Communication Design of the HKB Bern University of the Arts is looking for several courses in the fields of Design Entrepreneurship and Design Research with social impact.

The programme offers students an individual course for design and design-research projects with a high degree of social relevance in the fields of Design Entrepreneurship and Design Research, as a full-time student (over 3 semesters) or as a part-time student (over 5 semesters).

Please find more information on the programme and the fields of study at https://www.hkb.bfh.ch/en/studies/master/macommdesign/, and on the degree structure at https://www.hkb.bfh.ch/en/studies/master/macommdesign/studies/studienaufbaucommdesign/

If you are a designer, educator and/or researcher and want to propose a course to take part in spring semester 2017, please complete the following form by 26.8.2016 (deadline): http://goo.gl/forms/iPScku5Jp5ztXDKm1

We look forward to receiving your ideas!
13.07.2016 um 10:08 Uhr
Bayerns Wirtschaftsministerin Ilse Aigner kündigt den Wettbewerbsstart für den Bayerischen Staatspreis für Nachwuchsdesigner 2016 an.

In den Kategorien Industriedesign, Kommunikationsdesign, Interior Design, Modedesign, Textildesign, Gestaltendes Handwerk und seit diesem Jahr in Digital Design und Designtheorie bzw. Designforschung stehen insgesamt acht Staatspreise zur Verfügung, die mit je 7.500 Euro dotiert sind.
Zusätzlich können Anerkennungen ausgesprochen werden, die jeweils mit 1.000 Euro dotiert sind.

Der Staatspreis wurde 2008 mit dem FIDIUS-Preis für einen fairen Designwettbewerb ausgezeichnet.
Anmeldungen für den Wettbewerb 2016 sind ab sofort und bis zum 8. Juli 2016 möglich. Teilnahmeberechtigt sind Absolventen deutscher Designausbildungsstätten und deutsche Absolventen ausländischer Designschulen der Jahre 2014 bis 2016. Neben Abschlussarbeiten können auch erste selbständige Arbeiten im Rahmen der Berufsausübung eingereicht werden. Des Weiteren können sich Nachwuchskräfte bis zum Alter von 35 Jahren bewerben, die in gestaltenden Handwerksberufen in Deutschland tätig sind.

Die eingereichten Arbeiten werden von einer unabhängigen Jury bewertet. Beurteilungskriterien sind u.a. Innovation, Designidee, Gebrauchswert und Nachhaltigkeit. Die Preisverleihung wird im Rahmen der Munich Creative Business Week 2017(www.mcbw.de) stattfinden. Die preisgekrönten sowie weitere von der Jury ausgewählte Arbeiten werden im Anschluss in einer Sonderausstellung in München gezeigt sowie in einem Katalog veröffentlicht.

Weitere Informationen zum Staatspreis sowie die Bewerbungsunterlagen stehen ab sofort unter www.staatspreis.de zur Verfügung.
29.06.2016 um 21:20 Uhr
Die HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd sucht eine Lehrbeauftragte / einen Lehrbeauftragten für Designgeschichte.
Unterrichtet werden soll in den Bachelor-Studiengängen Interaktionsgestaltung, Kommunikationsgestaltung und evtl. im Studiengang "Internet der Dinge – Gestaltung vernetzter Systeme".

Es handelt sich um zwei Module:
1) "Design-/Mediengeschichte 1" im 1. Semester: Schwerpunkt allgemeine Designgeschichte
2) "Design-/Mediengeschichte 2" im 3. Semester: Schwerpunkt Geschichte der Medien und der Mensch-Computer-Interaktion

Auf bereits bestehende Seminarpläne und Inhalte kann aufgebaut werden, diese werden zur Verfügung gestellt. Beginn wäre zum Wintersemester 2016/17 (Anfang Oktober). Die Stundenzahl ist flexibel von 2 bis 8 Semesterwochenstunden, auch größere Blöcke (z.B. alle 14 Tage doppelte Stundenzahl) wären denkbar.

Bewerbungen oder weitere Fragen bitte an david.oswald@hfg-gmuend.de
29.06.2016 um 15:15 Uhr

Bachelor in Design and Art – Major in Design: Visual communication in project (project leader)

The teaching method at the Faculty of Design and Art is based on interdisciplinary project
studies. The Bachelor in Design and Art – Major in Design - offers semester projects supervised by a team of lecturers specialized in practical and theoretical disciplines. In terms of project topics and work dynamics these projects are supervised by a project leader who will – according to this selection procedure – teach all aspects of “visual communication”.
The project leader works closely with both lecturers of the two integrated courses and fixes the project
subject and the time schedule together with them. In these projects, design students of all semesters will
learn the basic skills, working methods, methods and theories of visual communication for any possible
research and application field.

The teaching workload involved in the course, in addition to the lecture hours referred to above, requires
office hours and participation in all examinations in all sessions established by the academic calendar.
The contract lecturer can also be appointed as a:
a) member / substitute member of the exam commission of the end-of-course exams offered by the
School which fall into either the lecturer’s scientific sector and/or in those linked to that sector;
b) member / substitute member of the exam commission for the admission procedure;
c) non-supervising member / non-examiner of the bachelor final degree commission;
d) first supervisor, second supervisor, examiner in the final degree commission.

The application may be submitted according to the model provided in attachment ‘A’ and must be handed in to the following address by and no later than the deadline of 23rd of June 2016, 12:00 a.m.:

Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
Faculty of Design and Art
for the attention of Elena Ghizzo
Piazza Università – Universitätsplatz,1 – P.O. Box 276
I-39100 Bolzano-Bozen

If the deadline falls on a non-working day, the effective deadline will be the first working day after the
deadline.

Master in “Eco-social Design”: Design: objects /spaces / services (project leader)

Autonomous work on projects is at the center of the study curriculum. Students
engage in design projects with a social relevance and through their work they try to contribute to a
change toward a better society. Students develop their projects in a transdisciplinary way. They
connect skills and knowledge from various design disciplines and from socio-economic disciplines,
taught as well at the Master in a close relation to the projects.
Therefore, also design teaching in the fields of objects, spaces and services must consider all such
aspects and their interdependency, with the goal of unfolding the potentialities of design for
sustainable transformations, in cooperation with external partners of the civil society, companies
and institutions.

The teaching workload involved in the course, in addition to the lecture hours referred to above, requires
office hours and participation in all examinations in all sessions established by the academic calendar.
The contract lecturer can also be appointed as a:
a) member / substitute member of the exam commission of the end-of-course exams offered by the
School which fall into either the lecturer’s scientific sector and/or in those linked to that sector;
b) member / substitute member of the exam commission for the admission procedure;
c) non-supervising member / non-examiner of the bachelor final degree commission;
d) first supervisor, second supervisor, examiner in the final degree commission.

The application may be submitted according to the model provided in attachment ‘A’ and must be handed in to the following address by and no later than the deadline of 24th of June 2016, 12:00 a.m.:

Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
Faculty of Design and Art
for the attention of Elena Ghizzo
Piazza Università – Universitätsplatz,1 – P.O. Box 276
I-39100 Bolzano-Bozen

If the deadline falls on a non-working day, the effective deadline will be the first working day after the
deadline.
The date when the application is received by the Faculty Secretariat (dated entry stamp) is the date
which is taken into consideration when determining acceptance of the application.

For further information visit: http://www.unibz.it/en/organisation/vacancies/contractprofessors/default.html
16.06.2016 um 10:22 Uhr

Ziel dieser Konferenzreihe, die am 22.09. zum dritten Mal stattfindet ist es, die Marketing- und Innovationsverantwortlichen, Strategen, Designer und Marktforscher anzusprechen.
Die Konferenz begreift Designforschung und Designstrategie als immer wichtiger werdenden Faktor für wirtschaftlichen Erfolg. Die Förderung von Designmethoden gilt im Management Bereich als Lösungsansatz um zukünftige Herausforderungen zu meistern.
Deshalb stellt die Design Research & Strategy Conference konkrete Fallstudien von Unternehmen vor und bietet verschiedene Workshops an, die den Teilnehmern den Umgang mit diesen Disziplinen näher bringen sollen.

Referenten der Veranstaltungen sind unter anderem:
Johnson Li, Executive Design Director von Lenovo aus Peking, der Senior Vice President Design der Telekom AG, Philipp Thesen, und Philip Hambach, bei Adidas als Director Global Consumer Strategy & Insights.


Organisiert wird die Veranstaltung durch die mc Markt Consult Institut für Strukturforschung und Marketingberatung GmbH, sowie der INDEED Innovation GmbH.

Weitere Informationen, sowie die Anmeldung finden Sie unter: www.drdscon.com

15.06.2016 um 13:44 Uhr
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