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TDDD75 Effects-Driven Development and Human-Centred Design of Interactive Systems

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19/12  Updates coming

The course info on this site will be updated in the beginning of January. However, the course literature will for 2015 be Designing for Growth: A Design Thinking Tool Kit for Managers, by Liedtka and Ogilvie (2011, Columbia Business School) and Impact Mapping: Making a Big Impact with Software Products and Projects, By Adzic (2012, Provoking Thoughts Limited). Electronically available articles will also be used.

4/3  Slides

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12/2  Slides

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10/2  Clarification on the individual examination (all steps)

We have received several questions regarding the individual report for step 1. For this step, as well as the following steps, the data used in the individual report for grades 4 and 5 is the same as for the group work. With data we mean the methods that you have applied in order to reach the group results and the results in themselves.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have further questions.

10/2  Update: Project work groups

Name marked with (*) is the contact person for the project.

Group 1
Loic Jougla (*) loijo171
Emma Karlsson
Gytis Semenas
Jaroslav Klimcik
Marek Pasz

Group 2
Emelie Oskarsson (*) emeos081
Kjell Karlsson
Oskar Hällbom
Rebecca Ocklind
Denis Golubovic

Group 3
Henrik Andersson (*) henan089
Andres Manzano Carerro
Louise Wallin
Victor Grape
Marcus Alfredsson

Group 4
Mikael Fredholm (*) mikfr060
Martin Palmér
Linus Ljungblom
Gustaf Englund

Group 5
Hannes Eskebaek (*) hanes262
Gustav Enblom
Niklas Nieminen
Jonas Karlsson
Alexander Alesand

Group 6
Fabian Wiberg (*) fabwi272
Florian Starzengruber
Theodora Matakia
Jonas Wagner
Hasan Bank

5/2  Fri Feb 7th: Presentation of group project work Step 1

For Friday's presentation of step 1, the following groups will be in P30: Groups, 1, 3 and 5
For Friday's presentation of step 1, the following groups will be in P34: Groups, 2, 4 and 6
* Each group has 10 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions/discussions
* Each group shall prepare (at least) two questions to ask the other groups
* Do not forget to bring the filled in participation report!

5/2  Purpose of tutoring sessions (noted as "Lektioner" in the schedule)

For clarification: the sessions held 31/1, 21/2, 28/2 and 7/3 are tutoring sessions. You can come to these to discuss with the teachers, to get clarifications regarding the task and to ask questions regarding your ongoing group work. These tutoring sessions are not mandatory, but have proven quite helpful in guiding work in the right direction.

4/2  Slides

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31/1  Change of lecture hall

The lecture on February 12, 10-12 am, will be in S37 instead of S11, because of LARM (a large career fair organised by Lintek).

28/1  Slides

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24/1  Slides

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23/1  Questions

We have received a question about the précis template. It is supposed to be used as a support for you in reviewing and get the grip of the articles. Make one précis for every piece you read. The length is not so important and it is not so important to follow it exactly; it is more important that you use it to work on your understanding of the paper.

Another question was how the course grades are calculated. It says in the instruction that it is the median of the grades on the three assignments. Rounded to nearest integer.

16/1  Note on mandatory seminars (presentations)

If you cannot attend a compulsory oral presentation of an assignment, you must notify your supervisor in advance. You must then complete a supplementary task, which is to interview a couple of team members about what was discussed at the seminar and the lessons you can learn from it. Submit then a summary of 1-2 pages to the supervisor. That way you get to take part of some of what you missed. Deadline is the same as the Supplementary Examination Deadline (Swe. 'kompletteringsdeadline').

14/1  Updated course info

The Course Information PDF has been updated. It now includes the case, which you will work on in the course.

20/12  Course information

The Course Information PDF can now be downloaded.

We are very happy to welcome you to the course. The course team:
Mattias Arvola, Associate professor, examiner
Ĺsa Hedenskog, PhD, lecturer and supervisor
Jenny Johansson, MSc, lecturer and supervisor
Eva Ragnemalm, PhD, lecturer
Stefan Holmlid, Associate professor, lecturer

Page responsible: Mattias Arvola
Last updated: 2013-12-13