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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Earlier Master Thesis Supervision

Kottamasu, V.L.Phanikumar. (2012). User interaction of one-dimensional panoramic images for iPod Touch. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Computer Science. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-86551

Glansberg, Sven. (2012). Presentation av reservdelskatalog med modellbaserat konstruktionsunderlag: En fallstudie av Saabs konceptutveckling för teknikinformation till stridsflygplanet Gripen NG [Presentation of Illustrated Parts Catalog with Model-based Design Data: A Case Study of Saab's Concept Development of Technical Communication for the Fighter Aircraft Gripen NG]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Media Technology. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-78701

Johansson, Regina. (2011). Surf the roads?: An interview study aiming to investigate truck driver’s needs for a web browser in the truck cab. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-69514

Nordvall, Mathias. (2011). Sightlence: Haptics for Computer Games. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science.

Ronestjärna, Jonathan. (2011). Presentation av underhållsföreskrifter med modellbaserat konstruktionsunderlag [Presentation of Maintenence Instructions based on Model Based Design Data]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Computer Engineering. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-69295

Hedström, Anton & Ragnarsson, Patrik. (2011). Lara – en skattjakt med mobil datorförstärkt verklighet [Lara – An Mobile Augmented Reality Treasure Hunt]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Computer Engineering.

Bandelin, Jakob. (2010). Avatar Body Language: Supporting Emotive Communication in Virtual Environments. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive science. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-57541

Rådström, Sofia. (2010). HCI Design Patterns for In-Store Touch Screen Terminals. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Computer Science. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-54958

Hallin, Johan. (2009). Design av en intelligent programguide i skalbar vektorgrafik för Internetbaserad högupplöst TV [Design of an Intelligent Programme Guide in Scalable Vector Graphics for Internet-based High Definition TV]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Computer Science. http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-19528

Manker, Jon. (2009). Proaktivitet, ansvarstydlighet, tidstolerans [Proactivity, Clarity of Responsibility, Time Tolerance]. Södertörns högskola, School of Communication, Media and IT. Subject: Media Technology.

Svensson, Martin. (2007). Oerfaren användare användbar? [Inexperienced user usable?]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science.

Maijala, Markus & Nygard, Stefan. (2007). Stenåldersslingan: Ett mobilt spel för upplevelser vid naturbesök [The Stone Age Trail: A Mobile Outdoors Computer Game for Nature Experience]. School of Communication, Technology and Design, Södertörns högskola. Subject: Media Technology.

Eriksson, Olle & Hövik, Annika. (2007). Spel med rätt att övertyga: En heuristisk utvärdering av övertygande pervasive mobilspel [Pervasive Game That Persuade: A Heuristic Evaluation of a Persuasive Pervasive Mobile Game]. School of Communication, Technology and Design, Södertörns högskola. Subject: Media Technology.

Johansson, Ellinor. (2007). "Han tänkte annat än jag och den här gången tänkte han ju bra": En fallstudie av ett planeringsverktyg i hemtjänsten ["He thought something different from me and this time he thought well": A Case Study of a Planning Tool in Home-Help Service]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science.

Skula, Ann-Sofi. (2007). Att skapa gränssnittsriktlinjer från ett företags varumärke och existerande produktportfölj [Creating User Interface Guidelines Based on Brand and Existing Portfolio of Products]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science.

Larsen-Carter, Hanna. (2006). Kunden i fokus och systemet i periferin - design av bärbara säljsystem [The Customer in Focus and the System in the Periphery]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science.

Johansson, Maria. (2006). Gestaltningstekniker i interaktionsdesign: En fråga om syfte och publik [Means for Expression in Interaction Design. A Question of Purpose and Audience]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science. http://liu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:23421

Olovsson, Peter. (2006). Att motverka fragmentering av arbete vid design av informations- och kommunikationsteknik - en fallstudie av IT i sjukvården. [Counteracting Fragmentation of Work in Design of Information and Communication Technology - A Case Study of IT in Healthcare]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science. http://liu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:21832

Norre, Frida. (2006). VAD och HUR - Metoder för identifiering av användarbehov i datalagerprojekt [What and How - Methods for Identifying User Needs in Data Warehouse Projects]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science.

Anggreeni, Irene. (2006). Prototyping Tools for the Early Stages of Web Design. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Computer Science. http://liu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:21839.

Zhang, Keijing. (2006). The Digital Design Diary: Managing Design Rationale of Heterogeneous Media in a Multimedia Collage. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Computer Science.

Rutgersson, Sara. (2005). Interface Design for Users with Deafblindness. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science.

Pettersson, Karin (2005). Att få en syn på datalagret: Visualisering som stöd för analytikers datalagerarbete [Getting a View of the Data Warehouse: Supporting Analysts Through Data Warehouse Visualization]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science. http://liu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:20425.

Selin, Jonina. (2005). "A Picture Must be a Picture!" A Study of Accessibility on Intranets for People with Dyslexia. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science.

Humberto Lozano Angulo, Paulo. (2005). An Experiment on the Impact of Culture on the User Interface Development. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Computer Science.

Song, Yuanyuan. (2004). Game design for Multiple Device Platforms. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Computer Science.

Ernfridsson, Patrik. (2003). Äldre och teknik: Fyra porträtt som grund för IT-design [Elderly and Technology: Four Portraits as Basis for IT-Design]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science. http://liu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:19297.

Wallqvist, Elin. (2003). Distribuerad kognition och hemsjukvård: behov med avseende på informationshantering [Distributed Cognition and Home Healthcare: Needs Regarding Information Handling]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science. http://liu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:18844.

Edvardsson, Alexander & Lundin, Johan. (2003). Fotboll med Internet som spelplan - en metod för att skapa designmönster för ett digitalt medium [Football on the Internet - A Method for Creating Design Patterns for a Digital Medium]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Informatics.

Rimbark, Magnus. (2002). Do's and Dont's in Applications for Co-surfing News. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science. http://liu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:18560.

Andersson, Fredrik. (2002). Genrer som stöd vid design av IT-artefakter: Reflektioner på ett designfall [Genres as Support in Design of IT-Artifacts: Reflection on a Design Case]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science. http://liu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:19121.

Lidman, Linda. (2002). Kvalitet-i-Bruk för Beslutstödssystem inom Thoraxkirurgi [Defending Clinician Values: Quality-in-Use of Decision Support Systems for Thoracic Surgery]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science. http://liu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:18603.

Sköld, Peter. (2002). Att vara där: designaspekter av ett VR-system för användning i en arkitektpraktik. [Being there: design aspects of a VR-system for architects]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science. http://liu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:18657.

Blomquist, Åsa. (2001). Design för Richard och Per: en undersökning om hur måldriven design fungerar i ett verkligt projekt [Design for Richard and Per: An Investigation of How Goal-Directed Design Works in a Real Project]. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science.

Karlsson, Tobias. (2000). Vilka är de kontextuella faktorer som påverkar utformningen av en mobil applikation för operatörer av varuautomater? [Which Contextual Factors Affect the Development of a Mobile Application for Operators of Vending Machines?] Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science.

Ryman, Anders. (2000). How to Get Personas to Conform - A Case Study of Design Method Compatibility. Linköping University, Department of Computer and Information Science. Subject: Cognitive Science.

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014

 

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Mattias Arvola

Associate professor in Cognitive Science

Director of Studies for the Undergraduate Programme in Cognitive Science
SICS East Swedish ICT Research Faculty

Interaction & Service Design Research Group
MDA-lab
HCS-division
Dept. of Computer and Information Science
Linköpings universitet
SE-581 83 LINKÖPING, Sweden

E-mail: mattias.arvola@liu.se
Twitter: @MattiasArvola
Phone: +46 (0)13 285703
Fax: +46 (0)13 142231
E 3G:454 ( map)

Photo of Mattias Arvola

My PhD thesis focused on interaction design for social situations of use, at the intersection of design, human-computer interaction (HCI) and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). Later, my research has dealt with design, cognition and IT-development. Different issues of thinking, language and communication has been central to my work. The topic of user experience, use-quality and experiential qualities is, in my research, connected to socio-cultural theories of mediated action (eg. activity theory and distributed cognition), and I find theoretical topics in interaction and service design intriguing, especially in relation to the practice of design. As part of researching design practice I have tried to identify best practices and describe them in terms of design methods. Notably, I have worked on methods like personas, interaction and service walkthroughs, improvised roleplaying, design patterns, competitive analysis, genre analysis, use-quality analysis, bodystorming, and prototyping. Related to the practice of design is also the field of design education, which also is one of areas of interest.

Teaching spring 2014

Teaching autumn 2014