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Design and development in a complex world - new issue of Swedish Design Research Journal

How do we create positive experiences? Design and development in a complex world. This is the new issue of the Swedish Design Design Research Journal.

In an exciting interview we meet Darja Isaksson, who combines digitalization and design.

We meet Veryday (purchased by McKinsey) and Fjord (purchased by Accenture) and ask what is behind the acquisitions and how they look at the future.

The term "servitization", combining services and products, is handled by two researchers on the subject.

In an article on sustainable design, we learn about the concept of ecodesign, and how it can be spread to designers and students.

We also learn about how design labs are being built - to be used in new types of organizations and by non-educated designers.

Articles about this and more will meet you in our new issue!

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Read and download Swedish Design Research Journal no 1 2017

About Swedish Design Research Journal

Swedish Design Research Journal is a journal for design research and development of the design field.

Swedish Design Research Journal is published twice per year and consists of two sections: a research section in which an editorial committee reviews contributions in an anonymous process, and a section that comprises interviews, reports, columns and reviews of design-related literature.

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SVID, Swedish Industrial Design Foundation | Visit: Söder Mälarstrand 29, 3 tr | Mail: Söder Mälarstrand 57, 118 25 Stockholm | info@svid.se I +46 (0)8 406 84 40