Rebola & Hermann Present on Computer-Human Interactions

Claudia Rebola (Associate Professor, Industrial Design) and Lili Hermann (Professor, Landscape Architecture) presented a paper at the Tenth International Conference on Advances in Computer-Human Interactions, in the special track, D4HA: Designing for Healthy Aging.

Their paper entitled, Design Thinking as a Process for Innovative Older Adult Applications, introduced a seven-phase “P” methodology for design thinking addressing the needs of older adults and discussed a case study of the application of this methodology in a project titled Aging and Health(care) 3.0: Place of Aging, a collaboration across Industrial Design and Architecture.

The project was supported by the Academic Enrichment Grant at RISD.