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.

Claudia Rebola, conference, design for aging, design thinking, Industrial Design, international, Landscape Architecture, Lili Hermann

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