Design for Wellbeing | 2004-

Design for Wellbeing | 2004-


Objectives: Design for Wellbeing redirects the focus of product development from technology-based development, via needs-based development, to participative product development and innovation. By adapting a multidisciplinary approach, involving health sciences and engineering disciplines, we are able to manage the entire development cycle from an initial understanding of users’ needs to studies of finished products in use.

Design for Wellbeing is carried out in the form of research projects, application studies and student projects, building on experiences from research and education projects. The courses are project-based and team-structured, and students work closely with corporate partners on real-world innovation projects. Design for Wellbeing is an ideal framework for collaboration across distance, disciplines and disabilities.

BTH project Leader: Prof Tobias Larsson

Time span: 2004-

Academic partners: BTH, Lund University, Stanford University, Hosei University, Luleå University of Technology, KTH.

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Categories: Projects, Research