Design for Exchange Master theses

The Use2Use-perspective highlights several new design strategies that can be considered when exploring opportunities for new circular offers. Design for Exchange is one such strategy that can be used to develop services and products that enable and facilitate circular consumption. The potential of this specific strategy will be explored through two master thesis projects during […]

Let’s reconsider shoes’ end-of-life

How can system and product redesign facilitate a prolonged life and proper material recycling for the Swedish footwear company Icebug? This was explored by Mariell Bjuhr and Lovisa Wargsjö in their Master’s thesis in Industrial Design Engineering. In the thesis, they take a user perspective and focus on the full customer journey when presenting concepts […]

Design Guidelines for Shared Cars

Can cars be designed for sharing? Fina Kuikka and Louisa Swenne have explored how to facilitate car sharing and developed design guidelines for CEVTs  new car sharing concept Lynk & Co. They present their findings and guidelines in their Master’s thesis: Design Guidelines for Shared Cars – Development of design guidelines for Human Machine Interfaces […]