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Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.

Sweden (Sverige) is the largest of the Nordic countries, with a population of about 9.5 million. It borders Norway and Finland and is connected to Denmark via the bridge of Öresund (Öresundsbron). Sweden has a strong tradition of being an open, yet discreet country.

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Undergraduate Course in Industrial Design Intensive

Umeå University, Umeå Institute of Design
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Sweden Umeå

Industrial Design Intensiove is a one-year course package that runs over a whole study year, from autumn to spring term. The autumn term is dedicated to basic methods in industrial design with focus on the product design process, while the spring term includes [+]

Course Package - Industrial Design Intensive  (Undergraduate)

Industrial Design Intensive is a one-year course package that runs over a whole study year, from autumn to spring term. The autumn term is dedicated to basic methods in industrial design with focus on the product design process, while the spring term includes basics in interaction design, service design and design management.

The goal of the course is that the student should acquire basic knowledge about, and understanding of, the methods and proceedings that are used within industrial design. Special attention is given to the product development process but other areas of industrial design are also integrated in the course, such as interaction design, service design and design management. The course is mainly focused on methods for analysing problems, methods for ideation and creativity and methods for visualisation, presentation and communication.... [-]


Workspaces Promoting Well-being Course

NIVA Education
Campus Full time 3 days

A good indoor environment has a significant effect on people’s health, well-being and work performance. The design of workspaces must take into account the activities and tasks that are to be carried out in the office. [+]

A good indoor environment has a significant effect on people’s health, well-being and work performance. The design of workspaces must take into account the activities and tasks that are to be carried out in the office. Course objectives Purpose of the course is to provide a multidisciplinary overview on workspaces promoting health and well-being of users. The purpose is also to introduce user-centered, participatory approach for workplace design and workplace changes. Scope of the course is on modern office environments, like multispace offices, research and learning environments as well as the social and health care sector. Target group Occupational health and safety professionals Architects Workplace designers Interior designers Workplace owners and managers Human resources managers and developers Researchers Practitioners Consultants Course outline Lectures, case studies and practical examples, interactive sessions and group discussions, excursions, networking Main topics salutogenic and user-centred approach for workplace design, one that promotes user’s health and well-being in buildings central factors in workspaces that promote well-being user-centred and participatory approach for workplace design good practices for managing workplace changes usability of buildings and central design factors restorative and healing environments Background The changes in today’s work life require a new approach to designing workspaces. The way in which work is changing, new working practices, and changes in working behaviour all affect the use of workspaces and the future needs of work premises. The significance of workspaces and the way in which they are used are undergoing changes. The rapid development of information and communications technology means... [-]