Ihmiskeskeisen teknologian yksikkö

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Exercises

Weekly exercises start on the second week of the course. Exercises are held in class room TC171 (group 1) and K2309 (groups 2 and 3) Students must enroll to a exercise group in POP.

Schedule of the exercises

Week

Subject

Reminders

1

Interviewing and instructions for home exercise
The exercise introduces basic things about interviewing and we make a small interviewing exercise in practice. We will also get instructions for the second home exercise. (Instructions are also in Moodle)

2

Good/bad design
First we analyze pictures of good/bad design. What makes design good/bad?

Remember to submit your pictures (and comment other pictures) of good/bad design to Moodle2.

3

Personalization
We are introduced in the concept of personalization. There is also an exercise in which we will personalize some product or service.

4

Results of the interviewing home exercise and a design exercise based on the interview results
How did it feel to make an interview? What would've been different if the interviewee had been your age? We shall design a product/service based on the results of the interviews.

Remember to submit your interview results to Moodle2.

5

Group behaviour
We do a group work that simulates design team work. How can we take in consideration the "laws" of group dynamics in our own life?What kind of roles are there inside a group? We will explore group dynamics and multiprofessional team work by doing an exercise in small groups.

6

Cognitive restrictions
We are going to watch a dvd about perception and how we interpret perceptions. Then we discuss about the thoughts that dvd raised. We are also going to do an exercise of how to make a design that takes notice of cognitive restrictions.