• Bærekraft i profesjonsutdanninger. Gap mellom strategi og programplaner? 

      Berg, Arild; Carella, Alfredo Raúl; Lysebo, Marius; Nielsen, Liv Merete (FormAkademisk - Forskningstidsskriftet for design og designdidaktikk;Vol 14 Nr. 3 (2021): Utdanning for ny praksis II – teknologi, design og bærekraft på tvers. Temanummer, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11-28)
      Utdanning er en nøkkel til varige endringer i samfunnet. I denne studien bruker vi teori fra bærekraft og didaktikk for å sette søkelys på utdanning av produktdesignere, lærere og ingeniører ved Fakultet for Teknologi, ...
    • Co-creation in professional craft practice 

      Groth, Camilla; Berg, Arild (Proceedings of DRS 2018: Catalyst;Vol 4, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2018-01-01)
      Design practice involves several disciplines, and when the manufacturing process demands special skills, designers outsource the work to craftspersons. Traditionally, craftspersons make a living by taking orders and ...
    • Co-creation in Service Design; a master’s study on how to achieve sustainable services 

      Larson, Helena; Berg, Arild (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      n today’s society, services are growing into complex systems that may not always respond to the needs of the people using them. Therefore, the discipline of service design is now often used as a source to find gaps in ...
    • Collaborative innovation: a study of creative teamwork in offshore industry and in design education 

      Pavel, Nenad; Berg, Arild (Design Education & Human Technology Relations;2014, Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2014)
      Entrepreneurship is identified as a key activity to creating value to society as well as the successful adaption of the products and services to users’ lives. This is why entrepreneurship as concept is finding it’s ...
    • Critical design for discussion about public space 

      Münster, Sunniva; Berg, Arild (Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2015)
      This research focuses on Critical Design and the use of provocative design objects to create discussion about public space. The project sets out to develop a design approach and a critical design method for making conceptual ...
    • Designing an Interdiciplinary Course in a Makerspace-Towards collaborative creativity for a sustainable society 

      Berg, Arild; Güler, Evin; Sandtrø, Tengel Aas; Carella, Alfredo Raúl; Lysebo, Marius; Haugen Thor, Jenny Helene; Norvalls, Mali (FormAkademisk - Forskningstidsskrift for Design Og Designdidaktikk; Vol 13 Nr. 6 (2020): Utdanning for ny praksis - teknologi, design og bærekraft på tvers I. Temanummer, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-12-31)
      The study explored how to developanelective, interdisciplinary course in a makerspace. The study highlighted the potentials and pitfalls in the transitional space between institutionalised and research-based higher education ...
    • Designing burial monuments to increase emotional awareness in product design 

      Stoltenberg, Einar; Berg, Arild (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      The motivation for writing this paper is the growing concern in society towards the amount of products we produce containing low utility and sustainability. Through emotional awareness the student can design meaningful ...
    • Designing for Small Bathrooms 

      Sivertsen, Arnt Kåre; Berg, Arild (Chapter; Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2016)
      This paper will focus on how to design a series of bathroom products that work well for small bathrooms using the principles of universal design. In home culture research, Quitzau and Røpke has studied bathroom transformation ...
    • Designing for user experience in Nordic skiing 

      Stuler, Håkon; Berg, Arild (Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2015)
      Although the experience is the most important aspect of skiing, sports equipment manufacturers do not seem to take this into account in the development of skiing products. This paper examines how the sports industry can ...
    • Digital Drawing Demystified: Exploring a Creative Zone of Proximal Development 

      Seiersten, Nils; Berg, Arild (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      The purpose of this paper is to elaborate on the theoretical notion of Vygotsky’s notion of a ‘zone of proximal development’ (ZPD) where learning is supported by doing things together. In the work life product designers ...
    • Education for Resilience with Emerging Technologies: A Qualitative Study on the Learner – Media Relationship in Product Design Education 

      Pavel, Nenad (OsloMet Avhandling 2021;Nr 2, Doctoral thesis; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      This doctoral dissertation explores how emerging technologies, especially 3D printing, can affect pedagogy. The purpose is to provide practical and theoretical knowledge that can strengthen sustainable education. The aim ...
    • Empowerment through Product Design: Digital textile pattern design for grip development in healthcare 

      Lyche, Wenche; Berg, Arild (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      In the meeting between textile pattern design and 3D printing techniques, there is a potential for developing inclusive products for healthcare. There is a great need for this from both patients and healthcare providers. ...
    • The essential dialogue: a Norwegian study of art communication in mental health care 

      Ingeberg, Mette Holme; Wikstrøm, Britt-Maj; Berg, Arild (Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services;50 (8), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012-08)
      This study focuses on how semi-structured art dialogues can be used to communicate with older patients with impaired mental health. The study was conducted on a geropsychiatric ward at a university hospital in Norway. To ...
    • Forming Life: Aesthetic Awareness in Mental Health Care 

      Berg, Arild; Christensen-Scheel, Boel; Ingeberg, Mette Holme (InFormation - Nordic Journal of Art and Research;2(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Using cross-disciplinary perspectives from artistic research, aesthetic theory, and mental health care, this article discusses qualities in sensuous surroundings in mental health facilities. Although the background for the ...
    • Handling innovative transformation processes in public environment 

      Gundersen, Gunnar H; Berg, Arild (Chapter; Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2016)
      Design of environment is one example from which debates can emerge. Such public debates can influence public opinions and subsequently influe nce political debates and bureaucratic processes. ...
    • Health promoting experiences in urban green space: A case study of a co-design toolkit based on feedbacks from fNIRS, IoT and game probes 

      Berg, Arild; Gulden, Tore; Yazidi, Anis; Mirtaheri, Peyman (EAI CORE Proceedings;PervasiveHealth 2019 - 13th EAI International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare - Demos and Posters, Chapter; Conference object; Journal article, 2019-06-11)
      Promoting greener experience in urban areas is of utmost importance for urban development and for healthier cities. In this demo, we delineate a multi-disciplinary project for mapping the citizen experience and access to ...
    • Hverdagsobjekter med en skulpturell appell: form, materialitet, taktilitet - relasjoner mellom bruker og produkt 

      Bergsaker, Andreas Ferdinand Riise (MAPD;2015, Master thesis, 2015)
      Denne masteroppgaven er utarbeidet som avs- luttende del av mastergradstudiet i produktde- sign ved Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus (HiOA), våren 2015. I oppgaven har man prøvd å belyse hvordan hverdagsobjekter med en ...
    • Improving norwegian user's experience of moxibustion in chinese medicine 

      Yuanyuan, Cai (Master thesis, 2011)
      This is a series of design including four different products, each of which has embodied author’s emotional experience in Norway – snow, forest, star, peace and kind atmosphere. Author hopes combine these elements into the ...
    • Increasing police trustworthiness through a user-oriented design approach 

      Moen, Bente; Fosse, Jarle; Berg, Arild (Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2014)
      This study addresses the research question of how product design can enhance and strengthen the general public’s positive perceptions of the police in Norway. Product design expertise can be used to gain valuable insight ...