- The headers of my pages are part of a mindmap: a portrait of me drawn in 2008 by Mark van Huystee
Links to manuals, blogs, networks I contribute to:
Design and Culture
Delft Design Guide-the book!
Delft Design Guide-2010 online
FD&C: Food, Design & Culture BLOG
BoP: Base of the Pyramid: designing for emerging markets
Welcome at Annemiek’s site
Annemiek van Boeijen works as a full time Assistant Professor at the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering – section Design Aesthetics.
My research and teaching mainly focuses on the role of culture in design processes. The aim is to develop knowledge and design methods & tools supporting designers to understand their intended users & the cultural context they are part of.
13 November 2017 starts my online master elective Culture Sensitive Design (id5614-17) for both students and practitioners. More information will follow soon.
In 2015 I defended my thesis ‘Crossing Cultural Chasms: Towards a culture-conscious approach to design‘. Doctoral thesis – AGC van Boeijen
More information on www.designandculture.info The site presents a set of cards for designers.
I am also initiator and co-editor of the Delft Design Guide, an overview of design models, perspectives, and methods for students, tutors, and practitioners. Launched in September 2013, the design guide has already been translated into Chinese and Japanese, and has been applied in our Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) The Delft Design Approach (edX Delftx DDA691x).
In collaboration with designer, artist, and IDE colleague Mark of Huystee , I made a world map in which a selection of thirty student projects (Joint Master Projects and Graduation) are depicted. In all these projects culture played a role in various ways; in some the design goal was to connect cultures.
You can contact me for:
- Design projects and research with a specific focus on culture
- Base of the Pyramid projects or other international projects
- Design methods and tools, particularly to understand the social/cultural context.
- Delft Design Guide in English, Chinese, and Japanese