1. Tromp, N., & Hekkert, P. (in progress) Social Design: Exploiting the hidden power of products and services. London: Bloomsbury.
  2. Tromp, N., & Hekkert, P. (in progress) Social Implication Design: application and evaluation of a method
  3. Nynke Tromp (2014) Let’s resist the temptation to solve problems. interactions Volume 21 Issue 4, July + August 2014 (link)
  4. Tromp, N., & Hekkert, P. (2014) Social Implication Design (SID) – A design method to exploit the unique value of the artefact to counteract social problems, proceedings of DRS2014, Umea, Sweden
  5. Vermaas, P.E., Hekkert, P., Manders-Huits, N, & Tromp, N. (2014) Design Methods in Design for Values, In van den Hoven, J., Vermaas, P.E., & van de Poel, I. (Eds) Handbook of Ethics, Values, and Technological Design, 2014, pp 1-19, © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2014, 1-19, ISBN: 978-94-007-6994-6 (Online) http://www.springerreference.com/index/chapterdbid/367457
  6. Tromp, N. (2013) Wie denk je wel dat je bent? / Who do you think you are?, with Henk Oosterling in Dutch Design Yearbook 2013
  7. Tromp, N. (2013) Social Design: How products and services can help us act in ways that benefit society, Ph.D.thesis, Delft University of Technology. (download)
  8. Tromp, N. (2012) Ontwerpen voor gedragsverandering om bij te dragen aan een betere maatschappij, Tijdschrift voor Ergonomie 37(2), 5-10.
  9. Tromp, N., & Hekkert, P. (2012). Designing Behaviour, in Design Anthropology, eds. J. Donovan & W. Gunn, Ashgate
  10. Tromp, N., & Hekkert, P. (2012) Social Design – Or how products can help us act in ways that benefit society. Proceedings of the 8th International Design & Emotion Conference 2012, London (UK).
  11. Singh, G., & Tromp, N. (2011). ‘Design, Meanings and Radical Innovation: Designing for An Informed Future Context.’ Proceedings of IASDR 2011, Delft, The Netherlands
  12. Tromp, N., Hekkert, P., & Verbeek, P.-P. (2011). Design for Socially Responsible Behaviour: A Classification of Influence Based on Intended User Experience, Design Issues, 27:3, p.3-19 (link)
  13. Tromp, N., & Hekkert, P. (2010). A Clash of Concerns – Applying Design Thinking to Social Dilemmas, Proceedings of DTRS08, Sydney, Australia, p.393-403 (download)
  14. Tromp, N., Hekkert, P., & Van Dijk, M. (2010). Toekomstig Mobiel Werken – Een visie vanuit het sociale systeem, Onderzoek uitgevoerd voor Politie Nederland
  15. Tromp, N., & Hekkert, P. (2009). Design for Society – Bridging User Concerns with Societal Ones through Implication Design, Proceedings of IASDR 2009, Seoul, Korea, p.4291-4294 (download)
  16. Tromp, N. (2007). Designing Social Cohesion, Master Thesis (Report No. 3608), Delft University of Technology, Delft. (download)
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  17. Tromp, N., Hekkert, P., & Van Dijk, M. (in progress). When Duty Calls: Using Systems Thinking to Design a Product’s Social Impact.

    Workshops & Presentations

    I gave guest lectures at a.o. Dutch Design Awards, the Hogeschool Utrecht, Willem de Kooning Academy, the philosophy department at TBM, and internal courses like Reflection on Designing & Experiencing Persuasive Environments.

    I have been giving workshops at o.a. IDK Hong Kong, Copenhagen Business School, Design for Usability Symposium, Architectuur Instituut Rotterdam (AIR), and Felix Meritus.

    For the last Design by Fire conference, I was invited to give a talk on design for social dilemmas. (more info)

    Together with Steven Dorrestijn and Peter-Paul Verbeek, I organized the Product Impact Symposium (2010). At this conference I gave a presentation and organized a workshop. (more info)