KRABBESHOLM HØJSKOLE
ART LITERATURE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN GRAPHIC DESIGN
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ART
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ARCHITECTURE
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DESIGN
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GRAPHIC DESIGN
> A SITE SPECIFIC BOOK PROJECT
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User-centered design

Focus in this assignment was on research, analysis, and concept development. That meant that the design-students were to conduct detailed interviews among their fellow students in order to define the designproblem. Krabbesholm Højskole were the overall object for the project, so it was an opportunity to have a look at our own place to see if something could do with a change. The design could be an object of course, but also just as well the design of a new routine, a variation in behavior, communication etc., generally speaking immateriel design-solutions. The presented projects is only a selection and involves both the researh, the analysis of the problem defined and the final solution