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Graphic profile including print material and wristbands for swedish/german festival Secret Island nation, 2012.
The festival was held annually—until 2013 when the police intervened—on a secret island in the archipelago of Gothenburg. Besides a range of Swedish and German DJs the festival features a number of workshops on themes like nation building, alternative currencies and new age religion.

Graphic profile including print material and wristbands for swedish/german festival Secret Island nation, 2012.

The festival was held annually—until 2013 when the police intervened—on a secret island in the archipelago of Gothenburg. Besides a range of Swedish and German DJs the festival features a number of workshops on themes like nation building, alternative currencies and new age religion.

Dynamic identity proposal for Dansmuseet in Stockholm done at Beckmans College of Design, 2013.

The dynamic “D” adapts to format proportions and is then filled with video material of dancers and their movements to create key graphics.

Video version here.

arthurroing:

The concept of reflective design may be summed up as follows: Increasingly context-aware design combined with research on personalized persuasion and the contextual-data from social computing will create design based on variables. These variables adapt to predicted needs and target individual psychological exploits—mirroring the user—thus becoming reflective design. The user is then engaged in a hermetic feedback loop with this new adaptive media, and as we are shaped by the media surrounding us, the predictive systems that are intended to predict our actions end up increasingly defining them.

The whole project is online at towardsreflectivedesign.comGive it a read and let me know what you think.

arthurroing:

The concept of reflective design may be summed up as follows: Increasingly context-aware design combined with research on personalized persuasion and the contextual-data from social computing will create design based on variables. These variables adapt to predicted needs and target individual psychological exploits—mirroring the user—thus becoming reflective design. The user is then engaged in a hermetic feedback loop with this new adaptive media, and as we are shaped by the media surrounding us, the predictive systems that are intended to predict our actions end up increasingly defining them.

The whole project is online at towardsreflectivedesign.com
Give it a read and let me know what you think.


Context-aware object. 
Part of bachelor thesis ‘Reflective design’, 2013.

Context-aware object. 

Part of bachelor thesis ‘Reflective design’, 2013.

Beckmans College of Design, exhibition catalogue (multiple covers), 2013

Beckmans College of Design, exhibition catalogue (multiple covers), 2013

Context-aware object. 
Part of bachelor thesis ‘Reflective design’, 2013.

Context-aware object. 

Part of bachelor thesis ‘Reflective design’, 2013.