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    • Calendars as User Context Providers in a E-learning Environment 

      Gule, Anders Gimmestad (Master thesis, 2010)
      User context is a key issue in context-aware systems’ ability to adapt to the contextual environment. Within the area of context-awareness there is a lack of research on the contextual information that specifies the context ...
    • Card-based Method Cards for Universal Design 

      Nordeide, Øyvind Hjartnes (Master thesis, 2018)
      Universal design (UD) is a legal requirement of any Norwegian ICT-solution aimed at the general public. Due to the fact that the field of accessibility is becoming more usability-focused, thus affecting disciplines such ...
    • Care relationships at stake? Home healthcare professionals' experiences with digital medicine dispensers - a qualitative study 

      Nakrem, Sigrid; Solbjør, Marit; Pettersen, Ida Nilstad; Kleiven, Hanne Hestvik (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Background Although digital technologies can mitigate the burdens of home healthcare services caused by an ageing population that lives at home longer with complex health problems, research on the impacts and consequences ...
    • Challenges in Agile Universal Design of ICT 

      Hjartnes, Øyvind Nordeide; Begnum, Miriam E. Nes (Chapter, 2018)
      Universal design (UD) of ICT is about creating solutions that are usable and accessible for as many end-users as possible. Currently, agile development is a common approach in ICT-projects. This article investigates the ...
    • Changing Food Waste User Behavior through User-Centered Design 

      Nordsven, Thomas Mork (Master thesis, 2017)
      Planet earth is currently facing many environmental issues and the term global warming is a well-known term today. Carbon dioxide emissions are contributing to global warming, and there is a need to perform research on how ...
    • Changing Practices: The Role of Design in Supporting the Sustainability of Everyday Life 

      Pettersen, Ida Nilstad (Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU, 1503-8181; 2013:130, Doctoral thesis, 2013)
      The interaction between humans, things and physical environments contributes to the environmental impact of ordinary everyday life activities. Resources are consumed and consumables used as people try to stay comfortable, ...
    • Characterization of Autonomy in Merchant Ships 

      Rødseth, Ørnulf Jan; Nordahl, Håvard; Hoem, Åsa Snilstveit (Chapter, 2018)
      utonomous ships are creating significant interest in the maritime world and the need for a more consistent definition framework is very apparent. This paper suggests building a framework based on the SAE J3016 standard for ...
    • Chatbot Personalities Matters: Improving the User Experience of Chatbot Interfaces 

      Smestad, Tuva Lunde; Volden, Frode (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      In this study, we investigated the impact of a match in personality between a chatbot and the user. Previous research have proposed that personality can offer a stable pattern to how chatbots are perceived, and add consistency ...
    • Clarifying the Epistemology of Corporate Sustainability 

      Vildåsen, Sigurd; Keitsch, Martina; Fet, Annik Magerholm (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Business research is placing increasing focus on the relationship between the natural environment and the political concept of sustainable development. Within this nexus, one area, labelled ‘Corporate Sustainability’, ...
    • Classifying motion picture audio 

      Gustavsen, Eirik (Master thesis, 2007)
      ENGELSK: Classification of the audio track, of a motion picture, into traditional audio classes is a challenging task. The reason for this is the amount of mixed content. Speech has often background music or environmental ...
    • Clothing consumption: An interdisciplinary approach to design for environmental improvement 

      Laitala, Kirsi (Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU, 1503-8181; 2014:248, Doctoral thesis, 2014)
      Clothing production and consumption have significant negative environmental impacts. This thesis explores whether an interdisciplinary method triangulation that combines studies of  material and behavioural aspects ...
    • Co-design in specialist care - aspects to consider 

      Vis, Anne Carlijn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Co-design workshops are a way to stimulate collective idea generation between designers and non-designers. Service design and co-design techniques are increasingly applied in health-care contexts. The application of co-design ...
    • Color management uten testtrykk 

      Brovold, Øyvind; Skundberg, John Håvard; Voldhaug, Olav (Bachelor thesis, 2004)
      NORSK: Målet for prosjektet er å gi Hjemmet Mortensen Trykkeri AS (HMT) effektiv og korrekt fargestyring uten bruk av egne testtrykk. Likeså ønsker prosjektet å redusere kostnadene knyttet til fargestyring ved HMT og ...
    • Colourlab: logging system 

      Snilsberg, Henrik Reff; Paulsen, Fredrik; Ibsen, Ole Martin (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
      The task at hand has been to create a new logging and booking system for the Colourlabs at NTNU in Gjøvik. Where the goal is to make a functional system, ready to be used. By utilizing different methods the group created ...
    • Combining inbound marketing theory and design to improve the online visibility of Topro Elektronikk 

      Alstadsæter, Ragnhild; Berntsen, Sondre; Medlien, Elisabeth; Øigård, Mads (Bachelor thesis, 2019)
      Målet med prosjektet var å styrke Topro Elektronikk sin synlighet på nett og øke deres «conversion rate» som vil si å skape flere kunder. Dette ble gjort gjennom analysering av Topro Elektronikk og deres konkurrenters ...
    • Comparing Personalization Approaches for Inclusion in Learning Management System 

      Nekrasova, Vera (Master thesis, 2011)
      Personalization is one of the important functions of modern Learning Management Systems. The basic idea of personalization in education is an incorporation of the person’s individual characteristics. This thesis is directed ...
    • Concept for motivating toddlers to accept inhalation therapy 

      Anton Segarra, Rebeca (Master thesis, 2013)
      This master thesis is conducted at the Institute of Product Design at NTNU. The subject of the assignment is “Concept for motivating toddlers to accept inhalation therapy”. The project aims at developing a concept for ...
    • Considering Haptic Feedback Systems for A Livable Space Suit 

      Bakke, Torstein Hågård; Fairburn, Sue (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The paper explores protective equipment for work in extreme environments manifested in a proposal for a haptic feedback system for astronauts. It follows the thesis that the safety of astronauts wearing Extra-Vehicular ...
    • Consumer acceptance of edible insects and design interventions as adoption strategy 

      Kauppi, Saara-Maria; Pettersen, Ida Nilstad; Boks, Casper (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Edible insects are regarded as one of the most sustainable animal protein sources for human consumption, but for western people insects are a rather unusual food ingredient. In the media, however, insect consumption is ...
    • Consumer and user acceptance in the circular economy: what are researchers missing? 

      Camacho-Otero, Juana; Pettersen, Ida Nilstad; Boks, Casper (Research in Design Series;9, Chapter; Conference object, 2017)
      The circular economy is a platform to transition towards a more resource efficient system. Product service systems (PSS) and remanufacturing have been proposed as strategies to achieve material decoupling. Recent studies ...