Everyone is a designer.
Seventh Framework Program
Ever on I design
The goal of IdeaGarden was to develop tailored hardware and software solutions to assist designers in their traditional, physical way of working. The integration of analogue and digital was the core theme in this project, on which six research institutions and two companies were working together in this 3-year project to run from 2012 to 2015. In IdeaGarden, a modern environment was to be created to assist creative minds in their work processes. Participating companies are making available their practical knowledge of creative processes and are testing the prototypes to be developed.
The IdeaGarden partners introduce new technical aids (such as interactive walls) and specially developed applications that enable designers to concentrate on what is important – the development and communication of new ideas and concepts. IdeaGarden was thereby contributing towards improved understanding of creative processes and is assisting designers in the implementation of their projects.
Take a look at our work
In the 3 years of Ideagarden, we did a bunch of really cool projects. Take a look.
Perteneder, M., Grossauer, E-M., Leong, J., Stuerzlinger W. and Haller, M.: Proc. CHI’16, San Jose, California, USA (2016), to be published.
F. Perteneder, M. Bresler, E. Grossauer, J. Leong, C. Rendl, and M. Haller: In Proc. CSCW ’16, San Francisco, California, USA (2016), 81-85.
Perteneder, F., Bresler, M., Grossauer, E-M., Leong, J. and Haller, M.: Proc. UIST’15, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA (2015), 37-46.
Perteneder, F., Grossauer, E-M., Xu, Y. and Haller, M.:
In Proc. TEI’15, Stanford, CA, USA (2015), 105-108.
Y. Xu, F. Perteneder, J. Leong, E. Schwaiger, and M. Haller:
in Proceedings of the Second International Symposium of Chinese CHI, Toronto, Canada (2014), 50-56
D. Lindlbauer, M. Haller, M. Hancock, S. D. Scott, and W. Stuerzlinger: In Proc. ITS ’13, St. Andrews, Scotland (2013), 51-60.
Systematic Integration Of Solution Elements: How Does Digital Creativity Support Change Group Dynamics?
F. Perteneder, S. Hahnwald, M. Haller, and K. Gaubinger: In Proc. INTERACT ’13, Capetown, South Africa (2013), 547–565.
J. Leitner, F. Perteneder, C. Liu, C. Rendl, and M. Haller: In Proc. CHI ’13, Paris, France (2013), 1789-1798.