IDEMC - ViP | Vision in Design
Envisioning and designing the effect your product will have on people
Design solutions are ‘just’ a means to an end. Designers should, first and foremost, design the raison d’être of their final intervention. For this, they need to build a personal vision based on their view of a future world.
This Master Class trains professional designers and other innovation professionals in the design method ‘Vision in Design’ (ViP). ViP is a method that forces you to design the idea underlying your design in great detail, before coming to a manifestation: What exactly is it that you want people to understand, experience or do? In a series of short lectures and exercises, participants learn about the main features and design principles of the ViP process. In this way, participants experience the power of building a personal and fine-grained vision on their design work.
After this MasterClass you will:
- understand the creative potential of the design method ViP;
- know how to build a perspective on a future world;
- understand the power of reframing;
- be able to execute the ViP method in any given situation;
- look at design and innovation differently.
- The Vision in Product design (ViP) method;
- Theories of aesthetics, semantics, and human-product interaction as they pertain to ‘designing for effect’;
- Framework for product design, service design, design-driven innovation and design for behavioural change.
Matthijs van DijkMatthijs van Dijk is founder and partner of the Amsterdam based design consultancy Reframing Studio.
He is also professor of Mobility Design at IDE, TU Delft and visiting professor at NTNU, Trondheim.
|9:00||Welcome and coffee|
- Who's who
- Overview programme
|10:00||General overview ViP method|
- The ViP method
- Succesful cases
- Formation of groups
- Domain setting
- Start generating context factors
at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering
|13:30||Generation of context factors (Continued)|
|14:30||ViP in practice: Guest lecture 1|
A real life case in which ViP was applied, with an emphasis on mapping the context
|15:30||Structuring the context|
|16:30||Defining and presenting statements|
Each group presents her final statement (design goal) for the next day
|17:30||End of the first day|
Interaction & product qualities
Defining interaction & product vision
|11:30||ViP in practice - Guest lecture 2|
A real life case in which ViP was applied, with an emphasis on defining and realising the intended effect
at the Porceleyne Fles
|13:30||Finalizing the concepts in groups|
|15:30||Presentation final concepts|
|16:30||Closure and drinks|
Checking outcomes with experiences
All participants receive a copy of Hekkert and Van Dijk’s book ‘Vision in design: a guidebook for innovators (2011, BIS publishers).
How to prepare?
Preparation for this master class includes preparing a personal introduction, bringing a domain to the class and reading one/two papers. Instructions will be send about one week before the workshop. The preparation will take approximately four hours.
The preparation material will be sent as a PDF by email. Participants will receive the ViP book at the beginning of the course. All materials provided are included in the course fee.
After the course
Two months after the course, a pre-set consultation time slot will be offered to all participants to share experiences and ask questions to the IDE Master Class. The format and the timing will be discussed with the participants during the IDE Master Class.
Costs Master Class
|€ 850||for members of BNO, KIVI IO, Design Management Network, HumanFactorsNL|
|€ 750||for IDE alumni|
Courses are VAT-free
Lunch, drinks, material and a book on the topics are included
|€ 100||if you register before 1 March 2019|
|€ 100||for each additional On-Site Master Class per organisation|