Dirk Ploos van Amstel

Dirk Ploos van Amstel
Hogeschool Utrecht · Research Centre for Communication and Journalism

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Closing the loop of products and materials in Product Service Systems (PSS) can be approached by designers in several ways. One promising strategy is to invoke a greater sense of ownership of the products and materials that are used within a PSS. To develop and evaluate a design tool in the context of PSS, our case study focused on a bicycle sharin...
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Past research on designing for behavioural change mostly concerned linear design processes, whereas in practice, Agile design methods are increasingly popular. This paper evaluates the possibilities and limitations of using Agile design methods in theory-driven design for behavioural change. We performed a design case study, consisting of a student...
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Past research on designing for behavioural change mostly concerned linear design processes, whereas in practice, Agile design methods are increasingly popular. This paper evaluates the possibilities and limitations of using Agile design methods in theory-driven design for behavioural change. We performed a design case study, consisting of a student...

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The Persuasive by Design-Model and the Behavioural Lenses Toolkit offer a synergy of relevant, recent insights from behavioural science on behaviour and behaviour change. This model and toolkit enable professionals outside the behavioural sciences (e.g. from creative industry) to use theory to inform their designs
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Touchpoints was a SIA/RAAK funded two-year project in which we worked on tools that enable the creative industries to use theory from the behavioural sciences to inform their designs. One result of this cooperation between academia and the creative industries is the Persuasive by Design Model of Behaviour Change. To open up this model for use in design practice, we developed the Behavioural Lenses tool.