Jasper Jeurens

Jasper Jeurens
Hogeschool Arnhem and Nijmegen | HAN · Informatics and Communication Academy (ICA)

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Publications (19)
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A case study (n=1) measurement of consumed pencil over 3 years. Results seem to loosely follow Berlin and Kay's theory about the appearance of colors in language. Berlin, B., Kay, P.: Basic Color Terms. University of California Press, Berkeley (1969).
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A year's worth of self reporting data on sleeping and eating habits of my newborn son. Each 'pixel' is a unit of 10 minutes. Each horizontal line is a single 24h day. Black represents sleep, yellow green and pink are breastfeeding, bottle feeding and solid foods respectively. The visualization offers a granular level of detail: on micro scale the p...
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A dutch thesis of design research on the subject of phatic aspects of technology; aimed primarily at supporting feelings of contact and connectedness. In this thesis I explain phatic technology, make my case why such a focus is important in design practice, present design cases involving a phatic design approach, and give a preliminary overview on...
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Mixed reality applications can enrich museum exhibits and make them more attractive to an audience of adolescents. However, in the design of such applications, we face a myriad of possibilities and little guidance on how to choose between (early) alternatives. In this paper, we explore the notion of experience blend - which could act as an aestheti...
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Participatory design prescribes intensive stakeholder involvement in the design process. One challenge in such projects is to enable stakeholders to develop an open mind for novel solutions of the design problem at hand. When designing social technology, this is further complicated by prejudices about technology as being too blunt and inadequate to...
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These are 2 paper templates that can be easily printed and assembled into physical models. The models are 3D representations of the Multiverse (see Pine II, B.J. & Korn, K.C. (2011) Infinite Possibility: creating customer value on the digital frontier). They are meant to be a tool for generative design; allowing to 'fold' a creative concept over di...
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These are 2 paper templates that can be easily printed and assembled into physical models. The models are 3D representations of the Multiverse (see Pine II, B.J. & Korn, K.C. (2011) Infinite Possibility: creating customer value on the digital frontier). They are meant to be a tool for generative design; allowing to 'fold' a creative concept over di...
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Transitions that require flexibility and adaptability, such as losing a job or moving, can lead to a disruption of an existing balance for people with an intellectual disability. The difficulty associated with adaptation to new situations can lead to an accumulation of problems in multiple domains of life. This research sought to answer the questio...
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Eight very versatile museums in the Rhine-Waal region, four in The Netherlands and four in Germany, see the opportunity to 'connect' in order to increase their visitors by creating a better experience before, during and after the visit. This enhanced experience encompasses the museum itself, its location, its artworks and its visitors and will be a...
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WijchenGezond wil van Wijchen de gezondste gemeente van Nederland maken. Daarom werken de HAN en WijchenGezond samen aan een virtueel leefstijlcentrum. We hebben samen een app ontworpen waarmee bewoners elkaar kunnen ondersteunen in het ontwikkelen en handhaven van een gezonde leefstijl. Dit werk is vernieuwend in het vakgebied van de verleidingste...
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This paper describes the design case of Wijchen Gezond. A participatory design project has been set up by a civil initiative which aspires Wijchen to become the 'healthiest' town of the Netherlands. We describe the design vision, design approach and first experiences designing in –and with-Wijchen. Moreover we reflect on the challenges we meet in a...
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This paper describes the design case of Wijchen Gezond. A participatory design project has been set up by a civil initiative which aspires Wijchen to become the 'healthiest' town of the Netherlands. We describe the design vision, design approach and first experiences designing in –and with-Wijchen. Moreover we reflect on the challenges we meet in a...
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This paper describes the design case of Wijchen Gezond. A participatory design project has been set up by a civil initiative which aspires Wijchen to become the 'healthiest' town of the Netherlands. We describe the design vision, design approach and first experiences designing in –and with-Wijchen. Moreover we reflect on the challenges we meet in a...
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Self-care and self-orchestration are focal points for transformations in health care and well-being in the Netherlands. Citizens should live healthily, be active every day and manage their own health. In this context, we explore how persuasive information technology may support older people in developing and maintaining healthy behavior. In two cas...
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This paper describes the design and field trial of the Dynamic Collage, a system which aims support extended family members to take part in the care for an elderly person in a light way manner by sending photos to a digital frame in the elderly home. We evaluated the dynamic collage in a field trial of 4-6 weeks with two families, yielding positive...
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In this paper we present the design and field trial of the Dynamic Collage. The Dynamic Collage was designed to facilitate and to stimulate participation of family members in the informal care of an elderly person. The Dynamic Collage enabled relatives to update their current activity by sending a photo to a digital collage at the elderly person's...
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In this paper we discuss our experiences with the 1:10:100 approach for organizing requirements elicitation in open innovation projects. 1:10:100 was originally developed to tackle the complexity of 'wicked' design problems, but also turns out to be a helpful means to organize requirements oriented pro ject conversations with heterogeneous groups o...

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In a current project I am researching the context of use of social worker's cooperative attitude towards (cross-organisational) cooperation in the work field. I am met with quite a lot of resistance on this subject. Possibly because people may feel hesitant in acknowledging there is room for improvement regarding their own performance or work and may experience it as a personal assessment.
I thought it might be a good idea to shift from a 1st person, personal view towards a 3rd person view, using persona's. 
I realise this is not the main use for persona's, so I was wondering if there are any experiences with similar or different approaches.

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Fun experiments and research inspired by the everyday happenings of my household with 2 young children.
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To create Mixed-Realities applications for eight museums in two countries establishing and interactive story connecting the different museums