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Out of the Blue

An Arts, Design and Technology podcast
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We have a fun one for you this time. Recently, our colleague Eric Gu hosted three Delft Design researchers in a conversation on design and AI. Alessandro Bozzon, Maria Luce Lupetti and Kars Alfrink talked about the needs and challenges of desig
It’s been a long and well-deserved summer break. Before we headed off, we had a lovely chat with two international student editors of IDE. Yuka & Jack already share their experiences as international students as student editors on the IDE websi
A design researcher and a doctor sit together for a coffee in a hospital café. They discuss and draw on a napkin what a joined education programme for designers and medical students could look like. What if doctors understood design for healthc
How can design research improve our health, and is it better to design for prevention or for the cure?  We kick off our triptych on Design & Health with Delft Design Professor Maaike Kleinsmann. Ianus and co-host Marc talk with her about workin
Organisations will need to adapt to the sustainability transition. Companies, governmental institutions and NGO’s all have a role to play. How does this work in our interconnected complex world? We talk with former Delft Design PhD graduate Jan
Maximum functions, minimum amount of materials. That needs to be part of the sustainable future of design. What technologies might be helpful for both the design and production process? We talk with Delft Design researcher Jun Wu about possible
Listen to the stories of Delft Design with our very own Teacher of Practice Ianus Keller and his trusty producer Marc at the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, TU Delft. We are back with season 3 of the Delft Design podcast Out of the Bl
How do you know if an idea is good? Is it a hunch, a gut feeling? Or can you learn to systematically recognise good ideas and move them further to make them work? In this episode, we talk with Jeroen van Erp, Professor of Concept Design at TU D
There is no universal design. Everyday objects and services that work in some parts of the world, are totally different somewhere else. Annemiek van Boeijen, assistant-professor Design, Culture & Society, argues for design creativity, context a
Working from home provides us with a whole new set of challenges and opportunities. As designers, shouldn’t we be the best equipped people for this? In this final part of our special Freedive isolation series, Ianus chats with Joost Dommisse. H
How are you doing? A question we should ask ourselves and each other frequently in this isolation period. And we should listen carefully. In part two of our special three-part Freedive isolation series, Ianus chats with Sofie Dideriksen. She is
Due to COVID-19, design students, lecturers and researchers are stuck at home. How are they coping? For part one of a special three-part Freedive series, we talk with Yongqing Fei, or Jackie as we know her. She has a lot of experiences with qua
Material science is often a black box for designers. But in Delft Design, knowledge on material properties is essential. Erik Tempelman has literally written the book on it: “(Not) Safe for Designers”. He talks with Ianus Keller about the surpr
From fat shaming to self-acceptance. Join Ianus in a conversation designed for taboo topics as weight and mental health. He talks with IDE alumna Sam van Eijk about her graduation project Big Fat Nonsense. References in this episode: Dikke Onzi
Industrial Designer Engineering researcher Willemijn Elkhuizen is on a mission to discover the perfect 3D-scan and print of paintings. Ianus Keller talks with Willemijn in her lab-slash-atelier on improving restauration and preservation of impo
Finnish designer and researcher Marco Steinberg was recently granted an honorary doctorate by TU Delft for his outstanding work in strategic design. We invited him the day before this momentous event to talk together with professor Peter Lloyd
IDE researcher Frithjof Wegener joins Ianus Keller for the second Freedive at the IDE 50 years jubilee, where they converse with Kevin Shahbazi on how to implement true circularity in large companies such as Philips, and Kevin’s plans for susta
In the first Freedive Ianus Keller speaks with Hester Le Riche at the IDE 50 years jubilee event. She’s CEO and co-founder of Active Cues on how to design for quality of life in healthcare. Their Magic Table augmented reality product allows peo
For a very special episode, we speak with world renowned design researcher Donald Norman (UC San Diego). Together with Frederik Ueberschär and Caisael Beardow of the MSc study association Infuse, he talks about why he believes Industrial Design
In the middle of Departure Hall 3 of Schiphol Amsterdam Airport, we talk with Professor Sicco Santema. He researches people in transit, through cooperation with large players in the field of mobility and travel, such as Schiphol Airport, KLM an
How do you observe people to improve your design? In the latest IDE podcast episode, we take a deep dive into the world of context mapping with Froukje Sleeswijk Visser. She pioneered this design research methodology as a way of gaining insight
As a former aerospace engineer, Bas Flipsen is a passionate lecturer at IDE and former Academic Director of the Delft Teaching Academy. Ianus Keller met up with him in the Teaching Lab, the on-campus educational development hub and common room
In honour of her inauguration as professor in Design Methodology for Sustainability & Circular Economy,  Ianus Keller talks with Conny Bakker about the Champions League of sustainable design, digging for world views, why the dinosaurs have had
In November 2018, we took the IDE stories podcast Out of the Blue to Eindhoven for Dutch Design Week. Ianus spoke with Elif Özcan-Vieira, director of the Critical Alarms Design Lab, about her research into beautiful alarms for hospital ICU’s, t
Ruth Mugge, Professor of Design for Sustainable Consumer Behaviour, talks with Ianus Keller about her design research. About research for vegetable company HAK, washing machine design, customisation and sustainability, and how her research got
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