Networked Collaboration Canvas, June 25, 2013 at ICE conference, the Hague
 
In order to get a better grip on the networked nature of collaborations in PSS development a networked collaboration canvas has been developed addressing the interactions between actors and objects involved in PSS development.

Emilia Louisa Pucci recently graduated cum laude at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering with Prof.dr. David Keyson, dr. Ingrid Mulder and Leo Remijn, MSc in her supervisory team. For her graduation project entitled Ik ben Ster(k) Emilia joined Creating 010 to participate in meaningful social innovation projects and worked closely with CRISP PSS 101. 

At Games for Health Europe, Alessia Cadamuro and Valentijn Visch presented "What remains"  - a prototype that facilitates the intake of Alzheimer’s disease suffering patients in care homes

On the 18th of March the Waag Society has organized an interesting event about the new aging. In this second edition of Careful Designs, the Waag will review questions like: how do we want to design our future? How to prepare our society and how does connectedness play a role in this new society?

On the 7th of April the third symposium in the series of Design Research and Practice Symposia will be held in Barcelona. The third symposium is about collaboration and will adresss the relevance of collaborative engagement with other discplines and modes of practice. Theories of collaboration as well as the time and place collaboration emerges will be discussed.

On the 4th of March 2014, the Waag Society and the Design Academy Eindhoven organized a workshop evaluating the relationship between the designer of a PSS and the providers and users of the PSS. In the workshop the assumption that the design is complete once the providers and users engage with the PSS was tested by answering some interesting questions:

If the first Design for Dementia event from the 15th of October had to be described in some key-words, they would be: active, innovative and socially interactive. About thirty participants made the Active Cues kick-off a big success. Actice Cues is part of the G-MOTIV project and entails the stimulation of physical exercise for elderly with dementia.

Care droid Alice is now on display at the Rotterdam museum Boijmans van Beuningen. It seems inevitable that technology is going to play an increasingly greater role in care. How about the Dutch digital care file, self-help apps for people with psychological problems and care robots for the elderly?