Doenja Oogjes is a PhD student whose research explores the design of digital domestic technologies using speculative design and integrating indirect ways technologies mediate our everyday. In previous work, she proposed a design fiction informed by studies on domestic food practices as a way to reframe design approaches to the issue of food waste. She holds a Bachelors and a Masters in Industrial Design from the Technical University of Eindhoven, Netherlands. Prior to joining the Everyday Design Studio, she has worked as a research assistant at the Interactive Institute in Eskilstuna, Sweden. In her spare time she likes to snowboard (in winter), surf (in summer) and make illustrations and photographs.
The Morse Things project investigates the nature of relations between people and computational things in the making of everyday life. Specifically, Morse Things explores the notion of the Internet of […]
Lyssna functions like a hearing aid on your refrigerator. It is attached to the refrigerator door and rotates every once in awhile to get your attention. When it is moved […]
Lyssna: a design fiction to reframe food waste
The tilting bowl is a glazed porcelain bowl that periodically tilts. Similar to the table-non-table, the tilting bowl tilts in short durations (3-8 seconds) at random intervals 3-6 times a day. […]
The HCI community has long researched ‘the home’ and ‘domestic life’, and applied diverse methods to these investigations. This large body of work has produced many important contributions that have […]