Sustainable Interactions: Changing User Behaviours with Calm Technology

[STUDENT WORKS] Silvia Venditti just graduated from the Interaction Design Masters Programme at K3, Malmö University. Her thesis “Shared Resources, Calm Applicances: Sustainable Interaction and Care in Housing Context” describes and analyzes the use of calm technology feedback to support a more collaborative consumption and sustainable use of resources like water, heat and energy in housing units.

Visualizing Sustainability—Arlene Birt (Medea Talks #15)

MEDEA Talks # 15 presents artist-in-residence Arlene Birt who speaks on the theme “Visualizing Sustainability” and how to communicate consumers’ roles in social and ecological sustainability. She also presents the two projects she carried out while in Malmö. [Video inside]