Caroline Arvidsson
Interaction and Service Designer

About Me

Caroline Arvidsson is an interaction and service designer with a Masters degree in Communication Design. Since joining CIID Caroline has worked on research projects with multiple partners, in Italy, Romania and Sweden, conducting in-depth research with elderly participants to understand and develop designs and services for a self-sufficient and social everyday life. Her language skills enable her to adapt quickly to new environments and project sites; she is fluent in Swedish, Danish, English and Italian, and has an intermediate level in Norwegian, Spanish and German.

Her previous experience includes working for the cross-ministerial think-tank MindLab in Copenhagen, where her tasks extended from ethnographic fieldwork to visualising insights from interviews and creating new research tools. She also worked at Movium SLU, in Sweden, she designed a website to enable dialogue and co-creation between client and users and performed editorial and journalistic work.

Caroline’s skills enable the interconnection between anthropology and design, with a focus on user experience, visualisation and design for social impact. She develops new design research tools to understand and translate insights from people’s every lives into designs and services.

At Medicine X 2015

Saturday, September 6 4:40 pm (LK 304)
Workshop: Making sensors meaningful for the elderly: Health and wellbeing monitoring
The proposed workshop focuses on applying Design research methodologies to probe and emphasize the meaningfulness of health and wellbeing monitoring and sensing systems distributed in the homes of elderly... Read more
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