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Åsa Wikberg-Nilsson
Åsa Wikberg-Nilsson

Åsa Wikberg-Nilsson

Associate Professor, Head of subject, Distinguished University Teacher
Luleå University of Technology
Humans and Technology
Department of Social Sciences, Technology and Arts
+46 (0)920 491342
A3516 Luleå


 ÅSA WIKBERG NILSSON, Design, Luleå University of Technology, has extensive research and publication in co-design for social inclusion/design ethics, design for behavioral change and design of educational learning experiences. She is a steering committee member in the Design Society SIG Human Behavior in Design, SID Swedish Industrial designers, and member of Swedish Design Research, Swedish Design Society, Experio Lab Service Design Research Network, the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design, Nordcode, Wonder, and Design Region Sweden. Åsa teaches in the BA Graphic Design program, the BSc and MSc in Industrial Design Engineering programs, as well as third-cycle design research eduction and external courses in for example design methods, [co-]design research methods, design ethics, norm-creative design, transformative design and visual communication.


Article in journal

Design thinking for the everyday aestheticisation of urban renewable energy (2022)

Törnroth. S, Wikberg-Nilsson. Å, Luciani. A
Design Studies, Vol. 79
Conference paper

Evaluation of workbooks as an active learning tool for industrial design engineering (2022)

Törlind. P, Wikberg-Nilsson. Å
Part of: DS 117: Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education (E&PDE 2022), Disrupt, Innovate, Regenerate & Transform, The Design Society, 2022, 1128
Chapter in book

Gendered design thinking: So-called logic of people and things (2022)

Wikberg-Nilsson. Å, Eriksson. Y
Part of: Different Perspectives in Design Thinking
Chapter in book

Kapitel 2. Design som strategisk utvecklingskraft (2022)

Wikberg-Nilsson. Å
Part of: Kunskap för framgångsrik inkludering
Chapter in book

Situated Design Thinking (2022)

Wikberg Nilsson. Å
Part of: Different Perspectives on Design Thinking