I’ve taught 22 graduate and undergraduate university courses on Interaction DesignHuman-Computer Interaction (HCI)Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) and Knowledge Management since 2004, primarily in the Digital Design and Information Studies study programmes at Aarhus University.

Students present their design projects at design expo 2011

Students present their design projects at a design expo

List of previous courses

Design (Spring 2014)
– Designing Interactive Systems (Autumn 2013)
– Design (Spring 2013)
Designing Interactive Systems (Autumn 2012)
Design (Spring 2012)
Design (Spring 2011)
– Introduction to Design and Programming (Autumn 2010)
– Bachelor’s Project at the Digital Design programme (Autumn 2010)
– Design (Spring 2010)
– Introduction to design and programming (Autumn 2009)
Knowledge sharing and organizational learning (Autumn 2009)
– Experience Design (Autumn 2008)
Design Methods and Processes (Spring 2007)
– Design Methods and Processes (Spring 2006)
– Innovative Interaction Design (Spring 2005)
– Communities and Knowledge Sharing (Spring 2005)
– Human-Computer Interaction (Autumn 2004 + Spring 2005)
– Knowledge Sharing and Collaborative Information Systems (Autumn 2004)

Teaching at Industrial Design, TU Eindhoven

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

I spent the autumn semester of 2007 at Industrial Design at TU/e (Technical University of Eindhoven) with the research group Designing Quality in Interaction at which I held a Master Class on Designing for Engaging Interactions and another class on Interventions in Spatial Design:
– Master Class: Designing for Engaging Interaction (Autumn 2007).
– Lecture and coaching: Interventions in Spatial Interaction Design (Autumn 2007).