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AHO, Ocean Industries Concept Lab: Making a design system for ocean industries (EN)

Maritime workplaces are assembled by systems delivered by a large number of vendors with little coordination of user experience. We present the OpenBridge Design system that make it possible to harmonize design across systems and vendors. We will present some of the challenges working in the maritime domain and our approach to solving them.

About the speaker

Kjetil Nordby

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Kjetil is an industrial designer with a master in interaction design from Umeå Design School and a PhD from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO) 2011. The PhD deals with the innovative use of new technologies in design practice.

Kjetil has been part of several startups and has worked as an industrial and interaction deisgner for leading Norwegian companies. He has aso tutored students at master and bachelor level at AHO and held master courses at the Institute of Informatics a Oslo University.

Recently he has turned his interest towards the Norwegian maritime sector and is leading a multidisciplinary team that seeks to reinvent current ship bridges.

About AHO

The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (Norwegian: Arkitektur- og designhøgskolen i Oslo, AHO) is an autonomous institution within the Norwegian university system. The School offers a unique research-based education with a strong international standing within the fields of architecture, urbanism, design and landscape architecture.