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Amela Karahasanovic

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Amela Karahasanovic

Seniorforsker

Amela Karahasanovic
Telefon: 481 08 895
Mobil: 481 08 895
Avdeling: Software and Service Innovation
Kontorsted: Oslo

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Publikasjoner

Publikasjon

Co-creation for innovation: why do customers get involved?

http://www.sintef.no/publikasjoner/publikasjon/?pubid=CRIStin+1489985

Companies employ innovation platforms, like crowdsourcing and open innovation platforms, to gather ideas and engage their customers in service innovation processes. Although this might be a technically easy way for customer involvement in service innovation, companies need to understand the drivers ...

År 2017
Type Konferanseartikkel/Bokkapittel
Publikasjon

DESIGN FOR TRUST – ONLINE GROCERY SHOPPING

http://www.sintef.no/publikasjoner/publikasjon/?pubid=CRIStin+1486189

Presntation of the paper published at the Conference. Abstract. This paper presents our ongoing research into trust and the risks related to online grocery shopping. More specifically, we investigate how to increase customer trust when buying perishable products online. Online grocery shopping is an...

Forfattere Karahasanovic Amela Nejad Aria Holm Kristoffer
År 2017
Type Presentasjon
Publikasjon

Virtual Bodystorming: Utilizing Virtual Reality for Prototyping in Service Design

http://www.sintef.no/publikasjoner/publikasjon/?pubid=CRIStin+1475187

The paper describes our ongoing work on a new prototyping method for service design, Virtual Bodystorming. Virtual Bodystorming utilizes Virtual Reality (VR) and enables the user to role-play the service scenario in a fully immersive and collaborative VR environment. In this environment, various ser...

Forfattere Boletsis Costas Karahasanovic Amela Fjuk Annita
År 2017
Type Konferanseartikkel/Bokkapittel
Publikasjon

Let’s DEsign for MOtivation (DEMO)

http://www.sintef.no/publikasjoner/publikasjon/?pubid=CRIStin+1404014

Design for motivation can be defined as a “design practice focused on the activation of human motives, with short or long-term effects, to perform an action” in a context. The paper proposes and develops a design tool called DEMO (DEsign for MOtivation) that aims to address motivation in innovation ...

År 2016
Type Konferanseartikkel/Bokkapittel
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