Jan Lindenberg, born 1978, is a trained computer engineer, and studied Visual Communication at the University of Applied Sciences in Aachen and Interaction Design at the University of the Arts Berlin.
From 2008 to 2010 he has worked as a PhD candidate and scientific researcher at the Design Research Lab, where he was engaged in the field of mobile communication and sustainability.
PublicationsNetworked Neighbourhood, Exploring the Potential of Threshold Interfaces to Support Peer- to-peer Sharing in Urban Neighbourhoods
Göllner, S., Le, J., Conradie, P., & Lindenberg, J. (2010). Networked Neighbourhood, Exploring the Potential of Threshold Interfaces to Support Peer-to-peer Sharing in Urban Neighbourhoods. In F. Ceschin, C. Vezzoli, & J. Zhang (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Challenges and Opportunities for Design Research, Education and Practice in the XXI Century (pp. 484–492). Bangalore: Greenleaf Publishing Limited.
The Enchanted Neighborhood : Using Metaphorical Devices for the Inclusion of Seniors in the Co-designing Process
Göllner, S., Lindenberg, J., Conradie, P., Le, J., & Sametinger, F. (2010). The Enchanted Neighborhood: Using Metaphorical Devices for the Inclusion of Seniors in the Co-designing Process. In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference for Universal Design (pp. 1–10). Hamamatsu.
Taking Design Research onto the Street
Bieling, Tom; Joost, Gesche; Hemmert, Fabian; Lindenberg, Jan; Müller, Alexander (2010): “Taking Design Research onto the Street” in: Baltic Horizons, No 11 (110), August 2010, scientific Journal, EuroAcademy Series Art & Design, Euroakadeemia, Tallinn, Estonia; pg 31-48, ISSN 1736-1834
StreetLab – Exploring the impact of cultural diversity on mobile information communication technology
Müller, Alexander / Bieling, Tom / Lindenberg, Jan (2010):
StreetLab – Exploring the impact of cultural diversity on mobile information communication technology (ICT through co-designing with children and teenagers; in: Fiscar – Proceedings Helsinki. Nordic Conference on Activity Theory and the Fourth Finnish Conference on Cultural and Activity Research; Aalto University, Publication series of the School of Art and Design B 100; ISBN 978-952-60-0021-3