Peter Conradie, Dutchman born in 1985, Pretoria,South Africa, studied Communication and Multimedia Design at the University of Applied Sciences in Rotterdam. Currently taking a semester off from his Interface Design Masters at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, he is working at the Deutsche Telekom Laboratories on a project concerning sharing in Neighbourhoods as research assistent. Before that, he was an intern at aka-aki networks GmbH, Berlin (Interaction Designer) and LBi Lost Boys, Amsterdam (User Experience Designer).
PublicationsDesign as Research – Positions, Arguments, Perspectives
Joost, Gesche; Bredies, Katharina; Christensen, Michelle; Conradi, Florian; Unteidig, Andreas (Eds.): Design as Research – Positions, Arguments, Perspectives. Basel: Birkhäuser 2016.
Trust Thy Neighbour: Exploring Information Sharing in Anonymous Urban Settings to Support Trust Generation.
Peter Conradie, Stephanie Neumann, Jonas Breme. Paper. In: CHI Sparks Conference. Arnhem, Netherlands 2011.
Networked 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.