Karin Nilsson

Doctoral Student at Design & Human Factors

Karin Nilsson studies preconditions for sustainable consumption, reuse and circular user behaviors.
The aim of Karins studies is to investigate the reuse potential for unused objects found in Swedish households. Central to Karins research is identifying why users choose to store unused objects and finding enablers for recirculating these objects.

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Nostalgia, gift, or nice to have – an analysis of unused products in Swedish households

Karin Nilsson, Helena Strömberg, Oskar Rexfelt et al
Paper in proceeding

Making dinner in an uncomfortable future: Comparing provocations as user insight elicitation methods

Karin Nilsson, Sara Renström, Helena Strömberg et al
DRS2022: Bilbao
Paper in proceeding

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Mining garage gold - exploring and expanding potentials for increased reuse in Swedish households

Helena Strömberg Design & Human Factors
Oskar Rexfelt Design & Human Factors
Karin Nilsson Design & Human Factors

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