Bruce Wan

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Bruce Wan

MDes. Industrial Design (ENSCI-Paris), Dip. Spatial Design (HK)

Research Area
Bruce dedicates his research to Design Education, Design Methodology, Experience Design, Human-centred Design, Service Design, eTourism, Positive psychology and tourism. He currently works on a practice-led applied research project which aims at developing an experience-centered design literacy and integrating design thinking in tourism innovation.


Profile
Bruce WAN is an assistant professor in the School of Design at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is interested in technology-mediated experience design that supports human flourishing. In particular, he addresses challenges that impede the design process in a co-design practice.  He is currently working on experience-based design literacy, a knowledge base that facilitates the co-design process with multidisciplinary researchers for smart tourism, leisure and social innovation.

Publication
Journal

WAN, C.K.B. (2019). Evaluating Video Prototypes with Emotion Analytics, In Touchpoint, The Journal of Service Design 11(2) Experience Prototyping, (pp. 36-41). Service Design Network. Available at: https://www.service-design-network.org/touchpoint/vol-11-no2-experience-prototyping/vol-11-2-evaluating-video-prototypes-with-emotion-analytics

WAN, C.K.B. (2018). Flourishing through smart tourism – Experience patterns for co-designing technology-mediated travellers’ experiences. In The Design Journal. DOI:10.1080/14606925.2018.1395266

Conference proceedings
WAN, C.K.B. (2019). Design and tourism - Four ways that design can contribute to tourism innovation. In
APacCHRIE & EuroCHRIE joint conference 2019, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.22914.02240

WAN, C.K.B. (2019). Exploring a Travel Diary that Promotes Wellbeing – Synergy Between Oral and Visual Narratives of Memorable and Meaningful Experiences. In Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2019. DOI:10.1007/978-3-030-05940-8_15

Wan, C.K.B., De Bont, C., Hekkert, P. (2016) Towards an HCI model for eudaimonic growth – a phenomenological inquiry into travellers’ serious leisure pursuits and cultivation of character strengths. In Design & Emotion conference 2016 (pp.123-133). Amsterdam: Design & Emotion Society. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2629077

Wan, B., De Bont, C., Hekkert, P. (2015). Flourishing through an eTourism platform – a framework enabling tourists’ eudaimonic pursuits. In International Federation for IT and Travel & Tourism (IFITT), Doctoral Summer Workshop 2015 (pp.1-19), Vienna: Modul University.

Wan, B., De Bont, C., (2013). Designing eTourism platform: frustrations, challenges, opportunities and the way forward. In Service Design in Tourism 2013, Sarasota: Ringling College of Art and Design.

Leclerc, R., Wan, B. (2012). Design Play- Interactive Education Toolkit for Design Project Planning and Management. In DesignEd Asia Conference 2012, Hong Kong: School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Leclerc, R., Wan, B. (2009). Design Play Toolkit – elements for an interactive education toolkit integrating design development processes: initial iterations, In DesignEd Asia Conference 2009, Hong Kong: School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Leclerc, R., Wan, B. (2008). Design Play – an inquiry into tertiary design education processes in Hong Kong’s Multicultural contexts: student perspectives, In DesignEd Asia Conference 2008, Hong Kong: School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Wan, B., (2008) Emotion Loop: From Empathy to Sympathy – a sustainable social design strategy for Organ Donation in Hong Kong, In Design & Emotion Society 2008, School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2605643

Leclerc, R., Wan, B. (2007). Design Play – an inquiry into tertiary design education processes in Hong Kong’s Multicultural contexts. In DesignEd Asia Conference 2007 (pp.115-138), Hong Kong: School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Leclerc, R., Wan, B. (2007). Design Play – an inquiry into tertiary design education processes in Hong Kong’s Multicultural contexts, In IASDR 2007, International Association of Societies of Design Research, Hong Kong: School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

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