Fast Fashion

The paper examines reasons for why individuals buy and use clothes and how notions of sustainability is seen in relation to clothing consumption whereby the study is conducted as a case study with a focus on Danish individuals between the age 18 to 29. This study’s point of departure is positioned around questions on how to handle consumerism, in a world where resources are limited and considerations on the environmental impact of overconsumption must be made. Therefore, firstly accounts on sustainability and with a view on the phenomenon of Fast Fashion is presented.


This report attempts to solve the issue of the vulnerability in Port Safety´s product, LifeLadder. It does so, by designing an artefact which adds flexibility to a specific part of the modular system of LifeLadder, that part being the spacer. The report documents the process of analysing the problem, designing the solution, and testing the solution. The analysis is done using the theory of TRIN. With an adequate understanding of the problem, the design process can begin. This project is done based on the methods of iterative design and rapid prototyping.


Thispaper seeks to unfold and understand the reasons behind people’s behavior regarding discarded cigarette budsin the environment and aims to provide a suggestive solution to this problem. Through studies, surveys, and interviews this paper uncovers the theory and methodology behind people’s behavior and actions when discarding cigarette butts. These insights are gathered to get a clear understanding of how asystem for behavioral economics withan economic incentivecould be developed.Furthermore, this paper seeks to analyze and discuss the possible barriers regarding


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