Stian has Masters degree in educational science from the University of Oslo During these studies, he focused on how the use of different technologies, be it books, tablets, blackboards, or computers, can be designed and utilized together In a modern science classroom
Stians work combines a focus on participatory and co-design, and the development of positive and strengths-based support tools.
in the MyStrengths projects, he has been responsible for the parts of the project that concerns gameful designs, and has in collaboration with people from the user group, spent the last years working to develop the mystrengths tool to be as useful as possible.
Evaluating a Strengths-Based mHealth Tool (MyStrengths): Explorative Feasibility Trial
JMIR Form Res, 5 (11), e30572
MyStrengths, a Strengths-Focused Mobile Health Tool: Participatory Design and Development
JMIR Form Res, 4 (7), e18049
Creating Gameful Design in mHealth: A Participatory Co-Design Approach
JMIR Mhealth Uhealth, 6 (12), e11579
Developing Technology to Mobilize Personal Strengths in People with Chronic Illness: Positive Codesign Approach
JMIR Form Res, 2 (1), e10774
Game Experience Preferences of People with Chronic Illnesses
NORDICHI'18: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 10TH NORDIC CONFERENCE ON HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION, 898-903
User and Stakeholder Requirements of eHealth Support Tool Viewed In a Self-Determination Theory Lens
COMP MED SY, 682-683