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Using the ACDł-ladder to manage multi-phase requirements on end-user products

Berlin, Cecilia; Bligĺrd, Lars-Ola; Simonsen, Eva // 2017
During the development of any end-user product, a multitude of design decisions need to be made. But if design activities and decisions happen at the wrong time, or not at all, unintentional and ...

VALUES OF CRAFTING IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Heimer, Astrid; Andreassen, Kristin; Haugen, Sigrid // 2017
This paper demonstrates the manner in which craft enhances discussion in design education and how ‘experienced knowledge’ from materialised form processes raises perspectives relating to interactions ...

A BRIEF INTRODUCTION ON THE KINEMATIC SCHEME DESIGN TEACHING SOFTWARE FOR MECHANICAL SYSTEMS

Qian, Feng; Dong, Huimin; Wang, Delun; Cui, Yan; Gao, Yuan // 2016
Kinematic scheme design is the beginning of the mechatronic system design, which is the most
important and difficult for junior students in mechanical engineering education. In this paper, the ...

A COMPARISON OF DESIGN PROCESS MODELS FROM ACADEMIC THEORY AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

Bobbe, T.; Krzywinski, J.; Woelfel, C. // 2016
Academic design process models from different disciplines have been analysed and compared recently. Additionally, this paper presents an analysis that compares design process models from academia, ...

A LENS ON FUTURE PRODUCTS: AN EXPANDED NOTION OF PROTOTYPING PRACTICE

Camere, S.; Bordegoni, M. // 2016
Designers engage with prototyping already at the early phases of design process, implying a variety of techniques and with diversity of scopes. The classic definition of prototyping is currently ...

A MODEL OF DESIGNING AS THE INTERSECTION BETWEEN UNCERTAINTY PERCEPTION, INFORMATION PROCESSING, AND COEVOLUTION

Lasso, S. V.; Cash, P.; Daalhuizen, J.; Kreye, M. // 2016
Problem/solution co-evolution and information processing have been described as two fundamental perspectives on designing in the literature. However, prior works have modelled them separately. This ...

A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO STRUCTURE THE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS USING NETWORK THEORY

Chahin, A.; Hoffmeister, J.; Paetzold, K.; Noori, N.; Vilasis Cardona, X. // 2016
This thesis deals with the viability of methods of the network theory for mapping a complete product development process (PDP). The aim is to maintain the information and data flow within a company ...

A SEMIOTIC INTEGRATED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK FOR INTEGRATING BRANDING IN AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCT DESIGN

Cini, M.; Farrugia, P. // 2016
In an increasingly saturated automotive market, product design may be the only distinguishing feature in a myriad of similar cars that are technically almost identical. Customers choose a particular ...

An Embodied Interaction Framework for Facilitating Audience Experience with Ambient Media

Liang, Tan; Kenny K. N., Chow // 2016
As traditional media have been increasingly losing effectiveness in delivering
advertising message, ambient media, deemed as an alternative advertising form, can be designed
to facilitate engaging ...

AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE EFFECTS OF ECF CYCLE IN DESIGN CONCEPT GENERATION PROCESS  (Members only )

Kawahara, Takahiro; Nakagiri, Taku; Nomaguchi, Yutaka; Fujita, Kikuo // 2016
Design concept generation is an important task for producing innovative products. Many methods have been proposed for supporting design concept generation, such as variations of brainstorming, theory ...

APPLICATION OF DSM TO MECHANICAL CALCULATIONS OF VERTICAL HYDRO GENERATOR

Triplat, I.; Vukšić, M.; Marjanović, D. // 2016
This article confirms the possibility of DSM implementation in mechanical calculations of vertical hydro generator. Article has a theoretic introduction with all relevant informations used for ...

Applying DMM and DSM to Support the Quantitative Investigation of Process-Oriented Fundamental Elements of Design Thinking

Rosa, Maiara; Rozenfeld, Henrique // 2016
New theories and approaches need to be progressively characterized to achieve maturity and proper handling. The characterization of their fundamental elements is typically approached with qualitative ...

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND ACADEMIC RESEARCH – THE INDUSTRIAL PhD

Schlegel, Julia; Keitsch, Martina // 2016
Design and architecture require a good deal of practice based learning and performing. By the same
time theoretical knowledge and research training in these fields become increasingly ...

CHALLENGES IN TEACHING DESIGN THINKING SKILLS TO NOVICE DESIGN STUDENTS

Reddy Gudur, Raghavendra // 2016
There is a general assumption that teaching prescriptive “design methods” to novice design students
will result in effective analysis of a problem that will result in an innovative solution. ...

CONSIDERING EMOTIONAL IMPRESSIONS IN PRODUCT DESIGN: QUALITY OF LIFE THEORY AND ITS IMPACT ON DESIGN STRATEGY

Kett, S. G.; Wartzack, S. // 2016
In this paper, the necessity of emotional considerations in the context of Universal Design is treated. To work out an alternative approach how to integrate emotional aspects in product design ...

Creativity in Makerspaces: Applying Learning Theories and Socio-Cognitive Frameworks to Understand Designer’s Knowledge and Creativity

Megan, Tomko; Julie, Linsey // 2016
Designers in makerspaces, or informal active learning environments, engage in numerous experiences and seek out sources of information when it comes to creating a new design. During this process, the ...

CREATIVITY IN PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION: UNDERSTANDING THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Alhussain, Danah; Loudon, Gareth; Wilgeroth, Paul // 2016
This paper examines current research into the relationship between creativity and the immediate
physical environment, and how it has been found to influence the creativity of undergraduate ...

CROSS-CULTURAL DESIGN (CCD) LEARNING REFLECTIVE TOOL BASED ON UK AND KOREA’S COLLABORATIVE DESIGN PROJECTS

Lee, D. Y.; Ha, J. Y.; Fairfax, D. // 2016
This paper seeks to outline a new methodology for Cross-Cultural Design (CCD) practice and education. By developing a reflective CCD Learning tool based on Donald Schön’s theory of ...

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY TEACHING ANDMENTAL SCALING IN COMPLEX DESIGNPROJECTS

Skulberg, Harald // 2016
This paper investigates how cross-disciplinary teaching and the act of mental scaling may build
valuable stimulus for creativity and influence students’ learning outcome in an undergraduate ...

CROSS-FERTILIZATION OF COURSES TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING

Holmqvist, Bengt; Hĺkansson, Anders // 2016
Teaching is an area that should be in a constant ongoing development or should at least be a process
questioned and revised according to the fact that the society, the students and new knowledge ...

DESIGN AND TECHNOSCIENCE – WHAT’S UP WITH RESPONSIBILITY?

Kornwachs, K. // 2016
„Quia parvus error in principio magnus est in fine, secundum philosophum ...“ (A small error at the outset can lead to great errors in the final conclusions as the Philosopher says ...). (Thomas de ...

Design Interventions in a Psychiatric Ward – Systems Theory Concepts in Design Practice

Ziegler, Ute; Acklin, Claudia // 2016
Concrete applications or methods for design approaches from system theory are few and far between. This paper describes the development of a modular cocoon based on system theory methods, a place of ...

DESIGNING SOCIAL INVOLVEMENT IN DESIGN COURSES/PROGRAMMES

Almendra, Rita Assoreira; Moҫo Falcão, Gonҫalo André // 2016
This paper approaches the way it is possible to work in design courses (both in product and
communication design) the acquisition of competences in the areas of ethics, social commitment ...

DEVELOPING THE ROLE OF DESIGN: COLLABORATION OF CRIME PREVENTION AND PRODUCT DESIGN IN EDUCATION

Li, Cong; Gulden, Tore; Zhao, Feng // 2016
In contemporary design education, a student needs to undergo several years of education in a designrelated
curriculum. However, design is no longer a simply designed work to solve a problem in ...

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