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CHOOSING AN APPROPRIATE DESIGN PROCESS BRIDGING THE KNOWLEDGE GAP BETWEEN PROFESSIONS AND PARADIGMS USING VON HIPPEL'S END USER THEOREM – A CASE STUDY

Mřhl, Martin; Grode, Jesper // 2015
ts. Taken to extremes this approach requires the engineer to be an attentive, critical and creative end user before success is obtainable. This is naturally not possible, never the less the issue is ...

COLLABORATING ON A CASE-BASED COURSE IN QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL

Stacey, Lyndia; Barlatt, Ada; Lambert, Steve // 2015
Quality Management and Control is a fourth year technical elective course focusing on analysis, evaluation and improvement of processes and designs. It has been taught in a conventional manner using ...

COMPUTATIONAL SUPPORT OF DESIGN CONCEPT GENERATION THROUGH INTERACTION OF SKETCHING, ONTOLOGY-BASED CLASSIFICATION AND FINDING VOIDS

Nomaguchi, Yutaka; Nakagiri, Taku; Fujita, Kikuo // 2015
Drawing a sketch takes an important role for generating new design concepts. Although there are some tools that can support the drawing activity, designer s thinking process behind it has rarely ...

COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS IN MODEL-BASED SYSTEMS ENGINEERING: STATE OF THE ART AND FUTURE POTENTIALS

Eigner, Martin; Huwig, Christian; Dickopf, Thomas // 2015
The increasing complexity and shorter time-to-market cycles demands enhancement methods for conceptual design phases. An instrument to promote product development activities by enlarging ...

DATA SCIENCE AS A NEW FRONTIER FOR DESIGN

Kazakci, Akin Osman // 2015
The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the challenge of transferring know-how, theories and methods from design research to the design processes in information science and technologies. More ...

DESIGN AS THE RESOLUTION OF PARADOXES: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY

Morgan, Thea; McMahon, Chris // 2015
This paper presents an ethnomethodological case study of a student engineering design team during their final year design project. The results were analysed with reference to a theoretical framework, ...

DESIGN FOR BEHAVIOR CHANGE: AN ELABORATION-BASED APPROACH TO PERSUASION IN PRODUCT DESIGN

Montazeri, Soodeh; Panos, Papalambros; Rich, Gonzales // 2015
This paper investigates the premise that products can be designed in a principled persuasive way to induce behavior change; specifically it explores how designers can adopt behavior change theories ...

DESIGN FOR INFANTS IS NOT DESIGN FOR CHILDREN: ON THE QUEST OF TOOLS TO MODEL A METHOD TO DESIGN FOR INFANTS

Monsalve, Juliana; Maya, Jorge // 2015
Child Centred Design focuses on understanding children s contextual and experiential factors for design. However, the conventional user-designer interaction could not support the specific situation ...

DESIGN LEARNING MIND-SETS

Hamat, Basyarah; Badke-Schaub, Petra; Eris, Ozgur // 2015
It is postulated that students have prevailing mind-sets which influence the performance of their design learning during their university education. These mind-sets - when identified - can be ...

DESIGN PROCESS AND CONSCIOUS PROBLEM SOLVING THROUGH COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN EDUCATION

Pavel, Nenad; Omlid, Mikael // 2015
nt, it is necessary for product design (PD) students to focus on inquiry-based learning in order to adapt to changes instead of simply learning form-giving and model-making skills. This paper seeks ...

DESIGN QUESTIONS FOR LIFE: CONNECTING ENGINEERING DESIGN, APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY, AND OTHER QUESTION-BASED MODELS

Lilja, Johan; Hansen, David; Richardsson, Daniel // 2015
The “Design for Life” philosophy is an invitation to create new products, services, processes, and experiences that enhance human life. Research further suggests that a good life is qualitatively ...

DESIGNING PSI: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PSI FRAMEWORK

Reich, Yoram; Subrahmanian, Eswaran // 2015
The PSI spaces are a framework for studying designing as practiced in the real world: framing and solving technical, social or organizational goals embedded in the existing socio-economic and ...

Discovering Effective Designer-User InteractionProtocols in the Design Process  (Members only )

Park, Jaehyun // 2015
This study explores effective interaction protocols between designer and user in the design process, and it asks two research questions. First, how the designer-user interaction can take the two ...

ENVISIONING PRODUCTS TO SUPPORT THE AGILE MANAGEMENT OF INNOVATIVE DESIGN

Carvalho, Fábio Henrique Trovon de; Costa, Janaína Hornos Mascarenhas da; Amaral, Daniel Capaldo // 2015
Create a Product Vision is a challenge recognized for innovative design and it is a mandatory practice in the agile project management approach. The Product Vision Management Method (PVMM) was ...

EVALUATING THE NEED FOR TRACEABILITIY IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: A PRILIMINARY STUDY

Koehler, Nico; Naumann, Thomas; Vajna, Sandor // 2015
rated product development. For the purpose of an descriptive study, a universal questionnaire is developed in order to determine this need for traceability. The questionnaire focuses on measuring, ...

EXPERIENCES OF EMBEDDING BLENDED PHYSICAL AND DIGITAL MAKING INTO DESIGN EDUCATION

Townsend, Barney; Forkes, Andrew // 2015
This paper considers modern concerns that a new generation of designers are rejecting traditional
methods in favour of purely digital ways of designing. The study is contextualized in some of ...

EXPLORING LASTING USER-PRODUCTRELATIONSHIPS, MEANING AND MATERIALITY

Green, Clare // 2015
Investigating lasting user-product relationships means looking essentially at post-purchase user
behaviour. This subject highlights meaning and symbolism in objects and questions the role ...

EXPLORING TENSIONS BETWEEN CREATIVITY AND CONTROL IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

Bojesson, Catarina; Backstroem, Tomas; Bjurstroem, Erik // 2015
To sustain organizational performance in dynamic contexts, organizations must be able to change through innovation while still continuing to perform in the short term. Central to successful ...

FAIRNESS AND MANIPULATION: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF ARROW’S IMPOSSIBILITY THEOREM

McComb, Christopher; Goucher-Lambert, Kosa; Cagan, Jonathan // 2015
The design process often requires work by teams, rather than individuals. During these times it is likely that situations will arise in which members of a team have different opinions, yet a group ...

FBS MODELS: AN ATTEMPT AT RECONCILIATION TOWARDS A COMMON REPRESENTATION

Spreafico, Christian; Fantoni, Gualtiero; Russo, Davide // 2015
FBS is one of the most followed and studied design theories, as evidenced by the numerous investigations and rework on the subject. It is often used to provide a better understanding on existing ...

FORMULATIONS OF PARADIGMS OF TECHNICAL INHERITANCE

Mozgova, Iryna; Lachmayer, Roland; Gottwald, Philipp // 2015
The fourth industrial revolution is associated with changing production and design principles of machine parts. The purpose of this study is the development, elaboration and practical testing of an ...

FRAMING IN DESIGN: A FORMAL ANALYSIS AND FAILURE MODES

Vermaas, Pieter; Dorst, Kees; Thurgood, Clementine // 2015
This contribution presents a formal description of the design practice of framing and identifies two general modes in which framing can lead to failure in design projects. The first is called the ...

FROM SIMULATION TO INVENTION, BEYOND THE PARETO-FRONTIER

Dubois, Sebastien; Lin, Lei; De Guio, Roland; Rasovska, Ivana // 2015
In this article, the authors will present a general approach to build a continuum between optimization and dialectic based invention (problem solving) methods. The building of this continuum is ...

FUNCTIONAL ASSEMBLY USING SYNAPTIC NETWORKS: THEORY AND A DEMONSTRATION CASE STUDY

Mavrikas, Georgios; Spitas, Vasilios; Spitas, Christos // 2015
This paper proposes a methodology for the functional assembly of parts by creating synaptic networks between parts. Each synapsis contains both relative placement of part surfaces and features as ...

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