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ONLINE WAYS OF SHAREDNESS: A SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF DESIGN COLLABORATION IN OPENIDEO
Bianchi, Joost; Knopper, Yuri; Eris, Ozgur; Badke-Schaub, Petra; Roussos, Lampros // 2015
This research aims to develop a language-based cognitive framework in order to evaluate the performance of virtual design communities. We leveraged two existing theories on the use of language as ...
ORGANIZATIONAL IDENTITY CONSTRUAL THROUGH DESIGN PROCESS
Pavel, Nenad; Stoltenberg, Einar // 2015
Due to rapid changes in technologies and the market, institutions are not only changing their activities, but also their physical environment. Leadership tends to lead organizations by means of its ...
Outline of a Practice-Oriented Perspective on Collaborative Creative Design
Richter, C.; Allert, H. // 2015
Even though there has been a considerable interest in creativity and design as collaborative efforts more recently, there is yet a need for models that provide an integrative perspective on ...
PERSONAL VALUES AS A CATALYST FOR MEANINGFUL INNOVATIONS: SUPPORTING YOUNG DESIGNERS IN COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE
Onselen, Lenny van; Valkenburg, Rianne // 2015
The overall aim of this research is to assist junior designers in using their personal values and those of others for creating meaningful innovations. Studying the use of values in design is new to ...
PHYSICAL INTERACTION MAPPINGS: UTILIZING COGNITIVE LOAD THEORY IN ORDER TO ENHANCE PHYSICAL PRODUCT INTERACTION
Young, Bryan Gough; Wodehouse, Andrew; Sheridan, Marion // 2015
Learning to physically operate traditional products can be viewed as a learning process akin to any other. As such, many of today's products, such as cars, boats, and planes, which have traditional ...
PROTOTYPING PUBLIC DESIGN EXPERIMENTS AS RESEARCH — THE PROJECT OF KIC SQUARE IN SHANGHAI
Wu, Duan; Hu, Dongying // 2015
This paper looks at fostering engagement in public space by design through two aspects — optional
and social activities in Shanghai KIC project. This collaborative project was developed by a team ...
QUALITY FUNCTION DEPLOYMENT USING MULTISPACE DESIGN MODEL AND ITS APPLICATION
Kato, Takeo; Horiuchi, Shigehiro; Miwa, Toshiharu; Matsuoka, Yoshiyuki // 2015
Due to the rapid growth of the information and communication technology, most system developments are required not only the high functionality but also the flexibility to collaborate with the other ...
READING ASSISTANT: HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE WITH SYSTEMATIC DESIGN
Hamarsheh, Khalid // 2015
‘Product Design, Development and Marketing’ is one of the key courses in the Engineering Management Program at UAE University. The course was aimed at enabling the students to fully comprehend the ...
RECONCEPTUALIZING DESIGN THINKING AND EQUIPPING DESIGNERS FOR THE NEXT WAVE OF DIGITAL INNOVATION
Kleinsmann, Maaike; Snelders, Dirk // 2015
With the advent of a third wave of digitization designers are facing new challenges to create products and services. We believe that the far-reaching user involvement and the flexible functionalities ...
RULES AND COMPLEX THINKING IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Gulden, Tore; Sjřvoll, Vibeke // 2015
This article seeks to reformulate the notion of basics as rules within the context of design education. The typical design education curriculum introduces design methods as a pedagogical approach. ...
SAND CASTING ON THE BEACH - INTRODUCING TRADITIONAL MAKING SKILLS, MATERIALS AND PROCESS THROUGH PLAY AND EXPERIMENTATION
Stoltenberg, Einar; Firth, Richard // 2015
Within the higher education (HE) product design field, many researchers stress the importance for students to recognise and value the relationship between practical 3D object-making experience, and ...
SKETCHING AS A THINKING PROCESS
Leblanc, Tatjana // 2015
Sketching is a form of communication and as such particularly effective for illustrating ideas or
sharing thoughts. For designers, sketching is an indispensable tool that helps them ...
SLOW FASHION IN THE SPORTS APPAREL INDUSTRY
Sřderlund, Marte; Berg, Arild // 2015
Overconsumption of natural resources is a vicious circle as we harvest more from nature than it can replace at its natural pace. This overconsumption is a result of the consumer society’s insatiable ...
SOCIO-TECHNICAL DESIGN FOR RESILIENCE: A CASE STUDY OF DESIGNING COLLABORATIVE SERVICES FOR COMMUNITY RESILIENCE
Baek, Joon Sang // 2015
This paper presents selected findings from a doctoral study on how design could be used to construct a resilient community. It describes a framework for diagnosing the resilience of people s social ...
SUPPORTING VALIDATION ACTIVITIES AND SELFREFLECTION PROCESSES IN INTERDISCIPLINARY DESIGN TEAMS
Matthiesen, Sven; Schmidt, Sebastian; Klingler, Simon; Pinner, Tobias; Eisenmann, Matthias; Ludwig, Julian; Hohmann, Soeren; Albers, Albert // 2015
In order to fulfil customer demands with today’s complex mechatronic products, verification and
validation activities are crucial elements within a product development process . These ...
THE IDEALITY "WHAT" MODEL FOR PRODUCT DESIGN
Weiss, Alon; Avital, Iko; Helfman Cohen, Yael; Kumar Das, Amarendra; Mazor, Gedalya // 2015
This article presents an innovative design model for both designers and engineers that can serve as a
crucial compass during the formulation of a Product Design brief. The model was developed in ...
The Principle of Modularity (Members only )
Tokunaga, T.; Fujimura, S. // 2015
We propose a new principle of modularity for product design in cases where more than one function and more than one constraint contribute to modularity. The modularity matrix is defined as a set of ...
THE PROBLEM REVISITED: TEACHING THE PBL APPROACH TO DESIGN STUDENTS
Ovesen, Nis // 2015
Problem-based learning (PBL) is becoming increasingly popular in design educations, but how is it
taught and practiced? This paper presents a case study of a three-day workshop that has the purpose ...
UNCONSCIOUS INTERACTION BETWEEN HUMAN COGNITION AND BEHAVIOUR IN EVERYDAY PRODUCT: A STUDY OF PRODUCT FORM ENTITIES THROUGH FREEHAND SKETCHING USING DESIGN SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS
Jameel Mohamed Kamil, Shahriman // 2015
The development, advancement and critical study of design thinking challenges designers to explore
every possible factor in high value innovative design concepts. Designers must expand their ...
USING CROWDS IN ENGINEERING DESIGN – TOWARDS A HOLISTIC FRAMEWORK
Panchal, Jitesh H // 2015
Product development organizations are increasingly using crowdsourcing for design-related activities such as idea generation and evaluation, and solving difficult problems. In order to effectively ...
USING IDEA MATERIALIZATION TO ENHANCE DESIGN CREATIVITY
Georgiev, Georgi V.; Taura, Toshiharu // 2015
In this paper, we focused on the advantages of 3D printers to build new creative designs and to make it possible to enhance physical interactions with the design idea that may be able to expand the ...
UTILIZING FAILURE INFORMATION FOR MISSION ANALYSIS FOR COMPLEX SYSTEMS
DeStefano, Charlie; Jensen, David // 2015
This paper presents a new failure analysis method, Failure Identification for Mission Analysis (FIMA), which performs an overall and mission-specific failure analysis for complex systems. The FIMA ...
WHAT WE LEARN FROM EXPERTS ABOUT ENQUIRY WHEN WE ENGAGE IN PROBLEM SOLVING
Haupt, Grietjie // 2015
This paper outlines a small-scale design-based research project in progress that attempts (a) to understand the use of enquiry during the early phases of the design process from an extended cognition ...
WHY PRODUCT DESIGN SUPPORT FOR IMPROVED WORKER CONTENTEDNESS ?
Farrugia, Lawrence; Borg, Jonathan // 2015
It is frequently unrealised that emotions elicited through human-product interactions are not limited to the use phase. Indeed human workers also interact with the evolving artefact throughout ...
The following examples demonstrate some search strings that use boolean operators:
- design community
Find rows that contain at least one of the two words.
- +design +community
Find rows that contain both words.
- +design community
Find rows that contain the word “design”, but rank rows higher if they also contain “community”.
- +design -community
Find rows that contain the word “design” but not “community”.
- +design ~community
Find rows that contain the word “design”, but if the row also contains the word “community”, rate it lower than if row does not.
- +design +(>community <decisions)
Find rows that contain the words “design” and “community”, or “design” and “decisions” (in any order), but rank “design community” higher than “design decisions”
Find rows that contain words such as “design”, “designs”, “designing”, or “designer”.
- "some words"
Find rows that contain the exact phrase “some words” (for example, rows that contain “some words of wisdom” but not “some noise words”). Note that the " characters that enclose the phrase are operator characters that delimit the phrase. They are not the quotation marks that enclose the search string itself.