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A FORMAL ACCOUNT OF THE DUAL EXTENSION OF KNOWLEDGE AND CONCEPT IN C-K DESIGN THEORY

Hendriks, L.; Kazakci, A. O. // 2010
The paper presents a contribution to the formalization efforts of C-K design theory. First, we analyze the notion of “dual expansion of concepts and knowledge” in C-K design theory and we discuss how ...

A GENERIC PSS DEVELOPMENT PROCESS MODEL BASED ON THEORY AND AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

Müller, P.; Stark, R. // 2010
For the development of industrial Product-Service Systems (PSS, IPS2) generic development process models are hardly available. The definition of a generic IPS2 development process model is one aim of ...

A multidisciplinary framework for (teaching) Human Product Relations

Eggink, Wouter; van der Bijl-Brouwer, Mieke // 2010
In this paper we introduce a framework for dealing with the complexity of human-product relationships. The actual framework is a matrix of design perspectives, with three cooperating disciplines on ...

A RESEARCH FRAMEWORK FOR MECHATRONIC DESIGN

Möhringer, S.; Stetter, R. // 2010
Since ICED 2007 the special interest group (SIG) “mechatronics” is discussing research of mechatronic design. At ICED 2009 it was decided that the results up to this points should be summarized to a ...

An Evaluation of Learning Resources in Support of Integrated Interaction and Electronic Product Design.

Badni, Kevin; Page, Tom // 2010
Over the last two years we have seen an increased interest from our students in integrating electronic product design with interaction design in their final year major project work. Furthermore, this ...

AN INFORMATION REQUIREMENT STRATEGY FOR CAPTURING AND ANALYSING DESIGN ACTIVITY AND BEHAVIOUR

Cash, P. J.; Hicks, B. J.; Culley, S. J. // 2010
This paper forms part of the wider ongoing discussion on the issues and possible mitigating techniques present in empirical design research today. There are many methods which aim to develop rigour, ...

Artistic Versus Generic Design Creativity

Brix, Anders // 2010
The field of design is expanding as new areas of application and new approaches are being developed. Different concepts of design obviously leads to deviant notions of creativity. If creativity is ...

Bringing together industrial design and engineering design education

Schroeer, Bernd; Herberg, Arne; Frackenpohl, Thorsten // 2010
Practical experience shows that the cooperation of engineering design and industrial design within product development is strongly required for developing innovative products. However, ...

CLASSIFICATION AND SYNTHESIS OF DESIGN THEORIES

Geis, C.; Birkhofer, H. // 2010
Models and methodologies for designing are numerous nowadays and no holistic approach, which combines all models, exists so far. Nonetheless, all of these models were developed with specific ...

COGNITIVE HEURISTICS IN DESIGN IDEATION

Yilmaz, S.; Seifert, C. M. // 2010
This paper explores the use of design heuristics as cognitive strategies in the creation of innovative products. Design heuristics are guidelines that help the designer to consider areas of possible ...

COLLABORATIVE ENGINEERING – ISSUES AND EVIDENCE FROM INDUSTRIAL PRACTICE

Stoeckert, H.; Lindow, K.; Stark, R. // 2010
A lot of challenges needs to be managed when it comes to Collaborative Engineering in today’s product developing industries. This paper describes investigations in the field of Collaborative ...

Comparing Matrix-Based and Graph-Based Representations forProduct Design

Tilstra, A.H.; Campbell, M.I.; Wood, K.L.; Seepersad, C.C. // 2010
Modern design problems can be supported with the use of product representations that go beyond geometrical models. Common product representation models can be generally classified as being ...

COMPATIBILITY MATRIX METHODOLOGY APPLIED TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF VEHICLE ARCHITECTURES AND DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

Gorbea, C.; Hellenbrand, D.; Srivastava, T.; Biedermann, W.; Lindemann, U. // 2010
A compatibility matrix is an nxn matrix that is used to identify partial solutions that are compatible within a given choice set. This paper presents a four step methodology that is applied to find ...

Creating Customer Experience by Emotional Design

Irisawa, Yusuke; Nagasawa, Shin'ya // 2010
This study aims to analyze the relation among the theory of customer experience which Bernd H. Schmitt insist, the information process of Kansei in Kansei engineering and the theory of emotional ...

Culture and Mobile HCI: A Review

Aryana, Bijan; Øritsland, Trond Are // 2010
Culture has various definitions, but regardless of discussions about its concrete definition, the importance of cultural differences has been recognized in areas such as Human Computer Interaction ...

Design Management in Product Development Organisation - the Elaboration of Comprehensive Design Management Model

Juuti, Tero Sakari; Lehtonen, Timo // 2010
The aim of this research is to provide new insight and enhance knowledge in the field of Design Management as part of Design Science. Therefore, this research describes management focuses and tasks ...

Design thinking - a critical analysis

Rodgers, Paul; Winton, Euan // 2010
The latest buzz phrase to enter the world of design research is “Design Thinking”. But is this anything new and does it really have any practical or theoretical relevance to the design world? Many ...

Design, sustainability and behaviour change

Andrews, Deborah // 2010
ell-established and positive reputation for high quality research, enterprise, under and post-graduate courses in the field of sustainable design and engineering. Experience of working in these areas ...

DESIGNING THE SOLUTION SPACE FOR THE AUTOGENETIC DESIGN THEORY (ADT)

Vajna, S.; Kittel, K.; Bercsey, T. // 2010
The Auto Genetic Design Theory (ADT) uses analogies between evolution and activities in the design processes. The ADT interprets the product development as a continuous improvement process. This ...

DISTRIBUTED COLLABORATIVE DESIGN: ANALYSIS OF A STUDENT EXPERIENCE

Arikoglu, E. S.; Bonvoisin, J.; Bouznif, M.; Cheriti, S.; Hachani, S.; Izadpanah, H.; Weber, C. // 2010
“Les 24h de l’innovation” is a design competition during which student teams have to innovate on industrial problems within a 24h timeframe. This paper analyses the participation of two student teams ...

DoDesign: A Tool for Creativity-based Innovation

Wuytens, Karen; Willems, Bert // 2010
This paper describes the results of a pilot project set up to develop the concept behind DoDesign. DoDesign is a design tool and platform aimed at stimulating designers towards innovative designs ...

Dynamics and diversity in use: implications for aesthetics and usability

van der Bijl-Brouwer, Mieke; Eggink, Wouter // 2010
The ease of use or usability of a product depends not only on product characteristics, but on the user characteristics and environment in which a product is used as well. Products that are used in ...

Enabling Creativity. Imagination in Design Processes

Folkmann, Mads Nygaard // 2010
The paper is a theoretical contribution to design epistemology. It proposes a framework for describing and analyzing the workings of imagination in creative design processes. The approach of the ...

Enabling the Post-Graduate Development of Enhanced Research Methodologies and Analytical Models for Primary Research

Lawson, Stuart Michael // 2010
De Montfort University’s Design Products department has recently expanded both its research activities and its taught postgraduate programmes. Whilst much of the staff’s research broadly informs the ...

Boolean Searches

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”
  • design*
    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.

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