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Engaging large class with inclusive design through the use of simulation tools and interdisciplinary collaboration

Dong, Hua; Spiliotoupoulou, Georgia // 2010
A user-centred approach and interdisciplinary team work are increasingly becoming important in the learning and teaching of design. Whilst it is good practice to introduce relevant theories to ...

Find The Gap – developing abilities in space consciousness for enhanced learning

Simpson-Little, Diane; Long, Christopher // 2010
Creativity and design is ultimately about making things that are visible, whether it is a chair, a sculpture, a poem or a theory. Nevertheless, it is where the initial creativity occurs in the ...

From research-based teaching to teaching-based research and back.

Poulsen, Søren Bolvig; Morelli, Nicola // 2010
between students from various educations with small/medium sized companies at various locations in Scandinavia. This article describes the research/teaching set up at Aalborg University, Denmark, ...

Function-Based Contact and Channel Modelling in the Development ofan Innovative Car

Albers, A.; Braun, A. // 2010
Engineering processes are mostly carried into execution by trans-disciplinary teams that are often also distributed over several countries. The competitive conduction of product engineering projects ...

GENERIC STRUCTURE OF KNOWLEDGE WITHIN THE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

Roth, D.; Binz, H.; Watty, R. // 2010
The resource knowledge becomes more and more important in terms of a factor of production. The intention of this paper is to develop a preferable, general structure of knowledge within the product ...

HELP! Engaging students in an immersive simulation to increase empathy when designing emergency products

Grundy, Catherine Anne; Brewster, Diane // 2010
In a creative exploration with second year students at the University of Sussex, we attempted to investigate how we can improve our understanding of being in a panic situation in order to ...

IDENTIFYING KNOWLEDGE IN DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES: A CASE STUDY

Jensen, A. R. V.; Ahmed-Kristensen, S. // 2010
Managing knowledge reflects the innovation capability of a company. Mapping decision processes and links to knowledge is a way to learn more in structuring knowledge in innovation processes. Through ...

Impact of Bachelor Research Projects by Design Students

Wever, Renee; Christiaans Henri // 2010
For ten years, the curriculum of the Industrial Design Engineering (IDE) bachelor program at Delft University of Technology contained a bachelor research project. This 8 ECTS course consisted of ...

Improving the Mechanical Design Education by Hands-on Experience with Machine Parts

Beckmann, Gregor; Krause, Dieter // 2010
Mechanical engineering design education usually provides theoretical knowledge about machine parts and the required skills to develop products using methodical design approaches. Beside this, ...

Information Modelling for Automotive Configuration

Tidstam, Anna; Malmqvist, Johan // 2010
The topic of the paper is information models that are the basis for product configuration in the automotive industry. The subject is examined from both a theoretical and a practical perspective. In ...

Investigating the Nature of Creativity as it is Understood in Graphic Design Industries

Alhajri, Salman Amur // 2010
Purpose: this paper identifies the meanings of creativity from socio-cultural perspectives within the specific context of the graphic design discipline. It tries to identify what is ‘creative’ as it ...

MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - THEORY AND AUTOMOTIVE PRACTICE

Vielhaber, M.; Bergsjö, D.; Catic, A. // 2010
Over a century, automotive engineering was a mainly mechanical discipline. Mechanical engineering has a much longer history, with methodology research coming up around 150 years ago. Only in recent ...

METHODS FOR EVALUATING 3D VIRTUAL WORLDS IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Gu, N.; Gül, L. F.; Williams, A. // 2010
Design education is concerned with learning theory and its applications in the design of artifacts that are essential to our society. 3D virtual worlds have the potential to make a major contribution ...

Potentiale für den Leichtbau durch Beschichtung von Kunststoffen

Sander, T.; Wartzack, S. // 2010
Die Metallisierung von Kunststoffbauteilen ist ein häufig angewandtes Verfahren, welches derzeit überwiegend zur Aufwertung der optischen Eigenschaften und Verbesserung von Haptik, Oberflächenhärte ...

Procedural Linking Between Product Requirements and Validation Methods

Westphal, Christoph; Wartzack, Sandro // 2010
Fulfilling and safeguarding of product properties and functions are some of the most important tasks in modern product development. Resulting of the huge mass of variants efficient ways have to be ...

Product design and gender as example of a research based styling master course

Stilma, Margot // 2010
Combining research with a styling approach was one of the goals when developing the master course named ‘Design & Emotion’. The master course is part of the master track 'Design & Styling' ...

Research processes: Design processes: Design epistemologies and ontologies in design education.

Dowlen, Chris // 2010
It is advantageous for designers, researchers and educators to develop forms of knowledge maps to determine a multiplicity of processes. These knowledge maps, or epistemologies, can start to provide ...

Semi scientific attitudes through process reporting on knowledge production

Tollestrup ,Christian // 2010
How can you improve and focus on the knowledge produced through a design project by design students? The range of skills and competencies in design education is not limited to the ability to
handle ...

SIMULATION OF DESIGN REASONING BASED ON C-K THEORY: A MODEL AND AN EXAMPLE APPLICATION

Kazakci, A. O.; Hatchuel, A.; Le Masson, P.; Weil, B. // 2010
C-K design theory is a theory of design reasoning describing design as the interaction of concepts and knowledge. The foundation of C-K theory has often been laid out and studied in formal terms. By ...

SUPPORTING DESIGN BY MEANS OF MORPHOLOGICAL OVERVIEWS AND C-K THEORY IN BUILT ENVIRONMENT

Zeiler, W.; Savanovic, P. // 2010
Collaboration within design teams is the key to improvement of the building design process. We use the morphological overview as a tool for visualization the interaction between designers as an ...

The Design Research Methodology as a Framework for the Development of a Tool for Engineering Design Education

Saldierna, Calderon; Lino, Marco // 2010
Some educators believe that engineering design students in these times are less prepared to do well in engineering, since they lack the experience and intuition that develops from ...

The Designer: Reclaiming Design

Arthur, Leslie John; Crisp,Alan; Dale, James // 2010
Historically and contextually, the designer’s role has changed and it continues to evolve and adapt to today’s demands in industry and higher education. Historical conservatism, social ...

The Summer Design Office: A Work-Learning Experience for Industrial Design Students

Vatn, Cecilie; Baggerud, Bjørn; Rismoen, Jon H. // 2010
The Summer Design Office (SDO) is cooperation between Bedriftsforbundet, Innovation Norway, and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) which was initiated in 2006. The aim of the ...

Thinking Outside the Box: Integral Design and C-K Concept Creation

Zeiler, Wim // 2010
This research set out to develop a method to stimulate concept creation in building design processes by applying C-K theory of Hatchuel and Weil. To demonstrate the application of this abstract ...

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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