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REDEFINING INDUSTRIAL DESIGN: RESPONDING TO EMERGING MODES OF PRACTICE

de Vere, Ian; Fennessy, Liam // 2019
The practice of Industrial Design is typically defined as the design of products for mass manufacture. Whilst this is a traditional endeavour for the Industrial Designer, such a narrow definition ...

Rhetorical design game for expectation alignment

Koskela, Mikael; Pikas, Ergo // 2019
While the form of building construction delivery known as Integrated Design-Build (or Integrated Project Delivery) is necessary for handling the complexity of modern projects, it raises up a host of ...

Speculative and Critical Design ? Features, Methods, and Practices

Johannessen, Leon Karlsen; Keitsch, Martina Maria; Pettersen, Ida Nilstad // 2019
Speculative and Critical Design (SCD) confronts traditional design practice. Instead of reproducing and reinforcing contemporary perceptions of products and services, SCD seeks to change them, with ...

The Concept Of 'Roadmapping Service': Exploring Customer Perspectives Of Roadmapping Through The Service Lens

Oliveira, Maicon Gouvea (1); Routley, Michele (2); Phaal, Robert (2); Mendes, Glauco Henrique Sousa (3) // 2019
Roadmapping has been addressed as a management approach used to support strategic and innovation planning of organisations over recent decades. This paper introduces a new standpoint for addressing ...

The Construction Of Design Science Knowledge Graphs - Based On National Natural Science Foundation Of China

Xu, Jiang (1); Sun, Gang (1); Ou, Xifan (1); Xu, Jingyu (1); Lu, Han (1); Su, Pujie (1); Wei, Qiushi (1); Ding, Man (2) // 2019
In the era of knowledge networking, the structure and production mode of knowledge are constantly changing. This article creatively introduces the knowledge mapping method in design research, and ...

The Economic Explanation of Inclusive Design in Different Stages of Product Life Time

Li, Fang (1,3); Dong, Hua (2) // 2019
The static data obtained from user research are not sufficient to accurately reflect the change of the user's needs and capabilities in different contexts. Not paying enough attention to the economic ...

The Neurocognition of Three Engineering Concept Generation Techniques

Shealy, Tripp (1); Gero, John (2) // 2019
Techniques and processes used for concept generation rely on composing new concepts and analysis given situational context. Composition and analysis require distinct neurocognitive function. For ...

The PSI network model for studying diverse complex design scenarios

Reich, Yoram (1); Subrahmanian, Eswaran (2) // 2019
Design pervades our world in variety and complexity that is difficult to grasp. Different disciplines and researchers take one or few perspectives to study, model, and try to understand design, why ...

The Reference System In The Model Of PGE: Proposing A Generalized Description Of Reference Products And Their Interrelations

Albers, Albert; Rapp, Simon; Spadinger, Markus; Richter, Thilo; Birk, Clemens; Marthaler, Florian; Heimicke, Jonas; Kurtz, Victor; Wessels, Holger // 2019
Samsung recently introduced a new smartphone display with increased breaking resistance, which will probably be relevant for future cars as well. This example shows that subsystems, in general ...

The Role of Enabling Technologies in Transformative Innovation

Marion, Tucker; Friar, John // 2019
This study is an exploratory analysis of enabling technologies? influence on the trajectory of industry development using a co-evolutionary model of technology development. When combined, enabling ...

The state of prototyping practice in the industrial setting: Potential, challenges and implications

Diefenbach, Sarah (1); Christoforakos, Lara (1); Maisch, Bettina (2); Kohler, Kirstin (3) // 2019
Prototyping as a central method within innovation- and product development processes has a high acceptance in industry. Various prototyping tools provide impressive visualizations of product ideas in ...

Three-dimensional approach for assessing uncommonness of ideas

Fiorineschi, Lorenzo; Frillici, Francesco Saverio; Rotini, Federico // 2019
A posteriori novelty metrics are often used in design research, in order to extract important information about creativity. However, different assessment approaches can be found in the literature, ...

TO LEARN TO DESIGN IS TO LEARN TO LEARN ABOUT POSSIBLE FUTURES: A LEARNING PERSPECTIVE ON DESIGN AND ITS IMPLICATIONS

Rydenfält, Christofer; Wallergård, Mattias; Persson, Johanna // 2019
Design requires thoughtful application of methods to broaden ones understanding of the task and to generate alternative solutions in the form of possible futures in relation to the task. These kind ...

Towards a Theory for Unintended Consequences in Engineering Design

Walsh, Hannah (1); Dong, Andy (2); Tumer, Irem (1) // 2019
Conventional failure analysis ignores a growing challenge in the responsible implementation of novel technologies into engineered systems - unintended consequences, which impact the engineered system ...

Understanding behavioural design: Integrating process and cognitive perspectives

Khadilkar, Pramod Ratnakar; Cash, Philip // 2019
Behavioural design is a crucial research area due to its potential in leveraging the positive outcomes of traditional design. Current need for theory building requires discerning the unique ...

Understanding Community Behaviors In For-Profit Open Source Hardware Projects

Li, Zhuoxuan (1); Seering, Warren (1); Tao, Tiffany (1); Cao, Shengnan (2) // 2019
Free contributors have successfully shown the potential in large/complex software co-creation in the Free and Open Source Software Movement, triggering many discussions and exploration ventures from ...

A METHOD FOR A DETAILED ANALYSIS OF VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION PROCESSES IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Schönwald, Julian; Fleskes, Julian; Forsteneichner, Christian; Paetzold, Kristin // 2018
In this paper a method is described to analyse data and information flows in product development processes. It combines two perspectives (BOTTOM UP and TOP DOWN) and three analysing methods (BPMN, ...

A NEW FRAMEWORK FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DEFINITION STAGE

Pikas, Ergo; Oehmen, Josef; Koskela, Lauri; Thuesen, Christian // 2018
One major reason for the poor performance of construction project delivery is related to the 'ill'-performed project definition stage. The emphasis on rational decision-making and methods have ...

A REVIEW OF MAKING IN THE CONTEXT OF DIGITAL FABRICATION TOOLS

Corsini, Lucia; Moultrie, James // 2018
The review considers the role of making in the context of digital fabrication tools. Digital fabrication is having significant impacts on design and is challenging traditional production paradigms. ...

A WAY TO UNDERSTAND THINGS BETTER THROUGH DOING': CREATIVE ACTION AND INTRINSIC MOTIVATION IN ENGINEERING DESIGN

Roxana Morosanu, Nathan Crilly // 2018
This paper argues for the broadening of the field of design creativity research in two main ways. Firstly, if we studied not just creative ideas, but also creative action, then this would better ...

AN ONTOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK TO LINK MARKETING AND DESIGN

Casagrande-Seretti, Alessandro; Montagna, Francesca // 2018
Communication issues between people with different backgrounds within the product development teams are commonplace. The causes are many, including cultural differences and language barriers. ...

ANALYZING RID METHODOLOGY THROUGH THE LENS OF INNOVATIVE ABDUCTION

Lamé, Guillaume; Yannou, Bernard; Cluzel, François // 2018
The literature reports that abduction is inherent to design reasoning. The Radical Innovation Design methodology is analyzed using the lens of Kroll and Koskela's two-step innovative abduction. In ...

ASSESS NOVELTY OF AN INVENTION USING THE CENTRAL-EXTREME NOVELTY MATRIX: A CASE STUDY OF JUVO LAB'S FIBRE-OPTIC SENSOR MAT

Yuejun He, Jianxi Luo // 2018
Creativity studies have uncovered how novel combinations of prior technologies can influence the future value of resulting inventions. But such theoretical understandings have been seldom applied to ...

BEYOND DISICPLINES: CAN DESIGN APPROACHES BE USED TO DEVELOP EDUCATION FOR JOBS THAT DON’T YET EXIST?

Bailey, Mark; Pearce, Alison; Spencer, Nick; Mihelic, Katja; Harney, Brian; Dziewanowska, Katarzyna // 2018
In 2001, Richard Buchanan suggested that design could become a required area of study for nondesign students: "Design is the bridge between theory and the way we actually live our lives, we need to ...

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