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BIOPHILIC DESIGN: WHY DO DESIGNERS INCORPORATE LIVING ORGANISMS IN FURNITURE DESIGN?

Nurul 'Ayn Ahmad Sayuti, Carlos Alberto Montana-Hoyos, Elivio Bonollo // 2018
Biophilia theory proposes that human beings have an innate tendency to connect with nature. Biophilic design is Biophilia applied to the design of the built environment. A survey of the literature ...

CHALLENGES IN THE DEFINITION AND PRIORITISATION OF REQUIREMENTS: A CASE STUDY

Song, Young-Woo; Windheim, Marc; Bender, Beate // 2018
A big challenge in the definition and prioritisation of requirements for a new product is to find compromises when conflicts arise. What is the best compromise depends on the objectives of the ...

CLASSICAL ELEMENTS: A METAPHOR TO IDENTIFY AND TIE MEANING AND EXPRESSION IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

Roma Shobani Dias Wickramanayake, U.G.D. Weerasignhe // 2018
The paper discusses a studio design project that introduces the design language to first-year undergraduates via a series of active learning endeavours which revolves around metaphors of classical ...

COME AND PLAY SERVICE DESIGNER WITH US! - CO-CREATING A PLAYABLE CUSTOMER JOURNEY INSTALLATION

Pirita Johanna Ihamäki, Katriina Irina Heljakka // 2018
""User-centered design or user-focused design are terms which describe processes that attempt to involve potential customers or users within a design process. The intention of such processes is to ...

CONCEPTION OF A CROWDSOURCING TOOL TO SUPPORT INDUSTRIAL DESIGN DECISIONS

Wiesner, Martin; Vajna, Sándor // 2018
Industrial Design is still seen as a ""soft"" factor without big influence within the most product development decisions, because of the low measurability (Kohler, 2003). Therefore it is necessary to ...

CPM / PDD in the context of Design Thinking and Agile Development of Cyber-Physical Systems

Luedeke, Tobias F.; Köhler, Christian; Conrad, Jan; Grashiller, Michael; Sailer, Andreas; Vielhaber, Michael // 2018
This contribution offers an integrated view of an agile development process for cyber-physical systems which includes the creative stages and the technical implementation in one methodology. First, ...

CPM/PDD AS AN INTEGRATED PRODUCT AND PROCESS MODEL FOR A DESIGN-THINKING BASED, AGILE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

Luedeke, Tobias F.; Köhler, Christian; Conrad, Jan; Grashiller, Michael; Ruf, Thomas; Sailer, Andreas; Vielhaber, Michael // 2018
This contribution describes an approach for an agile product development process for technical products considering the outputs of Design Thinking. As backbone serves the integrated product and ...

CREATIVITY UNDER PRESSURE: USING DISTANT SEMANTIC FIELDS FOR FAST ACTIVATION OF DIVERGENT THINKING IN ENGINEERING STUDENTS

Beghelli, Alejandra; Prieto, Pablo // 2018
Creativity is one of the most valued professional skills. However, creativity-training opportunities are scarce in engineering programs. In this paper we present an interventional study for fast ...

DEEP LEARNING STIMULATED: 5-5-5-2

Thomassen, Erik Willem // 2018
Teaching manufacturing techniques to 250 bachelor level industrial design engineering students is not straightforward, especially when a fair amount of abstraction is required. Our students find it ...

DESIGN OPTIMIZATION FOR INTERACTIVE PARENT-CHILD CLOTHING: INTEGRATION OF IOT TECHNOLOGY ENTITIES AND EMOTIONAL VIRTUAL BODIES

Wang, Wei Zhen; Nagai, Yukari; Fang, Yuan; Qiao, Chun Xiao; Chen, Yi Peng // 2018
In academia, this paper expounds the development trend of the interactive clothing through the inference of the pyramid hierarchy model in psychology, sociology and the data evolution theory. In ...

DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR CREATIVE SPACES

Thoring, Katja; Mueller, Roland M.; Desmet, Pieter; Badke-Schaub, Petra // 2018
Work and study environments that facilitate creative design processes—so called creative spaces—have gained an increased interest in the past years. This paper contributes to this emerging field by ...

DESIGN THEORY PEDAGOGY AS CONCEPTUALISING PRACTICE

Hansen, Lise Amy // 2018
This paper will present a case where designers are educated through a studio approach to position and develop their own design knowledge and theory building. The paper discusses a selection of ...

Design to Support People’s Activity Systems — A Literature Review on the Application of Activity Theory in Design Research

Chu, Wanjun; Steenstra, Paula; Glad, Wiktoria; Wever, Renee // 2018
Context change is regarded as an opportunity to intervene people’s daily doings towards a sustainable direction. Looking at this opportunity from a product and service design perspective, in order to ...

DESIGN TOOLS IN MATERIALS TEACHING: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

Piselli, Agnese; Dastoli, Caterina; Santi, Romina; Del Curto, Barbara; // 2018
The industrial panorama increasingly calls for multidisciplinary design professionals who integrate design thinking and engineering knowledge in developing new products and services. Taking into ...

DEVELOPMENT OF A RAPID CO-PROTOTYPING ENVIRONMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL SERVICES

Lammi, Miia Elina; Helo, Petri Tapani; Arrasvuori, Juha Henrik; Yli-Viitala, Pirjo Liisa; Pekkala, Janne; Peltonen, Sanna Liisa // 2018
Service-oriented industrial companies need to manage the complexity of developing new services (NSD) besides products. Prototyping offers a way to increase the success of NSD. There are service ...

Development of Simulation Based Machine Design course

Jaakma, Kaur; Kiviluoma, Panu // 2018
While the traditional product design method emphasizes the structure and the documentation of the design work, simulation based design can add more value to the design process by using for example ...

EDITED AESTHETICS OF TASTE

Lowley, james duncan; Skjerven, astrid // 2018
Edited Aesthetics of Taste (E.A.T.) is a research project questioning the knife and fork in relation to Western eating habits, using parameters of senses, materiality and time to develop and propose ...

EMPIRICAL STUDY OF REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING IN CROSS DOMAIN DEVELOPMENT

Nilsson, Sara; Buffoni, Lena; Sandahl, Kristian; Johansson, Hanna; Tahir Sheikh, Bilal // 2018
Shortened time-to-market cycles and increasingly complex systems are just some of the challenges faced by industry. The requirement engineering process needs to adapt to these challenges in order to ...

Evaluating the value and costs of technology in the manufacturing industry

Mämmelä, Janne; Juuti, Tero; Korhonen, Tuomas; Julkunen, Pasi; Lehtonen, Timo; Pakkanen, Jarkko; Vanhatalo, Mikko // 2018
This paper aims to show the shortcomings of current technology valuation methods and propose a new approach to evaluating the value and costs of technology in the manufacturing industry. It uses ...

Evidence of Lead Users in Past Innovations

Lappalainen, Niko; Hölttä-Otto, Katja // 2018
Innovations have drawn much attention due to their economic and social importance. Many models and theories have been developed to understand how innovations emerge, are developed and become popular. ...

EXPERIENCES FROM A POSITIVISTIC WAY OF TEACHING IN THE FUZZY FRONT END

Slåttsveen, Kristoffer; Kriesi, Carlo; Steinert, Martin; Aasland, Knut Einar // 2018
This paper presents a project based graduate course in early stage product development called Fuzzy Front End. Based on a brief theory-based perspective and data from student interviews as well as ...

EXPERIMENTING WITH THE NK AND DSM MODELS

Ali Ahmad, Reem; Yassine, Ali // 2018
The theory of complex systems, which has been applied successfully in evolutionary biology, is gaining popularity for the modeling and analysis of complex product development (PD) systems. Modeling ...

FRAMING NEW PRODUCT INNOVATIONS: HOW TO MAKE SENSE OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL INSIGHTS?

Laursen, Linda Nhu; Haase, Louise Møller // 2018
This study examines: How experts make sense of internal and external insights when they create new product innovations. It focuses on the experts’ reasoning; and suggests a model for ...

GENERATIVE HERITAGE: DRIVING GENERATIVITY THROUGH KNOWLEDGE STRUCTURES IN CREATIVE INDUSTRIES. LESSONS FROM CUISINE

Carvajal Pérez, Daniel; Araud, Axelle; Chaperon, Vincent; Le Masson, Pascal; Weil, Benoît // 2018
Sometimes, a designer needs to share a “creation heritage” to support the generativity of his pairs, in the form of a book. What should be its content? The literature has shown that knowledge in such ...

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