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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 ...

GETTING INSPIRATION OR CREATING INSPIRATION? THE ROLE OF KNOWLEDGE STRUCTURES IN IDEA GENERATION

Brun, Juliette; Le Masson, Pascal; Weil, Benoît // 2018
Every designer - experienced or not - aspires to live Aha! moments, but how to favor these moments, where original ideas emerge, is not always obvious. While design methods often focus on the concept ...

HOW TO WITNESS DESIGN

Freimane, Aija // 2018
Design adds value for the benefit of the economy, people and the environment; however, reliable and comparable tools demonstrating design’s contribution to the economy and its impact on return on ...

IMPLEMENTING PLM BY USING A PDM-SYSTEM IN UNIVERSITY EDUCATION - EVALUATING 3 YEARS OF TEACHING

Dittmann, Claudia; Jacobs, Georg; Katzwinkel, Tim; Konrad, Christian; Sulejmani, Fatmir; Weigel, Chantal; van Issum, Daniel // 2018
The future generation of mechanical engineers has to meet a broad range of exigencies concerning their skills. Today’s product development processes are becoming more complex. The requirements of ...

INFORMATION REDUCTION AND STUDIO PROJECT FRAMEWORKS

Fry, Richard Eldon // 2018
Studio projects increase from simple & straightforward to complex & indeterminate as undergraduate industrial design students’ progress through their educational experiences. As project complexity ...

INTRODUCING TANGIBLE AESTHETICS: CONTRASTING THE INTRODUCTION OF AESTHETIC ANALYSIS TOOLS FOR PRODUCT DESIGNERS AND INTERDISCIPLINARY DESIGN RESEARCHERS

Laura Filippa Ferrarello, Ashley Hall, Weiyi Li // 2018
Design and aesthetics are two intrinsic words that naturally interrelate when a tangible object with formal qualities is developed by taking into account visible parameters. In this research, we ...

MUSEUM EXPERIENCE DESIGN BASED ON MULTI-SENSORY TRANSFORMATION APPROACH

Harada, Tazuru; Hideyoshi, Yanagisawa; Gressier-Soudan, Eric; Jean, Camille // 2018
Museums' main functions are to preserve pieces of art, transmit and share knowledge. They are proposing more and more solutions to address the access to information. In this paper, our main purpose ...

NEW EYES OF ID - HOW TO PREPARE NEW INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AS INDUSTRIAL DESIGNER

Jung, Eui-Chul; Choi, Ji Min; Sim, Yuri // 2018
At the turning point of technological innovation, an intriguing question is how industrial designers can bridge gap between human and technology. The role of the industrial designer in the ...

NORWAY-UK COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SUSTAINABILITY IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Pavel, Nenad; Zitkus, Emilene // 2018
Education for sustainability seeks to educate students in a manner that promotes sustainable development, acknowledging upcoming societal, economic, and technological changes and equipping learners ...

OnOff: Creative Method Integration: from Physical to Digital and Back in Mechanical Engineering and Product Design

Avital, Iko; Mazor, Gedalya // 2018
The principal objective of this paper is to demonstrate the capability of a smartphone being a useful learning sources tool in product design, rather than being a hindrance in class. OnOff is an ...

Perceived industrial usefulness of the ACD3-matrix - an interview study with product developers

Bligård, Lars-Ola; Simonsen, Eva; Berlin, Cecilia // 2018
Today, a large number of tools are available to support the organization and documentation of product development. However, a tool is not successful merely by virtue of being available; it is in the ...

Production – as seen in product development: A theoretical review of how established product development process models address the production system

Henriksson, Fredrik; Detterfelt, Jonas // 2018
It is a well-known fact that collaboration between design and production during product development is a critical success factor. Literature on product development have described many different ...

PUTTING THEORY TO PRACTICE: REFLECTIONS ON THE INTEGRATION OF PRODUCT DESIGN ASPECTS IN AAL PROJECTS

Dittenberger, Sandra // 2018
This paper discusses the question of the awareness and representation of product design aspects in the user-centred design's ISO process model applied in research projects in the realm of the Active ...

REFLECTIONS ON AN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN CURRICULUM PARADIGM SHIFT FROM MATERIAL PRODUCTION TO BEHAVIOUR CHANGE BASED ON A CASE STUDY

Novoa, Mauricio; Mubin, Omar; Apalakis,Adrian // 2018
This article narrates on work towards a new industrial design curriculum launched in 2016. The makeover promoted transitioning from traditional design education focused on both, industrial age ...

Scaling agile practices on different time scopes for complex problem solving

Breitschuh, Jan; Albers, Albert; Seyb, Patrick; Hohler, Sophie; Benz, Jonathan; Reiß, Nicolas; Bursac, Nikola // 2018
There can be no innovation without time and space for ideation and courage to endeavor new terrain. Approaching this terrain in a structured way whilst managing the risks linked to the uncertainty of ...

State of the art of generative design and topology optimization and potential research needs

Tyflopoulos, Evangelos; Tollnes, Flem David; Steinert, Martin; Olsen, Anna // 2018
Additive manufacturing allows us to build almost anything; traditional CAD however restricts us to known geometries and encourages the re-usage of previously designed objects, resulting in robust but ...

TEMPLATE-BASED DESIGN FOR DESIGN CO-CREATION

Haibing Li, Paul Christoph Gembarski, Roland Lachmayer // 2018
Co-creation offers significant potential to improve innovation capabilities of both designers and customers. However, despite of the significant advantages, there is surprisingly little research ...

TESTING METHODOLOGY FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN EDUCATION

Batliner, Martin; Boës, Stefan; Heinis, Timon; Meboldt, Mirko // 2018
Testing plays an important role in product development. However, general testing methodology has received little attention in both product development literature and engineering design education. ...

THE ALGEBRA, LOGIC AND TOPOLOGY OF SYSTEM-OF-SYSTEMS

Johansson, Mats (1); Eklund, Patrik (1); Kortelainen ,Jari (2); Winter ,Michael (3) // 2018
In this paper we propose an information structure enrichment of relational models underlying design structure models typically used in System-ofSystems. Such design structures are algebraically, ...

THE BEHAVIOURAL DESIGN SOLUTION SPACE: EXAMINING THE DISTRIBUTION OF IDEAS GENERATED BY EXPERT BEHAVIOURAL DESIGNERS

Bay Brix Nielsen, Camilla Kirstine Elisabeth; Cash, Philip; Daalhuizen, Jaap // 2018
Understanding how human behaviour can be influenced through design is an increasingly important topic in research and industry. Despite distinct theoretical recommendations for behavioural design ...

THE CHALLENGES OF TEACHING SUSTAINABLE SYSTEM DESIGN

Pineda, Andres Felipe Valderrama; Jørgensen, Ulrik // 2018
We present the program Sustainable Design Engineering, where Science and Technology Studies theories are a core element among design and engineering approaches. Our main claim is that existing ...

THE HANOVER KNOWLEDGE-BASED-DESIGN-LAB: A PROJECT-ORIENTED CAPSTONE COURSE IN ENGINEERING DESIGN

Gembarski, Paul Christoph; Lachmayer, Roland; Scheidel, Wieben // 2018
Knowledge based design (KBD) and engineering (KBE) as solutions for design automation and product configuration are discussed for more than 20 years already. Nevertheless, only little application in ...

THE INVESTIGATION OF DESIGNERS’ REFLECTIVE PRACTICE ACTIVITY USING VERBAL PROTOCOL ANALYSIS

KAMIL, MUHAMMAD JAMEEL MOHAMED; ABIDIN, SHAHRIMAN ZAINAL; HASSAN, OSKAR HASDINOR // 2018
This paper intends to investigate the cognitive process of designers’ sketching activity based on their understanding towards the value of unconscious interaction and cognitive of human behaviour in ...

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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