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A STUDENTS EXPLORATION WITH DIGITAL DESIGN: ASSOSIATIONS AND EMOTIONS FROM NATURE

Øverjordet, Pernille // 2021
Through the ages humans has drawn inspiration from nature. We`ve seen in art, design, and architecture. Nature is inexhaustible for inspiration, and different individuals find new things that ...

A TOOL FOR PROMOTING INTRINSIC MOTIVATION IN TEAMS: A CASE STUDY OF PARTICIPANTS’ MOTIVATION DURING A DESIGN PROJECT

Jacobsen, Nina Olkowska; Berg, Arild // 2021
Intrinsic motivation is a prerequisite for creativity. Research require more studies about the prerequisites for intrinsic motivation where design thinking has been used as an approach to develop a ...

AN ETHICAL APPROACH TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

Knutsen, Fredrik Hope // 2021
The product design field is commonly known for focusing on solving the users' needs. However, behavioural design can contribute with a different approach in design education, where the aim is to ...

CIRCLING ROUND CIRCULAR CHANGE

Østergaard, Thomas (1); Dan, Cristina (2) // 2021
In the EU a program for implementing a circular approach to the Lifestyle and Fashion Industry dealing with the resource challenges of the massive textile-production has been launched (EU 2020). ...

DESIGN CONTRIBUTION TO CONSUMERS KNOWLEDGE REGARDING HEALTHIER AND MORE SUSTAINABLE NUTRITIONAL CHOICES AT THE GROCERY STORE

Juodziukynaite, Egle // 2021
Past technological and societal changes have affected the way food is promoted, sold and consumed. The number of products has been significantly increased and at the same time – the amount of ...

DESIGNERLY WAYS OF TRANSFORMING DESIGN EDUCATION: A REVIEW OF DESIGN CURRICULA REFORMS WORLDWIDE

Brosens, Lore (1,2); Raes, Annelies (3,4); Octavia, Johannna Renny (5); Emmanouil, Marina (1,2) // 2021
In recent years, the responsibilities of designers in industry have drastically shifted. One of these developments is that designers are increasingly growing into jobs where they need to facilitate ...

DESIGNING FOR TRUST IN EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE HEALTH SECTOR

Jensen, Amalie Damsgaard; Håkonsen, Eline; Keitsch, Martina // 2021
Design as an academic discipline requires a good deal of practice-based research and learning. By the same time, design theory and its findings and reflections become increasingly important for ...

DEVELOPMENT OF COMPETENCIES IN A TRANSDISCIPLINARY ENVIRONMENT THROUGH CHALLENGE-BASED LEARNING

Gutierrez Contreras, Luis Miguel; Torres, Rebeca; Biondi, Stefania; Sarmiento, Claudio; Acuña Lopez, Alejandro // 2021
Over a course of 5 weeks, freshmen students of the core curriculum called ‘Creative Studies’ conformed by 8 different academic programs from 2 faculties, developed a research based on discovering ...

DIALOGUE FOR DESIGN TEAMS: A CASE STUDY OF GENERATIVE CONVERSATIONS FOR DEALING WITH DIVERSITY

Persaud, Stefan; Prakash, Shreyas; Flipsen, Bas // 2021
In the Integrated Product Design master’s in Industrial Design Engineering at Technical University Delft, there is a growing diversity in students. Last year the part of international students has ...

ENHACING ABDUCTIVE REASONING IN DESIGN AND ENGINEERING EDUCATION VIA PROBABILISTIC KNOWLEDGE; A CASE STUDY IN AI

Galdon, Fernando; Hall, Ashley; Ferrarello, Laura // 2021
As we are moving into a knowledge-based economy, frameworks addressing the translational processes revolving around value and impact permeate the development of educational curriculums in the design ...

ETHICS IN DESIGN EDUCATION, BUT DIFFERENT: PRACTICING THE PRACTICAL TURN

Eggink, Wouter // 2021
Industrial Design Engineers have social responsibility by the very nature of their activities; bringing new products and services into the world of the user. This responsibility calls for ethical ...

GIGA-MAPPING AND KNOWLEDGE OF BOUNDARY OBJECT THEORY IN SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Kvam, Eva // 2021
New combinations of disciplines allow a better understanding of interconnected modern problems like sustainability. Expanding design education curriculum may improve a designer’s ability to deal with ...

INTEGRATING DIGITISATION, MONITORING AND SELF-ORGANISATION SKILLS INTO INTEGRATED DESIGN ENGINEERING EDUCATION

Eiden, Andreas (1); Juresa, Yannick (1); Göbel, Jens C. (1); Teutsch, Roman (2); Klaeger, Kristine (3); Gries, Katharina (4) // 2021
Mechanical engineering curriculums at German universities have mostly theoretical approaches to design theory. Several institutes and chairs have specialized courses regarding this topic, but these ...

INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEM AS A TOOL OF FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Hoppe, Lukas Valentin; Gembarski, Paul Christoph; Lachmayer, Roland // 2021
In times of increasing digitalization, universities are turning to digital media to promote effective learning. In addition to comprehensive learning platforms, on which learning materials and ...

PRESERVATION AND PROMOTION OF INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE - A PARTICIPATORY DESIGN APPROACH

Salvesen, Line Blom; Keitsch, Martina // 2021
Recent research literature on intangible cultural heritage (ICH), conservation, and development increasingly acknowledges that ICH has meaning for multiple stakeholders and is served best by ...

STUDENTS PREPAREDNESS TOWARDS WRITING A BACHELOR THESIS; A SURVEY-BASED INVESTIGATION

Heimdal, Anette (1); Svennevig, Paul (1); Norheim, Thomas (2) // 2021
This paper investigates how the students perceive their preparedness when they start writing their bachelor thesis. Students at the University of Agder (UiA) will, in their first semester, receive ...

TEACHING DESIGNERS ENTREPRENEURSHIP: MAPPING STUDENT DESIGN PROCESS OF LEAN START-UP AND EFFECTUATION

Tran, Quang; Laursen, Linda Nhu // 2021
Recent studies show entrepreneurs tend to priorities’ either the business or the design side of their startup, as combining design and entrepreneurship may represent a dual focus and tension in the ...

THE DESIGN STUDIO AS A NETWORK – APPLICATION OF CONNECTIVISM IN THE PLANNING OF AN ONLINE LEARNING SPACE

Petrova, Miroslava Nadkova // 2021
The design studio is the core element in the design curriculum where students gain key knowledge and skills. When the traditional classroom course had to be transferred to an online modality enforced ...

THE GIFT OF UNCERTAINTY - HOW CAN DESIGN EDUCATION BRING COMPLEXITY AND UNPREDICTABILITY INTO A POSITIVE FRAMEWORK FOR DESIGNERS?

Wigum, Kristin Storen (1); Gulden, Tore (2) // 2021
In this article we discuss the pain of letting go of the existing illusion of the designers’ ability to predict the future. The illusion is typically existent when it is considered a skill to survive ...

TRANSDISCIPLINARY BEHAVIOUR CHANGE: A BURST MODE APPROACH TO HEALTHCARE DESIGN EDUCATION

Wojdecka, Anna (1); Hall, Ashley (1); Judah, Gaby (2) // 2021
With the future of health(care) shifting from treatment to prevention, design for behaviour change is an essential part of this movement. Although we have made significant breakthroughs in ...

USING NARRATIVE ENQUIRY TO INVESTIGATE THE DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS’ ENGINEERING IDENTITY IN A DEGREE APPRENTICESHIP

Liquete, Elena (1); Dekoninck, Elies (2); Wisker, Gina (2) // 2021
Every year, around 35% of engineering graduates (mainly female and ethnic minority graduates) in the UK choose roles outside engineering (EngineeringUK 2019) [1]. Given that engineering as a ...

VIRTUAL AND AUGMENTED REALITY TO EXPLOIT STEM-SKILLS-BASED LEARNING FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS USING THE TEC21 EDUCATIONAL MODEL

Gonzalez Almaguer, Carlos Alberto; Acuña López, Alejandro; Pérez Murueta, Pedro; Aguirre Acosta, Ángeles Carolina; Román Jiménez, Olaf Ramiro; Zubieta Ramírez, Claudia // 2021
The worldwide confinement due to Covid19 has boosted creativity in academia to develop learning activities with role-playing games and multidisciplinary workshops brought to our students' homes. ...

A BOTTOM-UP FUNCTIONAL DOMAIN SYNTHESIS APPROACH FOR CREATIVE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

Li, Yutong; Wang, Yuxin // 2020
For expanding the solution space of conceptual design, a bottom-up functional synthesis approach through a partition of the functional domain of the design problem for mechanical products based on ...

A Framework for Grouping of Equipment for Preventive Maintenance Planning

Soleymani, Iman; Sigsgaard, Kristoffer Vandrup; Khalid, Waqas; Hansen, Kasper Barslund; Mortensen, Niels Henrik // 2020
One of the main challenges that maintenance organizations are facing is grouping of different equipment to be maintained together. The challenge of grouping equipment to be maintained according to ...

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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