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How to design for Joy / Satisfaction - Two different approaches on how to tackle the task

Atzberger, Alexander (1); Boffa, Eleonora (2); Montero, Joaquin (1); Paetzold, Kristin (1); Vajna, Sandor (3) // 2019
In the course of the IPD International Summer School, two teams addressed the topic of devel-oping an integrated product, with the constraint of it being joyful for the user. One team has chosen an ...

HUNTER GATHERER

Whittet, Craig (1); Hale, Mark (1); Callaghan, Monica (2); Sanchez-Jauregui, Lola (2) // 2019
This paper will explain the process and background of the Product Design Engineering (PDE) Undergraduate project in collaboration with the Hunterian Museum. The project asked students to engage with ...

Improvement of collaboration between testing and simulation departments on the example of a motorcycle manufacturer

Sch // 2019
In testing and simulation departments in product development (PD) data types, data structures and data storage are often very different. Exchange of data and information is normally not automated and ...

INNOVATION CAMP, COLLABORATION BETWEEN UNIVERSITY AND THE CORPORATE WORLD

Svennevig, Paul Ragnar; Thorstensen, Rein Terje // 2019
At the University of Agder (UiA), the civil and structural engineering students in the fourth semester have participated in an event called “Innovation Camp”, all years since 2012. Innovation Camp is ...

Integrating the product development process in scientific research. Bridging the research-market gap

Mesa, David; Thong, Christine; Ranscombe, Charles; Kuys, Blair // 2019
Science and technology generated by Universities has many challenges in reaching commercial product applications, as has been explored in a range of literature. Product design has been identified to ...

Integration Model To Support Configuration Of Product Architecture And Supply Chain Design

Atakulu, Israel Nnamdi; Shalpegin, Timofey; Wynn, David C. // 2019
Supply chain management is a necessary concept for manufacturing firms as it deals with the coordination and integration of interactions of collaborating partners to realize products. The product’s ...

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS’ IMPACT ON PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CURRICULUM DESIGN

Lindsten, Hanna Hellin; Auvinen, Petra Johanna; Juuti, Tero Sakari // 2019
rs do not develop curriculum independently of other stakeholders. Instead, the development activity is seen here as a joint effort of both internal and external stakeholders having a common goal of ...

Inventions and scientific discoveries: impact of designers? collaborations on creativity. An analysis towards fixation effects

Plantec, Quentin (1,2); Le Masson, Pascal (1); Weil, Benoit (1) // 2019
Scientific discoveries and inventions have long been established as two distinct and sequential activities. It has nonetheless been showed that projects aiming at producing both scientific ...

Investigating the impact of Spatial Augmented Reality on communication between design session participants - A Pilot study

Giunta, Lorenzo (1); Ben Guefrache, Fatma (2); Dekoninck, Elies (1); Gopsill, James (1); O'Hare, Jamie (1); Morosi, Federico (3) // 2019
SAR provides an unobtrusive implementation of AR and enables multiple stakeholders to observe and interact with an augmented physical model. This is synonymous with co-design activities and hence, ...

Matrix-Based Multivariate Analysis of Survey Data on Potentials for the Collaboration of Design and Simulation

Schweigert-Recksiek, Sebastian; Koch, Christian; Lindemann, Udo // 2019
Companies are increasingly forced to assert themselves in the market through efficient product development. Since use and potential of mechanical simulations have greatly increased in recent years, ...

Method Toolbox for the multidisciplinary planning and development of adaptive buildings

Honold, Clemens; Leistner, Sophia; Roth, Daniel; Binz, Hansgeorg; Sobek, Werner // 2019
Adaptive buildings constitute an interdisciplinary approach for realizing the next generation of buildings in order to reduce the immense material requirements and energy demand throughout all ...

Methodological Design: Effects Of A Morphological Approach For Different Students And Professionals

Zeiler, Wim // 2019
In connection with a design research project for professional in the Dutch building industry, an educational project was developed, the multidisciplinary master project Integral Design, to prepare ...

Nature-inspired design for self-organized social systems: A tool for collaborative communities

Lee, Sumin (1); Baek, Joon Sang (2) // 2019
This research was motivated by the need to design for self-organized and sustained collaborative communities. A collaborative community is defined as a group of people who are bound by a sense of ...

Navigating Matters Of Concern In Participatory Design

Brodersen, S // 2019
Among 75-90% of residents in Danish nursing homes are diagnosed with dementia. This article explore how a team of five 3rd semester bachelor?s design students sought to improve quality of life for ...

Observations on the Effects of Skill Transfer through Experience Sharing and In-Person Communication

Vestad, H // 2019
An essential part of any space in which physical prototyping and prototype-driven product development is being conducted is the education of its users in the necessary skills to fully utilise the ...

Open source hardware communities: investigating participation in design activities

Boujut, Jean-Fran // 2019
Open source design of hardware products is an emerging phenomenon that takes more and more importance today?s in the society. However, open source (hardware) design implies a tremendous change in ...

OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES OF GLOBAL COLLABORATION THROUGH DESIGN EDUCATION

Brisco, Ross (1); Whitfield, Robert Ian (1); Grierson, Hilary (1); Bohemia, Erik (2) // 2019
As technologies evolve students expect to be able to utilise the same functionality they use for personal and social communication for their academic and professional communication. To support ...

Perceived Culture of Networked Knowledge Hubs

Mattila, Pauliina (2); van der Marel, Floris (1); Mikkonen, Maria (1) // 2019
While the construction of knowledge hubs has gained recent traction, little is known on how networked actors perceive their collective culture. Authors looked at the topic through a single case ...

PhD Research Learning in Product Architecture Design

Sankowski, Olga (1); Otto, Kevin (2); Moon, Seung Ki (3); Krause, Dieter (1) // 2019
The field of design research has been expanding into a wide diverse range of multidisciplinary topics. It takes substantial time for young researchers to attain a cumulative overview of state of the ...

PROBLEM FRAMING IN UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY COLLABORATIONS: THE CASE OF KNORR

Laursen, Linda Nhu; Haase, Louise M // 2019
Universities increasingly welcome student-industry collaborations. The rationale is, while the collaborating firm are introduced to new valuable knowledge, students gain experience with real life ...

Pugh Controlled Convergence and Social Choice Theory

Nicholson, John Morgan; Collopy, Paul // 2019
The Pugh Method of Controlled Convergence is evaluated based on social choice theory, both from an axiomatic basis, and by examining all possible cases of attribute ranks for a range of numbers of ...

Ranking absorption practices of knowledge for collaborative innovation: which is the ideal multi criteria decision method

Gendreau, Elizabeth (1); Benhayou-Sadafiyine, Lamiae (2); Le Dain, Marie-Anne (3); Summers, Joshua (1) // 2019
This paper focuses on evolving an absorptive capacity (ACAP) assessment tool designed to help firms understand their ACAP maturity in processing external knowledge. ACAP maturity is evaluated based ...

Reflection-in-Action when designing organizational processes: prototyping workshops for collective reflection-in-action

Wegener, Frithjof Eberhard; Guerreiro Gon // 2019
In this paper on designing organizational processes, we combine insight on reflection-in-action with the role of reflection and experimenting from the organizational routine dynamics literature. ...

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 ...

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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