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COMMUNITY COLLABORATION FOR PRODUCT DESIGN (CO-CO DESIGN): AN ACADEMIC ALTERNATIVE FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION

Maya, Mariana (1); Cobreros, Carlos (1); Ontiveros, Elsa (2); Biondi, Stefania (1) // 2019
Playlab, an educational initiative of the School of Architecture, Art and Design of the Tecnologico de Monterrey University, provides a steady academic base for innovation in product co-design ...

Comparison Of Rep Rap And Davinci OSD Repositories: Is Any Influence From Academic Origin?

Affonso, Claudia Andressa Cruz (1); Atayde, Gisele Rodrigues (2); Amaral, Daniel (2) // 2019
The open source design (OSD) is an autonomous community dedicated to design new hardware products, peer-to-peer, with collaborative design and intellectual property copyleft, using web platforms to ...

CRAFT EDUCATION IN DESIGN

Das, Monikuntala; Das, Amarendra Kumar // 2019
The idea of design has stayed imbibed in the brains of humans since the early man’s time. The essence of design remained in every activity of the early man’s day to day life, even though the word was ...

CREATIVE CONNECTIVITY PROJECT – A NETWORK BASED APPROACH TO UNDERSTAND CORRELATIONS BETWEEN INTERDISCIPLINARY GROUP DYNAMICS AND CREATIVE PERFORMANCE

Torrisi, Vanna Savina (1); Manfredi, Sabato (2); Iacopini, Iacopo (3); Latora, Vito (4) // 2019
Creativity, technology and innovation are the main driving forces of our modern world and they often trigger behavioural and cultural changes in our societies. Several studies on creative ...

Cross-Cultural Differences In Creative Ideation: A Comparison Between Singaporean And Portuguese Students

Koronis, Georgios (1); Meurzec, Rianne Wally (1); Silva, Arlindo (1); Leite, Marco (2); Henriques, Elsa (3); Yogiaman, Christine (1) // 2019
The purpose of this work is to compare the creative outcome in the educational context of students belonging to two different cultures, namely Singaporean and Portuguese and determine whether they ...

Data Driven Product Portfolio Analysis of Electric Motors Based on Product Platforms Using Knowledge-Based Systems

T chsen, Johann (1,2); Pop, Adrian-Cornel (2); Koch, Matthias (2); Schleich, Benjamin (1); Wartzack, Sandro (1) // 2019
For a company it is necessary to know, which products can be configured using carry-over-parts or the same technology. This can become quite relevant in the context of automobile electrification, ...

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ACADEMIC PROJECT FOR FOSTERING OPEN INNOVATION BETWEEN COMPANIES FROM DIFFERENT INDUSTRIAL SECTORS: A CASE STUDY.

Gutierrez-Aristizabal, Juliana; Ruiz-Arenas, Santiago // 2019
Collaborative projects integrating companies and universities have been traditionally conducted between entities from interrelated industrial sectors. Nevertheless, theory about innovation states ...

Design contributions to building technology: goals, interfaces and responsiveness

Boess, Stella U. // 2019
In this paper, I identify issues that arose in a recent pilot project in which designers contributed to the construction field. The project was led by an overall responsible innovation goal for ...

Design for empathy: a co-design case study with the Finnish parliament

Tuomala, Enni-Kukka S E; Baxter, Weston L // 2019
Globalisation and the mixing of people, cultures, religions and languages fuels pressing healthcare, educational, political and other complex sociocultural issues. Many of these issues are driven by ...

Design for Health 4.0: Exploration of a New Area

Bause, Melania; Khayamian Esfahani, Bahar; Forbes, Hannah; Schaefer, Dirk // 2019
Driven by networked Electronic Health Record systems, Artificial Intelligence, real-time data from wearable devices with an overlay of invisible user interfaces and improved analytics, Health 4.0 is ...

Design requirements to educate and facilitate junior design professionals to reflect more effectively on critical situations and conflicts at work

Onselen, Lenny van (1,2); De Lille, Christine (1,2); Snelders, Dirk (2) // 2019
Junior designers are not trained to cope with critical situations and conflict at work. Most design schools do not educate their design students to prepare them for (potential) conflict. As a result, ...

DESIGN STUDY OF A COLLABORATION LABORATORY FOR PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

Bärtle, Robin; Domian, Alexander; Nutzmann, Marc; Sauer, Thorsten // 2019
In this student research paper, a concept of a collaboration laboratory for product design and development is described. The collaboration laboratory is planned to be equipped with digital ...

Designing collaborative research: the exploration of common purposes to foster the generation of cross-disciplinary projects

Brun, Juliette (1); Salembier, Chlo // 2019
Despite the increasing demand to develop cross-disciplinary research projects, designing collaborative research still prove to be difficult due to both scientific specialization and organizational ...

Designing digital technology for service work: systematic and participatory approach

Watanabe, Kentaro; Fukuda, Ken // 2019
Digital technology is dramatically changing our life, industry, and society. Recent evolution of digital technology is expected to significantly impact service work, such as healthcare and social ...

DESIGNING EXPERIENTIAL TRAINING IN LEAN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: A COLLABORATION BETWEEN INDUSTRY & ACADEMIA

BLANCO, Eric; BERARD, Stephanie; BLANCO, Sylvie; CHEVRIER, Pierre; HEIDSIECK, Emmanuelle; KENWRIGHT, John; VERGES, Virginie // 2019
Performance and efficiency in R&D processes is a critical point for industry. Operational excellence in design and development is required to overcome the business challenges that companies face. It ...

Designing Physical-Digital Workspaces to Support Globally Collaborative Work

Tucker, Andrea (1); Gidel, Thierry (2); Fluckiger, C // 2019
This paper examines some aspects of physical-digital workspaces, focusing on multi-user, multi-touch technologies and how different workspaces impact collaboration. We introduce the concept of ...

Different approaches to democratise design - are they equal?

Goudswaard, Mark (1); Forbes, Hannah (2); Kent, Lee (1); Snider, Chris (1); Hicks, Ben (1) // 2019
The democratisation of design permits greater stakeholder involvement in what has traditionally been a domain reserved for experts; the design process itself. This is enabled by technological ...

Eco-innovation in biomass research Projects

Yannou-Le Bris, Gwenola (1); Treves, Viviane (2); Meynard, Jean-Marc (2); Cerf, Marianne (2) // 2019
This paper tackles two questions. Our first question addresses the multi-actor activity that is visibly required for building radical innovations like eco-innovation. Our second question addresses ...

Effective Innovation Implementation of Mechatronic Product-Service Systems considering Socio-Technical Aspects

Koltun, Gennadiy Dmitrovic (1); Romero Viturro, Carlos Alberto (2); Buchholz, Johan (1); Wissel, Juliane (1); Zaggl, Michael (1); Ocker, Felix (1); Vogel-Heuser, Birgit (1) // 2019
It is estimated that about half of all innovations, such as innovations in mechatronic product-service systems (PSS), fail to deliver the expected benefits to the adopting organization. Different ...

EFFICACIOUS PROTOTYPING FOR EARLY STAGE INDUSTRIAL DESIGN: UNDERSTANDING WHAT MATTERS IN PROTOTYPING TO MAKE PROTOTYPING MATTER MORE

Mahtani, Raunak; Umstead, Kelly; Gill, Carolina // 2019
Prototypes are integral tools designers, engineers and other creatives utilize for developing solutions. In the broadest sense, the term ‘prototype’ may mean different things, and may be the means to ...

Empirical study of car crash simulation analysis within the development phase

Fatfouta, Naouress (1,2); Stal-Le Cardinal, Julie (1); Royer, Christine (2) // 2019
Car crash simulation analysis is an important phase within the vehicle development. It intends to analyse the crashworthiness of the vehicle model and examine the level of passive security. However, ...

Engineers' and biologists' roles during biomimetic design processes, towards a methodological symbiosis

Graeff, Eliot; Maranzana, Nicolas; Aoussat, Am // 2019
The strength of biomimetics comes from its ability to draw from life mechanisms and strategies to design innovative solutions. In spite of recent methodological progresses, more specifically on tools ...

ENHANCEMENT OF COLLABORATION IN THE EARLY STAGE OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING AND DESIGN PROJECT: MAPPING GROUP DYNAMICS

Risnes, Martha; Mellema, Mirjam; Sherkat, Habib; Pinto-Orellanna, Marco // 2019
Health care systems are moving towards multidisciplinary patient-centered solutions. Team members can agree on high-level aspirations, but it does not imply that they will have conformity in specific ...

ENHANCING PARTICIPATION IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDENT TEAMS THROUGH THE USE OF TANGIBLE REPRESENTATIONS

Forshaug, Ann Kristin // 2019
Designers are to an increasingly extent working as facilitators and members of co-creative interdisciplinary teams. Interdisciplinary collaboration is needed when working with complex problems, and ...

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