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Joining Forces: Investigating the Influence of Design for Behavior Change on Sustainable Innovation

Niedderer, Kristina; Mackrill, James; Clune, Stephen; Evans, Martyn; Lockton, Dan; Ludden, Geke; Morris, Andrew; Gutteridge, Robin; Gardiner, Edward; Cain, Rebecca; Hekkert, Paul // 2014
Design is a significant driver of behaviour change, enabling, encouraging or discouraging particular practices from taking place. Despite design’s clear influence on behaviours, limited frameworks ...

KNOWLEDGE CLASSIFICATION FOR DESIGN PROJECT MEMORY

Dai ,X.; Matta ,N.; Ducellier ,G. // 2014
Design projects have evolved to be collaborative, concurrent and multi-disciplinary. Due to these changes, knowledge management for design projects faces new challenges. Efforts has been made to save ...

Making Services Tangible for Differentiating Between Stakeholder Understandings

Makinen, Samuli; Helminen, Pia // 2014
For successful service design, it is vital to be aware of the varying and often remarkably different stakeholder understandings of a service. However, the intangible nature of services results in ...

MEDICAL DEVICE DESIGN PROCESS: A MEDICAL ENGINEERING PERSPECTIVE

B // 2014
An approach for the planning phase of a medical device design process is presented. Challenges are discussed and a strategy to identify all required specifications is proposed. Hereby, the ...

MODELING BIOLOGICALLY INSPIRED DESIGN WITH THE C-K DESIGN THEORY

Freitas Salgueiredo, C.; Hatchuel, A. // 2014
Biologically inspired design uses biological systems as a source of inspiration to improve technical ones. Based on three case examples of biologically inspired design modeled using the C-K design ...

Modellbildung der unteren Extremitäten und simulationsgestützte Auswertung  (Members only )

Sporbeck, Jan Moritz; Gößling, Rainer; Bender, Beate // 2014
As the human body does not allow for direct measurement, a combined approach of indirect measurement linked with a supporting simulation model has to be taken. This paper presents a ...

New Design is Bigger and Harder - Design Mastery in a Changing World

Bailey, Mark; Aftab, Mersha; Duncan, Trevor // 2014
Design-led, transformative innovation, with social or commercial value, is achieved through an increasingly complex and diverse spectrum of contexts requiring a broad range of specialist knowledge ...

ONLINE COLLABORATION SYSTEM FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT IN VALUE CHAINS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISES

Jung ,S.-Y.; Choi ,H.-Z.; Oh,J.; Kim, B.H. // 2014
Small and medium manufacturing enterprises are making multifaceted efforts to survive the change in the manufacturing paradigm, but they face many difficulties due to changes of manpower, lack of ...

ONTOLOGY BASED TOOL FOR TASK TRACKING AND DECISION SUPPORT IN AN AUTOMOTIVE COLLABORATIVE WORKING ENVIRONMENT

Softic ,S.; Rosenberger, M.; Zoier, M.; Zernig ,J.; Kaiser ,C.; Stocker, A. // 2014
Nowadays, product development in automotive industry is a distributed process which involves a variety of participants with different roles. Intensive changes on product need a high communication ...

Organisational Culture as the Mechanism for Internationalising Innovation Platforms

Oinonen, Paivi // 2014
Aalto University Design Factory (ADF) is a passion-based co-creation platform, which aims to change the paradigm of industry collaboration in universities. Simultaneously the ability to respond to ...

Political Action and Implicit Knowledge in Engineering Education: A Case Study

Bromberg, Sergio; Polo, Viviana // 2014
The educational act is a political act, where information and data are just a fraction of what should be taught. Indeed, there has been much literature on the subject of promoting creativity, ...

Reshuffling collaborative decision-making organization using a Decision-Decision MDM  (Members only )

Marle, F.; Jankovic, M,; Jaber, H. // 2014
Numerous intertwined decisions have to be made in early design processes. One issue is that they involve many actors, meaning that many relationships exist between these actors. This paper aims at ...

SELF-DIRECTION IN A CO-DESIGN PROJECT FOR A HOSPITAL INFORMATION SYSTEM: TOWARD SOCIETY-SHAPING DESIGN

Sunaga ,T.; Fujimitsu ,S.; Harada ,Y.; Niino, Y.; Kobayakawa, M.; Yamada ,K.; Watanabe ,K.; Nishimura, T.; Sakamoto,Y.; Motomura ,Y. // 2014
Design today plays a role both in posing the questions of what to make and what kind of society to aim for, and also in untangling the solutions to these questions. When pursuing social design, it is ...

Sendai School of Design: Project Driven Design Education Based on a Wide Range of Highly Adaptive Collaboration

Motoe, Masashige // 2014
Sendai School of Design is a design education program to nurture collaborative creative workers as personnel who will help activate the local area launched by Tohoku University in cooperation with ...

Shared Memory in Design Complexity

Pavel, Nenad; Berg, Arild // 2014
This paper discusses the idea of how collaborative learning might help designers with the rapid learning required in the increasingly complex environments they work in. It has been proposed that ...

Social Cohesion Design, A Course for Designing Community Integrated Product Systems

de Lange, Tjamme; Vergeest, Jors // 2014
Design students are typically not educated in systematically including aspects of social cohesion in their designer practice. This paper describes the Social Cohesion Design course, an explorative ...

SUPPORTING ENGINEERING DESIGN COMMUNICATION THROUGH A SOCIAL MEDIA TOOL - INSIGHTS FOR ENGINEERING PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Gopsill, J.A.; McAlpine, H.C.; Hicks ,B.J. // 2014
Engineering Design Communication (EDC) is highly collaborative, multi-disciplinary and often relates to one or more artefacts associated with the product. This results in the need for a method of ...

Supporting the Early Stages of the Product Design Process: Using an Integrated Collaborative Environment

Malins (1), Julian; Liapis (2), Aggelos; Kantorovitch (3), Julia; Markopoulous (4), Panos; Laing (1), Richard; Didaskalou (5), Alexandros; Coninx (6), Karin; Maciver (1), Fiona // 2014
Existing technologies designed to support professional product designers focus mainly on the modelling stages of the design process, while the early conceptual stages remain relatively unexplored. ...

Teaching Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration in Design Projects with Engineering and Medical Students

Fox, Stephan; Kurtcuoglu, Vartan; Meboldt, Mirko // 2014
In order to meet the med-tech community’s high demand for innovation, the educational, cultural and communication gaps between medical doctors and design engineers need to be narrowed. Effective and ...

The Collaborative DSM: a new way to handle complex collaborative planning and scheduling processes  (Members only )

Baudin, M.; Bonnal, P.; Ruiz, J.- P. // 2014
Planning and scheduling projects, but also maintenance activities in large scientific facilities result in complex dependencies between tasks. Handling such dependencies becomes a non-trivial problem ...

The Explainer: A Software Aid to Solve Complex Problems  (Members only )

Steward, D. V. // 2014
This paper concerns using cause-and-effects to explain what causes behaviors. By explaining what would cause a requirement specification, the causes can be used as a design. The Explainer can also be ...

TRIPLE HELIX IDEATION: COMPARISON OF TOOLS IN EARLY PHASE DESIGN PROCESSING

Wendrich, R.E. // 2014
This paper presents a case study on design interaction and processing incorporating triple tool modalities. The methodology and processes applied are directly related to our research and exploration ...

USER PARTICIPATION IS NOT ALWAYS AN EASY THING WHEN DEVELOPING AN INNOVATION

Ottosson, S.; Sterten ,J. // 2014
This paper is about experiences from two development projects (an ambulance simulator and a web based system for occupational therapists) ending up in innovations for which qualified users were ...

Using PD6 to Explore the Initial Collaboration between Chinese Companies and Chinese Universities-Experiments Done by Sino-Finnish Centre, Tongji University

Fan, Fei; Lu, Zhou; Wang, Danni; Zhou, Wenjia // 2014
In the hierarchical but decentralized organization of Chinese universities, individual schools in universities manage the relations between the university and the industry (U-I) independently through ...

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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