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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 ...
Robotic care: a low cost design to assist therapy for brain stroke rehabilitation
Prieto, Pablo (1); Auat, Fernando (2); Escobar, Maria (2); Vallejos, Ronny (3); Maldonado, Paula (4); Larrain, Cristobal (4); Serey, Martin (1) // 2019
A low cost robotic-assisted prototype for finger and hand rehabilitation of people affected by a stroke is presented. The system was developed by a team of undergraduate students led by a Design ...
SELF-EVALUATION AND PEER EVALUATION TOOL FOR DESIGN AND ENGINEERING TEAMS: EXPERIMENT CONDUCTED IN A DESIGN STUDIO
Mattioli, Francesca; Ferraris, Silvia D. // 2019
The research is aimed at presenting the results of an experiment conducted in a Design and Engineering design studio, which is part of the curricula of a master course. During the experiment, a new ...
SOCIAL AWARENESS IN DESIGN & ENGINEER EDUCATION AND PRACTICE. THE VALUE OF ETHICS IN POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION
Ferrarello, Laura Filippa // 2019
This paper would like to describe how the practice of ethics and morality in design and engineering education can foster an industry ethically capable of tackling social issues. By describing how ...
Sprinting out of stuckness: Overcoming moments of stuckness to support the creativity flow in agile team settings
Shah, Ashni; Huidobro Pereda, Alfonso; Gon // 2019
Multidisciplinary agile teams working in fast paced, delivery-oriented sprint cycles of two weeks can experience moments of stuckness. Typically, these moments can be characterised by the inability ...
Student Reflections on Needs Finding in Community-based Design Work
Loweth, Robert P.; Daly, Shanna R.; Sienko, Kathleen H.; Liu, Jiangqiong // 2019
Reflection is an important component in design skill development that helps designers better understand their design problem, develop better solutions, and improve their design approaches. This study ...
Students' comprehension of design collaborations with external organizations
Gottlieb, Laura; Eriksson, Yvonne // 2019
This pilot study examines how design students comprehend collaborations with external organizations? the roles and involvement of different actors in a design process. The study looks at two ...
Sustainability research implementation in product development - learnings from a longitudinal study
Hallstedt, Sophie I. (1); Nylander, Johanna W. (2) // 2019
Industry is a main stakeholder when it comes to realising the transition towards a sustainable future. Academia, with its, knowledge and methods, needs to support the industry on this journey. This ...
The 'Responsibility' Factor In Imagining The Future Of Education In China
De Vos, Ellen (1,3); Xin, Xin (2); De Marez, Lieven (3,4); Emmanouil, Marina (1) // 2019
Design and creativity have been a considerable force for improving life conditions. A lot of effort has been invested in explaining the design process and creativity mainly through the design ...
THE DIGITAL WORKSHOP ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT – STUDENT SHOPPING AMONGST ADVANCED PRODUCTION PROCESSES
Andreassen, Kristin; Lyche, Wenche; Haugen, Sigrid // 2019
How do we train product design students’ creative skills using traditional material processing techniques and advanced production processes using Vygotzky’s zone of proximal development as a ...
The Influence of Collaborative Information Technology Tool Usage on NPD
Marion, Tucker (1); Fixson, Sebastian (2) // 2019
Information Technology (IT) and the process of new product development (NPD) have become completely intertwined. From computer-aided-design (CAD) to video conferencing to traditional tools like ...
The PSI network model for studying diverse complex design scenarios
Reich, Yoram (1); Subrahmanian, Eswaran (2) // 2019
Design pervades our world in variety and complexity that is difficult to grasp. Different disciplines and researchers take one or few perspectives to study, model, and try to understand design, why ...
Towards an uncertainty framework for Product Service Systems of Systems
Fakhfakh, Sarra (1,2); Hein, Andreas Makoto (1); Jankovic, Marija (1); Chazal, Yann (2) // 2019
Product Service Systems (PSS) are increasingly complex and collaborative. For instance, manufacturing companies, service providers, and other companies collaborate and jointly develop and operate a ...
Towards Creativity Stimulating Design Intervention For Multidisciplinary Innovation Teams
Sander Välk; Céline Mougenot // 2019
The aim of our research is to stimulate cross disciplinary design collaboration to improve innovation processes in product and service design domain. We focus on the intersection of biotechnology and ...
TRANSDISCIPLINARY DESIGN PRACTICES IN EDUCATION: A COMPLEX SEARCH FOR INNOVATION IN NATURE
McCardle, John; Angus, Ross; Trott, James // 2019
In 2008 the Design Research Society held its biennial conference at Sheffield University, UK, under the banner, “Undisciplined!”. In recognition of the changing landscape of design practice, the ...
Understanding Community Behaviors In For-Profit Open Source Hardware Projects
Li, Zhuoxuan (1); Seering, Warren (1); Tao, Tiffany (1); Cao, Shengnan (2) // 2019
Free contributors have successfully shown the potential in large/complex software co-creation in the Free and Open Source Software Movement, triggering many discussions and exploration ventures from ...
Use design performance based on use requirements
Mahdjoub, Morad (1); Bluntzer, Jean-Bernard (1); Bertin, Aymeric (2) // 2019
Industrial companies today must operate in an increasingly competitive world and need to rethink their organization accordingly. First, industrial strategies concerning technical management need to ...
User Stories Method and Assistive Technology Product Development: a New Approach to Requirements Elicitation
Zacharias, Isabela Cristina SimŠes; Campese, Carina; Santos, Thiago Bertolini dos; Cunha, Lorena Pereira da; Costa, Janaina Mascarenhas Hornos // 2019
Requirements elicitation for assistive technology (AT) product development must be collaborative and systemic. This process must ensure that the needs of all different users are identified. For this, ...
Visualised frames: how sketching influences framing behaviour in design teams
Yang, Yujing; Brik, Natalie; de Jong, Peter; Guerreiro Goncalves, Milene // 2019
Framing is a crucial skill for connecting problem and solution spaces in the creative design process, both for individuals and teams. Frames are implicit in individuals? cognitive thinking, but the ...
WHAT (AND HOW) TO TEACH DESIGNERS ABOUT HUMANITARIAN INNOVATION?
Stevens, John Simon // 2019
The Global Innovation Design (GID) Masters Programme aims to develop research and teaching collaboration opportunities between international academic institutions, and among a range of international ...
Who are the stakeholders mentioned in cases of Product-Service System (PSS) Design?
Sânia da Costa Fernandes, Luiza Diegues Martins, Henrique Rozenfeld // 2019
Product-service systems (PSS) are solutions that integrate product and services in order to fulfill the customers? needs by means of greater value in use. Multiple stakeholders should be involved in ...
A CO-AUTHORSHIP ANALYSIS OF PRODUCT AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGN EDUCATION LITERATURE, 2000-2015
O. Ilhan, Ali // 2018
Today, collaboration is the norm rather than exception in scholarly publications. Through coauthorship scholars can increase the volume and quality of their scientific output. Utilising ...
A COMBINATION OF DESIGN- AND SCIENTIFIC- LED PROCESSES CAN BE A SUCCESSFUL APPROACH TOWARDS BUILDING INNOVATIVE PROJECTS
Apud-Bell, Maria Jose; Dasan, Aran; Childs, Peter // 2018
Students like myself, the first author of this paper, with a science research background that have never been exposed to design methodologies initially struggle to deliver well-defined innovation led ...
A METHOD FOR A DETAILED ANALYSIS OF VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION PROCESSES IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Schönwald, Julian; Fleskes, Julian; Forsteneichner, Christian; Paetzold, Kristin // 2018
In this paper a method is described to analyse data and information flows in product development processes. It combines two perspectives (BOTTOM UP and TOP DOWN) and three analysing methods (BPMN, ...
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