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HOW SHOULD DESIGNERS FORMULATE USERS' INSIGHT? - COMPARISON BETWEEN NOVICES AND PROFESSIONALS

Taoka, Yuki; Egashira, Hisashiro; Saito, Shigeki // 2021
Design thinking is an approach to develop innovative solutions, the core of which is gaining an in-depth insight into users' needs though extensive user research. The insight of users' life allows ...

How should plastic recyclates look like to be perceived as sustainable: a first exploration

Du Bois, E., Veelaert, L., Tormans, E., & Moons, I. // 2021

How the co-creative process affects concept formation

Matsumae, A., Raharja, F., Ehkirch, Q., & Nagai, Y. // 2021

How to make advanced online user studies meaningful

Wallgren, P., Babapour, M., & Eriksson, S. // 2021

Human and planet centered approach: prosperity thinking in action

Vignoli, M., Roversi, S., Jatwani, C., & Tiriduzzi, M. // 2021

Identifying the factors affecting the replicability of open source hardware designs

Antoniou, R., Pinquié, R., Boujut, J., Ezoji, A., & Dekoninck, E. // 2021

Implementation of maintenance strategies in the life cycle costing of product-service systems

Schneider, J., Wurst, J., Gruetzmann, I., Mozgova, I., & Lachmayer, R. // 2021

Improving decision making in product modularization by game-based management training

Persson, M., Hsuan, J., & Kvysgaard Hansen, P. // 2021

Improving Scaled Agile with Multi-Domain Matrix

Narayanan, Nithin; Joglekar, Nitin; Eppinger, Steven // 2021
Scaled agile projects require coordination of work dependencies across groups of teams called Agile Release Trains (ARTs). ARTs work on developing and delivering bundles of product features called ...

IN PURSUIT OF MEANINGFUL INSIGHT; COVID REMOTE COLLABORATION AND DESIGN AS PROVOCATION

Magee, Paul; Woodcock, Andree; Gut, Katarzyna; Saunders, Janet; Atkinson, Peter; Bridgman, Jacquie // 2021
The contact and immediacy of formal and informal participatory methods (get-togethers, group discussion, post-it note club, and informal chat) creates personal insight, emotion, distress and joy; ...

Initial characterization of novice engineering designers' consideration of contextual factors

Burleson, G., Herrera, S., Toyama, K., & Sienko, K. // 2021

INNOVATION MANAGEMENT: A NEW SERIOUS GAME ALIGNED WITH ISO 56002:2019 - INNOVATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Morel, Laure (1); Claire, Johan (2) // 2021
Innovation and Innovation Management are now common topics in the education field. However, the majority of the contents take the form of basic media: books, articles, courses, study cases and they ...

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 ...

Integrating social impact measures into the airship design process

Richards, D., Stevenson, P., Mattson, C., & Salmon, J. // 2021

Integration eines digitalen Maschinenparks in ein Forschungsdatenmanagementsystem

Osman Altun, Tatyana Sheveleva, André Castro, Pooya Oladazimi, Oliver Koepler, Iryna Mozgova, Roland Lachmayer, Sören Auer // 2021
The global trend towards comprehensive digitization of technologies in product manufacturing leadings to radical changes in engineering processes and requires a new, expanded understanding in the ...

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 ...

Interface-Component Model (I-CM) as a System Design Tool for SE Toolset with DSM

Tuzsuzov, Yordan // 2021
DSMs are a simple and powerful tool to represent and work with system models. However, the representation of the interfaces as anonymous pairing entities significantly limits its usage as a ...

INTRODUCING DESIGN HEURISTICS FOR FURNITURE DESIGN IN A FURNITURE DESIGN COURSE

Das, Supradip; Das, Amarendra Kumar // 2021
Concept generation in the early design phase is a deciding factor in any design innovation process. And the magnitude of the concepts generated in the initial design phase is the measurable criteria ...

Boolean Searches

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  • 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
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  • +design ~community
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  • +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"
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