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HOW CAN COMMUNICATION LITERACY REINFORCE HOLISTIC DESIGN PRACTICES?

Karibayeva, Nadiya; Gulden, Tore // 2020
The article explores how the knowledge of communication theory can help design practitioners to achieve a more critical understanding of the contexts they encounter in the course of their ...

HOW CAN LIGHT ART MANIPULATE THE VISUAL PERCEPTION OF SPACE?

Rahimi, Zahra; Steen, Laila // 2020
Transitioning from a field of engineering to a medium for more artistic expressions, lighting has changed from strictly functional lightboxes to elaborate light-based designs and installations. Both ...

HOW DO DESIGNERS IMPACT THE BIOMIMETIC CONCEPTS TYPOLOGY?

Letard, Anneline (1,2); Graeff, Eliot (1); Maranzana, Nicolas (1); Raskin, Kalina (2); Aoussat, Améziane (1) // 2020
Many researches underline the interest of cross-disciplinary work in innovation practice, particularly in in biomimetic. Indeed, biomimetic requires the dialogue between Design Science and Natural ...

HOW TO BEST FRAME A DESIGN BRIEF TO MAXIMIZE NOVELTY AND USEFULNESS IN IDEA GENERATION

Koronis, G., Silva, A., Kang, J. K. S. and Yogiaman, C. // 2020

How We (Sometimes Do Not) Evaluate Design Support: A Review of How Design Support Is Evaluated in Practice

Hansen, Camilla Arndt; Özkil, Ali Gürcan // 2020
Design support can benefit practitioners, but it must be evaluated to increase the likelihood of adoption in industry. This study investigated how design support was evaluated in the papers presented ...

Human factors for the evaluation of the user expertise in the usage of power tools

Helmstetter, Sebastian; Germann, René; Abbes, Moez; Matthiesen, Sven; // 2020
In order to optimize the use of hand/ power tools, user differences such as the influence of user expertise must be considered in product design. Therefore, product-independent ...

HUMANITY-CENTRED DESIGN – DEFINING THE EMERGING PARADIGM IN DESIGN EDUCATION AND PRACTICE

Russell, Paul; Buck, Lyndon // 2020
Product Design emerged as a distinct profession in Europe and North America at the end of the Second Industrial Revolution in ~1914 and has been defined by a number of paradigms as it evolved to meet ...

IDENTIFY CRITICAL DATA DURING PRODUCT CUSTOMISATION – A CASE STUDY OF ORTHOSES FABRICATION

Tan, X., Chen, W., Cao, J. and Ahmed-Kristensen, S. // 2020

Identifying modularity practices across mechanics, electronics and software

Askhøj, Christoffer; Løkkegaard, Martin; Bertram, Christian Alexander; Mortensen, Niels Henrik // 2020
In this paper we present five modularity practices across the domains of mechanics, electronics and software deduced from observations from four companies. The practices are made to help product ...

IDENTIFYING THE EFFECT OF REVIEWERS’ EXPERTISE ON DESIGN REVIEW USING VIRTUAL REALITY AND DESKTOP INTERFACE

Horvat, N., Škec, S., Martinec, T., Lukačević, F. and Perišić, M. M. // 2020

IMPLEMENTATION OF A HANDS-ON WORKSHOP TO TEACH COMPETENCIES IN 3D PRINTING

Günther, Joachim // 2020
Often, new technologies like additive manufacturing and digital technologies are taught at university
primarily theoretically with the help of displaying images and short videos. Students regularly ...

IMPRO: IMMERSIVE PROTOTYPING IN VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS FOR INDUSTRIAL DESIGNERS

Stadler, S., Cornet, H., Mazeas, D., Chardonnet, J.-R. and Frenkler, F. // 2020

INCLUSIVE DESIGN EDUCATION: HOW TO GET IT RIGHT

Thomson, Avril; LaMarra, Lisa // 2020
The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs reports that in 2018, for the first time in history, persons aged 65 years or over worldwide outnumbered children under age five, and the ...

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