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CHALLENGES IN THE DEFINITION AND PRIORITISATION OF REQUIREMENTS: A CASE STUDY

Song, Young-Woo; Windheim, Marc; Bender, Beate // 2018
A big challenge in the definition and prioritisation of requirements for a new product is to find compromises when conflicts arise. What is the best compromise depends on the objectives of the ...

CHANGES AND SENTIMENT: A LONGITUDINAL EMAIL ANALYSIS OF A LARGE DESIGN PROJECT

Piccolo, Sebastiano Antonio; Wilberg, Julian; Lindemann, Udo; Maier, Anja // 2018
Changes are part of any project. Although previous research provides methods to deal with changes, understanding of changes in relation to sentiment is still unclear. This is important as people's ...

CHARACTERISING THE AFFORDANCES AND LIMITATIONS OF COMMON PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUES TO SUPPORT THE EARLY STAGES OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Mathias, David; Hicks, Ben; Snider, Chris; Ranscombe, Charlie // 2018
The act of prototyping is more than the artefact produced – the process helps answer design questions. A knowledge of prototyping activities leads to better decisions in the design process. The aim ...

CHOOSING THE RIGHT TOOLS AND PRACTICES TO DESIGN A KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN A SME

Tapissier, Edouard; Mantelet, Fabrice; Aoussat, Améziane // 2018
The aim of this paper is to propose a knowledge management system (KMS) design methodology for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that address the problems encountered on the existing ones, such as ...

CIEL: COLLABORATIVE ENGAGEMENT TO REDUCE DEATHS FROM OPIATE OVERDOSE

Veres, Angelika Seeschaaf; Sellen, Kate; Chau, Wesley; Kerr, Helen // 2018
Themed around “design for health and wellness”, undergraduate industrial design and masters of health design students undertook a design challenge to create responses to the opioid crisis. Engaging ...

CLASSICAL ELEMENTS: A METAPHOR TO IDENTIFY AND TIE MEANING AND EXPRESSION IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

Roma Shobani Dias Wickramanayake, U.G.D. Weerasignhe // 2018
The paper discusses a studio design project that introduces the design language to first-year undergraduates via a series of active learning endeavours which revolves around metaphors of classical ...

CLASSIFICATION OF BIO-DESIGN APPLICATIONS: TOWARDS A DESIGN METHODOLOGY

Esat, Roya; Ahmed-Kristensen, Saeema // 2018
Bio-design is a novel frontier in design research. So far no methodology has been concieved for bio-design. A methodology would render the field more accessible by those without deep biology ...

Co-creation in Public Service Innovation: A review of how to encourage employee engagement in co-creation

Mogstad, Astrid; Høiseth, Marikken; Pettersen, Ida Nilstad // 2018
The public service sector in Norway needs to innovate itself to meet challenges and structural changes such as globalization, automation of work tasks, demographic change, the sharing economy and ...

CODING SCHEMES FOR THE ANALYSIS OF ICT SUPPORTED CO-CREATIVE DESIGN SESSIONS

Becattini, Niccolò; Cascini, Gaetano; O'Hare, Jamie Alexander; Masclet, Cedric // 2018
The paper presents a coding scheme for design protocol analysis of collaborative sessions supported by Augmented Reality. It maps verbal interactions during creative sessions, so as to distinguish ...

COLLABORATION BETWEEN THE DESIGN INDUSTRY AND DESIGN EDUCATIONS MANAGED BY A THIRD PARTY ORGANISATION

Eriksen, Kaare; Knudsen, Joan // 2018
Setting up collaborative projects with companies and design educations can be a time-consuming task for academic staff and the industry partners when planning the projects and handling delicate ...

COLLABORATIVE DESIGN: LINKING METHODS, COMMUNICATION TOOLS AND COMPETENCIES TO PROCESSES

Bavendiek, Ann-Kathrin; Huth, Tobias; Inkermann, David; Paulsen, Hilko; Vietor, Thomas; Kauffeld, Simone // 2018
Today’s design processes involve various persons and disciplines. Process participants are often distributed in different sites and might have diverse cultures. Thus, collaborations are often ...

COLOURED PETRI NETS MODEL OF DESIGNERS COLLABORATION IN ITERATIVE RESOLVING OF COUPLED DESIGN PARAMETERS

Pavković, Neven; Vlah, Lorena; Juranić, Jasmin; Kuzmić, Nikola // 2018
The aim of the presented research is to investigate possibilities of applying Coloured Petri Nets (CPN) modelling methodology for supporting design collaboration with a focus on iterative resolving ...

COME AND PLAY SERVICE DESIGNER WITH US! - CO-CREATING A PLAYABLE CUSTOMER JOURNEY INSTALLATION

Pirita Johanna Ihamäki, Katriina Irina Heljakka // 2018
""User-centered design or user-focused design are terms which describe processes that attempt to involve potential customers or users within a design process. The intention of such processes is to ...

COMMUNITY OF TECHNOLOGY, UNLEASH YOUR POWER TO EDUCATE - “A NEW ORGANISATIONAL APPROACH TO INTEGRATE COMPETENCE, KNOWLEDGE AND SOLUTION DRIVEN PATHWAYS”

Braam, Wilco; Persaud, Stefan; van den, Mirjam Bosch; Troxler, Peter // 2018
Trends and driving forces around us are moving fast in multiple directions. Technical developments in the fields of circular economy, internet of things, bio-based products, robotics, energy and ...

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF RESEARCH FOR INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AND ENGINEERING DESIGN BASED ON MULTISPACE DESIGN MODEL

Sakae, Yuma; Mukai, Shota; Sato, Koichiro; Matsuoka, Yoshiyuki // 2018
This research conducts comparative analysis of domestic and international articles for industrial design and engineering design domains to clarify the characteristics of the two design domains, as ...

COMPASSIONATE CREATIVITY: CO-DESIGN FOR ADVANCED DEMENTIA

Cathy Treadaway, Aidan Taylor, Jac Fennell // 2018
One of the most pressing challenges facing designers today is how to create appropriate, useful and safe designs for people living with advanced dementia. Dementia is a complex disease that presents ...

COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK TO SUPPORT NEED SEEKER INNOVATION TRAINING

Moubdi, Diya; YANNOU, Bernard; Cluzel, François; GHAFFARI, Asma; VÈNE-RAUTUREAU,Caroline; JAMMES, Pierre // 2018
Empowering key competencies to support a specific innovation strategy becomes a critical issue to the long term survival of many today’s firms. This imperative reflects a challenge for design and ...

COMPETITIVE CAPABILITY ASSESSMENT OF INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF ADVANCED INNOVATION DESIGN APPROACH

Livotov, Pavel // 2018
The comprehensive assessment method includes 80 innovation performance parameters and 10 key indicators of innovation capability, such as innovation process performance, innovating system ...

Complex entanglements: design-led research for infection prevention and control training tools

Macdonald, Alastair // 2018
Anti-microbial resistance (AMR) is an established and growing challenge in developed and developing countries around the world. Effective infection prevention and control (IPC) is an essential aspect ...

COMPREHENDING THE DESIGNER'S SKETCH & IMPLICATIONS FOR COMMUNICATION

Self, James Andrew // 2018
Communication between stakeholders during design ideation is important due to growing product complexity. We examine how sketches implicate stakeholder response. Eye-tracking data revealed designers ...

CONCEPTION OF A CROWDSOURCING TOOL TO SUPPORT INDUSTRIAL DESIGN DECISIONS

Wiesner, Martin; Vajna, Sándor // 2018
Industrial Design is still seen as a ""soft"" factor without big influence within the most product development decisions, because of the low measurability (Kohler, 2003). Therefore it is necessary to ...

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYSING KNOWLEDGE DYNAMICS IN ENGINEERING SCIENCE

Märten, Anke; Jenek, Julius Friedrich Wilhelm; Wang, Wei Min; Fleck, Claudia; Meyer, Henning; Stark, Rainer; Ammon, Sabine // 2018
Despite increasing knowledge intensity in product development, there is still a lack of understanding regarding the dynamic interrelations of knowledge types, stakeholders and artefacts in value ...

Consistent digitalization of engineering design – an ontology-based approach

Kügler, Patricia; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro // 2018
Digitalization and Industry 4.0 are currently trend words in companies and research, which express the striving for digitalized manufacturing environments and autonomous manufacturing processes ...

CONTENT AND FUNCTIONS OF AN INTERNET-BASED PLATFORM FOR SUPPORTING DEVELOPMENT OF ADDITIVELY MANUFACTURED PARTS

Weiss, Florian; Roth, Daniel; Binz, Hansgeorg // 2018
To enable efficient and effective development of additively manufactured parts, the development process can be supported by a tailored information platform. In this paper, an Internet-based ...

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