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DESIGNING FOR SELF-REPORTING

Green, Clare Ruth (1,2) // 2019
Research for insights into user needs and working with users have been part of design and design methods since the 1960s. Certain ways to better understand people’s attitudes and behaviour clearly ...

DESIGNING IN A CROSS-CULTURAL CONTEXT: AN ANALYSIS OF BRAZILIAN, ITALIAN, JAPANESE AND TURKISH STUDENTS’ DESIGN METHODS

Nichetti, Claudia (1); Bertoletti, Roberta (1); van der Linden, Julio (1); Bohemia, Erik (2); Kaygan, Pınar (3); Bernardes, Mauricio (1) // 2019
This article presents an analysis of the relationship between the methods and processes used and the solutions proposed by design students by five universities from four countries involved in the ...

Designing Physical-Digital Workspaces to Support Globally Collaborative Work

Tucker, Andrea (1); Gidel, Thierry (2); Fluckiger, C // 2019
This paper examines some aspects of physical-digital workspaces, focusing on multi-user, multi-touch technologies and how different workspaces impact collaboration. We introduce the concept of ...

Designing products with a focus on self-explanatory assembly, a case study

Parmentier, Davy Dani // 2019
Designing products with a focus on self-explanatory assembly can reduce the use of procedural instructions and the associated problems. This paper describes how different groups of students, in two ...

Designing risk management: Applying value stream mapping to risk management

Willumsen, Pelle (1); Oehmen, Josef (1); Rossi, Monica (2) // 2019
Risk management (RM) in new product development (NPD) is often implemented as a standardized framework and ends up being carried out as a tick the box, non-value adding activity. To avoid this ...

DESIGNING WITH LIGHT AND MEANING: A DESIGN PROJECT FOR LUMINARIES INSPIRED BY “THE LITTLE PRINCE BY ANTOINE DE SAINT EXUSPERY”

Santa, Luis Fernando // 2019
Innovating and motivating in the classroom is one of the great challenges of teaching design in the 21st century. If this in reality is combined to searching to educate individuals more comprehensive ...

DESIGNS ON ENGINEERING

Morris, Richard; Milne, Mark // 2019
There has been widespread criticism of the capabilities of engineering graduates produced in the United Kingdom. More than half of employers say that engineering graduate recruits do not reach their ...

DEVELOPING CULTURAL SENSITIVITY: A STUDENT’S PERSPECTIVE

van Boeijen, Annemiek (1); Sonneveld, Marieke (1); Hao, Chen (1); Khodadadeh, Yasaman (2) // 2019
In a globalized world, with interconnected societies experiencing a complexity of multicultural subgroups, designers cannot ignore the cultural aspects of their designs, of their way of designing and ...

Developing design methods - A conceptual requirement framework

Becerril, Lucia (2); Guertler, Matthias (1); Longa, Emmanuel (1,2) // 2019
Design methods can provide valuable support in structuring and solving complex product design problems. However, the application and the transfer of methods from academia to industry is limited. To ...

Development Methodology for Optomechatronic Systems using the Example of a High-Resolution Projection Module

Ley, Peer-Phillip; Kn // 2019
In the last few years there has been a noticeable change in the development of headlamp systems in the field of vehicle lighting technology. Starting with adaptive front-lighting systems via Matrix ...

Development of a Configure-to-Order-based process for the implementation of modular product architectures: A case study

Seiler, Florian Michael; Greve, Erik; Krause, Dieter // 2019
As todays? global market trends lead to an increasing demand for individualised products, manufacturers need to cope with a high degree of internal and external variety, which has a severe impact on ...

Development of a Product Platform for Ship Locks Using DSM Methods

Knippenberg, S.C.M. (1); Etman, L.F.P. (1); Rooda, J.E. (1); Houwing, E.J. (2); Vogel, J.A. (2) // 2019
During the coming decades, a significant number of ship locks in the Netherlands is due for replacement or renovation. In this respect, Rijkswaterstaat (RWS), the executive branch of the Dutch ...

Development of a quantiative evaluation tool to support the development process of industry 4.0 production equipment

?nal, Esra; K // 2019
One of the main problems in the implementation of Industry 4.0 is the assessment of the added technical and economic value of the new digital and other technological opportunities. This can already ...

Development of Virtual Pipe Simulation System for Inspection Robot Design

Miura, Satoshi (1); Kawamura, Kazuya (2); Fujie, Masakatsu (1); Sugano, Shigeki (1); Miyashita, Tomoyuki (1) // 2019
Pipe inspection robots have been developed to reduce the cost and time required for gas pipe inspection. However, these robots have been developed using a scrap and build method and are not used in ...

Die Produktarchitektur als zentrales Konzept in der Produktentwicklung

David Inkermann [1]; Michael Hanna [2]; Timo Richter [1]; Nadine Wortmann [2]; Thomas Vietor [1]; Dieter Krause [1] // 2019
As a result of the development process every technical system has a specif-ic product architecture. This architecture is based on the intended purpose of the product as well as technical-functional. ...

Different approaches to democratise design - are they equal?

Goudswaard, Mark (1); Forbes, Hannah (2); Kent, Lee (1); Snider, Chris (1); Hicks, Ben (1) // 2019
The democratisation of design permits greater stakeholder involvement in what has traditionally been a domain reserved for experts; the design process itself. This is enabled by technological ...

Digital Sketch Modelling: Proposing a hybrid visualisation tool combining affordances of sketching and CAD

Ranscombe, Charlie (1); Zhang, Wenwen (1); Rodda, Jacob (1); Mathias, David (2) // 2019
Visualisation of ideas and emergent designs is an essential ingredient in design practice. Sketching and CAD represent two widely used visualisation tools, each with complementary affordances that ...

Distinction of Domain-Specific and Cross-Domain Linkage Types for Engineering Change Management

Wilms, Robert (1,2); Inkermann, David (1); Cemmasson, Vadym Finn (1); Reik, Michael (2); Vietor, Thomas (1) // 2019
Engineering Changes (ECs) are substantial elements of the design process of technical products and are in particular relevant for companies due to enormous additional costs and time delays they can ...

DO WE NEED A NEW THEORY OF DRAWING? EXPLORATION ON TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE BETWEEN PHYSICAL AND DIGITAL VISUALISATION

Novoa, Mauricio // 2019
half a century. Locally, drawing as a tool for co-creativity and building new knowledge is something that is more mentioned than practiced. The drawer works greatly in isolation. However, new ...

Does Open Source Hardware Have A Sustainable Business Model? An Analysis of Value Creation And Capture Mechanisms in Open Source Hardware Companies

Li, Zhuoxuan; Seering, Warren // 2019
Analyzing value creation and capture mechanisms of open source hardware startup companies, this paper illustrates how an open source strategy can make economical sense for hardware startups. By ...

Doing it right - critical success factors for design thinking implementation

De Paula, Danielly (1,2); Dobrigkeit, Franziska (2); Cormican, Kathryn (1) // 2019
Proficiency in design thinking (DT) can contribute to the success of many companies. Successful implementation of DT can be achieved by identifying its Critical Success Factors (CSFs). Critical ...

Doll based design tool in corporate contexts: A qualitative comparison with storyboard in a new product development project

Kagohashi, Kaho (1); Taoka, Yuki (1); Ohno, Takehiko (2); Hamaguchi, Nana (2); Chen, Xinlei (2); Amano, Kenta (2); Saito, Shigeki (3) // 2019
Various tools for participatory design approach have been developed to support users to engage design process. Doll scenario is proposed as a generative tool for letting participants make and enact ...

DOUBLE BLENDED LEARNING FOR MASTER DESIGN STUDENTS & DESIGN PRACTITIONERS

van Boeijen, Annemiek // 2019
e culture and apply the results to their work.

We assumed that the course would give working professionals the opportunity to learn and benefit from these master students' work; their reflections on ...

DRAWING TECHNIQUES ON THE DESIGN CONCEPT PHASE: AN ANALYSIS OF BRAZILIAN, JAPANESE AND TURKISH STUDENTS’ STRATEGIES

Torrezzan, Cristina (1); van der Linden, Julio (1); Bohemia, Erik (2); Kaygan, Pınar (3); Bernardes, Mauricio (1) // 2019
Professionals as product designers, architects and engineers have an intrinsic relationship with drawing, using it to think, imagine and represent everything from a creative outline of a proposal to ...

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