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DS 43: Proceedings of E&PDE 2007, the 9th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education, University of Northumbria, Newcastle, UK, 13.-14.09.2007

Year: 2007

Editor: E. Bohemia; K. Hilton; C. McMahon; A. Clarke

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ISBN 978 0 9553942-1-8

EventTable of Contents
Experiences of three free elective subjects
Lloveras J (15-20)
Corporate social responsibility as a fundamental discipline: our response to mainstream IT in SMEs
Hernandez J, Mendibil K, Ion W (21-26)
To embed or not to embed (sustainability in the curriculum), that is the question - and do we have a choice?
Humphries-Smith T (27-32)
Creativity shapes future learning processes in Scotland and in Norway
Aksnes D, Thelin A E (33-38)
An instrument for assessing levels of abstraction in educational design brief formulations
Lau Wing (39-44)
Digital Product Design
Rogers J, Hulbert T (45-50)
Linking Sciences as a Design Tool
Coninx K, Heidweiller A, van der Voort E (51-56)
Implementation and delivery of PDP within a practice based curriculum
Spruce J, Wilkie T (57-62)
Developing a Thematic Design Curriculum as a Bologna Master
Holmlid S, Arvola M (63-68)
Design for Interaction: Consolidating the User-Centred Focus in Industrial Design Engineering
Stappers P J, Hekkert P, Keyson D (69-74)
Extended group design activities for the enterprise society
Outram G, Stevens C, Culley S (75-80)
Combining Architectural, Structural and Industrial Design: A necessity for having disaster-proof future buildings
Hosseini M (81-86)
Aligning industrial design education to emerging trends in professional practice and industry
Rodber M, Wormald P (87-92)
Roter Faden - Design Education in Context
Mantwill F (93-98)
Design Education for Successful Cross-Functional Cooperation in NPD
Holland R, Kim B, Kang B, Borja de Mozota B (99-104)
Self Service Revisited
Rogers J, Birnie S, Pengelly J (105-110)
Seeing is believing: the challenge of product semantics in the curriculum
Evans M, Sommerville S (111-116)
Bringing participatory design techniques to industrial design engineers
Stappers P J, Visser F S (117-122)
The future-essay as a design tool
Kappel A, Thomsen B D (123-128)
Training well-equipped design-ready Engineering Professionals
Pop-Iliev R, Plantanitis G (129-134)
A multidisciplinary approach within design and engineering course - the Politecnico di Milano case study
Selva S, Carulli M (135-140)
International summer school as a teaching tool for development of students' creativity
Klos Z, Sawicka H (141-146)
Quantitative and Qualitative Design Information in Design Education
Langeveld L (147-152)
Integration of Mechanics and Mathematics in Engineering Design Education
Heidweiller A, Coninx K, van der Voort E, de Deugd H, van den Ruijtenbeek R, Wisse G, van Elderen E (153-158)
The prototype is the product: exploring personal fabrication through a product design project
Morris J (159-164)
A synopsis of materials and manufacturing expertise for trainee industrial designers
Pedgley O, Norman E (167-172)
Integrating design and engineering I: functional abstraction and product architecture
Lilly B, Gill C (173-178)
Educating great T-shaped engineers
Gerson P, Ramond B (179-184)
Methodical Evaluation of Single and Group Projects
Ponn J, Kreimeyer M, Lindemann U (185-190)
Design education in the age of media convergence
Yee J S R (191-196)
The future of doctorates in Design
Hilton K (197-202)
An integrated digital design and manufacture studio for educating future product designers
Mair G, Cunningham D, Grierson H, Ion W (203-208)
Clubbers, Mosaic Thinkers and Design Process
Sharp M (209-214)
User-hostile products: What they are: How they shape us, how we shape them
Dowlen C, Ledsome C (215-220)
Case study through role play and its effects on the learning experience
Titley W (221-226)
Sustainability literacy for industrial designers through action research
Clune S (227-232)
Transferring new knowledge from the field of neuroscience to product design education
Ferraris S (233-238)
How to support reflective practice on the use of methodological tools
Choulier D, Weite P A (239-244)
Managing students' motivation and performance
Reddy G (247-252)
Teaching visionary thinking to product designers using lessons from utopian science fiction
Ratner E (253-258)
Towards a methodology for inspiring and evaluating aesthetic design solutions
Storer I, Lawson R, Page T (259-264)
Design coaching
Ledsome C,Dowlen C (265-270)
Ontologically shaping our future: design education as revelation
van der Merwe J (273-278)
Help or hurt: Ethics in customer research for product design
Arnold J (279-284)
Design of Tandem for Cerebral Palsy Sufferers
Crisp A, Dale J (285-290)
Implications of inclusive design for design education
Miller K, Mair G (291-296)
Creating a learner-centred approach in product innovation
Neighbour G, Cutler G (299-304)
User participation - real influence or hostage-taking?
Nielsen L, Digranes I (305-310)
Translating ideas into marketable products: Educating and shaping the future product designers
Tan J, Connor C, Fleming B (311-316)
H-Ware: A Human-centred approach in the search for future communication concepts
Baelus C, de Grande G (317-322)
Managing innovation: How collaborative design visualisation can facilitate teamwork
Colvin A (325-330)
Examining the role of the studio environment within design education
Spruce J (331-336)
The benefits of integrating LEGO mindstorms into design education: Course "Media Systems"
Langer C, Strothotte C (337-342)
Activity theory: a framework for ethnographic research for industrial design
Desai G (343-348)
Collaborative international project - "Kitchen of the World": a case study in multinational groups undertaking design studio activity
Coxon S, de Bono A, Allen J, Richardson M (349-354)
Westfocus Designplus: learnings from a major cross-disciplinary design, industry and academic network
Green S (355-360)
Designing the future - are our University staff up to it?
Riley S (361-366)
Using a virtual reality learning environment (VRLE) to meet future needs of innovative product design education
Thorsteinsson G, Page T (367-372)
"Polymath Interpolators" - the next generation of designers
Rodgers P (375-380)
An investigation of metaphor use and learning style in design problem solving
Casakin H, Miller K (381-386)
Friendly: helping design and science to help each other
Smith N, Sams P (387-390)
Shaping Design graduates: Developing and assessing core competencies
Griffiths R, Gordon B, Wilgeroth P (393-398)
Group projects - a fair assessment
Evatt M (399-404)
Keep your students in the dark - don't let assessment suppress creativity
Penlington R (405-410)
Tying both ends: a case study of successful comprehensive design collaboration
Coker R, Coker J (411-416)
Mapping key factors in value innovation
English S (419-424)
Integrating design and engineering II: product architecture and product design
Gill C, Lilly B (425-430)
Development of a knowledge-based tutoring system to support mechanics modelling during the design process
van der Voort E, Heidweiller A, Coninx K, de Deugd H (431-436)
The post-disciplinary digital practitioner
Malins J, Pengelly J, Marshall J (437-442)
The presentation and testing of a design process model employed by students in final year, major projects in industrial design
Green L (443-448)
Introduction of a design for rapid manufacturing (DFRM) perspective in engineering design education
Campos S, Mungula J, Lloveras J (449-454)
Digital futures: Alternative creative approaches for digital product development
Acton I, Sood N, Annable L (455-462)
New tools for the selection of technologies: application to sheet metal forming
Cortes D, Riba C (463-468)
Teaching innovation requires innovative methods of teaching
Willis M, Kaestel W (469-474)
Shaping the future of shape
Eves B, Hogarth P, Mathias M. Velay X, Hewitt J (475-480)
Engineering narratives
Milligan A, O'Connor H, Ross C (481-486)
Design innovation towards agricultural excellence
Bajuri T (487-492)
Outcomes from a distributed design studio
Bohemia E, Lauche K, Badke-Schaub P, Langeveld L, Thompson I, Wilson C, Connor C, Titley W (493-498)
A centre for excellence in creativity
Martin P, Katz T, Morris R (499-504)
Is it appropriate to introduce real client projects to first-year design students?
Dong H, Turnock P (507-512)
Summer design office - an opportunity and a challenge for students and small enterprises
Rismoen J, Sundby I (513-518)
Student collaborative projects supported by more than one company
Lindley J (519-524)
Preparing design students for a new role in the organization
Junginger S (525-530)
Teaching industrial design to undergraduate engineering students through industry-based projects
Das A K (531-536)
A strategy for the integration of professional practice during PhD research
Evans M, Sommerville S (537-542)
Perspective of the technological innovation in small and medium Mexican manufacturing companies
Salazar A (543-548)
Managing design graduates
Holland R, Tarbox A, Kim B Y, Wynn L (549-554)
An enlightening challenge: the Procter & Gamble multidisciplinary student design collaborative
Gill C, Arnold J (555-560)
An experience of design education: Integration between design methods and industrial co-operation
Rosa F, Rovida E, Vigano R, Vaona G (561-566)
Getting Hitched - developing successful partnerships between HEIs and industry
Lievesley M (567-572)
Educating design students to design research for innovation
Rampino L, Ingaramo M (573-578)
Forecasting of industrial needs as a guideline for engineering education
Rohatynski R (579-586)
Teaching an engineering design course in an interdisciplinary international academic virtual environment
Kovacevic A, Rakocevic V, Exorchou K, Jeshani M (589-594)
A reflective approach to learning in a global design product
Wodehouse A, Breslin C, Eris O, Grierson H, Ion W, Jung M, Juster N, Leifer L, Mabogunje A, Sonalkar N (595-600)
Designing products in multi-cultural teams in the context of education
van Boeijen A, Badke-Schaub P (601-606)
Challenges of cross-Atlantic project collaboration in design education
Karjalainen T-M, Repokari L (607-612)
Designing the designer: the responsibilities of education in the national/regional systems of design
Mollenhauer K, Korvenmaa P (613-618)
Distributed design studio - evaluation of three-way collaboration
Lauche K, Bohemia E, Wilson C, Langeveld L, Connor C, Badke-Schaub P, Titley W (619-624)
A case study of a dual design education approach to implementing new product
Roberts G, Walters A, Davies J, Mumby A (625-630)
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The 9th Engineering and Product Design Education Conference will be organised by the School of Design at Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne in participation with the Design Education Special Interest Group (DESIG) of the Design Society and the Institution of Engineering Designers...

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