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DS 46: Proceedings of E&PDE 2008, the 10th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education, Barcelona, Spain, 04.-05.09.2008

Year: 2008

Editor: Clarke, A, Evatt, M, Hogarth, P, Lloveras, J and Pons, L

Description

New Perspectives in Design Education, Proceedings of the Engineering and Product Design Education Conference held at Universitat Polytecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, 4-5 September 2008

ISBN Vol. 1: 1-0-904670-04-0
ISBN Vol. 2: 1-0-904670-03-2

EventTable of Contents
Developing Interdisciplinary Visionary Thinking Using Utopian Science Fiction
Chris Dowlen (19-24)
A Practical Approach to Product Design from a Philosophical Perspective
Wouter Eggink (25-30)
Evolved Design Thinking and the Impact on Education and Practice
Tatjana Leblanc (31-36)
Post Modernity: Design Education Culture
Alan Crisp and James Dale (37-42)
Model Building in Machine Element Education
Andrés Clavijo, R Boccardo and Raul Angel (43-48)
Motivational Aspects of Creativity in Students and Architects: Implications for Education
Hernan Casakin and Shulamith Kreitler (49-54)
Training Programs for Cognitive Components of Creativity: A Preliminary Study
Yong Se Kim, Myung Sook Kim and Jung Ae Park (55-60)
Supporting Idea Generation in Design Teams
Ricardo Sosa and Diana Albarran (61-66)
Bionic Design as an Innovation Tool in Pedagogic Process
Barbara Colombo (67-72)
Teaching Innovative Design Reasoning: How Could C-K Theory Help?
Armand Hatchuel, Pascal Le Masson and Beniot Weil (73-78)
Why Students Should be Encouraged to Debate
Phillipa Martin, Leslie Arthur and Christopher Marsh (79-84)
Integrated Concepts of Design Education
Michael Bitzer, Holger Burr, Martin Eigner and Michael Vielhaber (85-90)
Integrated Design Framework: Towards an Approach for Early Design
François Christophe, Raivo Sell, Eric Coatanea and Jean-Pierre Micaëlli (91-96)
The Danish Revolution in Design Education
Kaare Eriksen and Mary Ann Knudstrup (97-102)
Design Engineering - Needs for a Systematic Design Process
Ernst Eder (103-108)
Using an Integrative Model for Mechatronic Design Education
Peter Hehenberger (109-114)
Using Industrial Design Education to Survive in the 'Corporate' World of Higher Learning and Research
André Liem (115-120)
Developing Design Graduates as Entrepreneurs
Bruce Wood and Mary Duffy (121-125)
Some Students are More Different than Others
Hanneke Thieme and Annemiek van Boeijen (126-131)
Designed Inquiry: The Significance of Research Education for Industrial Designers
Abby Mellick Lopes (132-137)
Basic Skills in the Study of Form - Generating Different Styling Proposals based on Variations in Surface Orientation
Jan Corremans (138-143)
Teaching Strategic Product Styling: An Educational Approach to the Use of Consumer Data in Designing Branch Recognition
Oscar Person, Toni-Matti Karjalainen and Ulrike Rahe (144-149)
Designing Aesthetic Freeform Objects: A Course for Industrial Design Engineering Students
Christian Wölfel and Johannes Uhlmann (150-155)
Overcoming the Complexity of Teaching Form and Detail Aesthetics in Product Design Education
James Berry (156-161)
Co-design Involving People with Disabilities
Hua Dong and Bella Vivat (162-167)
Extracting Meaning from User Research Data
Vignesh Sachidanandam and Carolina Gill (168-173)
Interdisciplinary Method Development for the Operationalisation of Product and Brand Communication
Manuela Lackus, Mario Kolar and Bernhard Rothbucher (174-179)
Discrete Observation as a Method of Identifying Real Design Needs
Vicky Lofthouse (180-185)
Ethnography and Design
Paul Rodgers and Mike Anusas (186-191)
Ergonomic Adaptation of Musical Materials Project: First Experience Feedbacks of a Two-Year Multidisciplinary Human Experience of Mechanical Engineering Students
Guillaume Thomann, Alain Dodonato, Jacques Cordier and Julie Thony (192-197)
A Grand Day Out: Empathic Approaches to Design
Julian Malins and Deana McDonagh (198-203)
Designing for the Unknown: A Design Process for the Future Generation of Highly Interactive Systems and Products
Caroline Hummels and Joep Frens (204-209)
Trends and Technology; Using Furniture Design to Inform a Rigorous Design Education Process
Ian de Vere (210-215)
Embodying a Regenerative Reality
Brian Dougan (216-221)
How Industrial Design Knowledge Differs from Engineering Design Knowledge
Christian Wölfel (222-227)
Project-Based Product Development Education
Marina Novak and Bojan Dolšak (228-233)
Integrated Design Offers New Perspective in Design Education
Lau Langeveld (234-239)
Does the Introduction of Project-Based Learning to the Teaching of Engineering Design Increase Student Engagement?
Esther Perea (240-245)
A "Baby Designers" Approach: Making Trainees Aware of Main Principles of Collective Design within a Few Hours
Denis Choulier and Pierre Alain Weite (246-251)
Drawing Sounds
Andy Milligan, Pete Nixon, Linsey McIntosh and Kristen Baikie (252-258)
Improving the Design Student Experience
Avril Thomson, Hilary Grierson, Peter Ball and Kepa Mendibil (261-266)
Putting Students on the Map
Alex Milton (267-272)
Non-Linear Usability: A Shift in Our Orientation from Task Driven to Experience Driven Applications
Brian Stone and Daniel Alenquer (273-278)
Prospective Design through Collaborative Workshops between Enterprises and Design Schools: The HP & Elisava Design School Experience
Guido Charosky and Jordi Morillo (279-284)
Development of a Tool for a Course in Design and Technology for the Secondary School in Norway
Marikken Hoiseth and Bjorn Baggerud (285-290)
Mechanical Design Learning Environments based on Virtual Reality Technologies
Maura Mengoni and Michele Germani (291-296)
Improving Profitability of Design Engineer Contractors in the Process Industry through Design Education and Training
Darryl Okey, Kevin Ions and Ahmed Abbas (297-302)
Introducing Co-Design with Customers in 3D Virtual Space
James Arnold (303-308)
The Challenges of Assessing Digital Product Design
Martin Mathias, Xavier Velay and Russell Wade (309-314)
Plastics Design Teamwork on a Shared Virtual Desktop
Sanna Nykanen, Timo Ovaska and Teppo Vienamo (315-320)
Design Mapping: Supporting Collaborative Advanced Design Projects with Mapping Techniques
Mark Richter, Jürgen Rambo and Christian Geis (321-326)
Design Methodology for Solving Unknown Problems in the Models and Prototypes Development Laboratory of the Universidad Simon Bolivar
Renzo Boccardo (327-332)
The Delivery of Green Design Techniques in an Immersive Learning Environment
Paul Wilgeroth, Glynn Stockton and Steve Gill (333-338)
The [Design of] Educational Space: A Process-Centred Built Pedagogy
Ana Luz (339-344)
The Dilemma - The Creation of Forms via Digital or Manual Models
Bente Dahl Thomsen and Marianna Chraudin (345-350)
Steps to an Ecology of Product Innovation
Seaton Baxter and Fraser Bruce (353-358)
Project-Based Learning in Undergraduate Courses at the University of Stuttgart - Experience and Challenges
Robert Watty and Hansgeorg Binz (359-364)
On the Role of Formgiving in Design
Shahriman Zainal Abidin, Jóhannes Sigurjonsson, Andre Liem and Martina Keitsch (365-370)
Are Guitars so Different? The Case for Integrated Product Design Degree Programmes
Eddie Norman (371-376)
Product Scotland: Bringing Designers, Anthropologists, Artists and Engineers Together
Paul Rodgers, Jon Rogers, Mike Anusas, Alex Milton, Jon Pengelly, Craig Whittet, John Marshall, Will Titley, Angus Colvin, Michael Smyth, Cezanne Charles and Michelle Kasprzak (377-382)
Discussions for Product Development Support and the Development of a Training Programme making use of gaps in design evaluation between user groups
Haruka Sogabe, Yoshitsugu Morita and Shinsuke Ishibashi (383-388)
Curriculum for PG Programme in Digital Design: Research and Industry Oriented
Mamata Rao (389-394)
Fully Integrating Industrial Design into Engineering Education
Günter Kranke (395-400)
The /d.search-labs: Using the Power of Design to Integrate Design Education, Research and Innovation in the Context of Ambient Intelligence
Stephan Wensveen (401-406)
The Role of Engineering Courses in Industrial Design Education: A Case Study at the University of Botswana
Richie Moalosi and Shorn Molokwane (407-411)
The Aesthetic Treatise Crossing Two (Different) Cultures and Disciplines in Education
Shorn Molokwane and Joaquim Lloveras (412-416)
Product Visualization Praxis and its Integration to Academic Curricula
Marco Calderon (417-422)
A Competency-Directed Curriculum for Industrial Design Engineering
Norbert Roozenburg, Ernest van Breemen and Sylvia Mooy (423-428)
An Interuniversitary Education Concept for Collaborative Product Development
Jorg Feldhusen, Alex Brezing, Frederik Bungert, Manuel Lower, Hyunjune Yim and Kuen Lee (429-434)
Bionic Design in Industrial Design Education at University of Tehran
Jamshid Emami, Mahshid Tashakori and Zahra Tashakorinia (435-440)
Here and There – What Design-Oriented and Research-Oriented Curricula Can Learn from Each Other
Bart-Jan van Putten (441-446)
Bridging the Gap Between Product Design and Product Engineering
Guido De Grande and Chris Baelus (447-452)
Future Directions for Technology Education in Botswana: Challenges and Implications
Olefile Bethuel Molwane, Victor Ruele and Chinandu Mwendapole (453-482)
An Evaluation of Existing Online Learning and Teaching Resources for the Socio-Centric Aspects of Sustainable Design
Tania Humphries-Smith (485-490)
Strategies for Teaching Sustainable Design Practice with Product Design Students
Jennifer Loy (491-496)
Connecting Sustainability to the Design Process
Julian Lindley (497-502)
Implications of Product System Architecture on Design Sustainability
Mark Steiner and Jeff Morris (503-508)
Discussion of Environmental News in the Framework of an Ecodesign Course
Joaquim Lloveras (509-514)
Eco-Design Perspective in the Engineering Education at Poznan University of Technology
Zbigniew Klos, Jedrzej Kasprzak and Przemyslaw Kurczewski (515-520)
Giving the Product a Voice: Users and Information in Sustainable Systems
Paul Scudieri and Carolina Gill (521-526)
Reflection on being a Designer
Marieke Sonneveld and Paul Hekkert (529-534)
Ways to Encourage Reflection on Design Methodology and Professional Practice
Kristina Lauche, Carlos Cardoso, Petra Badke-Schaub and Norbert Roozenburg (535-540)
How To Analyse Collaborative Practices of Engineering Students?
Jeremy Legardeur, Olivier Zephir and Stephanie Minel (541-546)
Development of Collaborative and Social Skills through Multidisciplinary Design Projects
Gregory Huet, Daniel Spooner, Aurelian Vadean, Tatiana Leblanc, Ricardo Camarero and Clement Fortin (547-552)
Multidisciplinary Team Communication through Visual Representations
Merce Graell-Colas and Carolina Gill (555-560)
Visualising Academia: How to Make Academia Attractive (A Teaching Case Study highlighting the visual essay as a creative means of teaching academic practice)
Leslie Arthur and Phillipa Martin (561-566)
Team Role Self-Perception Inventory: A Tool for Developing Creativity
Roger Griffiths, Bethan Gordon and Darren Walker (567-572)
Semiotics, Design Character Language
Bob Eves and Jon Hewitt (573-578)
Distributed Design Information & Knowledge: Storage and Strategy
Hilary Grierson and William Ion (579-584)
Manufacturing Documentation – The Immediate Outcome of Design
Colin Ledsome (585-589)
Interactive, Multisensorial Teaching Aids for Design
Claudia Lopez, Deyanira Bedolla and Jorge Gil (590-595)
Discussion Paper: Issues Related to Conducting a Global Studio
Erik Bohemia, Kristina Lauche and Kerry Harman (596-602)
Infant Safety In Ambulances: Learning from Collaborative Innovation
Dosun Shin (605-610)
Basis for Elaboration of a Creative Process in Organisations that Develop Technological Innovation
Juan Manuel Montes Hincapie and Patricia Regino Maldonado (611-616)
Embedding Ecodesign and Sustainability in Mainstream Design Education: Insights from Wales
Simon O'Rafferty, Hannah Curtis and Frank O'Connor (617-622)
An Integrated Approach to Sustainable Design Education
Rhoda Trimingham, Vicky Lofthouse, Eddie Norman, Tracy Bhamra and Nigel Zanker (623-628)
Graduating Product Designers and their Attitudes towards Design Responsibility: A Survey
Stacey Birkett, Peter Lloyd and Steve Garner (631-636)
Social and Technical Aspects of an Academic Virtual Enterprise in the Global Market
Ahmed Kovacevic, Vignesh Rakocevic and Agnes Wilinska (637-642)
A Novel Design Education Approach for Professional Global Product Realization
Nuša Fain, Niels Moes, Ellemieke van Doorn and Jože Duhovnik (643-648)
International Collaborative Design Studio Project: Preparing Industrial Design Students for the Global Emerging Economy, Part 3
Mauricio Novoa (649-654)
Design Education and Climate Change
Luis Pons (655-660)
Aspects of the Capacities of the Workers in the Mexican SME’s before the Technological Innovation
Alfonso Salazar (661-665)
A Task-Based Approach to Global Design Education
Andrew Wodehouse, Caroline Breslin, Philip Farrugia, Hilary Grierson, William Ion, Neeraj Sonalkar and Ian de Vere (666-672)
Using Film to Demonstrate Practical Skills in a Blended Learning Environment
Judith Hills (675-680)
Teaching and Assessing CAD Using Online Demonstrations
Derek Covill, Tim Katz and Richard Morris (681-686)
Engineering Sketching, Gesture Drawing and 'How-To' Videos to Improve Visualization
Marjan Eggermont, Phillip du Plessix and Colin McDonald (687-692)
No Matter Where You Are: Tutorials at a Distance
Cherie Lebbon (693-698)
Emulation of Real Life Environments for User Testing
Bethan Gordon, Paul Wilgeroth and Roger Griffiths (699-703)
Intelligent System Applied in Engineering Design Education Process
Bojan Dolšak and Marina Novak (704-709)
Knowledge Based Design Education
Vicente Chulvi, David Cebrian-Tarrason, Daniel Garrain, Jessica Abad-Kelly, Rosario Vidal, Marta Royo, Carlos Mu?oz and Vicente Franco (710-715)
Links Between CAD and Creativity: Reality or Myth?
Aede Hatib Musta'amal, Tony Hodgson and Eddie Norman (716-721)
Possibilities and Pitfalls with Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing: "The Role of These Emerging Technologies in Design Education"
Martin Mathias, Tim Reynolds and Xavier Velay (722-727)
Emotion Capture as a Design Education Tool
Mary Duffy, David Harrison and Bruce Wood (728-733)
Sustainable Living - A Multiplayer Educational Game Based on Ecodesign
Peter Judmaier, Maria Huber, Margit Pohl, Markus Rester and Daniela Leopold (734-739)
Development of an Online Coaching Tool for Mechanics of Materials Analysis in Design Projects
Eric van der Voort, Anton Heidweiller and Katrijn Coninx (740-745)
Interactive Tutorial on the Tools of Collaborative Design of a CAD Platform
Carlos Rodriguez, Camilo Estrada and Ivan Esparragoza (746-752)
Reflective Morphological Overviews as Part of Continuous Professional Development for Integral Design
Wim Zeiler and Perica Savanovic (755-760)
Life After the Party: Student Experiences and Graduate Expectations
Martyn Evans and Jon Spruce (761-766)
Leveraging Student Co-op Design Experience Using Case Studies
Steve Lambert, Colin Campbell and Oscar Nespoli (767-772)
Managing Industry Collaboration: Providing an Education Model in a Client-Led Project
Ian de Vere (773-778)
Design as a Medium for the Traditional Portuguese Goldsmithing: The Nuance Project
Ermanno Aparo, Liliana Soares and Teresa Pataco (779-784)
Analysis of the Abilities Developed by a Practical Placement in Building Engineering at Universitat Jaume 1
Teresa Gallego, Belinda Lopez-Mesa and Angel Pitarch (785-790)
Abstract Product Design for Engineering Collaborations across Different Firms
Valenti Comas (791-796)
Improving Learning Results with Peer Evaluation
Timo Kallela, Minna Lanz, Leena Rapo and Asko Riitahuhta (799-804)
Enabling Key Competencies by Educational Project Work Exemplified by Teamwork and Cooperation
Albert Albers, Norbert Burkardt, Tobias Deigendesch and Mirko Meboldt (805-810)
Design Education with Simulation Games
Tero Juuti, Poul Kyvsgaard Hansen, Timo Lehtonen (811-816)
Assessment Issues in a Professionally Orientated Product Design Course
Tim Katz, Derek Covill, Richard Morris and Reza Mortezaei (817-822)
Using Pro-Active Evaluation Methods to Improve Course Evaluation in Design Education
André Liem (823-828)
Doing Your Own Thing Your Own Way: The Development of an MSc in Enterprise by Learning Contract
Chris Dowlen and Lee Rose (829-)
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