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DS 73-1 Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Design Creativity Volume 1

DS 73-1 Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Design Creativity  Volume 1

Year: 2012

Editor: Duffy, A.; Nagai, Y.: Taura, T.

ISBN: 978-1-904670-39-1

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Description

Design Creativity is a challenging but core topic of study in design. It encapsulates the essence of originality of new concepts and the evolution of our society.These proceedings present articles of the second conference on Design Creativity (ICDC 2012). The aim of the biennial conference is to provide an international forum to present and discuss the latest findings in the nature and potential of design creativity from both theoretical and methodological viewpoints. ICDC is an official conference promoted by the Design Creativity Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Design Society.

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Design Cognition Differences When Using Structured and Unstructured Concept Generation Creativity Techniques
J. S. Gero; H. Jiang; C. B. Williams (3-12)
Creative Processes in Groups – Relating Communication, Cognitive Processes and Solution Ideas
H. H. Farzaneh; M. K. Kaiser; U. Lindemann (13-22)
Physical Examples in Engineering Idea Generation: an Experimental Investigation
V. Viswanathan; J. Linsey (23-32)
Cognitive Load Management and Architectural Design Outcomes
A. Mohamed-Ahmed; N. Bonnardel; P. Côté; S. Tremblay (33-44)
Using AI to Evaluate Creative Designs
M. L. Maher; D. H. Fisher (45-54)
Dubious Role of Formal Creativity Techniques in Professional Design
M. Laakso; L. A. Liikkanen (55-64)
Toward a Constrating Oriented Pragmatism Understanding of Design Creativity
M. M. Biskjaer; P. Dalsgaard (65-74)
Creativity, Surprise & Design: An Introduction and Investigation
D. C. Brown (75-86)
Play, Autonomy and the Creative Process
G. H. Loudon; G. M. Deininger; B. S. Gordon (87-96)
The Design of Narrative Jewelry as a Perception in Action Process
Á. Pereira; K. Tschimmel (97-106)
The Investigation on the Effects of Prior Experience on the Product Designers‘ Creativity
X. Yuan; W. Chiu; J. Lee; Y. Wu (107-116)
Enhancing the Understanding of Statistical Data Through the Creation of Physical Objects
I. Gwilt; A. Yoxall; K. Sano (117-126)
Influences of Design Tools on Concepts Generation
G.V. Annamalai Vasantha; A. Chakrabarti; J. Corney (127-136)
Consideration of Material Behaviour in the Creative Design Process: A Perspective from Structural Engineering
T.J Hay; D Lee; O.P Larsen (137-146)
Variation in Creative Behaviour During the Later Stages of the Design Process
C. M. Snider; P. J. Cash; E. A. Dekoninck; S. J. Culley (147-156)
"Critical Mass of Ideas": A Model of Incubation in Brainstorming
R. Sosa; J. S. Gero (157-168)
Collaborative Stimulation of Memory Retrieval in Creative Design
J. Sauder; Y. Jin (169-178)
The Language of Abduction in Choosing Innovation
A. Dong; R. Mounarath; D. Lovallo (179-188)
Find Your Inspiration: Exploring Different Levels of Abstraction in Textual Stimuli
M. Gonalves; C. Cardoso; P. Badke-Schaub (189-198)
A Visual Representation to Characterize Moment to Moment Concept Generation in Design Teams
N. S. Sonalkar; A. O. Mabogunje; L. J. Leifer (199-210)
Amabile‘s Consensual Assessment Technique: Why Has It Not Been Used more in Design Creativity Research?
K. K. Jeffries (211-220)
Situated Creativity Inspired in Parametric Design Environments
R. Yu; N. Gu; M. Ostwald (221-230)
A Proposal of Metrics to Assess the Creativity of Designed Services
Y. Borgianni; G. Cascini; F. Rotini (231-240)
Situated Design Thinking: Experientially Based Design Approaches
B. Tan (241-252)
Creativity in Car Design – The Behaviour at the Edges
C. Dowlen (253-262)
Cultural drivers in product development: an historical case study
A. J.Wodehouse; A. Tindley (263-272)
How Design Theories Support Creativity – An Historical Perspective
P. Le Masson; A. Hatchuel; B. Wei (273-286)
Perceptions of Creativity amongst University Design Tutors
P. Jones; P. A. Rodgers; B. Nicholl (287-296)
Characterizing activities that promote ideation – Survey construction targeting reflictive pRactices
R. M. Currano; M. Steinert (297-306)
Fewer Constraints More Creativity? Insights from an Educational Science Fiction Project
K. Thoring; R. M. Mueller (307-316)
Creativity in craft led design: the Tools are the rules
L. MacLachlan; C. Earl; C. Eckert (317-326)
ds conferenceICDC 2012: The 2nd International Conference on Design Creativity

ICDC 2012: The 2nd International Conference on Design CreativityDesign Creativity is an important and interesting topic of study in design. Since it involves the profound and essential nature of design, design creativity is expected to be a key in not only addressing the social problems that we are facing, but also producing an innate appreciation for beauty and happiness in our minds. In order to elucidate the nature of design creativity, the following issues are being studied: - Cognitive processes underlying design creativity - Computational models of design...

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