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DS 78: Proceedings of the 16th International conference on Engineering and Product Design Education (E&PDE14), Design Education and Human Technology Relations, University of Twente, The Netherlands, 04-05.09.2014

Year: 2014

Editor: Erik Bohemia, Arthur Eger, Wouter Eggink, Ahmed Kovacevic, Brian Parkinson, Wessel Wits

Series: E&PDE

ISBN: 978-1-904670-56-8

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EventTable of Contents
The Role of Learning- and Presentation- Portfolios in Design Educations
Bente Dahl Thomsen, Nis Ovesen (002-007)
Design Pedagogy and the Threshold of Uncertainty
Michael John Tovey, Jane Osmond (008-013)
Explore, Adapt and Reflect: Educating Design Students in Translating Design Supporting Techniques across Domains
Jos Thalen, Mascha van der Voort, Julia Garde (014-019)
From Gestalt to Experiencing – 2D/3D Design Fundamentals Education in Different Contexts
Christian W (020-025)
Pedagogy: Leading Technology
Phillipa Marsh, Les Arthur (026-029)
Eco-Car: A Perfect Vehicle for Technical Design Teaching?
Lyndon Buck (1), Christian McLening (2), Jonathan Burgess (2) (030-035)
Teaching Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration in Design Projects with Engineering and Medical Students
Stephan Fox (1), Vartan Kurtcuoglu (2), Mirko Meboldt (1) (036-041)
Media and Representations in Product Design Education
Maral Babapour, Viktor Hjort af Orn (042-047)
The Research Paper as an Object of Communication in Industrial Design Educations
Bente Dahl Thomsen (1), Lars Botin (2) (048-053)
Roadmap and Toolbox for the Ideation Stage of the Development Process of Product Service Systems
Ivo Dewit, Dries De Roeck, Chris Baelus (054-059)
Corporate Co-operation in Design Education in Light of Situated Learning
Tore Gulden, Bente Skjelbred (060-065)
Introducing the LogCal: Template-Based Documentation Support for Educational Design Thinking Projects
Axel Menning (1), Thomas Beyhl (2), Holger Giese (2), Ulrich Weinberg (1), Claudia Nicolai (1) (068-073)
eLearning and eMaking in Product Design Education
Jennifer Loy (074-079)
Technology and Interaction in the Realm of Social Design: Role, Influence and Value
In (080-086)
Where's my Robot? Integrating Human Technology Relations in the Design Curriculum
Wouter Eggink (087-092)
Introduction of Issues Regarding People with Special Needs to Design Education
Pavlina Georgieva Zabunova, Yordanka Tsvetanova (093-098)
Raising Designers' Awareness of User Experience by Mobile Eye Tracking Records
Moritz Mussgnug, Quentin Lohmeyer, Mirko Meboldt (099-104)
Reflection in Design Education Using Visual Technology
Einar Stoltenberg, Vibeke Sj (105-110)
Anthropometrics 2.0: Enrichment of Classical Anthropometry through Multidisciplinary Collaboration
Stijn Verwulgen (1), Daniel Lacko (1,2), Guido De Bruyne (1), Femke Danckaers (2), Naomi Christis (3), Jan Sijbers (2), Toon Huysmans (2) (111-116)
Application of VR Technology in Design Education
Hailu Gebretsadik Teklemariam, Vikramjit Kakati, Amarendra Kumar Das (117-122)
How Universal Design Principles can Enhance the Interface of 3D Printing Programs
Linn Steen-Hansen, Maud Veronica Gine Lundh, Weiqin Chen (123-128)
Political Action and Implicit Knowledge in Engineering Education: A Case Study
Sergio Bromberg (1), Viviana Polo (2) (130-134)
A Participative and Socially Interactive Approach to the Teaching- Learning Process in Industrial Design
Juan Carlos Briede Westermeyer (1), Marcela Mora (1), Jorge Cartes (1), Marcela P (135-140)
A Working Model to increase Awareness of Social Impact
Jantine Bouma (141-146)
An Integrated Social Interactive Tool to Improve Knowledge Sharing among Students
Way Kiat Bong, Xiangyang Yang, Yang Yang, Anqi Zhao, Weiqin Chen (147-152)
"Should I Patent This?"
Bryan Howell (153-158)
Public Bicycles: How the Concept of Human-Oriented ‘Mobility Sharing’ Technology can Influence Travel Behaviour Norms and Reshape Design Education
Alexandros Nikitas, Pontus Wallgren, Ulrike Rahe (159-164)
Supporting the Early Stages of the Product Design Process: Using an Integrated Collaborative Environment
Julian Malins (1), Aggelos Liapis (2), Julia Kantorovitch (3), Panos Markopoulous (4), Richard Laing (1), Alexandros Didaskalou (5), Karin Coninx (6) and Fiona Maciver (1) (166-171)
Understanding Through Making
Julian Lindley, Richard Adams, John Beaufoy, Stephen McGonigal (172-177)
The Wild, The Pub, The Attic and The Workplace: A Tool for Negotiating a Shared Vision on Creative Learning Spaces
Bruno Setola (1), Bas Leurs (2) (178-183)
How Interactive can a Lecture Become?
Mehran Koohgilani (184-189)
The Mindcard Concept: Increasing Interaction in Small Group Learning Settings
Moritz Mussgnug, Stefan Bo (190-196)
On Grouping Students and Work Topic Choice in Courses of Learning by Projects
Joaquim Lloveras (197-202)
Demonstration and Evaluation in Design: Debating the Use of the Master-Apprentice Model in Virtual Learning Environmental
Aysar Ghassan, Cyriel Diels, Alan Barrett (203-208)
Personalizing our Approach to Design
Jennifer Liane Siggard, Tressa Ellen Furner, Cecily Sumsion (1), David Morgan (2) (209-212)
Improving Engineering Education Through Distributed Development Projects
Joachim Langenbach (1), Arne Deiters (2), Amy Hortop (3), Roland Lachmayer (2), Armin Lohrengel (1), Thomas Vietor (3) (213-219)
Harvesting Collective Trend Observations from Large Scale Study Trips
Kaare Eriksen, Nis Ovesen (219-224)
Why Designers and Philosophers Should Meet in School
Liesbeth Stam, Wouter Eggink (226-231)
Cultural Study in Design: In Search of a Meaningful Approach
Annemiek van Boeijen (232-237)
The Difference in Communication Between Architects and Engineers and the Effectiveness within Integral Design
Wim Zeiler (238-243)
Fostering Professionalism
Colin Ledsome (244-248)
Product Design Education: Different Perspectives
Christopher John Connor (1), Mark Beckwith (2) (249-254)
Culturally Influenced Learning: Why do some Students have Difficulty Visualising in 3D?
Mark Milne, Richard Morris, Tim Katz, Derek Covill, Eddy Elton (255-262)
Preserving Culture in Design
Troy Austin Leininger (263-267)
Problem Based Learning versus Design Thinking in Team Based Project Work
Marianne Stokholm (268-274)
Curious Directions for Product Designers: How Technology is Affecting Medical Design Practice
Jennifer Loy (276-281)
Increasing Police Trustworthiness through a User-Oriented Design Approach.
Bente Moen, Jarle Fosse, Arild Berg (282-287)
Workshop “Product Design for Elderly” in China: Design Education and Experience
Lau Langeveld (288-293)
Muses in Design: A Comparison of Inspiration Techniques in Product Form Giving Education
Maaike Mulder-Nijkamp (1), Jan Corremans (2) (294-300)
Designers in Design Thinking
Erika Braun, Jessica Moreland, Emma Sanders, Carolina Gill (302-307)
HCD in a Quasi-Market: Lessons from a Design Project in Kebri Beyah Refugee Camp, Ethiopia
Kathinka Hasselknippe, Gudrun Reikvam and Brita Fladvad Nielsen (308-313)
Collaborative Innovation: A Study of Creative Teamwork in Offshore Industry and in Design Education
Nenad Pavel (1), Arild Berg (1,2) (314-319)
Computer Aided Cost Estimating
Huub Ehlhardt (320-326)
Designing Home Decor Products for Umbra, within the International Collaboration format as an Academic Experience for Undergraduate Students
Alejandra Mar (328-333)
Virtual Product Engineering Network crosses Industry and University Chasm
Michael Bitzer, Sebastian Handschuh, Martin Langlotz (334-339)
Facilitating Transition to Team Based Design Education
Christian Tollestrup (340-345)
Flyable – Design of Fuselage for Two Seater Aircraft to be Flown by a Disabled Pilot: Learning Outcomes from Different Approaches to Lectures
Katherine Frost, Sara Linda, Ahmed Kovacevic, Sham Rane (346-352)
From Learning to Experiencing Principles of Engineering Design at the TUM
Ioanna Michailidou, Michael Roth, Udo Lindemann (354-359)
Waste as a Starting Point - How to Educate Design Students to Become Active Agents in Closing Material Loops
Isabel Ordo (360-365)
New Competencies Required in Future Development of Design Education
Nicola Crea (366-371)
1 Shade of Grey:Simplify to Excel in Sketching for IndustrialDesign Engineers
John Daniel (372-376)
Teaching Design Engineering in an Interdisciplinary Programme
Wessel Wits, Jasper Homminga, Maaike Endedijk, Klaasjan Visscher, Leonie Krab-H (377-383)
Social Cohesion Design, A Course for Designing Community Integrated Product Systems
Clemes de Lange (1,2), Tjamme Wiegers (2), Jors Vergeest (2) (384-389)
Experience, Design, A Student Pop-Up Shop
Andrew Forkes, Barney Townsend (390-395)
Development of the Material Selection Practice in the Design Education – A Study Exploring Articulation of Material Requirements
Karen Marie Hasling (1), Torben Lenau (2) (396-401)
Flat Design vs. Skeuomorphism – Effects on Learnability and Image Attributions in Digital Product Interfaces
David Oswald, Steffen Kolb (402-407)
Supporting the STEM Transition between School and University
Avril Thomson, Phillip Sayer, Andrew McLaren and Derek Little (408-413)
Enhancing Student Motivation – “Raise the Bar”
Anders H (414-419)
A Series of Student Design Projects for Improving and Modernizing Safety Helmets
Johannes de Boer (1,2), Margot Stilma (1), Karin van Beurden (1), Wouter Teeuw (1) (420-425)
Insects Au Gratin - An Investigation into the Experiences of Developing a 3D Printer that uses Insect Protein Based Flour as a Building Medium for the Production of Sustainable Food
Susana Soares, Andrew Forkes (426-431)
The Capability Approach: Theoretical Discussion in Light of a Design Project
Julie Grande, Brita Fladvad Nielsen (432-436)
Representation and Evaluation of Product Design in Research Assessment Exercises: A Case Study of the UK Ref 2014
Carmel Maher (1), Mark Hadfield (2), Maggie Hutchings (3), Adam de Eyto (4) (437-442)
New Design is Bigger and Harder - Design Mastery in a Changing World
Mark Bailey, Mersha Aftab,Trevor Duncan (443-448)
Positive Ethics in Design Education
Marina Henrieke Sonneveld (450-455)
Can Folding a Product Foster Emotional Attachment?
David Morgan (456-460)
Olfactory Considerations in Design, A New Dimension to Product Experience
Brecht Daams (461-466)
Re-Assessment of the Crafted Means of Production in Industrial Design
Jorge Andres Caro del Castillo Hernandez, Arild Berg (467-472)
Promoting Environmental Sustainability by Fostering a Culture of Material Ethics
Shannon Chance (1), Pearl O'Rourke (2) (473-478)
Emotion Eliciting in Affective Design
Yoke-Chin Lai (479-484)
Ethics – Research, Engineering Design …They’re All the Same Aren’t They?
Tania Humphries-Smith (1), Gordon Blount (2), John Powell (1) (485-490)
When Global Design Meets European Global Product Realisation- Design Techniques and Challenges
Resham Advani, Katherine Frost, Elton Gwashavanhu, Sara Linda, Sham Rane, Matthew Read, Mohamoud Samatar, Sultan Shafiq, Mohammed Sharif (492-497)
An Assessment of Internationalization Impact on Engineering Education Quality Scores: A Brazilian Case Study
Anderson Edilson Presoto, Isabela Mantovani Fontana, Roberta Souza (498-503)
Container Challenge – Protyping Distributed Collaboration
Joona Kurikka (1,2),Tuuli Maria Utriainen (1,2) (504-509)
Establishing and Leveraging Networks in Design Education Innovation Projects
Nicholas Spencer (1), Roderick Walden (2), Benny Leong (3), Mark Bailey (1), Mersha Aftab (1) (510-515)
Homecare Future Scenario Development by Students in a Multidisciplinary Setting
Margot Stilma (1), Fenne Verhoeven (2), Karin van Beurden (1) (516-522)
Educating Designers from Generation Y – Challenges and Alternatives
Miroslava Petrova (524-529)
A New Consumerism: The Influence of Social Technologies on Product Design
Ian de Vere (530-536)
RP vs Workshop: How Modelling Methods affect Early Design Development
Gary Underwood (537-542)
Integrative Product Creation – Results from a New Course in a Learning Factory
Sinan Ugurlu, Detlef Gerhard (543-548)
Putting Something into Play – Reflections on Video as a Creative Tool in Design
Vibeke Sj (549-554)
A Traditional Approach to 3D Printing
Julian Lindley, Richard Adams, John Beaufoy, Stephen McGonigal (555-560)
How to Educate for Creativity in Creative Technology?
Angelika Mader, Edwin Dertien (562-567)
A Design Process for Creative Technology
Angelika Mader (1), Wouter Eggink (2) (568-573)
Using Design Heuristics in Idea Generation: Does it Take Expertise to Benefit?
Markus Voss, Thorsten Sauer, Hulusi Bozkurt (574-579)
Facilitating Students’ Design Sensitivity and Creativity in Design Detailing and Materialisation through Physical Models and Prototypes
Siti Salwa Isa, Andre Liem, Bj (580-585)
3D Printing: Improving Creativity and Digital-to-Physical Relationships in CAD Teaching
Jeff Barrie (586-591)
Observation: Listen with Our Eyes and Look with Our Ears
Amos Scully (592-598)
Metaphors in Design Curricula
Viktor Hiort af Orn (600-605)
Integrating Different User Involvement Methods in Design Curriculum
Martina Maria Keitsch (606-611)
The Missing Link: Co-Creation Through Design Engineering Projects
Nigel Garland, Zulfiqar Khan (612-617)
ETH Focus Projects – Successful Approaches for Project-Based Education in Engineering Design
Marius St (618-623)
New Teaching Designs Applied in Engineering Schools: An Empirical Case Study on Non Technical Subjects
Anderson Edilson Presoto, Lucas Baldichia, Ana L (624-630)
Sustainable Design Technology: A Case Study of a Master Student’s Lamp Project
Arild Berg, Einar Stoltenberg, Janne Reitan (632-637)
Open Design as an Education Tool in Architectural Studies
Alexandros Theocharis Vazakas (638-643)
Evaluating Learning Outcomes of Soft Skills in Mechanical Engineering Education
Jan Breitschuh (1), Annica Helmich (2), Albert Albers (1), Gerd Gidion (2) (644-649)
A Case Study on the Design of a Modular Surgical Instrument for Removing Metastases using Engineering Design Tools
George Preca (1), Philip Farrugia (1), Aaron Casha (2) (650-656)
Personas and Role-Play Help Students (and Designers) Experiencing Reality
Gerard van Os, Karin van Beurden (657-662)
Integral Design: The New Necessary Professional Skills for Architects and Engineers for their Role in Sustainable Development
Wim Zeiler (663-668)
Demanding it All from the Novice Mechanical Engineer through Design and Manufacture
Marc Masen (1), Andrew Brand (1), Yanliuxing Yan (1), Julie Varley (1), Peter Spence (1,2), Peter Childs(1) (669-674)
Exploring the Evolution of a Mousetrap
Gunnar Gundersen (676-681)
Design Reasoning Patterns in NPD Education Design
Tero Sakari Juuti (1), Timo Lehtonen (1), Kaisu R (682-687)
An Experience-Based Approach to Teaching Product Design
Juan Jauregui Becker, Wessel Wits (688-693)
Shared Memory in Design Complexity
Nenad Pavel (1), Arild Berg (1,2) (694-699)
Teaching Ethics in Engineering and Design, the Necessity of Concurrent Engineering.
Carlos Alberto Gonz (700-705)
Aesthetics versus Usability: What Drives our Product Choices?
Stephen Trathen (706-712)
Accommodating Different Learning Styles: Bridging Math and Form
Nis Ovesen (714-719)
Where Design and Electronics Meet: Integrate Electronics in Product Design
Tommie Varekamp, Ianus Keller, Jo Geraedts (720-725)
Teaching Digital Technologies in Industrial/Product Design Courses in Portugal
Ana Cristina Dias, Rita Assoreira Almendra, Fernando Moreira da Silva (726-731)
3D CAD and Mental Scaling in the Product Design Process: Exploring the Creativity Potential in Design Education
Harald Skulberg (732-737)
The Challenges of Developing Styling DNA Design Methodologies for Car Design
Shahriman Zainal Abidin (1,2), Azlan Othman (1), Zafruddin Shamsuddin (1), Zaidy Samsudin (1), Halim Hassan (1) (738-743)
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