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DS82: Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education (E&PDE15), Great Expectations: Design Teaching, Research & Enterprise, Loughborough, UK, 03-04.09.2015

Year: 2015

Editor: Guy Bingham, Darren Southee, John McCardle, Ahmed Kovacevic, Erik Bohemia, Brian Parkinson

Series: E&PDE

ISBN: 978-1-904670-62-9

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SCIENCE INFORMED DESIGN: INVOLVING THE PHYSICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES
John R McCardle (002-007)
ARE WE ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS? RETHINKING POST-GRADUATE DESIGN EDUCATION TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE VISIONS FOR THE FUTURE
Clare Brass (1), Francesco Mazzarella (2) (008-013)
Design Management
Colin Ledsome (014-018)
MOVEMENT IN AESTHETIC FORM CREATION
Bente Dahl Thomsen (019-024)
RULES AND COMPLEX THINKING IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Tore Gulden, Vibeke Sjřvoll (025-030)
COLLABORATING ON A CASE-BASED COURSE IN QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL
Lyndia Stacey, Ada Barlatt, Steve Lambert (032-037)
VISUAL COMMUNICATION OF DESIGN PRINCIPLES IN A COMPLEX KINETIC CONSTRUCTION
Gunnar H Gundersen, Arild Berg (038-043)
UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY EXPERIENCES. CASE OF A UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY-ADMINISTRATION AGREEMENT
Joaquim Lloveras (044-049)
INTEREST IN THE COMMERCIAL? USING COMMERCIAL DESIGN PROJECTS IN PEDAGOGY
James Meadwell, David Terris, Peter Ford (050-055)
PRINCIPLES GUIDING TEAMS IN NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
Moritz Mussgnug, Stefan Boës, Mirko Meboldt (056-061)
WHAT WE LEARN FROM EXPERTS ABOUT ENQUIRY WHEN WE ENGAGE IN PROBLEM SOLVING
Grietjie Haupt (062-068)
PROBLEM FRAMING AND DESIGN OPPORTUNITIES
Carolina Gill (1), Blaine Lilly (2), Paul Reeder (3) (069-074)
TOWARDS THE CHEQUERED FLAG: A COLLABORATIVE CROSS LEVEL ENGINEERING APPRECIATION CHALLENGE FOR BSC PRODUCT DESIGN STUDENTS
Matthew Watkins, Alan Crisp, Luke Harmer (075- 080)
INCREASING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL SUCCESS OF DESIGN SCHOOL SPIN-OUTS
Niall Deloughry (1), Renee Wever (2) (081-086)
AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO EMBEDDING THE GLOBAL DIMENSION INTO ENGINEERING DESIGN: EMPATHY, ENGAGEMENT AND CREATIVITY
Elizabeth Hauke (1), Katie Cresswell-Maynard (2), Daniel Craddock (3) (087-092)
HOW TO INCORPORATE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN IN THE INTERNATIONAL EUROPEAN PROJECT SEMESTER PROGRAMME: INSIGHTS FROM PRACTICE
Elli Verhulst (1), Sarah Rohaert (2), Karine Van Doorsselaer (2) (093-098)
USING ENGINEERING DESIGN TOOLS IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY DISTRIBUTED STUDENT TEAMS
James Mamo (1), Philip Farrugia (1), Jonathan Borg (1), Andrew Wodehouse(2), Hilary Grierson(2), Ahmed Kovacevic (3) (099-104)
WHY INTERNATIONALISATION OF DESIGN EDUCATION BENEFITS UK STUDENTS
Clive Hilton (105-110)
DESIGNLAB, MAKING SPACE FOR DOING DESIGN AS A PROCESS
Wouter Eggink (112-117)
A REFLECTION ON THE PRODUCING, DELIVERING AND RE-USING 'ASSETS' FOR MOOC'S
Dan Trowsdale, Gerard Duff (118-123)
MULTIPLE MEDIA STIMULUS IN PRODUCT DESIGN TEACHING: THE IMPORTANCE OF RICH MEDIA ENVIRONMENT
Harald Skulberg (124-129)
CONDITIONS FOR THE PROMOTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVE INDUSTRIES WITHIN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Maria Cristina Hernandez (1), Maria Paola Podesta (2), Beatriz Eugenia Bedoya (2) (130-135)
UTILIZING SMARTPHONES TO IMPROVE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ COLLABORATIVE WORK
Xiaolong Wu, Young Mi Choi, Clay Fenlason (136-141)
DESIGN PROCESS AND CONSCIOUS PROBLEM SOLVING THROUGH COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN EDUCATION
Nenad Pavel, Mikael Omlid (144-149)
VISUALISING WORKPLACE DESIGN
Anders Hĺkansson (1), Magnus Stenberg (2), John Daniel Öhrling (1) (150-155)
EVALUATION OF FLIPPED TEACHING METHODS FOR COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN
Jeff Barrie (156-161)
TEACHING ENGINEERING DRAWING IN A TECHNOLOGY CHANGING ENVIRONMENT
Joachim Lagenbach, Martina Wächter , Armin Lohrengel, Norbert Müller (162-167)
UNDERSTANDING AND CREATING 3D FORMS USING FAMILIAR OBJECTS
Mithra Zahedi, Zoubeir Azouz (168-173)
GENERATIVE PROTOTYPE ITERATION IN THE FRONT END OF THE DESIGN PROCESS
David McKenzie (176-181)
GOOD BENEFACTORS MANAGING DESIGN EXPECTATIONS
Vicki Thomas (182-187)
DEVELOPMENTS IN DESIGN PEDAGOGY
Michael Tovey (188-193)
TURNING INTERACTION DESIGN STUDENTS INTO CO-RESEARCHERS: HOW WE TRIED THIS AND SOMEWHAT FAILED
Oskar Rexfelt (1), Pontus Wallgren (1), Alexandros Nikitas(1,2) (194-199)
EDUCATING DESIGN PROFESSIONALS IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Fang Bin Guo, Jamie Finlay (200-205)
QUESTIONS OF VALUE - ETHICS IN THE DESIGN CURRICULUM
Viktor Hiort Af Ornäs (1), Martina Keitsch (2) (208-213)
SLOW FASHION IN THE SPORTS APPAREL INDUSTRY
Marte Sřderlund, Arild Berg (214-219)
WELL BEING AS A CRITERIA FOR PRODUCT DESIGN
Julian Lindley, Richard Adams (220-225)
USER INVOLVEMENT IN DESIGN OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES
Ann Kristin Forshaug, Jóhannes B Sigurjónsson (226-231)
THE PURPOSE OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN DEVELOPMENT – DILEMMA OF ETHICAL & SOCIAL ASPECTS OF DESIGN BACHELOR AND MASTER PROJECTS IN LATVIA
Aija Freimane (232-237)
INTRODUCING RESEARCH IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN TEACHING AS A MEANS TO ENHANCE THE DESIGN LEARNING PROCESS
Karel Vandenhende (240-245)
RP OR NOT RP: THAT IS THE CO-CREATION QUESTION
Mehran Koohgilani, John Powell, Gary Underwood (246-251)
AN INVESTIGATION OF WHAT FEEDBACK STUDENTS RECOGNISE AS FEEDBACK
Tania Humphries-Smith, Clive Hunt (252-257)
IS VIDEO FEEDBACK IN HIGHER EDUCATION WORTH A BYTE?
Anders Berglund (1), Phillip Tretten(2), Per Högström (3) (258-263)
ORGANIZATIONAL IDENTITY CONSTRUAL THROUGH DESIGN PROCESS
Nenad Pavel, Einar Stoltenberg (266-271)
FROM NATURES PROTOTYPES TO NATURAL PROTOTYPING
Fraser Bruce (1), Seaton Baxter (2) (272-277)
ORGANIC, BIONICS & BLOB DESIGN - CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL CLARIFICATION
Bente Dahl Thomsen (278-283)
BOUNDARY OBJECTS AS MEANS FOR KNOWLEDGE GENERATION IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Martina Maria Keitsch (284-289)
CRITICAL DESIGN FOR DISCUSSION ABOUT PUBLIC SPACE
Sunniva Műnster, Arild Berg (292-297)
DESIGNING FOR USER EXPERIENCE IN NORDIC SKIING
Hĺkon Stuler, Arild Berg (298-303)
USING SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT TO INSPIRE DESIGN LEARNING
Ian De Vere (1), Robert Phillips (2) (304-309)
SOCIAL PARTICIPATORY TEACHING AND LEARNING – LESSONS FROM A PARTNERSHIP OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGNERS AND LOCAL ARTISANS
Juan Carlos Briede (1), Marcela Cabello (1), Pablo Olivera (1), Marcela Mora (1), Marcela Pérez (2) (310-315)
WHAT DESIGN STUDENTS THINK ARE HOT TOPICS; AN ANALYSIS OF 20+ YEARS OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN MASTER PROJECTS
Casper Boks, Bjřrn Baggerud (318-323)
INTRODUCING INDUSTRIAL DESIGN TO THE STUDENTS OF RENAISSANCE ENGINEERING PROGRAMME: A PERSONAL EXPERIENCE
Peer Sathikh (324-329)
READING ASSISTANT: HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE WITH SYSTEMATIC DESIGN
Khalid Hamarsheh, Mohammed Al Hashimi, Zainab Al Hashimi (330-335)
WRITING A PHD IN DESIGN AND KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER - INTERDISCIPLINARY DESIGN EDUCATION (CASE STUDY TEXTILE ENGINEERING + DESIGN)
Marina-Elena Wachs (336-341)
SAND CASTING ON THE BEACH - INTRODUCING TRADITIONAL MAKING SKILLS, MATERIALS AND PROCESS THROUGH PLAY AND EXPERIMENTATION
Einar Stoltenberg (1), Richard Firth (2) (344-350)
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN: A PROFESSION BETWEEN ENGINEERING AND APPLIED ART
Martina Maria Keitsch (1), Eivind Prestholt (351-356)
HOW DESIGN REASONING PERSPECTIVES PROMOTES PROSPECTIVE ERGONOMICS WITHIN THE TEACHING OF STRATEGIC DESIGN
André Liem (357-362)
WHAT ARE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY FOR?
Darren Southee (363-368)
UNCONSCIOUS INTERACTION BETWEEN HUMAN COGNITION AND BEHAVIOUR IN EVERYDAY PRODUCT: A STUDY OF PRODUCT FORM ENTITIES THROUGH FREEHAND SKETCHING USING DESIGN SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS
Muhammad Jameel Mohamed Kamil (1,2), Shahriman Zainal Abidin (1) (369-374)
DESIGN OF PEDAGOGIC TOOLS FOR TEACHING MATERIALS IN PRODUCT DESIGN ENGINEERING
Luis Fernando Patińo Santa (375-380)
EXPLORING LASTING USER-PRODUCT RELATIONSHIPS, MEANING AND MATERIALITY
Clare Green (381-386)
OLD HOPES THROUGH NEW SCHEMES: A PATH TOWARDS INNOVATION
Andres Caro Del Castillo (387-392)
DESIGN STUDENTS AT THE CROSSROADS OF ADAPTION AND SELF-WILL
Julia Albrecht, Christoph Richter, Elisa Ruhl, Heidrun Allert (393-398)
MAKE YOUR BED AND LIE IN IT! LEARNING TO TAKE THE CONSEQUENCES OF DESIGN DECISIONS IN AN ENGINEERING DESIGN PROJECT
Markus Voß, Hulusi Bozkurt, Thorsten Sauer (400-405)
DESIGNING FOR MULTISENSORIAL INTERACTIVE PRODUCT EXPERIENCES
Bahar Sener (1, 2), Owain Pedgley (1) (406-411)
SUPPORTING VALIDATION ACTIVITIES AND SELFREFLECTION PROCESSES IN INTERDISCIPLINARY DESIGN TEAMS
Sven Matthiesen (1), Sebastian Schmidt (1), Simon Klingler (1), Tobias Pinner (1), Matthias Eisenmann (1), Julian Ludwig, Soeren Hohmann (2), Albert Albers (1) (418-423)
SURGICAL APPLIANCE DESIGN THROUGH STUDENT CO-CREATION AT PAL-WEEK
Nigel Garland (1), Zulfiqar Khan, Peter O’Kane (2) (424-429)
SCULPTURAL CUBISM IN PRODUCT DESIGN: USING DESIGN HISTORY AS A CREATIVE TOOL
Augustine Frimpong Acheampong, Arild Berg (432-437)
IDEA GENERATION: IS ILL-DEFINED BETTER FOR INNOVATION?
Christian Tollestrup (1), Linda Nhu Laursen (2) (438-443)
INNOVATION AND ACADEMIA — IPR OWNERSHIP IN THE UK
Matthias Hillner (1), Mandy Haberman (2), Ruth Soetendorp (2) (444-449)
DEVELOPING INNOVATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION: THE CATALYTIC EFFECT OF CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE
Chris Dowlen (450-455)
TECHNOLOGY AND FORM — DESIGN RIGHTS VERSUS PATENTS
Matthias Hillner (456-460)
FUTURE INDUSTRIAL DESIGN SPECIALISATIONS: A CENTRE FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPOSITES
Stephen Trathen (1), Eddi Pianca (1), Carlos Montana Hoyas (2), Bill Shelley (2) (462-467)
DEVELOPING RESEARCH INFORMED PRODUCT DESIGN RESOURCES TO SUPPORT TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE USE OF SKETCHES, DRAWINGS, MODELS AND PROTOTOYPES
Mark Evans (468-473)
EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL OF ENQUIRY-BASED LEARNING IN A PROCESS MODELLING COURSE
Hany Hassanin, Khamis Essa. Co-Author Kiran Gulia (474-479)
PROTOTYPING PUBLIC DESIGN EXPERIMENTS AS RESEARCH — THE PROJECT OF KIC SQUARE IN SHANGHAI
Duan Wu, Dongying Hu (480- 486)
ON THE APPROPRIATENESS OF APPROPRIATE JUDGEMENTS IN DESIGN EVALUATION
Cyriel Diels, Aysar Ghassan (487-492)
IMPROVING SKILLS IN PRODUCT DESIGN: EXPLORING SOLUTION SPACE AND THE IMPACT OF APPLIED MENTAL SCALING
Harald Skulberg (494-499)
THE PROBLEM REVISITED: TEACHING THE PBL APPROACH TO DESIGN STUDENTS
Nis Ovesen (500-505)
PROJECT TIME BOXING AND MILESTONES AS DRIVERS FOR OPEN DESIGN PROJECTS
Christian Tollestrup (506-511)
LEARNING-BY-WATCHING AS CONCEPT AND AS A REASON TO CHOOSE PROFESSIONAL HIGHER DESIGN EDUCATION
Janne Beate Reitan (512-517)
SYSKIT 2.0 – IMPLEMENTATION OF A SYSML TEACHING APPROACH AND OBSERVATIONS ON SYSTEMS MODELLING BY MECHATRONIC TEAMS
Sven Matthiesen, Sebastian Schmidt, Georg Moeser (518-523)
CHOOSING AN APPROPRIATE DESIGN PROCESS BRIDGING THE KNOWLEDGE GAP BETWEEN PROFESSIONS AND PARADIGMS USING VON HIPPEL'S END USER THEOREM – A CASE STUDY
Martin Mřhl (1), Jesper Grode (2) (524-529)
THE MATERIALITY OF COLOUR IN DESIGN EDUCATION: FUNCTIONAL CODES AND CULTURAL CONTEXT
Arild Berg (530-535)
MANAGE. CREATE. PLAY. PRACTICES FOR TEACHING DESIGN PROJECT MANAGEMENT THROUGH THE CREATION OF BOARD GAMES
Maurício Moreira e Silva Bernardes, Geísa Gaiger de Oliveira (536-541)
A PRELIMINARY COMPARISON OF DESK AND PANEL CRIT SETTINGS IN THE DESIGN STUDIO
Patrick Pradel, Xu Sun, Bruno Oro, Wang Nan (544-549)
INTENSIVES AND EXPERTS: THE DEER PARK STUDIO EXPERIENCE
Rob Eales (1), Soumitri Varadarajan (1), Parag Anand (2), Aditi Singh (2) (550-555)
ARE DESIGN-LED INNOVATION APPROACHES APPLICABLE TO SMES?
Melehat Nil Gulari, Chris Fremantle (556-561)
RAISING OUR GAME: CREATING NEW LEARNING EXPERIENCES WITH RESEARCH COLLABORATIONS
Jennifer Loy (1), Stephen Reay (2), David White (2) (562-567)
STUDENT DESIGN ENTREPRENEURSHIP, FROM CONCEPT TO RETAIL IN NINETY DAYS
Richard Elaver (570-575)
KICKSTARTER’S ROLE IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN EDUCATION
Bryan Howell (1), David Morgan (1), Camilla Stark (1), Aaron Puglisi (2) (576-581)
ENHANCING COMUNICATION SKILLS THROUGH STUDENT AND ENTERPRISE INTERACTION
Einar Stoltenberg (582-587)
THE SHARING ECONOMY AND DESIGN
J Drew Smith (1), David Morgan (2),Bryan Howell (3) (588-591)
THE IDEALITY "WHAT" MODEL FOR PRODUCT DESIGN
Alon Weiss (1), Iko Avital (2), Yael Helfman Cohen(3), Amarendra Kumar Das (1), Gedalya Mazor (2) (594-599)
GATHERING STRUCTURED REFLECTION IN THE FURNITURE BUSINESS BY TREND MAPPING
Andrea Frei, Kaare Eriksen (600-605)
SKETCHING AS A THINKING PROCESS
Tatjana Leblanc (606-611)
HOW DESIGN IS TAUGHT? A SURVEY OF APPROACHES, MODELS & METHODS
Jorge Maya, Elena Gómez (612-617)
CREATIVE REDUCTIONISM: HOW DECREASING LEVELS OF INFORMATION CAN STIMULATE DESIGNERS IMAGINATION
Shiro Inoue, Paul Rodgers, Andy Tennant, Nick Spencer (620-625)
METHODS FOR IDEATION: REVIEWING EARLY PHASE CONCEPT GENERATION AMONG INDUSTRIAL DESIGN ENGINEER STUDENTS
Peter D Conradie (1), Ralph Nafzger (2), Cies Vanneste (1), Lieven De Marez (3), Jelle Saldien (1) (626-631)
THE EFFECT OF PROFILING ON TEAM DYNAMICS AND CREATIVITY
Steve Cayzer (632-636)
A RESEARCH BASED ON SIGNAGE DESIGN EXPERIMENT TO TEST USERS’ ENGAGEMENT
Duan Wu, Ran Xu (637-642)
AUGMENTED REALITY FOR ENHANCED STUDENT INDUSTRIAL DESIGN PRESENTATIONS
Basak Topal (1), Bahar Sener (1, 2) (644-649)
EXPERIENCES OF EMBEDDING BLENDED PHYSICAL AND DIGITAL MAKING INTO DESIGN EDUCATION
Barney Townsend, Andrew Forkes (650-655)
DETERMINATION OF CHARACTERISTICS AND ATTRIBUTES THAT ALLOW THE EFFICIENCY OF TECHNOLOGICAL TOOLS FOR THE CREATIVE STAGE OF DESIGN PROCESS
Alejandro Acuna (656-661)
PRINTED ELECTRONICS, PRODUCT DESIGN AND THE EDUCATION OF FUTURE INDUSTRIAL DESIGNERS?
Nicola York, Darren Southee, Mark Evans (662-668)
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