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DS 83: Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education (E&PDE16), Design Education: Collaboration and Cross-Disciplinarity, Aalborg, Denmark, 8th-9th September 2016

Year: 2016

Editor: Erik Bohemia, Lyndon Buck, Kaare Eriksen, Ahmed Kovacevic, Nis Ovesen, Christian Tollestrup

Series: E&PDE

ISBN: 978-1-904670-78-0

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DESIGNING SOCIAL INVOLVEMENT IN DESIGN COURSES/PROGRAMMES
Rita Assoreira Almendra, Gonҫalo André Moҫo Falcão (002-007)
DEVELOPING CONCEPTS THAT PROMOTE ENERGY SAVING TECHNOLOGY FOR AGEING POPULATIONS
Craig Whittet (1), Andrea Taylor (1), Guy Walker (2), Stuart Galloway (3), Bruce Stephen (3), Catherine Docherty (1), Craig Lynn (1), Edward Owens (2), Michael Danson (2) (008-014)
SOCIAL INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY IMPLEMENTATION IN PRODUCT DESIGN ENGINEERING
Marcela Velásquez-Montoya (015-020)
DESIGNING FOR SMALL BATHROOMS
Arnt Kĺre Sivertsen, Arild Berg (021-026)
TALKING WITH EXPERTS - FROM RESEARCH TO OBJECTS: USING ACADEMIC RESEARCH AS THE BASIS OF COLLABORATIVE AND CROSS DISCIPLINARY PROJECTS FOR DESIGN STUDENTS
Susana Soares and Deborah Andrews (027-032)
TEACHING DESIGN THINKING: EVOLUTION OF A TEACHING COLLABORATION ACROSS DISCIPLINARY, ACADEMIC AND CULTURAL BOUNDARIES
Carolina Gill (1), Merce Graell (2) (034-039)
A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE IS A DANGEROUS THING? – DO BSc PRODUCT DESIGN COURSES DISCOURAGE COLLABORATION?
James Meadwell, David Terris, Peter Ford (040-045)
A CROWDSOURCING PLATFORM OFFERING REALTIME CHALLENGES FOR STUDENTS: HOW TO MOVE BEYOND DESIGN CHALLENGES
Kaisa Still (1), Wim Soens (2) (046-051)
CO-TALK? THE ROLE OF COLLABORATION PARTNERS IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Tatjana Leblanc (1), Mario Gagnon (2) (052-057)
DEVELOPMENT OF METHODOLOGY FOR DISTRIBUTED COLLABORATIVE DESIGN ENVIRONMENT
Balazs Vidovics (1), Nikola Vukasinovic (2), Neven Pavkovic (3), Ahmed Kovacevic (4) (058-063)
ENHANCING SUSTAINABLE DESIGN - THE USE OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Chris Dowlen (1), Brian Griffiths (2), Colin Ledsome (3), Clare Potter (4), Pat Winfield (5) (066-070)
THE NEED FOR A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY IN NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT FROM THE DESIGNERS PERSPECTIVE
Peter Ford, James Meadwell, David Terris (071-076)
TRIPLE-LOOP-LEARNING: AN INSTRUMENTATION MODEL FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN INNOVATION EDUCATION
Anders Berglund (1), Larry Leifer (2) (077-082)
BACK TO BASICS: USING ESQUISSES TO DEVELOP CORE DESIGN SKILLS
Ian de Vere (083-088)
APPLICATION OF MODEL BASED SYSTEMS-ENGINEERING IN AUSTRIAN VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS
Sinan Ugurlu, Sebastian Bougain, Christian Nigischer, Detlef Gerhard (089-094)
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN USER AND PRODUCT: DURABLE DESIGN THROUGH PERSONALISATION
Maria Fossdal, Arild Berg (095-100)
CREATIVITY IN PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION: UNDERSTANDING THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Danah Alhussain, Gareth Loudon, Paul Wilgeroth (102-107)
LEARNING THROUGH DESIGN FOR WELLBEING
Nenad Pavel, Bente Skjelbred (108-113)
THE NATURE AS AN INSPIRATION TO ENCOURAGE USERS TO EXTEND THE LIFE OF PACKAGING
Linn Victoria Johansen, Arild Berg (114-119)
DESIGN AND CREATIVITY ENHANCING INNOVATIVE EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES
Marita Cannina, Giuseppe Salvia, Carmen Bruno (120-125)
DESIGNING ENRICHED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: A CROSS-DISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO SOCIAL INNOVATION
Eduardo Francisco Tapia Olmos (126-131)
ETHICAL BICYCLE CONSUMPTION: FROM USED FRAMES TO NEW PRODUCTS
James Lowley, Tore Gulden (132-137)
CHALLENGES IN TEACHING DESIGN THINKING SKILLS TO NOVICE DESIGN STUDENTS
Raghavendra Reddy Gudur (140-145)
THE ELASTIC OCTOPUS: A CATALOGUE OF FAILURES FOR DISRUPTING DESIGN EDUCATION
Ashley Hall, Yoon Bahk, James Wright (146-151)
DESIGNING WITH WASTE: COMPARISON OF TWO PRACTICE-BASED EDUCATION CASES
Isabel Ordonez (1), Amaltas Khan (2), Puneet Tandon (2), Oskar Rexfelt (1) (152-157)
STOP PLAYING IT SAFE: THE IMPORTANCE OF TAKING RISKS IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Leslie Arthur, Phillipa Marsh (158-163)
MIND MAPPING AS A TOOL, AS A PROCESS, AS A PROBLEM/SOLUTION SPACE
Mithra Zahedi, Lorna Heaton (166-171)
TEACHING CAD WITH A PEDAGOGICAL SYSTEM RANGING FROM VIDEOS TO INDIVIDUAL TUTORING
Claus Pütz (172-177)
APPLICATIONS FOR CLOUD-BASED CAD IN DESIGN EDUCATION AND COLLABORATION
Jeff Barrie (178-183)
STUDENTS’ ENGAGEMENT IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RESULTS OBTAINED IN CAPSTONE DESIGN COURSES: A PRELIMINARY MODEL FOR DETAILED DESIGN AND GO-TO-MARKET ACTIVITIES
Eduardo de Senzi Zancul (1), Paulo Blikstein (2), Luiz Fernando Cardoso dos Santos Durăo (1), Alexandre Machado Rocha (1) (184-189)
DESIGN-RESEARCH-IN-EDUCATION; COMBINING THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
Maaike Mulder-Nijkamp, Wouter Eggink (192-197)
BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND ACADEMIC RESEARCH – THE INDUSTRIAL PhD
Julia Schlegel (1), Martina Keitsch (2) (198-203)
EXPERIENTIAL VALUES AS PROMOTERS FOR EMERGING VIEWS ON SUSTAINABLE DESIGN EDUCATION
Karen Marie Hasling (204-209)
CURRICULUM IN PROGRESS: DEVELOPING AN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN PROGRAMME FOR FEMALE STUDENTS IN SAUDI ARABIA
Carlos Montana-Hoyos (1), Elke Stracke (2), Karin Oerlemans (3), Eddi Pianca (4), Stephen Trathen (5) (210-215)
RESEARCH THROUGH DESIGN & RESEARCH THROUGH EDUCATION
Wouter Eggink, Maaike Mulder-Nijkamp (216-221)
RE-EXAMINING THE CASE FOR MODULAR EDUCATION
Richard Morris, Derek Covill, Mark Milne, Eddy Elton, Steven Smith, Cathy Grundy (224-227)
PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION: A JOURNEY?
Vicki Thomas (228-233)
WHAT ON EARTH IS RESPONSIBLE INNOVATION ANYWAY? (AND HOW TO MAKE IT HAPPEN)
Mark Bailey (1), Phil Sams (2), Nick Spencer (1), Ashleigh Bentham (1), Becky Bayliss (1) (234-239)
TINKERING AS METHOD IN ACADEMIC TEACHING
Angelika Mader, Edwin Dertien (240-245)
THE USE OF THE “HACKATHON” IN DESIGN EDUCATION: AN OPPORTUNISTIC EXPLORATION.
Finlay Page (1), Sylvester Sweeney (1), Fraser Bruce (2), Seaton Baxter (3) (246-251)
COME TOGETHER - RIGHT NOW: UNITING THE DEPARTMENT
Amos Scully (252-257)
RE-ENGINEERING DESIGN THROUGH MULTIPLE DISCIPLINARY LENSES
Sangeeta Karmokar, Andy M. Connor (258-263)
A NEW PARADIGM IN CROSS-DISCIPLINARY UNDERGRADUATE ART AND DESIGN EDUCATION
Paul Wilgeroth (264-269)
HANDLING INNOVATIVE TRANSFORMATION PROCESSES IN PUBLIC ENVIRONMENT
Gunnar H. Gundersen, Arild Berg (270-275)
MAPPING DESIGN STUDENTS’ AESTHETIC AND VISUAL PREFERENCE
Ann Merete Ohrt, Kirsten Marie Raahauge (278-283)
STUDENT DRIVEN WORKSHOPS AS MEANS TO ENHANCE DESIGN KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Bente Skjelbred (284-289)
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN DESIGN EDUCATION FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Stefan Junk, Steffen Schrock (290-295)
LEARNING LOGS IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION
Tero Juuti (1), Kaisu Rättyä (2), Timo Lehtonen (1) (296-301)
SELECTING SUCCESFUL DESIGN: A WAY TO EXPLORE THE BEST FIT BETWEEN BRANDS AND TARGET GROUPS
Marleen Offringa, Maaike Mulder-Nijkamp (304-309)
HELPING YOUNG DESIGNERS DESIGN FOR CHILDREN: EVALUATING TOYS AND POSSIBLE VALUES
Inge Duytschaever (1), Peter Conradie (2) (3), Ralph Nafzger (1), Tine Verroken (1), Ronald Bastiaens (1) (310-315)
CHALLENGES OF COLLABORATIVE PRODUCT STYLING IN DESIGN TEAMS
Nis Ovesen (316-321)
IDENTIFYING AESTHETICS IN DESIGN PRODUCTS – THE 3X3 MODEL
Nanna Vestergaard (1), Kaare Eriksen (322-327)
SENSE TRAINING AS BASIS FOR AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE
Bente Dahl Thomsen (328-333)
CULTURE SPECIFIC OR GLOBAL DESIGN IN OPEN ONLINE DESIGN EDUCATION
Annemiek Van Boeijan (336-341)
PLAY PROBES - AS A PRODUCTIVE SPACE AND SOURCE FOR INFORMATION
Vibeke Sjřvoll, Tore Gulden (342-347)
MEDIATING EMOTION THROUGH OBJECTS: THE UNDERSTANDING OF DESIGNED OBJECTS AS AN ASSISTIVE TOOL FOR DESIGNERS IN THE EARLY STAGES OF DESIGN ACTIVITY
Hana Hapiz (348-353)
MODELS FOR UNDERSTANDING CONTEMPORARY TENSIONS IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN EDUCATION
Stephen Trathen (1), Soumitri Varadarjan (2) (354-359)
USING MOVING IMAGE TO FACILITATE STORYTELLING AS AN IDEATION METHODOLOGY AND A PLATFORM TO ENHANCE THE INTEGRATION OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENT COHORTS WITHIN PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION
Richard Firth (1), Einar Stoltenberg (362-367)
EXPLORING INTERACTION STYLES THROUGH VIDEO
Gert Pasman, Marco Rozendaal (368-373)
DISCOVERING THE MEANING OF FORM BY EXPLODED SKETCHING
Elmer Van Grondelle (1), Susie Brand de Groot (374-379)
DESIGN BOARDS AS AN ALIGNMENT TOOL FOR CROSS-DISCIPLINARITY IN ENGINEERING
Ulla Tanderup Gade (380-385)
FROM INSPIRATION TO SKETCHES (FITS) METHODOLOGY FOR STUDENTS OF PRODUCT DESIGN
Efrat Fridenzon-Harison (386-391)
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE USE OF SOCIAL NETWORK SITES AND MOBILE DEVICES IN A COLLABORATIVE ENGINEERING DESIGN PROJECT
Ross Brisco, Robert Ian Whitfield, Hilary Grierson (394-399)
THE PROJECT DESIGN EDUCATION COLLABORATING WITH CITY GOVERNMENTS AND COMMUNITIES
Takao Ito, Masako Shin, Keisuke Miyazaki, Setsuo Iwata, Eiichi Sentoku (400-405)
‘ONE THING BETTER’ AND ‘REDESIGNING DESIGN EDUCATION’ - A COLLABORATION BETWEEN INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIA
Andrew Forkes, Matt Cooper-Wright (406-411)
A SHIFT IN FOCUS IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION: TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE EXPANDING ROLES OF ENGINEERS
Aruna Shekar, Sangeeta Karmokar (412-416)
THE EMERGENCE OF A NEW MATERIAL CULTURE: FORGING UNPRECEDENTED ALLIANCES BETWEEN DESIGN AND ENGINEERING
Alireza Borhani, Negar Kalantar (417-422)
SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
Enrique Laxasa (1), José Luis Santolaya (1), Carlos Roche (2), Carlos Velasco (424-429)
ASSESSMENT: THE DEVELOPING AND TESTING OF A TRIAL EXAM IN A CROSS-DISCIPLINARY FIELD USING BOTH FORMATIVE AND SUMMATIVE EVALUATION
Dorthe Fiona Petersen (1), Anne Marie Mathiasen (2), Tifli Lerche (3) (430-435)
DESIGN STUDENT ACCULTURATION THROUGH COLLABORATIVE PROJECT ASSESSMENT
Bryan F. Howell, Camilla Gwendolyn Stark, Daniela Turner (436-441)
GRADING ENGINEERING DESIGN PROJECTS – LET PRODUCTS GIVE FEEDBACK!
Markus Voß, Hulusi Bozkurt, Thorsten Sauer (442-447)
FOLLOW-GROUPS: ENHANCING LEARNING POTENTIAL AT PROJECT EXAMS
Christian Tollestrup (448-453)
ASSESSMENT OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE IN ENGINEERING, PRODUCT DESIGN – AND HIGHER EDUCATION – SPECULATIVE DIRECTIONS FOR DEVELOPING PRACTICE
Chris Dowlen (454-459)
THE CHALLENGING PHASE OF CONCEPT SELECTION INTEGRATED WITH THE CUSTOMERS’ JUDGEMENT NOTICED BY THE KANO MODEL
Sergio Rizzuti, Luigi De Napoli (460-465)
THE DESIGNER AND THE SCIENTIST: THE ROAD TO INSPIRE TRANSDISCIPLINARY SYNERGIES
Gionata Gatto, John Richard McCardle (468-473)
CROSS-DISCIPLINARY APPLICATION OF SYSTEM ENGINEERING APPROACHES IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY EDUCATION PROJECTS
Christian Buchholz, Rainer Stark (474-479)
APPROACHES TO JOINT PROBLEM SOLVING IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY DISTRIBUTED TEAMS
Lennart Fahnenmüller, Andrew Wodehouse (480-486)
TRIANGULATION FIRST: TEACHING RESEARCH IN A MULTIDISCIPLINARY DESIGN AND ENIGINEERING ENVIRONMENT
Koen Van Turnhout, Anne Coppens, Sabine Craenmehr, René Bakker (487-492)
BETTER INNOVATION BY DESIGN? CAN A COLLABORATIVE CROSS-DISCIPLINARY APPROACH ASSIST A PARADIGM SHIFT IN EDUCATION PRACTICE?
Paul McElheron, Malene Pilgaard Harsaae (493-498)
BEYOND COLLABORATION: PREPARING HYBRID LEADERS THROUGH AN INTEGRATED EDUCATION
Erik Anderson (499-504)
CRAFT-DESIGN COLLABORATION BETWEEN DESIGN EDUCATION AND THE LOCAL CONTEXT: A CASE STUDY
Liliana Soares (1), Ermanno Aparo (1), Helena Santos-Rodrigues (2) (505-510)
CROSS-DISCIPLINARITY WITHIN ENGINEERING
Colin Ledsome (511-515)
CROSS-DISCIPLINARY TEACHING AND MENTAL SCALING IN COMPLEX DESIGN PROJECTS
Harald Skulberg (516-521)
THE POTENTIAL FOR A CRITICAL DESIGN APPROACH TO CREATE INNOVATION WITHIN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY THROUGH PARTICIPATORY DESIGN WORKSHOPS
Sunniva Münster (522-526)
THE FUTURE OF DRIVING EXPERIENCE: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDENT PROJECT
Jens Krzywinski, Christian Wӧlfel, Sebastian Lorenz (527-532)
DESIGN TOOLS FOR BEGINNERS: TEACHING A DESIGN APPROACH TO PRACTITIONERS WITH MIXED BACKGROUNDS
Venere Ferraro, Sara Colombo (533-538)
CROSS-DISCIPLINARY PEDAGOGY: FROM CHINESE FAN DANCE TO DESIGNING A BANDSTAND
Clive Hilton (539-544)
COLLECTIVE DESIGN: MERGING INDUSTRY AND EDUCATIONAL METHODS FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDENT DESIGN PROJECTS
Christian Mclening (1), Paul Warrington (2) (545-550)
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY - OPPORTUNITIES FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY EDUCATION
Hĺkan Burden (1) (2), Viktor Hiort af Ornäs (2) (552-557)
MAKING STUDENTS’ FRAMES EXPLICIT
Louise Mřller (1), Poul Kyvsgaard Hansen (2) (558-563)
THE FUTURE OF DESIGN: UNFRAMED PROBLEM SOLVING IN DESIGN EDUCATION
rine Gӧtzche Gelting (2) (564-569)
A BRIEF INTRODUCTION ON THE KINEMATIC SCHEME DESIGN TEACHING SOFTWARE FOR MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
Feng Qian, Huimin Dong, Delun Wang, Yan Cui, Yuan Gao (570-575)
THE USER-DRIVEN CREATIVE ACADEMY
Louise Møller (1), Søren Bolvig Poulsen (2) (576-581)
ESTABLISHING A PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY VIA MENTORING IN DESIGN PROGRAMMES
Réne Bennyson, Birgitte K.Hansen, Malene G. S. Blond (584-589)
CROSSING OVER, INTO AND BACK: DESIGN DISCIPLINES AND IDENTITIES
Sue Fairburn, Rachel Heeley, Jon Pengelly (590-595)
DEVELOPING THE ROLE OF DESIGN: COLLABORATION OF CRIME PREVENTION AND PRODUCT DESIGN IN EDUCATION
Cong Li (1)(2), Tore Gulden (1), Feng Zhao (2) (596-600)
THE ACADEMIC-ENTERPRISE EXPERIENCES FRAMEWORK AS A GUIDE FOR DESIGN EDUCATION
Joăo Carlos Martins (1)(2), Joăo Luis Pereira (1)(3), Marcelo Oliveira (1)(3), Cristina Coelho (1)(3) (601-606)
ETHICS IN DESIGN EDUCATION: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH
Marieke H Sonneveld (608-613)
ETHICS IN DESIGN CURRICULA - TEACHING APPROACHES
Viktor Hiort af Ornäs, Marina Keitsch (614-619)
FROM ETHICS TO POLITICS: IF DESIGN IS PROBLEM SOLVING, WHAT THEN ARE THE PROBLEMS?
David Oswald (620-625)
CROSS-FERTILIZATION OF COURSES TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING
Bengt Holmqvist, Anders Hĺkansson (626-631)
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIAL DOCTORATE CENTRE: ENGINEERING DOCTORATE STUDENTS COLLABORATING WITH INDUSTRY WITHIN AN ACADEMIC AND INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT
Dorothy Evans (632-637)
AN INSIGHT INTO THE USE OF PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING WITHIN DISTRIBUTED DESIGN STUDENT PROJECTS
Andreea Cristoloveanu, (1), Anastasia Basangova (1), Khodr Hawchar (1), Christopher Mason (1), Ahmed Kovacevic (2) (638-643)
REFLECTION AND REFLEXIVITY ABOUT AN INTRODUCTORY DESIGN COURSE
Marikken Hřiseth, Elli Verhulst (644-649)
“IT’S PART-TIME - BUT STILL NOT AS WE KNOW IT!” - ANOTHER EVALUATION OF A FLEXIBLE LEARNING MENG
Tania Humphries-Smith (1), Christopher Benjamin (2), Matthew White (3) (650-655)
CREATIVITY, 3D PRINTING AND DESIGN EDUCATION
Julian Lindley (656-661)
COLLABORATION IN THE ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT
David Morgan, Paul Skaggs (664-669)
COMPARING THE USEFULNESS OF RULES & NO RULES IN ENGINEERING DESIGN BRAINSTORMING?
Elies Dekoninck, Jeffrey Barrie, Aaron Linley (670-675)
COLLABORATION ISSUES IN ETHNICALLY MIXED STUDENT TEAMS
Chris Ebbert (676-681)
DESIGNING WITH STAKEHOLDERS DURING SOCIAL INNOVATION PROJECTS: A MAPPING AND ANALYSIS TOOL
Hannah Knowles (1), Nicholas Spencee (2) (682-687)
TACTILE DIGITAL: AN EXPLORATION OF MERGING CERAMIC ART AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
Dosun Shin (1), Samuel Chung (2) (688-693)
DESIGN BASED ON NATURE – A LITERATURE INVESTIGATION
Franziska Conrad (1), Vicky Lofthouse (2), Carolina Escobar-Tello (696-701)
MOVING FROM CONCEPTUAL TO FORMAL PROPOSAL: A STUDY OF REFERENCES AS AN ANALYTICAL SUPPORT
Juan Carlos Briede (1), Isabel Leal (1), Cristhian Pérez (2), Marcela Cabello (1) (702-707)
MATERIAL SELECTION IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN EDUCATION – A LITERATURE REVIEW
Charlotte Asbjørn Sӧrensen (1)(2), Santosh Jagtap (1), Anders Warell (1) (708-713)
DEVELOPMENT OF A PEDAGOGICAL MODEL FOR A DISTANCE LEARNING COURSE OF AUTOCAD 2D SOFTWARE
Paulete Fridman Schwetz (1), Maria Paula C Malta (2), Vinicius Borba (3), Franciele Andretta (4) (714-719)
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18th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education, E&PDE 2016, Aalborg University, DenmarkDesign Education: Collaboration and Cross-disciplinarity The 18th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education will be hosted by the Department of Architecture, Design & Media Technology of Aalborg University, Denmark. The conference is organised in partnership with the Design Education Special Interests group (DESIG) of the Design Society, and the Institution of Engineering Designers (IED). The Conference brings together representatives from education, design...

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