Query returned 1422 results.
Detection and classification of symbols in principle sketches using deep learning
Bickel, S., Schleich, B., & Wartzack, S. // 2021
Developing systems visualisations in design through a typology of visual tasks: a mechatronic case
Idrissov, A., Rapp, S., Albers, A., & Maier, A. // 2021
DIVERSITY IN DESIGN: ADDRESSING THE BLACK AWARDING GAP
Underwood, Gary (2); Conrad, Franziska (1) // 2021
While access to University education for Black students has improved significantly in the UK over the past decade, there remains a major discrepancy in success rates at degree level. Students with an ...
EMBEDDING CHANGEMAKER SKILLS AND SOCIAL INNOVATION INTO DESIGN STUDENT LEARNING
Schaber, Friedemann; Fakoussa, Rebecca; Redfern, Carys; Farrugia, Henrietta; Wright, Michael // 2021
Building on research on the interaction of business and design (Cox 2006), this paper discusses a casestudy of a UK based project to develop undergraduate students' future skills by collaborating on ...
Embracing new visualisation tools in education: how the learning experience of digital sketching influences its use in design practice
Zhang, W., & Ranscombe, C. // 2021
ETHICS IN DESIGN EDUCATION, BUT DIFFERENT: PRACTICING THE PRACTICAL TURN
Eggink, Wouter // 2021
Industrial Design Engineers have social responsibility by the very nature of their activities; bringing new products and services into the world of the user. This responsibility calls for ethical ...
FROM CO-DESIGN TO CO-EDUCATION: A COMMUNITY COLLABORATION STUDY CASE FOR DESIGN EDUCATION
Wu, Duan (1); Shi, Yin (2); Liu, Yang (3) // 2021
Design education aims to ‘serve environmental, technological and societal changes and challenges’. While evidence suggests a worldwide increase of cross-disciplinary working as partnerships transcend ...
H.I.I.T. HIGH INTENSITY IDEATION TRAINING - FACILITATING GROUP DESIGN IDEATION IN A DIGITAL TEACHING SPACE
Pownall, Max John; Brook, Emily Elizabeth; Pashley, Kathryn // 2021
2020 has been a challenging experience across Higher Education. Within the Product Design Department at Nottingham Trent University, these challenges have been utilised as opportunities to expand ...
HAVE YOU FELT BLUE OR RED? A COLOUR-BASED TOOL FOR CULTURALLY PLURAL TEAMS
Mattioli, Francesca (1); Calvo Ivanovic, Ingrid (1,2) // 2021
Due to the extensive practice of collaborative design-based learning and the increasing cultural plurality of design courses, the theme of cross-cultural teamwork in Design Education is becoming ...
HOW REMOTE/DISTANCE CLASS INSTRUCTION WHEN WORKING WITH INDUSTRY/INSTITUTIONAL PROJECT SPONSORS ON A STUDIO PROJECT CAN BE MANAGED TO PROVIDE A ROBUST EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE
Choi, Young Mi; Wilson, Wendell Gordon // 2021
This paper will examine how remote communication tools such as ‘BlueJeans’ or Microsoft ‘Teams’ can be employed in a studio project to enhance the undergraduate educational experience in the context ...
MACHINE DRAWING: TROUBLES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN MANAGING LABORATORY ACTIVITIES IN AN ONLINE CLASSROOM
Rizzuti, Sergio; De Napoli, Luigi // 2021
Pandemic Covid19 emergency speeds up universities towards the adoption of Learning Management Systems in order to avoid the physical interaction of students and teachers. Several are the software ...
Modelling and visualizing knowledge on the reference system and variations based on the model of PGE – product generation engineering for decision support
Pfaff, F., Rapp, S., & Albers, A. // 2021
RE-SIGNIFY THE DOMESTIC SPACE IN TIMES OF CONFINEMENT FROM THE APPLICATION OF ETHNOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND PERSONAL CENTERED DESIGN
Cobreros, Carlos; Maya, Mariana; Biondi, Stefania; Sánchez, Ximena; Ontiveros-Ortiz, Elsa // 2021
The situation we face today with COVID-19 moves us to reformulate the work of design in favor of the physical and psychological health of people through the study of interactions within the spaces ...
RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY IDENTIFICATION: A PEDAGOGICAL FRAMEWORK FOR DESIGN RESEARCH
Vaidya, Gaurav; Kalita, Pratul Ch. // 2021
‘Where do I start from?’ More often than not, design researchers face this question early on in their research projects. The initial ambiguity frequently results in jumping quickly into the project ...
RETHINKING AND ADAPTING APPROACHES TO EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY TO ADDRESS CULTURAL AND BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE AND CHALLENGES
Andrews, Deborah; Newton, Elizabeth J.; Lishman, Ben // 2021
Designers and engineers have developed many products, systems and services that have been socially, economically and environmentally beneficial. From the early 1930s however, many designers and ...
SELFCONFIDENCE & SELFEXPRESSION THROUGH SKETCHING - THE SIGNIFICANCE OF DRAWING IN “PRIMARY EDUCATION” & THE NEXT GENERATION OF ENGINEERING
Wachs, Marina-Elena // 2021
The value of cultural practice in design engineering education begins at the age of kindergarten – a playful cultural education. Sketching means self-expression and self-consciousness, in regards of ...
STUDENTS PERSPECTIVES ON CHALLENGES WITHIN MULTI-DIVERSE DESIGN TEAMS
Flipsen, Bas; Persaud, Stefan; Magyari, Reka // 2021
In the IPD Master in Industrial Design Engineering (TU Delft) we see a growing diversity of students. We see the international student population growing, but also see significant differences in ...
TAKING RISKS-ADOPTING THE AALBORG PROBLEM BASED LEARNING MODEL IN A NEW FIRST YEAR ENGINEERING DESIGN CURRICULUM
Barrie, Jeff (1); Morgan, Thea (2) // 2021
An introduction to design for first year engineering students contains many facets. Students are expected to learn and demonstrate their knowledge of design processes, drawing, and ...
TEACHING PRACTICES OF COMPUTER-AIDED TECHNICAL DRAWING IN THE TIME OF COVID-19
Oliveira, Geísa Gaiger De; Bernardes, Mauricio Moreira E Silva // 2021
Computer-aided technical drawing is a basic academic discipline in engineering and design undergraduate courses, which is mainly focused on the presentation of local and international norms for use ...
TEACHING PRODUCT DESIGN THROUGH AN ONLINE ILLUSTRATED INTERFACE
Elaver, Richard Anthony // 2021
Designers tend to communicate through sketches. Yet our online teaching environments are typically linear structures, based on databases, with limited visual expression. Is it possible to have an ...
THE CHALLENGE-BASED LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION THROUGH A CREATIVE SENSORIAL BOOTH TO DISCONNECT AND TO BE HERE NOW.
Vázquez Esquivel, Rubén; Castrejón Paniagua, Angélica; Acuña López, Alejandro // 2021
Our senses act as sensors that allow us to receive the information of the reality that we perceive, either in isolation or as a result of their crossing. During the block´s challenge called: ‘Formal ...
THE GIFT OF UNCERTAINTY - HOW CAN DESIGN EDUCATION BRING COMPLEXITY AND UNPREDICTABILITY INTO A POSITIVE FRAMEWORK FOR DESIGNERS?
Wigum, Kristin Storen (1); Gulden, Tore (2) // 2021
In this article we discuss the pain of letting go of the existing illusion of the designers’ ability to predict the future. The illusion is typically existent when it is considered a skill to survive ...
THE HALO EFFECT IN DESIGN TEACHING
Morgan, David // 2021
This is a visual abstract. Not ...
TRANSDISCIPLINARY BEHAVIOUR CHANGE: A BURST MODE APPROACH TO HEALTHCARE DESIGN EDUCATION
Wojdecka, Anna (1); Hall, Ashley (1); Judah, Gaby (2) // 2021
With the future of health(care) shifting from treatment to prevention, design for behaviour change is an essential part of this movement. Although we have made significant breakthroughs in ...
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- design community
Find rows that contain at least one of the two words.
- +design +community
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- +design community
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- +design -community
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- +design ~community
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Find rows that contain the words “design” and “community”, or “design” and “decisions” (in any order), but rank “design community” higher than “design decisions”
Find rows that contain words such as “design”, “designs”, “designing”, or “designer”.
- "some words"
Find rows that contain the exact phrase “some words” (for example, rows that contain “some words of wisdom” but not “some noise words”). Note that the " characters that enclose the phrase are operator characters that delimit the phrase. They are not the quotation marks that enclose the search string itself.