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Transparency of design automation systems using visual programming – within the mechanical manufacturing industry
Heikkinen, T. // 2021
USING LINKOGRAPHY TO VISUALISE THE INFLUENCE OF EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUNDS ON COLLABORATION AND CREATIVITY IN IDEA GENERATION
Taoka, Yuki; Mihono, Haruhiko; Saito, Shigeki // 2021
Concept generation in design projects generally has divergence phase and convergence phase. In the divergence phase, possibilities of design spaces are expanded (i.e. idea generation) while design ...
USING PRODUCT DESIGN METHODOLOGY IN TEACHING ON PUBLIC HEALTH AND LIFE
Grøm, Mille // 2021
The interdisciplinary project ‘Public health and life skills’ is being introduced in the Norwegian basic education with a new curriculum. An essential issue is mental health and communication. The ...
Variant Value Management to Optimize Complexity and Value of Product Families
Luft, Thomas; Schmied, Christian; Schöberl, Maximilian; Wartzack, Sandro; Zimmermann, Markus; Mörtl, Markus // 2021
Increasing requirements lead to an evolutionary increase in complexity. As a result, direct and indirect costs also increase significantly, while value propositions for customers often stagnate. ...
WEARABLE TACTUAL COMMUNICATORS: DESIGNING PRODUCTS WITH TECHNOLOGY-MEDIATED TOUCH
Sener, Bahar; Pedgley, Owain // 2021
In some situations, it is not possible or desirable for communications to take place through voice- or screen-based interaction. People may want to act discreetly around other people; it may not be ...
What motivates and discourages designers to use digital sketching? Comparing its use to externalise ideas versus communicating with external stakeholders
Ranscombe, C., & Zhang, W. // 2021
A TOPOLOGICAL VARIATION-ORIENTED APPROACH FOR ENHANCING CREATIVITY IN PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION
Fei, Fei (1); Nagai, Yukari (2); Yu, Yang (2,1) // 2020
This study introduces an approach aimed at promoting the effect of product design creativity by using topological properties variations. The topological variation–oriented approach for creativity ...
AN ANALYSIS OF SOCIO-COGNITIVE ACTIVITIES DURING CO-CREATIVE DESIGN SUPPORTED BY SPATIALIZED AUGMENTED REALITY
Masclet, Cédric; Baldacchino, Laetitia; Boujut,Jean-François // 2020
This study investigates the mechanisms by which spatial augmented reality (SAR) technology can affect socio-cognitive processes in groups involved in co-creative design sessions. A protocol analysis ...
AN EXPLORATIVE STUDY TOWARDS USING VR SKETCHING AS A TOOL FOR IDEATION AND PROTOTYPING IN PRODUCT DESIGN
Joundi, J., Christiaens, Y., Saldien, J., Conradie, P. and De Marez, L. // 2020
ASSESSING, AGGREGATING AND VISUALISING PRELIMINARY DESIGN INFORMATION MATURITY TO SUPPORT COLLABORATIVE DESIGN
Brinkmann, J. T. and Wynn, D. C. // 2020
BASIS FOR A NEW THEORY OF DRAWING FRAMEWORK FROM TRADITIONAL HANDMADE TO MODERN VIRTUAL SIMULATION
Novoa, Mauricio // 2020
This article builds on work presented in the previous 2019 E&PDE conference that proposed a new theory was needed for drawing, as a tool for design and innovation that today should also be considered ...
BRAIN ACTIVITY IN CONSTRAINED AND OPEN DESIGN SPACES: AN EEG STUDY
Vieira, Sonia (1); Gero, John S. (2); Delmoral, Jessica (3); Li, Shumin (1); Cascini, Gaetano (1); Fernandes, António (4) // 2020
Creativity is recognized as essential for changing the design space from constrained to open spaces. This study compares the neurophysiological activations of 18 professional industrial designers in ...
BRIDGING DESIGN THINKING AND ENTRECOMP FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP WORKSHOPS: A LEARNING EXPERIENCE
Campbell, Duncan (1); Balis, Gerasimos (2); Aryana, Bijan (3) // 2020
Design Thinking (DT) is commonly used in Entrepreneurship Education, however it’s capacity to support entrepreneurial competencies has not been explored sufficiently. In this study, we used a ...
Comparison of three different heuristics for laser heat treatment pattern design
Nordin, Axel // 2020
Heat treatment of sheet steel is commonly performed in the automotive industry to save weight. However, current methods come with drawbacks such as energy usage and expensive tooling. This paper ...
Conceptual model of modularisation
Pakkanen, Jarkko; Juuti, Tero; Lehtonen, Timo; Peltonen, Jari; Laine, Rami // 2020
It is difficult to produce and manage information for which there is no conceptual model and supporting tools. The results of the paper illustrate what design information concepts are specific for a ...
Concurrent Modeling Of Positive And Negative Dependencies In The Design Structure Matrix Using Complex Numbers
Chouinard, Ugo; Law-Kam Cio, Yann-Seing; Vadean, Aurelian; Achiche, Sofiane // 2020
The complexity of an engineering product is based in part on the number of components and their dependencies, where the latter can be desired or undesired. In some cases, where those dependencies ...
Dynamic updating of learning events during a course on the basis of logbooks
Vanhatalo, Mikko; Juuti, Tero; Rättyä, Kaisu // 2020
In this paper we present findings about utilizing logbooks which are customized for the specific course implementation and to use them in dynamic way to tailor learning events during the course. We ...
HOW CAN LIGHT ART MANIPULATE THE VISUAL PERCEPTION OF SPACE?
Rahimi, Zahra; Steen, Laila // 2020
Transitioning from a field of engineering to a medium for more artistic expressions, lighting has changed from strictly functional lightboxes to elaborate light-based designs and installations. Both ...
IMMERSIVE VISUALISATIONS IN DESIGN: USING AUGMENTED REALITY (AR) FOR INFORMATION PRESENTATION
Bravo, A. and Maier, A. M. // 2020
INTRODUCING A TOOL TO SUPPORT REFLECTION THROUGH SKETCHING AND PROTOTYPING DURING THE DESIGN PROCESS
Jobst, B., Thoring, K. and Badke-Schaub, P. // 2020
Knowledge-carrying objects in learning situations
Olander, Elin (1); Sörensen, Charlotte (2); Musa, Enes (1); Andersson, Sara (1); Sterner, Marielle (3) // 2020
This paper presents a design driven study aiming to explore the scope of knowledge-carrying objects (cf. learning objects, Churchill 2005) in learning situations. It is illustrated by a project in a ...
Linking a game-engine with CAD-software to create a flexible platform for researching extended reality interfaces for the industrial design process
Harlan, Jakob; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro; // 2020
Driven by the need to develop highly complex products in short development cycles, many companies are aiming at fully digitized design workflows and continuous data and information flow. ...
Mass Distribution as an Approach for Designing Lightweight-Driven Product Architectures
Laufer, Felix; Roth, Daniel; Binz, Hansgeorg // 2020
Lightweight-design methods for the conceptual phase of the product-development process are becoming increasingly important due to their influence on products’ mass. Besides mass reduction, the ...
Matrix-Based Landscapes for Communication between Market and Product Perspective
Riesener, Michael; Dölle, Christian; Lender, Benjamin Nils Johannes; Schuh, Günther // 2020
In the development of cyber-physical systems, communication between teams representing market and product perspective is often marked by different incentives. The market perspective, representing the ...
The following examples demonstrate some search strings that use boolean operators:
- design community
Find rows that contain at least one of the two words.
- +design +community
Find rows that contain both words.
- +design community
Find rows that contain the word “design”, but rank rows higher if they also contain “community”.
- +design -community
Find rows that contain the word “design” but not “community”.
- +design ~community
Find rows that contain the word “design”, but if the row also contains the word “community”, rate it lower than if row does not.
- +design +(>community <decisions)
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.