Query returned 1422 results.
A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO DIGITAL STORYTELLING IN HEALTHCARE SETTINGS
Behnam Asl, Sana (1); Gill, Carolina (1); Umstead, Kelly (1); Mahtani, Raunak (1); Tully, Kristin (2) // 2022
A concept for a novel hybrid augmented reality computer workstation for virtual product development
Jakob Harlan, Benjamin Schleich, Sandro Wartzack // 2022
Extended reality user interfaces for engineering design often suffer from gaps in the user’s workflow. Usually, the user must at least put on hardware, but often also data preparation is needed. This ...
Adaptation of the Integrated Function Modelling Framework
Krüger, Merlin Frederik; Gericke, Kilian // 2022
The integrated function modelling framework is used for functional analysis of technical moderate complex systems, but requires specific adaptation in modelling to visualize the behaviour of specific ...
COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN, ADVANCED VISUALISATION, AND THE CHANGING NATURE OF CAD
Urquhart, Lewis; Petrakis, Konstantinos; Wodehouse, Andrew // 2022
CREATIVE DESIGN ACTIVITIES TO SUPPORT THE COMPLEX LEARNING ENVIROMENT OF THE CLASSROOM FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER (ASD)
Elmarakbi, Nesrin; Robson, Heather; Currie, Lucy // 2022
Design Structure Matrix and Its Applications in Innovation Management
Durango, Ana Cristina (1); Luciani, Francesca (1); De Paula Ferreira, William (2); Armellini, Fabiano (1) // 2022
New product/process development entails technical and managerial complexities, such as coordination among interactions among entities and functions in the supply chain. DSM (Design structure matrix) ...
DOES ONLINE DIDACTICS AFFECT THE PERCEIVED QUALITY OF MACHINE DRAWING COURSES?
Rizzuti, Sergio; De Napoli, Luigi // 2022
Handling the Complexity of Tool Selection Processes – Simulation Data Management in the Automotive Supplier Industry
Schweigert-Recksiek, Sebastian (1); Riener, Harald (2); Koch, Paul (1); Meier, Dirk (1); Daners, Andre (3); Krastel, Marcus (1) // 2022
Both the number and the complexity of numerical mechanical simulations are constantly increasing. This leads to increasing quantities and higher interconnectedness of the resulting data objects. In ...
Introduction of a standardized Notation of Design Heuristics for Knowledge Formalization
Gerald Kremer, Ina Peters, Berkay Bingoel, Rainer Stark // 2022
A wide range of tools simplify product development, e. g. Knowledge-Based Engineering Systems (KBES). Many KBES draw on knowledge derived from DfX methods. The knowledge of these methods is often ...
Modular Parametric Architecture Design for Ferry Bilge Systems
Herremans, B. R. (1); Wilschut, T. (2); Deul, M. (3); Vink, B. (3); Brouwer, R. (3) // 2022
Damen shipyards has set out to develop a modular parametric ferry architecture to enable their nautical engineers to transition from the current implicit Configure-to-Order (CtO) design and ...
NEW COLLABORATIVE WORKFLOWS - IMMERSIVE CO-DESIGN FROM SKETCHING TO 3D CAD AND PRODUCTION
Novoa, Mauricio (1); Howell, Bryan (2); Hoftijzer, Jan Willem (3); Rodriguez, Jose Manuel (4); Zhang, Wendy (5); Kramer, Nikolaj (6) // 2022
ONBOARDING, A LEARNING APPROACH TO OVERCOME ADOPTION THRESHOLDS WITH EXTENDED REALITY
Berglund, Anders // 2022
REALISING THE POTENTIALS OF VIRTUAL REALITY AND BUILDING INFORMATION MODELS? CIVIL ENGINEERING STUDENTS’ UTILISATION OF TECHNOLOGY IN A GROUP PROJECT
Strand, Ingri (1); Hempel, Ernst Erik (1); Hjelseth, Eilif (2) // 2022
TOWARDS VALUE-DRIVEN EXPERIENCE DESIGN BY MINDING THE GAP BETWEEN VISUAL-OLFACTORY PERCEPTION
Kim, SuKyoung // 2022
3D sketches in virtual reality and their effect on development times
Seybold, C., & Mantwill, F. // 2021
A STUDENTS EXPLORATION WITH DIGITAL DESIGN: ASSOSIATIONS AND EMOTIONS FROM NATURE
Øverjordet, Pernille // 2021
Through the ages humans has drawn inspiration from nature. We`ve seen in art, design, and architecture. Nature is inexhaustible for inspiration, and different individuals find new things that ...
ADAPTING COURSE DESIGN TO FOSTER THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIAL ABILITIES IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION – A CASE STUDY
Zorn, Stefan (1); Jonuschies, Ingo (2); Gericke, Kilian (1) // 2021
Research has confirmed that spatial skills are crucial for success, especially in engineering design where interpreting views of an object represented by drawings, visualizing parts, or manipulating ...
BUILDING SUSTAINABLE MATERIAL NARRATIVES WITH MATERIAL PATHWAYS
Hasling, Karen Marie; Ræbild, Ulla // 2021
This paper introduces Material Pathways, a learning tool developed to strengthen awareness, initiate reflection and support discussion on the multifarious roles, materials can have within the design ...
CAN COMPARATIVE JUDGEMENT IMPROVE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCT-SERVICE SYSTEM DESIGN FOR STUDENTS
Dewit, Ivo; Corradi, David; Goossens, Maarten // 2021
One issue within current product development literature entails, both with students and with professionals, the reliable scaling and the objective assessment of products. This article will attempt to ...
Coordinating Synchronous Interdependent Decisions In Complex Projects
Kilani, Meriam; Marle, Franck; Vidal, Ludovic-Alexandre // 2021
Oil and gas projects present a wide range of opportunities and issues that challenge decision-making processes. The major challenge addressed here concerns the coordination of multiple interdependent ...
CREATIVE PROBLEM-FINDING: A SHIFT IN FOCUS FOR CREATIVE TOOLS
De Vos, Ellen (1,2); Baccarne, Bas (2); Emmanouil, Marina (1) // 2021
A definition of creative problem-solving includes the production of original, high quality and elegant solutions, challenged by novel, complex, ill-defined, or poorly structured problems . The ...
DESIGN CONTRIBUTION TO CONSUMERS KNOWLEDGE REGARDING HEALTHIER AND MORE SUSTAINABLE NUTRITIONAL CHOICES AT THE GROCERY STORE
Juodziukynaite, Egle // 2021
Past technological and societal changes have affected the way food is promoted, sold and consumed. The number of products has been significantly increased and at the same time – the amount of ...
Designing a data visualisation and analysis tool for supporting decision-making with public transportation network
Vallet, F., Khouadjia, M., Amrani, A., & Pouzet, J. // 2021
DESIGNING FOR TRUST IN EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE HEALTH SECTOR
Jensen, Amalie Damsgaard; Håkonsen, Eline; Keitsch, Martina // 2021
Design as an academic discipline requires a good deal of practice-based research and learning. By the same time, design theory and its findings and reflections become increasingly important for ...
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