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THE PROJECT WORKBOOK AS A COMMUNICATION, ORGANISATION AND REFLECTION TOOL

Thomsen, Bente Dahl // 2018
The project workbook as a collection of working papers, which are continuously generated during a product development process, is challenged by the digital media. The purpose of the project workbook ...

THE ROLE OF USER-CENTRED DESIGN IN SMART WEARABLE SYSTEMS DESIGN PROCESS

Francés-Morcillo, Leire; Morer-Camo, Paz; Rodríguez-Ferradas, Maria Isabel; Cazón-Martín, Aitor // 2018
Wearable electronics make possible to monitor human activity and behaviour. Most of these devices have not taken into account human factors and they have instead focused on technological issues. This ...

The Way We Design: A design process and manual for industrial product development

Kenger, Patrick // 2018
The design work made by designing engineers need to be clearly defined and structured. The design process to follow should naturally lead to a systematic design work that reduce wasteful work, and ...

THINKING STYLES IN PRODUCT OPPORTUNITY RECOGNITION - A RATHER ENTREPRENEURIAL POINT OF VIEW

Zagorac, Zorica; Marxt, Christian // 2018
Actual cognitive strategies in relation to identifying new business opportunities have rarely been researched. This paper investigates the roles of a pair of cognitive strategies – divergent and ...

TOWARDS A TRULY INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION

O'Kane, Colm; Tully, Robert // 2018
The education of new designers and innovators who can develop new product and service interventions to meet society’s challenges in the 21st century is a complex task. Design itself lies at the ...

TOWARDS SYSTEMATIC DESIGN OF CYBER-PHYSICAL PRODUCT-SERVICE SYSTEMS

Rizvi, Mohd Ahsan Kabir; Chew, Eng // 2018
Modern businesses are servitizing their offerings into product-service system to achieve customized value co-creation and superior customer satisfaction. PSS are evolving to incorporate ...

UNEXPECTED DISCOVERIES AND THEIR ENHANCEMENT OF THE DESIGN PROCESS

Mejia, Luis Alfonso; Arango, Hugo Dario; Chandrasekera, Tilanka // 2018
The design process has evolved with the inclusion of technology, affecting the creative process. Digital media tools have become for design studios and educational facilities a setting for idea ...

15 industry cases of product-service systems for manufacturing companies and their comparison framework

Kim, Yong Se; Choe, Yunhwa // 2017
Many manufacturing companies develop Product-Service Systems (PSS) based on their product strengths by devising service elements to achieve business innovation. Such servitization processes and ...

A CBR approach for supporting ecodesign with SysML

Bougain, Sébastien Joël; Gerhard, Detlef // 2017
Taking environmental and sustainability issues adequately into account within the design process is mandatory but leads to additional complexity since even more engineering domains have to be ...

A comparison of design decisions made early and late in development

Tan, James; Otto, Kevin; Wood, Kristin // 2017
The occurrence rates and cost impact of design changes made early and later in the design process were studied, to test and quantify the 80-20 rule of design cost impacts, that early design decisions ...

A computational approach to expose conversation dynamics in engineering design activities

Wulvik, Andreas; Menning, Axel; Steinert, Martin // 2017
This paper presents work in the field of using computational tools to expose conversation dynamics in design activities. We are considering quantitatively how designers engage in design conversations ...

A computational tool for virtual product development exploiting changeability knowledge

Francalanza, Emmanuel; Borg, Jonathan; Constantinescu, Carmen // 2017
Shifts in customer needs coupled with highly competitive markets and technological advances, means that product families evolve over time. Product family evolution has an effect not only on how the ...

A corpus-led approach on guidelines extraction from design thinking methodologies

Rosa, Maiara; Nogueira, Giovana; Rozenfeld, Henrique // 2017
Target of criticism and enthusiastic expressions in literature, design thinking (DT) as spread by IDEO has been popularized and practitioners’ literature has been growing. However, this DT strand ...

A crowdsourced design experiment using free-hand sketch design method based on the cDesign framework

Wu, Hao; Corney, Jonathan // 2017
In the age of ubiquitous, global Internet the process of product design is no longer confined to individuals or groups of employees but can be carried out by the combined efforts of many people ...

A decade trend of utilization of design tools and methods in Japanese product industries

Nomaguchi, Yutaka; Takami, Masashi; Sakaguchi, Anna; Fujita, Kikuo // 2017
Researchers in the design engineering domain have devoted to develop various tools and methods which support new product development activities. However, there are less research works surveying their ...

A design case study: Transferring design processes and prototyping principles into industry for rapid response and user impact

Sng, Karen Hui En; Raviselvam, Sujithra; Anderson, David; Blessing, Lucienne; Camburn, Bradley Adam; Wood, Kristin // 2017
Process models and design principles play a major role in the development of a product. With every process and principle having their own benefits, deciding the right combination is a challenging ...

A framework for designing end use products for direct manufacturing using additive manufacturing technologies

Zhu, Zicheng; Pradel, Patrick; Bibb, Richard; Moultrie, James // 2017
Additive Manufacturing (AM) has enjoyed rapid development over the past decade and improved process capability brings attractive potentials for direct manufacturing of end use components and ...

A function- and embodiment-based failure analysis method for an in-depth understanding of failure mechanisms

Gladysz, Bartosz; Spandl, Lukas; Albers, Albert // 2017
Research studies have shown that there is an industry demand for improved failure analysis as well as failure documentation and this could be accomplished by model-based failure analysis methods. ...

A guide to investigating design process models context of use

Costa, Daniel Guzzo; Costa, Janaina; Rozenfeld, Henrique // 2017
Design process models are created for different purposes, which includes assisting the design team to manage a project and to perform their day-to-day activities. In both cases, process models should ...

A method for the expert-based identification of engineering change propagation

Kattner, Niklas; Mehlstäubl, Jan; Becerril, Lucia; Hollauer, Christoph; Weidmann, Dominik; Lindemann, Udo // 2017
Handling engineering changes effectively becomes more and more important for the performance of the overall design process. Therefore, it is crucial to assess the propagation of engineering changes ...

A methodical approach to support ideation for additive manufacturing in design education

Watschke, Hagen; Bavendiek, Ann-Kathrin; Giannakos, Alexander; Vietor, Thomas // 2017
Additive manufacturing (AM) is a relatively new technology which opens the door to many new design possibilities for end-use products. However, many design engineers often are not familiar with the ...

A new "knowledge-based engineering" guideline

Luft, Thomas; Roth, Daniel; Binz, Hansgeorg; Wartzack, Sandro // 2017
It is necessary to enable product developers to use specific engineering knowledge in an efficient and fast way during the product development process. However, existing procedures supporting the ...

A qualitative study to identify the need and requirements on further development of design guidelines for fibre-reinforced composites

Butenko, Viktoriia; Wilwer, Jürgen; Spadinger, Markus; Albers, Albert // 2017
This paper describes the methodological approach and results of a qualitative study used to identify the needs and requirements on the further development of design guidelines for fibre-reinforced ...

A SHIFT FROM TECHNICAL PROPERTIES TOWARDS SENSORIAL CHARACTERISTICS IN PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION

Asbjřrn Sörensen, Charlotte; Warell, Anders; Jagtap, Santosh // 2017
The aim of this study is to evaluate a new pedagogic approach implemented in a compulsory materials course for product design students at bachelors level at ABC University. When developing a new ...

Boolean Searches

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”
  • design*
    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.

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