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PROCESS FOR MAPPING CHALLENGES OF CROSS-BORDER MOBILITY IN THE BARENTS REGION
Suoheimo, Mari (1); Lusikka Toni (2) // 2020
There is a challenge in identifying problems in common to tackle them creatively and jointly in Mobility as a Service (MaaS) development. This all requires collaboration and commitment, which is a ...
REVEALING THE HIDDEN: USING A CO-DESIGN APPROACH TO EXPLORE ON CAMPUS ENERGY USE THROUGH THE REPRESENTATION OF CONSUMPTION DATA
Gwilt, Ian; Davis, Aaron // 2020
Cites around the world are looking for ways to reduce the energy consumption associated with the built environment, but there are a number of significant challenges in this. These include, ...
SHELTERING EMERGENCIES: Design development process of temporary housing in post-disaster settlement by community participation
Dev, Kankana Narayan; Das, Amarendra Kumar // 2020
This paper discusses the design process of developing a temporary shelter for the displaced people in the post-flood settlements of the Brahmaputra Valley. The built culture of the affected community ...
Structuring a Product Design Process for Optimizing the Scale of Derivative Development
Komano, Yuichi; Oizumi, Kazuya; Katsu, Fuyuku; Hattori, Yasushi; Miyoshi, Hiroyasu; Aoyama, Kazuhiro // 2020
In derivative development, by planning a reasonable design process in advance, the development scale can be suppressed. However, no systematic method to structure a process is established. This ...
THE HEALTHCARE DESIGN DILEMMA: PERILS OF A TECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN DESIGN PROCESS FOR MEDICAL PRODUCTS
Wilke, H., Badke-Schaub, P. and Thoring, K. // 2020
THE PROBLEMATIZATION FOR THE CREATIVITY IN DESIGN
Grazziotin Selau, Luiza (1,2,3); van der Linden, Julio (2); Duarte, Carlos (3) // 2020
This paper discusses the relations between stages of design projects. The literature review is based on authors who already discussed the subject to present a reflection on the stages of the process, ...
Understanding system features through information visualisations to improve product development: An exploratory study with data analysts
Idrissov, Agzam; Škec, Stanko; Maier, Anja M. // 2020
Information visualisations, such as diagrams and charts, support analysis of large amounts of information. While there exist various information visualisations for decision support in product ...
USING A CROSS-DOMAIN PRODUCT MODEL TO SUPPORT ENGINEERING CHANGE MANAGEMENT
Wilms, R., Kronsbein, P., Inkermann, D., Huth, T., Reik, M. and Vietor, T. // 2020
USING CROWDFUNDING AS PART OF THE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
Forbes, H., Han, J. and Schaefer, D. // 2020
Using DSMs for the Visualization and Analysis of Decision Models in Business Processes
Campagna, Dario; Kavka, Carlos; Nicastro, Sara; Poloni, Carlo; Turco, Alessandro // 2020
Business processes are represented nowadays with industry standards like Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) and Decision Model and Notation (DMN). Business analysts can graphically represent ...
VISUAL BOARDS: MOOD BOARD, STYLE BOARD OR CONCEPT BOARD?
Munk, Julie Elert; Sørensen, Jesper Sønderskov; Laursen, Linda Nhu // 2020
Visual boards are an important part of navigating a design process. The three most commonly known visual boards are mood boards, style boards and concept boards, which are all used in different parts ...
"DOGGY DOLLY": DESIGN EXPLORATION OF CUSTOMISED MOBILITY DEVICE FOR A HANDICAPPED DOG
Shin, Dosun // 2019
This paper introduces the research and process of assistive device design for a special 4-year-old dog who lost one of his front left leg due to a gun shot by a policeman on the street. This project ...
A Comparison of Design Activity of Academics and Practitioners Using the FBS Ontology: A Case Study
Hurst, Ada (1); Nespoli, Oscar G. (1); Abdellahi, Sarah (2); Gero, John S. (2) // 2019
Academics teach engineering design based on design theory and best practices, practitioners teach design based on their experience. Is there a difference between them? There appears to be little ...
A Computational Framework for Exploring the Socio-Cognitive Features of Teams and their Influence on Design Outcomes
Singh, Harshika (1); Cascini, Gaetano (1); Casakin, Hernan (2); Singh, Vishal (3) // 2019
The dynamics of design teams play a critical role in product development, mainly in the early phases of the process. This paper presents a conceptual framework of a computational model about how ...
A concept for process-oriented interdisciplinary tolerance management considering production-specific deviations
Heling, Bjoern; Oberleiter, Thomas; Rohrmoser, Andreas; Kiener, Christoph; Schleich, Benjamin; Hagenah, Hinnerk; Merklein, Marion; Willner, Kai; Wartzack, Sandro // 2019
To meet rising customer requirements, increasingly complex products have to be virtually validated. To achieve this within the framework of virtual product development, a wide range of aspects has to ...
A Design Case Study: 3D Printer Software Interface Design based on Home Users preferences Knowledge
Li, Xuenan; Zhao, Danhua; Zhao, Jianghong // 2019
The rapid development of 3D printing technology has an impact on all aspects of modern manufacturing, design and society. However, the home use of 3D printers is still limited by the difficulty in ...
A DESIGN INQUIRY INTO THE ROLE OF DESIGN PROCESS IN FOSTERING CREATIVE EXPLORATION OF IDEAS AND CONCEPTS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF DESIGN PROJECTS OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS
Joshi, Purba; Sinha, Sharmila // 2019
Creativity forms the base for innovation. Successful implementation of a creative idea can lead to innovation. As per De Bono, creativity deals with the transformation of existing ideas, views and ...
A methodology for the application of virtual evaluation methods within the design process of cold forged steel pinions
Rohrmoser, Andreas (1); Heling, BjÓrn (2); Schleich, Benjamin (2); Kiener, Christoph (1); Hagenah, Hinnerk (1); Wartzack, Sandro (2); Merklein, Marion (1) // 2019
Gears are essential machine elements in the drivetrain and transmission technology. The operational behaviour of a gear pairing is influenced by the design of the gear kinematics as well as the ...
A New Method of Human Response Testing to Enhance the Design Process
Kalantari, Saleh // 2019
This paper presents a new method of human-response testing to enhance the success of designs. Rather than waiting until after a building is constructed to see how the design will affect human users, ...
A PILOT STUDY: A CASE STUDY OF DESIGN TEACHING APPLYING THE INTERNET CROWDSOURCING TECHNOLOGY FOR UNDERGRADUATE DESIGN STUDENTS
Wu, Hao; Gan, Jing // 2019
Since the design education system was firstly established and spread to the public by Bauhaus in Weimar, year of 1919, people began to realise the necessity and rationality of design education in ...
A preliminary proposal towards unambiguous definitions for Modular Interfaces and Interactions
Fiorineschi, Lorenzo; Rotini, Federico // 2019
Modularity is acknowledged to provide benefits across the whole product lifecycle. Accordingly, many literature contributions can be found about modularization methods, metrics and definitions. In ...
A review of requirements and approaches for realistic visual perception in virtual reality
Gersch tz, Benjamin; Fechter, Marius; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro // 2019
The amount of new virtual reality input and output devices being developed is enormous. Those peripherals offer novel opportunities and possibilities in the industrial context, especially in the ...
A survey on the applications of machine learning in the early phases of product development
Shabestari, Seyed Sina; Herzog, Michael; Bender, Beate // 2019
Machine learning has shown its potential to support the knowledge extraction within the development processes and particularly in the early phases where critical decisions have to be made. However, ...
A systematic brainstorming ideation method for novice designers based on SECI theory
Kim, Taegyun; McKay, Alison; Thomas, Briony // 2019
Design ideation is a critical early step in any design process and especially challenging for novice designers. This paper introduces the "Systematic Brainstorming Ideation (SBI)" method that, as ...
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