Query returned 1841 results.
Experimentation throughout the product development process - lessons from food and beverage ventures
Ville Kukko-Liedes, Maria Mikkonen and Tua Björklund // 2019
Established companies turn to new ventures for bolstering exploration activities, but we know relatively little of the product development processes of startups and new ventures and how different ...
EXPLORATION OF NEW INNOVATION SCENARIOS THROUGH THE REINTERPRETATION OF LOCAL MATERIAL CULTURE IN THE MASTER IN DESIGN
Martins, Jo // 2019
Our Master's Degree in Integrated Design is a teaching project designed to protect, predominantly, a series of professional specializations. It is a precursor to the mission of the educational ...
Exploratory study of the integration of frugal innovation in the design of products for the BoP
Luis Miguel López Santiago (a1), Serge Rohmer (a1), René Díaz Pichardo (a1) (a2) and Tatiana Reyes (a1) // 2019
The bottom of the pyramid (BoP) consists of 1.4 billion people living less than 1.25 USD per day. Fulfilling unmet needs of BoP people involves the design of products as a main activity. Designing ...
Exploring Healthcare Systems Design Research And Practice: Outcomes Of An International Meeting
Komashie, Alexander (1); Lame, Guillaume (1); Patou, Francois (2); Ciccone, Nicholas (2); Maier, Anja (2); Clarkson, P. John (1) // 2019
Current healthcare delivery challenges are multi-faceted, requiring multiple perspectives to be addressed using a systems approach. However, a significant amount of healthcare systems design research ...
Exploring the influence of the level of technology and expected functions in product semantic
Kim, SoJeong (1); Yoon, JungKyoon (2); Kim, Chajoong (1) // 2019
This study attempted to explore how pragmatic and hedonic values are influenced by the level of technology and what particular functions have to be considered in the context of smart ...
Extracting and analysing design process data from log files of ICT supported co-creative sessions
Becattini, Niccolo' (1); Cascini, Gaetano (1); O'Hare, Jamie Alexander (2); Morosi, Federico (1); Boujut, Jean-Francois (3) // 2019
The observation of designers' behaviour in collaborative design activities and the analysis of protocols improved the understanding of how novel ideas emerge, what occurs among designers and, ...
Factors preventing the use of a lightweight design workflow that is inspired by the human locomotive system
Uttich, Eike; Bartz, Marcel; Bender, Beate // 2019
A workflow for the design process of technological products was derived from a model that describes the interplay of lightweight design principles in the human locomotive system. This workflow is not ...
FORM FOLLOWS STORY: AN APPROACH TO DESIGNING FOR COMMERCIAL SPACE TRAVEL
Germany, Jason O'Neill; Lund, Justin // 2019
Designers have long embraced uncertainty as a profession. Iterative approaches to problem solving and a desire to develop these alternatives into a final concepts are the underlying structure of the ...
Fostering creativity in design - An empirical study on improvement of requirement-satisfaction with introduction of InDeaTe tool
Acharya, Shakuntala (1); Bhatt, Apoorv Naresh (1); Chakrabarti, Amaresh (1); Nagai, Yukari (2) // 2019
In today?s highly competitive market, product success is determined by two critical factors - innovation and sustainability. While innovation looks to rampantly satisfy the consumers' ever growing ...
From Hand-Drawn Sketching to Laser Cutting - A Proof of Concept Prototype and Pilot Study
Kohtala, Sampsa; Steinert, Martin // 2019
Sketching ideas and building physical prototypes are common in early stage product development. They are used for learning, testing ideas, proving concepts and sharing knowledge. Laser cutting is a ...
Functional Trade-offs in the Mechanical Design of Integrated Products - Impact on Robustness and Optimisability
Sigurdarson, N // 2019
It is generally accepted in industry and academia that trade-offs between functional design objectives are an inevitable factor in the development of mechanical systems. These trade-offs can have a ...
Future Learning and Design Creativity Competency
Nagai, Yukari (1); Shimogoori, Akio (2); Ariga, Minatsu (1); Georgiev, Georgi V. (3) // 2019
In this study, we discuss a structure for developing the skills and competencies required by the learning framework of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) for future ...
Giving Meaning To Products Via A Conceptual Design Approach
Naz Yaldız and Mark Bailey // 2019
Although the conceptual design is a fundamental process through which design decisions are made, its focus is on finding the right solution. Is finding the right solution enough for a good design? ...
How do Digital Engineering and included AI based assistance tools change the product development process and the involved engineers
Bickel, Sebastian; Spruegel, Tobias C.; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro // 2019
Current trends in product development are digital engineering, the increasing use of assistance tools based on artificial intelligence and in general shorter product lifecycles. These trends and new ...
How does biologically inspired design cope with multi-functionality?
Svendsen, Nicklas; Lenau, Torben Anker // 2019
As catalysts for product innovation and product development, different approaches for biologically inspired design (BID) are exciting options. However, while general BID theory require a focus on ...
Human-in-the-loop Design with Machine Learning
Wang, Pan (1); Peng, Danlin (1); Li, Ling (2); Chen, Liuqing (1); Wu, Chao (3); Wang, Xiaoyi (3); Childs, Peter (1); Guo, Yike (1) // 2019
Deep learning methods have been applied to randomly generate images, such as in fashion, furniture design. To date, consideration of human aspects which play a vital role in a design process has not ...
Hybrid Additive Manufacturing - Requirements Engineering Framework for Process Chain Considerations
Schneberger, Jan-Henrik (1); H // 2019
Additive Manufacturing (AM) provides significant opportunities for design and functional integration of parts and assemblies. Compared to conventional processes, the AM principle increases design ...
Hybrid Prototyping: Pure Theory or a Practical Solution to Accelerating Prototyping Tasks?
Mathias, David; Hicks, Ben; Snider, Chris // 2019
Physical prototyping is critical activity in the produce development process, but the cost and time required to produce prototypes hinders it use in the design process. Hybrid prototyping through ...
Industry Trends to 2040
Eckert, Claudia (1); Isaksson, Ola (2); Hallstedt, Sophie (3); Malmqvist, Johan (2); // 2019
The engineering design community needs to development tools and methods now to support emerging technological and societal trends. While many forecasts exist for technological and societal changes, ...
Influence of Information Collection Strategy on Designer?s Mental Stress
Zhao, Mengting; Zeng, Yong // 2019
Information collection may affect the design quality and designer's performance through changing the structure of information and the way how information is searched and organized. Based on the ...
Integrating the product development process in scientific research. Bridging the research-market gap
Mesa, David; Thong, Christine; Ranscombe, Charles; Kuys, Blair // 2019
Science and technology generated by Universities has many challenges in reaching commercial product applications, as has been explored in a range of literature. Product design has been identified to ...
Interview study on the agile development of mechatronic systems
Goevert, Kristin (1); Heimicke, Jonas (2); Lindemann, Udo (1); Albers, Albert (2) // 2019
In order to be as responsive as possible to changes in the dynamic context of mechatronic system development, companies are increasingly integrating agile approaches into their development processes. ...
Investigating The Influence of the Decoy Effect in Pairwise Comparison in Terms of Idea Selection in the Product Development Process
Tanaiutchawoot, Narucha (1); Bursac, Nikola (2); Rapp, Simon (1); Albers, Albert (1) // 2019
Many activities in the new product development requires the decision making to find the final solution from multiple alternatives and make an evaluation. Even methods to support decision maker are ...
Konzept für den MBSE-Einsatz zur automatisierten Individualisierung von komplexen Produkten
Fabian Dworschak; Christoph Zirngibl; Benjamin Schleich; Sandro Wartzack // 2019
Due to increasing market transparency. companies are mainly focusing on development of customized products. In this course. a competitive advantage should be achieved through the automated adaptation ...
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.