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A MODEL FOR LEARNING TEAMWORK SKILLS

Tessier, Virginie // 2021
The social practice of design is well implanted in the professional field. Working with others from inside or outside the field is recognized as beneficial for a project’s quality and efficiency. ...

A semantic web approach for structuring data-driven methods in the product development process

Benjamin Gerschütz, Benjamin Schleich, Sandro Wartzack // 2021
For the successful integration of data-driven methods in existing processes, it is first necessary to know these methods and their fields of application, potentials, and individual limits. This ...

A STUDY ON THE COMMUNICATION METHOD FOR ONLINE PARTICIPATORY DESIGN WORKSHOP

Zhang, Yanfang (1); Inamura, Tokushu (1); Ito, Shinichiro (2); Cruz, Christian (3) // 2021
In the 21st century, global environmental changes and rapid changes in social structures have led to a variety of social issues. To solve these global issues, new mechanisms need to be created. In ...

ADAPTING SOCIAL DESIGN RESEARCH METHODS FOR SOCIALLY DISTANCED PRACTICE

Glyn-Davies, Adela; Russell, Paul // 2021
As designers, consultancies [1] and publicly funded design organisations [2] increasingly acknowledge the potential for the use of Design to positively contribute toward social impact, Social Design ...

AN ETHICAL APPROACH TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE IN THE DESIGN PROCESS

Knutsen, Fredrik Hope // 2021
The product design field is commonly known for focusing on solving the users' needs. However, behavioural design can contribute with a different approach in design education, where the aim is to ...

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 [1]. The ...

Der Einfluss der Fügetechnik auf die Konstruktion von Produkten für das Kreislaufwirtschaftssystem

Phillip Wallat, Armin Lohrengel // 2021
To transform the current economic system towards a circular economy it is necessary to design products accordingly. Many information regarding the suitability of those products are already in ...

DESIGNING FOR EQUITY, ACCESSIBILITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN AN UNDERGRAD INDUSTRIAL DESIGN COURSE

Seeschaaf-Veres, Angelika; Giuliano, Mariela // 2021
Centered on a Universal Design for Learning approach, a third-year undergraduate course at OCAD University, Design for Health, has approached the pandemic as a problem-based learning opportunity. The ...

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 ...

Entwicklung eines Prozesses zur Konstruktion von Hybrid-Implantaten für die Herstellung mittels additiver Fertigung

Martin Pendzik, Lydia Mika, Björn Scheibner, Stefan Holtzhausen, Ralph Stelzer // 2021
Additive manufacturing is characterized by a high degree of individuality and flexibility with regard to design and product layout. This enables the integration of different functions in a component. ...

ETHICS IN DESIGN EDUCATION, BUT DIFFERENT: PRACTICING THE PRACTICAL TURN

Eggink, Wouter // 2021
Industrial Design Engineers have social responsibility by the very nature of their activities; bringing new products and services into the world of the user. This responsibility calls for ethical ...

Evaluation of design support tools for additive manufacturing and conceptualisation of an integrated knowledge management framework

Claudius Ellsel, Sebastian Werner, Jan Göpfert, Rainer Stark // 2021
Over time, additive manufacturing (AM) has gained more and more adoption into series production. Software tools are developed to assist designers to incorporate specific design for additive ...

FROM CO-DESIGN TO CO-EDUCATION: A COMMUNITY COLLABORATION STUDY CASE FOR DESIGN EDUCATION

Wu, Duan (1); Shi, Yin (2); Liu, Yang (3) // 2021
Design education aims to ‘serve environmental, technological and societal changes and challenges’. While evidence suggests a worldwide increase of cross-disciplinary working as partnerships transcend ...

Modellbasierte Umsetzung des Anforderungsmanagements zur Unterstützung der Entwicklung eines Experimentalsatelliten

Emir Gadzo, Jan Mehlstäubl, Martin Denk, Kristin Paetzold // 2021
The needs and expectations of customers for a system are reflected in the requirements. The management of requirements therefore plays an important role in the product development process. In order ...

Procedure for the transferability of application-specific boundary conditions for the testing of components and products

Lukas Schwan, Philipp Hüttich, Marie Wegner, Dieter Krause // 2021
Testing plays an important role in the product development process in order to verify the safety and functionality of products and components. Application-specific boundary conditions must be ...

PROTOTYPING REMOTELY TOGETHER WITH 2D, 3D AND IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL REALITY DESIGN TOOLS

Evans, Pete (1); Söderlund, Carina (2) // 2021
Today, the Fourth Industrial Revolution has seen a technological evolution accelerate at an exponential rate (Schwab, 2016). Due to the development of digital technology, this accelerating trend has ...

RETHINKING AND ADAPTING APPROACHES TO EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY TO ADDRESS CULTURAL AND BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE AND CHALLENGES

Andrews, Deborah; Newton, Elizabeth J.; Lishman, Ben // 2021
Designers and engineers have developed many products, systems and services that have been socially, economically and environmentally beneficial. From the early 1930s however, many designers and ...

SOLUTION REPERTOIRE

Turnhout, Koen; Smits, Aletta // 2021
Research about design cognition acknowledges the importance of knowledge about exiting solutions. Designers tend to employ solution oriented thinking strategies; they generate idea’s starting from ...

TEACHING DESIGNERS ENTREPRENEURSHIP: MAPPING STUDENT DESIGN PROCESS OF LEAN START-UP AND EFFECTUATION

Tran, Quang; Laursen, Linda Nhu // 2021
Recent studies show entrepreneurs tend to priorities’ either the business or the design side of their startup, as combining design and entrepreneurship may represent a dual focus and tension in the ...

THE GIFT OF UNCERTAINTY - HOW CAN DESIGN EDUCATION BRING COMPLEXITY AND UNPREDICTABILITY INTO A POSITIVE FRAMEWORK FOR DESIGNERS?

Wigum, Kristin Storen (1); Gulden, Tore (2) // 2021
In this article we discuss the pain of letting go of the existing illusion of the designers’ ability to predict the future. The illusion is typically existent when it is considered a skill to survive ...

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 ...

Voraussetzungen für den Einsatz datengetriebener Methoden in der Produktentwicklung

Jan Mehlstäubl, Simon Nicklas, Benjamin Gerschütz, Nicolai Sprogies, Benjamin Schleich, Thomas Lohner, Sandro Wartzack, Karsten Stahl, Kristin Paetzold // 2021
Data mining and machine learning are successfully applied in many business areas such as marketing or production. Due to the increasing complexity in data and information flows and the large amount ...

A Matrix-Based Blueprint for System Architecture Design – A Case Study with an Industrial Partner

Lender, Benjamin Nils Johannes; Trauer, Jakob; Schweigert-Recksiek, Sebastian; Spreitzer, Karsten; Chmielewski, Nils; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
Trends like digitalization, servitization and the ongoing globalization drive an ever more growing product complexity. To handle this challenge and to succeed on fast-paced markets, companies need to ...

A posture prediction method for ergonomic assessment of user-product interactions while grasping using musculoskeletal human models

Hartmann, Carla; Wolf, Alexander; Miehling, Jörg; Wartzack, Sandro; // 2020
Using digital human models (DHMs) as the virtual representation of the human body enables the integration of ergonomic assessments in the product design process. Especially the use of DHMs in the ...

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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