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TOWARD HYBRID TEAMS: A PLATFORM TO UNDERSTAND HUMAN-COMPUTER COLLABORATION DURING THE DESIGN OF COMPLEX ENGINEERED SYSTEMS

Song, B., Soria Zurita, N. F., Zhang, G., Stump, G., Balon, C., Miller, S. W., Yukish, M., Cagan, J. and McComb, C. // 2020

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 ...

Virtual fitting of personalised knitwear based on 3D anthropometry

Jellema, Anton Harmen (1); Van der Bie, Maartje (2); Zhou, Wenjun (2); Huysmans, Toon (1) // 2020
The Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering of the Delft University of Technology offers a bachelor’s degree education programme and three master programmes. Our students are lectured in ergonomics ...

WORK-INTEGRATED LEARNING FOR MASTER STUDENTS IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Ghysels, Pieter; Roseaux, Bianca; Jacoby, Alexis J // 2020
Both graduate and undergraduate students in design and product development acquire very specific domain related competences throughout their study program. These educational targets, compiled in 12 ...

3D ANTHROPOMETRY IN ERGONOMIC PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION

Jellema, Anton (1); Galloin, Evan (2); Massé, Benoît (2); Ruiter, Iemkje (1); Molenbroek, Johan (1); Huysmans, Toon (1) // 2019
The Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering of the Delft University of Technology offers a bachelor’s degree education programme and three master programmes. Our students are lectured in ergonomics ...

A "lattice" approach to design education: Bringing real and integrated design experience to the classroom through Engineering Design Days

Hurst, Ada; Rennick, Chris; Bedi, Sanjeev // 2019
While design is fundamental to engineering practice, modern training in engineering design has almost exclusively moved to the classroom, providing students little exposure to holistic, real-world ...

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 study of the effect of experience on problem/solution space exploration in teams

Perisic, Marija Majda (1); Martinec, Tomislav (1); Storga, Mario (1,2); Gero, John S (3,4) // 2019
This paper presents the results of computational experiments aimed at studying the effect of experience on design teams? exploration of problem-solution space. An agent-based model of a design team ...

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 Review of Affordances and Affordance-Based Design to Address Usability

Masoudi, Nafiseh (1); Fadel, Georges M. (1); Pagano, Christopher C. (2); Elena, Maria Vittoria (1) // 2019
Maier and Fadel pioneered Affordance-Based Design (ABD) based on Gibson?s revolutionary theory of affordances and Norman?s deployment of the concept in his book, ?The Design of Everyday Things?. ...

An integral design framework for multi-disciplinary design

Zeiler, Wim // 2019
A comprehensive domain independent system-level perspective of conceptualization of design is a major driver for successful product development. Such a general design model, Integral Design, was ...

APPLICATION OF INDUSTRIAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION

Kind, Simon (1); Dybov, Anton (1); Buchholz, Christian (1); Stark, Rainer (1,2) // 2019
An increased level of product complexity to design individualized products, reduced time for development until delivery and a more interconnected and globalized way of cooperation are actual trends ...

Building Tangible Augmented Reality Models for Use in Product Development

Jain, Karan; Choi, Young Mi // 2019
This paper discusses the issues involved with creating a Tangible Augmented Reality representation of a product so that it can be effectively and validly used to support the product design process. ...

Comparing the Design Neurocognition of Mechanical Engineers and Architects: A Study of the Effect of Designer's Domain

Vieira, Sonia Liliana da Silva (1); Gero, John S. (2); Delmoral, Jessica (1); Gattol, Valentin (3); Fernandes, Carlos (4); Fernandes, Ant // 2019
New tools from neuroscience allow design researchers to explore design neurocognition. By taking the advantage of EEG's temporal resolution we give up spatial resolution to focus on the performance ...

Coordination in Design Teams as a Lens to Identifying Team Roles

Collopy, Arianne X.; Li, Chengxi; Liu, Tianyi; Adar, Eytan; Papalambros, Panos Y. // 2019
Coordination in system design requires an interplay between different roles. In this work, we identify five design team roles that pertain to the partitioning and coordination of distributed design ...

Design Thinking: an approach with various perceptions

Bouwman, Sanne (1); Voorendt, Jesper (1); Eisenbart, Boris (2); McKilligan, Seda (3) // 2019
Design Thinking has become increasingly popular across different disciplines. However, what it exactly entails is becoming more and more vague, leading to the term being used for many different ...

Designing for better healthcare: A systemic approach utilising behavioural theory, technology and an understanding of healthcare delivery systems

Nicholas W Ciccone, Francois Patou, and Anja M Maier // 2019
An ageing population leading to more chronic disease is straining healthcare systems. This paper makes two core contributions to healthcare systems design research: Firstly, a systemic ...

DOUBLE BLENDED LEARNING FOR MASTER DESIGN STUDENTS & DESIGN PRACTITIONERS

van Boeijen, Annemiek // 2019
e culture and apply the results to their work.

We assumed that the course would give working professionals the opportunity to learn and benefit from these master students' work; their reflections on ...

Ecodesign from high school to bachelor level: a French case study

Perpignan, Catherine (1); Robin, Vincent (2); Baouch, Yacine (1); Eynard, Benoit (1) // 2019
Nowadays, our society needs that an awareness be made about our impact on the planet. Many more or less alarmist reports tell us that there is a need to change our consumption patterns, production ...

EDUCATIONAL PLANNING FOR SYSTEMS-ORIENTED DESIGN: APPLYING SYSTEMIC RELATIONSHIPS TO META-MAPPING OF GIGA MAPS

Blaasvaer, Linda (1); Sevaldson, Birger (2) // 2019
With the objective to improve the education of system literate designers we seek to develop the pedagogy in Systems Oriented Design (SOD) (Sevaldson, 2009) at The Oslo School of Architecture and ...

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 ...

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 PLAY INTERVENTIONS IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Hazen, Garrett; Morgan, David; Howell, Bryan // 2019
This study reports a collection of surveyed responses from industrial design students at Brigham Young University over six semesters regarding high levels of perceived stress in a competitive class ...

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