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Designer's identity: Development of personal attributes and design skills over education

Kunrath, Kamila; Cash, Philip; Li-Ying, Jason // 2017
Designers’ Professional identity (DPI) is a social- and self-perceptive construct through which designers are able to identify themselves. To understand the development of DPI, not just as a ...

DIGITAL DRAWING DEMYSTIFIED: EXPLORING A CREATIVE ZONE OF PROXIMAL DEVELOPMENT

Seiersten, Nils; Berg, Arild // 2017
In the process of work life, product designers are expected to master and use digital tools. This must therefore be integrated in teaching in a pedagogically appropriate manner. Research has shown ...

Ekphrasis as a design method

Gero, John // 2017
Ekphrasis is the expression of a concept that is represented in the medium of one domain in the medium of another domain. This paper presents the results from exploring the concept of ekphrasis as ...

Eliciting configuration design heuristics with hidden Markov models

McComb, Christopher; Cagan, Jonathan; Kotovsky, Kenneth // 2017
Configuration design problems, characterized by the selection and assembly of components into a final desired solution, are common in engineering design. Although a variety of theoretical approaches ...

Employing design representations for user-feedback in the product design lifecycle

Ray, Samantak; Choi, Young Mi // 2017
The product design lifecycle is dependent on user-feedback to deploy products with the highest rate of market success. User-feedback informs a product design to cater to the needs of the consumer. ...

Engineering value-effective healthcare solutions: A systems design perspective

Patou, François; Maier, Anja // 2017
Our modern healthcare systems commonly face an important dilemma. While they depend on innovation to provide continuously greater healthcare value, they also struggle financially with the burden of ...

ering design: What’s the difference?

Greene, Melissa; Gonzalez, Richard; Papalambros, Panos; McGowan, Anna-Maria // 2017
Design thinking (DT) and engineering systems thinking (EST) are two complementary approaches to understanding cognition, organization, and other non-technical factors that influence the design and ...

Estimating the impact of systems engineers on systems design processes

Collopy, Arianne; Greene, Melissa; Adar, Eytan; Papalambros, Panos // 2017
In this work we develop an understanding of how systems engineers or system integrators can mediate communication channels within a design organization, leading to increased technical success where ...

GAME DYNAMICS IN DESIGN - A PROCESS TO ACHIEVE CREATIVE AGENCY (TO GIVE PEOPLE A CHANCE)

Sjovoll, Vibeke; Gulden, Tore // 2017
Product designers often take it upon themselves to define environments, problems, and solutions for others. Unfortunately this can serve to arrest the potential engagement for people and block the ...

ICT VERSUS CRAFT IN DESIGN EDUCATION FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC

Strand, Ingri; Nielsen, Liv Merete // 2017
In this study, the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in the subject Art and crafts in general education in Norway is examined through a survey and qualitative interviews with ...

Identifying affordances from online product reviews

Hou, Tianjun; Yannou, Bernard; Leroy, Yann; Poirson, Emilie; Mata, Ivan; Fadel, Georges // 2017
Affordance based design is developed since the beginning of 21st century. Affordances being revealed properties of a system in a context, they may be much diverse and unexpected. Consequently, it is ...

Improving the sketching ability of engineering design students

Hilton, Ethan Clark; Paige, Myela; Williford, Blake; Li, Wayne; Hammond, Tracy ; Linsey, Julie // 2017
From improving spatial visualization skills to concept generation, sketching is both a useful practice and a powerful tool for engineering designers. The method of teaching free-hand sketching in ...

INTEGRATING A MULTIDISCIPLINARY DESIGN METHODS MINDSET INTO CLASSROOM PRACTICE

Stark, Camilla Gwendolyn; Howell, Bryan // 2017
Sanders and Stappers (2013) propose a new interpretation of design disciplines that is not delineated by traditional fields such as industrial design, graphic design, or architecture, but by themes ...

INTRODUCING SECOND-YEAR STUDENTS TO CONCEPT-BASED PROJECTS FOR INCREASED SUCCESS IN THIRD-YEAR SPONSORED PROJECTS

Fry, Richard Eldon // 2017
To increase the performance and decrease the stress of students in a third-year externally sponsored project experience, second-year industrial design students are introduced to a critical ...

Learning by migrating: A computational study of diversity and team-level decision-making

Thomas, Russell; Gero, John // 2017
How does previous experience and learning influence a team’s ability to successfully agree on a system architecture, team roles and responsibilities, and design method? Migration of team members ...

MORPHOLOGY TO ILLUSTRATE THE MENTAL MODEL OF A DESIGN TEAM’S PROCESS

Zeiler, Wim // 2017
The need for nearly zero energy and environmentally sustainable buildings introduced further complexity in the design process of buildings. This calls for a holistic integral design approach with the ...

Navigating the common approaches to product development

Vance, Julia K.; Giambalvo, Jack; Hoffenson, Steven // 2017
Many design approaches are used and taught in industry and academia, and it is difficult even for seasoned design professionals to know which to use. These design approaches were developed in ...

On the relationship between affordance and expected performance

De Benetti, Nicolo; Fantoni, Gualtiero; Chiarello, Filippo; Bonaccorsi, Andrea; Fadel, Georges; Mata, Ivan // 2017
The paper describes an attempt to understand if and how product affordances and guessed performance alter the user ability to assess real performances during actual interaction with the product. The ...

PASTEL AS A SWIFT SKETCH TOOL FOR DESIGN EDUCATION AND PRACTICE: A QUALITATIVE REVIEW

Hoftijzer, J. // 2017
Since the field of industrial design to a great extend concerns the creative development of three-dimensional objects, project communication is often a visual matter. The activity of design drawing ...

Sensing behaviour in healthcare design

Thorpe, Julia Rosemary; Forchhammer, Birgitte Hysse; Maier, Anja // 2017
We are entering an era of distributed healthcare that should fit and respond to individual needs, behaviour and lifestyles. Designing such systems is a challenging task that requires continuous ...

SOLVING GRAND CHALLENGES TOGETHER: A BRAZIL-NORWAY APPROACH TO TEACHING COLLABORATIVE DESIGN AND PROTOTYPING OF ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PRODUCTS FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING

Sandnes, Frode Eika; Medola, Fasto Orsi; Berg, Arild; Rodrigues, Osmar Vicente; Mirtaheri, Peymann; Gjřvaag, Terje // 2017
This paper describes the roadmap for a long term strategic internationalization project involving two key higher education institutions in Norway and Brazil. The project involves six different yet ...

SYSTEMATIC COOPERATION FOR IMPROVED PRACTICE IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS’ DESIGN EDUCATION IN THE ARTS AND CRAFTS SUBJECT

Brodshaug, Irene; Reitan, Janne Beate // 2017
This paper focuses on communities of practice and educational development with design education in the subject of Arts and Crafts in primary and lower secondary schools in Norway. In part, this study ...

The attentional capture of colour in visual interface design: a controlled-environment study

Andersen, Emil; Maier, Anja // 2017
The use of colour is an integral component in visual interface design for creating separation between objects and for conveying meaning. It has previously been established that colours can be ...

The idea mapping board: A tool for assessing design concepts and visualizing a team's use of the design space

Helm, Kevin; Henderson, Daniel; Jablokow, Kathryn; Daly, Shanna; Yilmaz, Seda; Silk, Eli ; Sevier, Daniel // 2017
This paper introduces the Idea Mapping Board, a visualization tool that supports the formation of shared mental models within design teams during concept generation and assessment. The Idea Mapping ...

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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