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AN INTERACTION-BASED DESIGN THINKING APPROACH FOR ARCHITECTURE AS A COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SYSTEM
Shen, Tao (1); Nagai, Yukari (2) // 2020
Creativity is a vital part of design studies, and many literatures have approached design creativity from the perspectives of cognition and social behaviors. Several methods and tools have been ...
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA WITHIN CHINA’S INDUSTRIAL DESIGN EDUCATION
Fan, Yun (1); Zhang, Yang (1); Bohemia, Erik (2); Nielsen, Liv Merete (2); Xia, Xiang (3) // 2020
This paper discusses issues regarding cultivating the creative ability of Chinese industrial design undergraduate students in the teaching and learning process. First, we review literature explores ...
BRAIN ACTIVITY IN CONSTRAINED AND OPEN DESIGN SPACES: AN EEG STUDY
Vieira, Sonia (1); Gero, John S. (2); Delmoral, Jessica (3); Li, Shumin (1); Cascini, Gaetano (1); Fernandes, António (4) // 2020
Creativity is recognized as essential for changing the design space from constrained to open spaces. This study compares the neurophysiological activations of 18 professional industrial designers in ...
Building on Design Thinking to Work Creatively with Knowledge: A tale of two paradigms
McElheron, Paul John // 2020
Creative problem solving is an important 21st century skill, and design thinking has found application in a range of sectors including education, driven by its promise as a catalyst for innovation. ...
BUSINESSPERSONS’ IDEA GENERATION CONFIDENCE SHIFTS THROUGH A MINIMUM DESIGN THINKING TRAINING
Furue, Nanami // 2020
Design thinking has long been focused as one of the methods for generating innovation. However, the universal effect of applying design thinking to the real business has sometimes been ...
CAN SOUND OVERCOMES CHALLENGES AND BOOST STUDENTS CREATIVITY?
Alhussain, Danah Fouad (1); Counsell, John (2); Perham, Nick (2); Pigott, Jon (2) // 2020
Some HE institutions restrict students’ choice of where to work. These restrictions, in addition to students being in shared non-ideal environs, such as institutional spaces, reduce their personal ...
COMPETENCY-BASED EVALUATION FOR CREATIVE AND EXPERIMENTAL IMMERSION CHALLENGE
Vázquez Esquivel, Rubén; Acuña López, Alejandro; Ramirez, Fermín; Álvarez Tostado, Marisol; Zarate, Sofía // 2020
“Suffocating” was the name given to the transmedia interactive installation, product of the challenge that 28 students achieved in five weeks as part of the Immersion and Creative Experimentation ...
COMPUTATIONAL CONCEPTUAL DISTANCES IN COMBINATIONAL CREATIVITY
Han, J., Hua, M., Park, D., Wang, P. and Childs, P. R. N. // 2020
CREATIVE THINKING: COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS IMBUED WITH AI
Wendrich, R. E. // 2020
CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION FOR CHILDREN: PRESENTATION AND FIRST EXPERIMENT OF NEW (SERIOUS) GAME
LIBE, Clara; GRENOUILLAT, Alexandre; LAGOUTTE, Jean; JEAN, Camille; MARANZANA, Nicolas // 2020
Serious games are not only games for an entertaining purpose, they are also designed to teach concepts in a playful way. These games are more and more popular in the family, school and work ...
CREATIVITY ASSESSMENT VIA NOVELTY AND USEFULNESS (CANU) – APPROACH TO AN EASY TO USE OBJECTIVE TEST TOOL
Prasch, Lorenz; Maruhn, Philipp; Brünn, Marcel; Bengler, Klaus // 2020
Creativity, or the ability to generate new and useful ideas or products, is considered a key factor in modern society. The role it plays in the workplace and day-to-day activities is on the rise and ...
DECODING SUSTAINABLE COMPETENCIES AND DIDACTICS IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Østergaard, Thomas // 2020
As recent reports and researchers suggest, the development of future ‘creativity’ and ‘creative skills’ of the future designers could be determinant for the designer’s capacity of dealing with the ...
DESIGN AS A CATALYST: A PEDAGOGICAL FRAMEWORK
Gudur, Raghavendra Reddy (1); McDonagh, Deana (2); Harris, Maurita T. (2); Rogers, Wendy A. (2) // 2020
There is an increasing interest in the design and creative thinking process in the Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and health education disciplines. Many new degree programs ...
DESIGN FOR ONE: PERSONALISATION AND EXPERIENCES OF DESIGN RESEARCHERS AND PARTICIPANTS
den Haan, Marjolein C. (1); Brankaert, Rens (1,2); Lu, Yuan (1) // 2020
Personalisation in design is desired to address the uniqueness of people, and the design for one process is suitable to achieve this. However, more research is needed on people’s experience with such ...
Designing aesthetics for play(fulness)
Legaard, Jesper Falck // 2020
Whilst aesthetics in a general sense has often been a subject for research, there is less research on how aesthetics more specifically relates to play and playfulness in experiences. In this paper I ...
DO ALL CREATIVE STIMULI WORK THE SAME? INSIGHTS FROM A WORKSHOP WITH PROFESSIONALS
Singh, H., Becattini, N. and Cascini, G. // 2020
DROWNING PREVENTION BY DESIGN: THE SEMIOTICS OF PROTOTYPING IN LOW-RESOURCE ENVIRONMENTS – CASE STUDY ZANZIBAR
Conrad, Franziska (1); Devall, Lucy (2) // 2020
This paper presents an overview of an exploratory case study collaboration between Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) in support of an RNLI delivery ...
EMOTIONS: THE INVISIBLE ASPECT OF CO-CREATION WORKSHOPS
Soto Hormazábal, Mariluz; Beaulé, Caoimhe Isha; Alhonsuo, Mira; Miettinen, Satu // 2020
This article focuses on the emotions service designers experience in their role as facilitators. We will explore emotions in the context of a co-creative environment, and discuss how encounters ...
Engaging Digital Engineering Students in Design Thinking
Traifeh, Hanadi; Nicolai, Claudia; Refaie, Reem; Meinel, Christoph // 2020
This research paper examines the impact of the Design Thinking process in cultivating creative confidence and encouraging empathy towards others. Our target group included students in general; ...
ENHANCING CREATIVITY BY DEMONSTRATING INDIVIDUAL VULNERABILITY TO FIXATION
Neroni, Maria A.; Crilly, Nathan // 2020
Creative design behaviour can be inhibited by fixation and so reducing the risk of fixation is a focus of much design creativity research. Research in other fields indicates that an effective way of ...
ENHANCING GRADUATE EMPLOYABILITY BEYOND CREATIVE DESIGN DEGREE PROGRAMMES
Mclening, Christian; Conrad, Franziska; Zorraquin, Alison // 2020
Against the backdrop of the 2017 Design Council: Design a Future Economy, developing skills for productivity and innovation  the paper builds on a number of existing studies that examine design ...
Evaluation of Ideas in the Crowdsourcing process for product innovation
Cortez Gomes, Joade; de Lima Silva, Técia; Nogueira Rêgo, Laíssa; de Oliveira Ferreira, Paula; Orestes Aguirre González, Mario // 2020
The purpose of this article is to propose criteria, methods and factors to evaluate ideas generated from a crowdsourcing approach. To this end, a systematic bibliographic review and a case study was ...
FACILITATING DESIGN FOR THE UNKNOWN: AN INCLUSIVE INNOVATION DESIGN JOURNEY WITH A SAN COMMUNITY IN THE KALAHARI DESERT
Winschiers-Theophilus, Heike (1); Virmasalo, Veera (2); Samuel, Marly M. (1); Stichel, Brit (3); Afrikaner, Helena E. (1) // 2020
This paper presents a 2-year collaboration that explored how we as design researchers may support an isolated and marginalised indigenous San community to innovate technology products for affluent ...
FIXATION IN THE CREATIVE PRACTICES AND PERCEPTIONS OF INDEPENDENT CERAMIC DESIGNERS
Sun, Qianang; Kim, Eunyoung // 2020
Fixation, as a mental activity, is usually discussed in the design process and creative expression. Several studies have conducted experiments aiming to find how to reduce the fixation in design ...
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