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HOW A DESIGNER CAN SUPPORT SUSTAINABILITY IN A CREATIVE WAY

Kazamia, K. I.; Kafaridou, M. O. // 2010
This paper explores the term “Interior Design” and in particular the relationship of the interior design profession with its direct and indirect impacts on the environment. Furthermore it expands the ...

HOW CAN WE SATISFY OUR CREATIVE CUSTOMERS?

Fukuda, S. // 2010
Our product development has been product-oriented and one way from the producer to the customer. We have regarded them as mere passive consumers and failed to notice our customers are creative and ...

How codes of practice might improve completion rates in design research

Eves, Bob // 2010
This paper discusses how codes of practice might improve completion rates in design research. The paper is structured into main parts of: What is design research?; problems experienced in research ...

HUMAN-CENTERED SUPPORT OF EDUCATION IN DESIGN PROBLEM SOLVING

Hacker, W.; Melzer, M.; Debitz, U.; Stelzer, R. // 2010
The integration of teaching non-technical (“soft”) skills in engineers’ initial and further education is important, but widely disregarded (e.g. Crawley, Malmqvist, Östlund & Brodeur, 2007). ...

Implementation of Design Project to Foster Creative Nurses

Ishii, Norio; Ito, Hiroyasu; Anai, Mie // 2010
In this research, we designed a learning environment to foster creative nurses. We conducted a design project in the 2009 academic year for second-year nursing students of Aichi Kiwami College of ...

Interdisciplinary Considerations when Designing for Children Play

Bjar, Mia; Rabben, Silje; Wullum, Ole Petter; Boks, Casper // 2010
Designing for children has received little attention in product design research. Multidisciplinary aspects play only a minor role in the search for high-value products that develop children in a ...

Investigating the Nature of Creativity as it is Understood in Graphic Design Industries

Alhajri, Salman Amur // 2010
Purpose: this paper identifies the meanings of creativity from socio-cultural perspectives within the specific context of the graphic design discipline. It tries to identify what is ‘creative’ as it ...

Kaikaku – A Complement to Emergence based Development

Backstrom, Tomas: Olsson, Bengt Olof Koping // 2010
Radical change, or Kaikaku, is typically organized as a top-down change project based on a design process strategy. Creative processes are emergent and tend to refuse goal-steering. Still, group ...

Learning from Learning Spaces

Covill, Derek; Simpson Little, Diane; Katx ,Tim; Morris, Richard // 2010
In March 2007 the University of Brighton and the University of Sussex each opened experimental learning spaces as part of their contribution to the Centre of Excellence in Teaching and ...

Linking design, analysis, manufacture and test in the engineering student experience

Childs, Peter; McGlashan, Niall; Gosling, Graham; Aurisicchio, Marco // 2010
The modern engineer needs to have diverse skills ranging from abilities in re-design, co-design, customisation, management of resources and intellectual property, combined with technical ...

MA Design Practice & Management: A Real Industry and Academic Collaboration

Evans, Dorothy; Wood, Bruce // 2010
ective to create graduates who could better understand how to exploit their creativity, manage innovation, recognise and assess the credibility of their ideas and know how to implement them. This ...

Ma: The Realm of Mystery in Sugiura Kohei’s ‘Asian Grammar of Design’

Nguyen, Hung Ky // 2010
Since returning from a teaching trip in West Germany in 1967, and from an exploration across the Southern part of Asia, designer Sugiura Kohei has advocated an ‘Asian grammar of design’ as a new ...

Method for Analyzing Individual Differences in Idea Evaluation and Interpretation

Kobayashi, Masakazu; Higashi, Masatake // 2010
In the previous paper, we focused on individual differences among designers, especially differences in their idea evaluation and interpretation during collaborative creative activities and proposed ...

METHODS FOR EVALUATING 3D VIRTUAL WORLDS IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Gu, N.; Gül, L. F.; Williams, A. // 2010
Design education is concerned with learning theory and its applications in the design of artifacts that are essential to our society. 3D virtual worlds have the potential to make a major contribution ...

MOHE: Mobile Health for Moms, Kids, Adults and Elderly

Arslan, Pelin; Nam, Hyojin; Romero, Maximiliano; Perego, Paolo; Costa, Fiammetta; Andreoni, Giuseppe; Muschiato, Sabrina // 2010
This paper presents a creative process aimed at developing innovative scenarios for mobile health. In detail, within the entire “MOHE” research framework, the paper is focused on a creative workshop ...

NEW DESIGN PROCESS MODELS FOR THE AUDIO VISUAL INDUSTRY: A DESIGN SCIENCE APPROACH

Eriksson, P. E.; Eriksson, Y.; Swenberg, T.; Sverrisson, A. // 2010
Industrial design processes have several common denominators regardless of the actual design. This is to say that the production of moving images is a kind of design process. Even though every single ...

On Designing “Stochastic Idea Generator”

Mima, Yoshiaki // 2010
There are some software tools for supporting idea generation, with which user can generate various ideas with stochastic process. One of the most popular examples is the method so called ...

Pressure toward Creativity: Individual/Group Work in Student Design Competition

Pibernik, Jesenka; Milcic, Diana; Bota, Josip // 2010
There are several ways to organize creative work in an educational environment. Among the most frequently applied models is the design workshop. Depending on the desired outcomes, a workshop can be ...

Procedure to obtain and organise creative solutions: Water Shortage case

Lloveras, Joaquim // 2010
In this paper, a general problem is understood as one affecting many people and with a complex solution, for example water shortage. This paper presents the problem of limited water resources in a ...

Progressive Approach to Assessment Practises Within Design

Leslie, John Arthur; Crisp A; Dale, James // 2010
The author reflecting on the conference theme, ‘when design education and design research meet’ began contemplating on thirty-one years of teaching design in Higher Education [HE], fifteen years of ...

Proposal for a subject: Creativity, Ecodesign and Patents

Lloveras, Joaquim // 2010
A proposal for a new free-elective course in the Technical University of Catalonia, namely Creativity, Ecodesign and Patents, is presented. The course brings together three previous free-elective ...

Reflections on design education

Crisp, Alan Roy // 2010
The author reflecting on the conference theme, ‘when design education and design research meet’ began contemplating on thirty-one years of teaching design in Higher Education [HE], fifteen years of ...

Research through design as a teaching tool

Loy, Jennifer; Ancher, Simon // 2010
For an academic in an applied, professional area of study, such as Industrial Design or Engineering, the competing interests of teaching, administration and the demands of research are compounded by ...

Researching First Contact Emotional Responses to Products

Reynolds, Tim // 2010
This paper provides an overview of ongoing research at the inception stage of a PhD research project in the area of design and emotion, and discusses some of the key issues that have arisen out of ...

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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