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FORCING CREATIVITY IN AGILE INNOVATION PROCESSES THROUGH ASD-INNOVATION COACHING
Albers, Albert (1); Hahn, Carsten (2); Niever, Manuel (2); Heimicke, Jonas (1); Marthaler, Florian (1); Spadinger, Markus (1) // 2020
The challenge to handle uncertainties as well as a rapidly changing and challenging environment in product development is increasingly faced by implementing agile approaches and creativity methods ...
IMPLEMENTATION OF A HANDS-ON WORKSHOP TO TEACH COMPETENCIES IN 3D PRINTING
Günther, Joachim // 2020
Often, new technologies like additive manufacturing and digital technologies are taught at university
primarily theoretically with the help of displaying images and short videos. Students regularly ...
LITERATURE REVIEW: EXISTING METHODS USING VR TO ENHANCE CREATIVITY
Gong, Zhengya; Georgiev, Georgi V. // 2020
Virtual reality (VR) technology has introduced a range of equipment, contexts, and stimuli with possible applications in the context of design creativity. In response, recent studies have ...
MAPPING IMPACT OF DESIGN THINKING IN TEAMWORK, PROBLEM-SOLVING AND CREATIVITY
Guaman-Quintanilla, S., Chiluiza, K., Everaert, P. and Valcke, M. // 2020
Methodology for the analysis and self-reflection of design students about their competences
Martínez-Villagrasa, Beatriz (1); Esparza, Danae (2); Llacer, Toni (2); Cortiñas, Sergi (1) // 2020
Both the design processes and the role that designer plays in society are in a constant process of transformation (Kirah, 2017; Ringvold & Digranes, 2017). Designers intervene in increasingly complex ...
ON THE NOVELTY OF SOFTWARE PRODUCTS
Beghelli, Alejandra (1,2); Jones, Sara (3) // 2020
The identification of the key factors that make a tangible product creative has been the focus of significant research in the area of design. However, the same effort for software products is almost ...
PROCESS FOR MAPPING CHALLENGES OF CROSS-BORDER MOBILITY IN THE BARENTS REGION
Suoheimo, Mari (1); Lusikka Toni (2) // 2020
There is a challenge in identifying problems in common to tackle them creatively and jointly in Mobility as a Service (MaaS) development. This all requires collaboration and commitment, which is a ...
PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION IN MECHANICAL AND MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMS. ANALOGIES AND DIFFERENCES
De Napoli, Luigi; Rizzuti, Sergio // 2020
Mechanical and management engineering are some of the stakeholders involved in product development, with different competencies. They must share the responsibility for best solution identification to ...
RETROSPECTIVE AND PROSPECTIVE OF THE STUDY OF DESIGN CREATIVITY: 80 YEARS INTO THE PAST AND THE FUTURE
Sosa, Ricardo (1,2) // 2020
Design creativity is a special type of imaginative capacity that plays an important, albeit still little understood, role in design activity. This paper returns to the primary sources to inform a ...
REVEALING THE HIDDEN: USING A CO-DESIGN APPROACH TO EXPLORE ON CAMPUS ENERGY USE THROUGH THE REPRESENTATION OF CONSUMPTION DATA
Gwilt, Ian; Davis, Aaron // 2020
Cites around the world are looking for ways to reduce the energy consumption associated with the built environment, but there are a number of significant challenges in this. These include, ...
SELF-ASSESSMENT OF CREATIVE PERFORMANCE WITH A LEARNING-BY-DOING APPROACH: GETTING FAMILIAR WITH NOVELTY, QUALITY, QUANTITY AND VARIETY
Becattini, Niccolò (1); Montecchi, Tiziano (2); Nikulin, Christopher (2); Cascini, Gaetano (1) // 2020
The paper discusses the outcomes of tailored ideation workshops (duration: 3 hours) for students of Design Engineering, not trained in design creativity dimensions and their assessment. 65 ...
SEMANTIC MEASURES IN DESIGN CONVERSATIONS AS PREDICTORS OF CREATIVE OUTCOMES IN DESIGN EDUCATION
Georgiev ,Georgi V. (1); Casakin, Hernan (2) // 2020
The analysis of conversations maintained during the design activity can help to gain a better insight into design thinking and its relation to creativity. A semantic analysis approach was employed to ...
SIMILARITY COMPUTATION SUPPORTING CREATIVE ACTIVITIES
Ni, Xin (1); Samet, Ahmed (2); Cavallucci, Denis (1) // 2020
Creativity sessions in industry, when they are based solely on people's knowledge, produce less and less value. This is mainly due to the need to further expand the spectrum of knowledge needed to ...
SUCCESS-ORIENTED ECO-IDEATION SESSIONS: LESSONS LEARNT FROM THE USE OF TEN ECO-DESIGN GUIDELINES
Maccioni, Lorenzo; Borgianni, Yuri // 2020
The fields of eco-design and design creativity have not found strategic synergies yet. This applies despite the fact that the paramount objective of eco-design, i.e. sustainable development, might ...
SUSTAINING CREATIVITY WITH NEURO-COGNITIVE FEEDBACK: A PRELIMINARY STUDY
Shealy, Tripp (1); Gero, John (2); Milovanovic, Julie (3); Hu, Mo (1) // 2020
Ideation is a key phase in engineering design and brainstorming is an established method during ideation. The proposal of ideas tends to peak at the beginning of the brainstorming process and quickly ...
TEACHING CREATIVE DESIGN AND SYSTEMATIC CREATIVITY: OVERVIEW AND CASE STUDY
Shnai, Iuliia; Chakir, Anastasia; Chechurin, Leonid // 2020
The growth of eLearning technologies seriously outpaces the research-based recommendation on how to apply these tools for predictable and effective results. The emerging education technologies ...
The hackathon format: an analysis of its possible interpretations under a service design perspective
de Götzen, Amalia; Simeone, Luca; Saad-Sulonen, Joanna; Becermen, Begüm; Morelli, Nicola // 2020
This paper intends to explore the hackathon phenomenon by reflecting over the experience of the authors as participants or organizers of 5 hackathons that took place between 2011 and 2017. The paper ...
THE PREDICTION GENERATOR: A TOOL FOR CREATING MEANINGFUL SPECULATIONS
de la O Campos, José Rodrigo (1); Güemes, Davd (2,3) // 2020
As Industrial Design is a practice that uses prospective thinking, the quality of these ideas, translated into future scenarios, speculations, or futuristic design concepts must be innovative enough ...
THE PROBLEMATIZATION FOR THE CREATIVITY IN DESIGN
Grazziotin Selau, Luiza (1,2,3); van der Linden, Julio (2); Duarte, Carlos (3) // 2020
This paper discusses the relations between stages of design projects. The literature review is based on authors who already discussed the subject to present a reflection on the stages of the process, ...
THE WRONG THEORY PROTOCOL: A DESIGN THINKING TOOL TO ENHANCE CREATIVE IDEATION
Svihla, Vanessa (1); Kachelmeier, Luke (2) // 2020
Supporting designers to empathize with stakeholder points of view while still developing creative solutions is challenging, particularly when stakeholders’ lives and experiences are quite different ...
TOO MANY ATTRIBUTES!: DIMINISHING THE COGNITIVE LOAD OF METAPHOR GENERATION IN PRODUCT DESIGN
Beghelli, Alejandra (1,2); Prieto, Pablo (3) // 2020
Many successful products result from a creative ideation process guided by the use of metaphors. Metaphors are used to embed meaning or values in a final product, or as a tool to structure design ...
UNDERSTANDING EMOTIONAL RESPONSES AND PERCEPTION WITHIN NEW CREATIVE PRACTICES OF BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS
Ahmad Sayuti, Nurul ‘Ayn (1,2); Ahmed-Kristensen, Saeema (1) // 2020
There is an increasing trend for designers to use living systems, through biodesign and biophilia in the urban environment. As new creative processes emerge, the perception and emotional responses of ...
UNLOCKING CREATIVE MINDS TO ENGAGE SDGS THROUGH DESIGN EDUCATION IN JAPANESE HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION
LOH, Wei Leong, Leon; SHIMOMURA, Moe; ZHANG, Yanfang // 2020
VALUE CONFLICT, CONVERGENCE AND EVOLUTION – VALUES SHAPING CROSS-DISCIPLINARY DESIGN
Iivari, Netta // 2020
Values are shaping and underlying our behaviour, including creative design. In cross-disciplinary design, there may be a multitude of values shaping and underlying design. So far, there is a lack of ...
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- design community
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- +design +community
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- +design community
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- +design -community
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- +design ~community
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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.