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DESIGNING A LIFE SITUATION TOOL IN CO-CREATIVITY: PROPOSAL FOR A TOOL ADAPTED TO FABLABS

Lobbé, Justine; Bazzaro, Florence; Sagot, Jean-Claude // 2018
Today, in user-centred design, the user is integrated alongside the design team. In our work, we propose to go further and to integrate the user in the phases of co-creativity. Indeed, the user could ...

DESIGNING FOR ONE; HOW ADJUSTING VARIABLES INFLUENCED DESIGN STUDENT CREATIVITY

Andrea Wilkinson, Niels Hendriks, Catherine Stones // 2018
Since 2011, my colleague and I have been teaching Master’s students about designing together with people with dementia. It is a simple, open-ended assignment brief: to make a person with dementia’s ...

DISCURSIVE ENGINEERING DESIGN: A SPECULATIVE FRAMEWORK FOR DESIGNING TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION

Rebola, Claudia B.; Gonsher, Ian // 2018
The productive tensions between the sciences and the arts, between disciplines that make predictions and those that permit speculation, establish a creative dialectic. This paper describes a ...

DIVERSITY AS A COMMON FRAMEWORK. DESIGN TEACHING IN DIVERSE AND INTERDISCIPLINARY POSTGRADUATE COURSES

Ferrarello, Laura Filippa // 2018
The MRes in Art & Design is a twelve months postgraduate full-time course launched in 2016. The course is aimed at students who want to advance and challenge the discipline through the practice of ...

DO BETTER SKETCHERS BECOME BETTER PRODUCT DESIGNERS?

Corremans, Jan A. M.; Vaes, Kristof R.; Coppieters, Werner // 2018
The importance and value of sketching as part of the creative design process has already been extensively argued. Not only the act of sketching and the number of sketches made have a positive effect ...

DRIVER FOR SUSTAINABLE (INDUSTRIAL) DESIGN CULTURE – THE >DESIGN SHIFT<

Wachs, Marina-Elena // 2018
The high quality of design products is a consequence of sustainable design, investigation of origins as well as requirements and additive design qualities while focusing on responsible cultural and ...

EFFECT OF MEMBERS’ PROFESSIONAL DIVERSITY IN GROUP ON CREATIVE THINKING

FUSE, Emi; WAKABAYASHI, Kazuki; SAITO, Shigeki // 2018
In this study, we experimentally investigated the effect of members’ professional diversity in a group on creative thinking, by adopting a new evaluation method of group creativity. The creative ...

EFFECTS OF UNFOLDING TECHNIQUES AS DESIGN STIMULI IN BUILDING DESIGN

Tao Shen, Yukari Nagai // 2018
Through paper folding techniques, i.e. origami, people can make fascinating 3D forms from 2D sheets. Many architects utilise folding techniques in their design process as design stimuli. However, the ...

ENHANCING CREATIVE PERFORMANCE IN WORK ENVIRONMENTS

Sepideh Yekanialibeiglou, Halime Demirkan // 2018
The aim of this study is to determine the impact of employees’ creative personality, physical work environment and social work environment items on creative performance of employees to find the most ...

EVALUATING DESIGN HEURISTICS FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING AS AN EXPLORATIVE WORKSHOP METHOD

Lindwall, Angelica; Törlind, Peter // 2018
It is suggested that the space industry is an ideal case for Additive Manufacturing (AM), with a low production volume and need for complex geometries. However, few engineers have experience of AM ...

EXPERIENCE SCENARIOS TO STIMULATE CREATIVITY - GENERATING SOLUTIONS IN THE SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS OF SEAMLESS MOBILITY

Albert Albers, Armin Grunwald, Florian Marthaler, Nicolas Reiß, Nikola Bursac // 2018
To develop innovative and utilitarian systems for the world of tomorrow, creative ideas are crucial. In context of system engineering, the developed products are no longer considered to be ...

EXPLOITATION OF POTENTIALS OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN IDEATION WORKSHOPS

Timo Richter, Hagen Watschke, Felix Schumacher, Thomas Vietor // 2018
Additive manufacturing processes have become a viable alternative to conventional manufacturing for end-use products. However, designers are not sufficiently familiar with its potentials like ...

EXPLORING THE PERFORMANCE OF AUGMENTED REALITY TECHNOLOGIES IN CO-CREATIVE SESSIONS: INITIAL RESULTS FROM CONTROLLED EXPERIMENTS

O'Hare, Jamie Alexander; Dekoninck, Elies; Giunta, Lorenzo; Boujut, Jean-François; Becattini, Niccolò // 2018
Co-creation can offer business benefits such as increased speed to market, increased product quality, and a reduced risk of market failure. However, co-creative design sessions can be challenging due ...

EXPLORING WAYS TO SPEED UP THE APPLICATION OF METRICS TO ASSESS CO-CREATIVE DESIGN SESSIONS

Elies Dekoninck, Jamie O'Hare, Lorenzo Giunta, Cédric Masclet, Gaetano Cascini // 2018
Analysing and comparing the results from design experiments is a crucial but often time consuming process. This problem becomes critical when a large number of experiments are to be analysed in order ...

From team collaboration to product success - the domino effect of design thinking

Paula, Danielly de; Dobrigkeit, Franziska; Cormican, Kathryn // 2018
Design thinking (DT) offers a potent way to create breakthrough products due to its ability to find unarticulated needs and solve problems. For a long time, design thinking was considered the ...

GENERATIVE HERITAGE: DRIVING GENERATIVITY THROUGH KNOWLEDGE STRUCTURES IN CREATIVE INDUSTRIES. LESSONS FROM CUISINE

Carvajal Pérez, Daniel; Araud, Axelle; Chaperon, Vincent; Le Masson, Pascal; Weil, Benoît // 2018
Sometimes, a designer needs to share a “creation heritage” to support the generativity of his pairs, in the form of a book. What should be its content? The literature has shown that knowledge in such ...

GETTING INSPIRATION OR CREATING INSPIRATION? THE ROLE OF KNOWLEDGE STRUCTURES IN IDEA GENERATION

Brun, Juliette; Le Masson, Pascal; Weil, Benoît // 2018
Every designer - experienced or not - aspires to live Aha! moments, but how to favor these moments, where original ideas emerge, is not always obvious. While design methods often focus on the concept ...

HOW MOOD FOSTERS CREATIVITY IN PRODUCT DESIGN? EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCES ON HUMOUR IMPACT DURING A CONCEPTUAL DESIGN SESSION IN A MASTER DEGREE CLASS

De Napoli, Luigi; Rizzuti, Sergio; Raco, Alessandro // 2018
Humour may improve performance in creative problem solving as demonstrated in various studies, although the mechanisms underlying this phenomenon are still unclear. In this work the mechanisms of how ...

HOW TO SELECT APPROPRIATE STIMULATION MECHANISMS TO PERFORM AN ECO-IDEATION SESSION?

Tyl, Benjamin; Vallet, Flore; Pialot, Olivier // 2018
The generation of eco-innovative ideas requires the development of specific heuristics or stimuli. If several types of heuristics have been elaborated in innovation -and eco-innovation-, the ...

IDEA GENERATION CHALLENGES IN DIGITAL FABRICATION

Georgi V. Georgiev, Iván Sánchez Milara // 2018
Digital fabrication is an educational and activity paradigm in which multidisciplinary knowledge, hands-on skills, and teamwork among the makers are essential for success. One of the most significant ...

IMPACT OF DESIGN BRIEFS ON CREATIVE OUTCOMES: A FACTORIAL STUDY ON STUDENT DESIGNERS' CREATIVITY

Koronis, Georgios; Silva, Arlindo; Kang, Jacob; Chia, Pei Zhi // 2018
Our study focuses on understanding how design briefs affect the creativity of design outcomes by student designers. The stimuli contained in design briefs have the potential to either encourage ...

IMPACTS ON DESIGN SELF-EFFICACY FOR STUDENTS CHOOSING TO PARTICIPATE IN A UNIVERSITY MAKERSPACE

Ethan Hilton, Megan Tomko, Alexander Murphy, Robert Nagal, Julie Linsey // 2018
Engineering design courses can take advantage of makerspaces on university campuses. Makerspaces are built with a diverse set of equipment thought to inspire creativity and design confidence among ...

In search of lost materiality; The case of digital modelling in Industrial Design Engineering

Ekströmer, Philip; Wever, Renee // 2018
Over the recent years, Industrial Design Engineering students at Linköping University have frequently been observed to go directly from sketches into CAD, without making simple sketch models for ...

Innovation Toolkit for identification of the Optimal Module Options in Open Platform Architecture Products

Sikhwal, Ravi K; Childs, Peter R N // 2018
Open platform architecture products (OPAP) are the key enablers for Product design for Mass Individualisation. It is a new product design paradigm that comprises an open hardware platform, ...

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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