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A Behavior-Centric Concept for Engineering Education in New Product Development

Behrenbeck, Jan; Martins Pacheco, Nuno Miguel; Tariq, Bilal; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
Engineering students need to be prepared for future work environments in which transdisciplinary collaboration and innovative behaviour are key to sustainable success. Classical technical skills will ...

A practice-based approach to design education

Sharma, Bhagyashri; Roy, Avik; Rautra, Priyabrata // 2020
Pedagogy for design has always been regulated by the need of the industry and the interaction between the professional practice and academics. Through this research, we have tried to understand ...

A qualitative study of the challenges faced by material designers when developing DIY-materials

Asbjørn Sörensen, Charlotte; Thyni, Emma // 2020
The recent academic literature on material practices within design has revealed the emergence of a new design discipline, DIY-materials (Mariani, Rampino 2019, Rognoli, Bianchini et al. 2015, ...

A RENEWED UNDERSTANDING OF CREATIVITY IS PARAMOUNT PRIOR TO INTRODUCING STUDENTS TO A LIFE DESIGN ATTITUDE

Sørensen, Kirsten Bonde // 2020
Students of today are faced with the reality of an unpredictable working life in a constantly turbulent and fast-changing world. This has led to an intense focus on entrepreneurship. Yet,we seem to ...

A Role-based Prototyping Approach for Human-Centred Design in Fuzzy Front-End Scenarios

Martins Pacheco, Nuno Miguel; Behrenbeck, Jan; Tariq, Bilal; Vazhapilli Sureshbabu, Anand; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
Developing new products is challenging due to ambiguous and uncertain requirements and unclear processes especially for novice development teams. This paper outlines a role-based prototyping approach ...

A TOPOLOGICAL VARIATION-ORIENTED APPROACH FOR ENHANCING CREATIVITY IN PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION

Fei, Fei (1); Nagai, Yukari (2); Yu, Yang (2,1) // 2020
This study introduces an approach aimed at promoting the effect of product design creativity by using topological properties variations. The topological variation–oriented approach for creativity ...

ACTIVE LEARNING AND CRITICAL THINKING IN FASHION DESIGN EDUCATION

Terkildsen, Mette Nørgaard; Pilgaard Harsaae, Malene // 2020
Design for sustainability is not a new concept, it has, however, evolved from a single product to a complex system, which places design and engineering in the tension between consumption dynamics, ...

AN ACTIVE LEARNING APPROACH FOR A DESIGN THINKING COURSE

Mattioli, Francesca; Rampino, Lucia // 2020
Design research has always tried to shed light on the way designers think, opening a variety of discourses on this topic, both in the professional and in the academic fields. On the other side, in ...

APPROPRIATE KNOWLEDGES: AN EXPLORATION OF SOUTH AFRICAN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN CURRICULA IN THE ERA OF 4IR

Adelabu, Oluwafemi Samuel; Campbell, Angus Donald // 2020
Since the era of the first industrial revolution, design has played a significant role in bringing about social-economic transformation through technology and yet it still holds great potential to ...

ARCTIC DESIGN FOR THE REAL WORLD: BASIC CONCEPTS AND EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE

Usenyuk-Kravchuk, Svetlana (1); Akimenko, Daria (2); Garin, Nikolai (1); Miettinen, Satu (2) // 2020
In this article, we outline the potential of design to inform the vision of human existence in severe environmental settings. For that, we propose the Arctic Design (AD) framework as providing new ...

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 ...

BASIS FOR A NEW THEORY OF DRAWING FRAMEWORK FROM TRADITIONAL HANDMADE TO MODERN VIRTUAL SIMULATION

Novoa, Mauricio // 2020
This article builds on work presented in the previous 2019 E&PDE conference that proposed a new theory was needed for drawing, as a tool for design and innovation that today should also be considered ...

BRIDGING DESIGN THINKING AND ENTRECOMP FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP WORKSHOPS: A LEARNING EXPERIENCE

Campbell, Duncan (1); Balis, Gerasimos (2); Aryana, Bijan (3) // 2020
Design Thinking (DT) is commonly used in Entrepreneurship Education, however it’s capacity to support entrepreneurial competencies has not been explored sufficiently. In this study, we used a ...

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 ...

Data-driven design

Smits, Aletta; Van Turnhout, Koen; Hekman, Erik; Nguyen, Dennis // 2020
The datafication of society has an undeniable impact on many design professions. More and more designers are asked to research, imagine and prototype systems and services in which data and machine ...

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 AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A NOVEL ROBOT MANIPULATOR KIT FOR INDUSTRY 4.0 THROUGH EDUCATIONAL MECHATRONICS

Miranda-Flores, Juan Rodolfo (1); Luque-Vega, Luis Fernando (1); López-Neri, Emmanuel (1); González-Jiménez, Luis Enrique (2); Saad, Maarouf (3) // 2020
The Educational Mechatronics is defined as the next stage of educational robotics, and it is integrated by the Educational Model of the University, resources and existing academic spaces, practical ...

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 CRITERIA FOR NEIGHBOURHOOD LIFE QUALITIES – A CIVIL ENGINEERING EDUCATIONAL APPROACH

Thorstensen, Rein Terje; Marrable, Harald // 2020
Housing represents the largest inroads to the income for most households. Housing distinguish and safeguards the private from the public and constitutes a major definition of private life. It is the ...

DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEM FOR DESIGN EDUCATION

Hoppe, Lukas Valentin; Plappert, Stefan; Gembarski, Paul Christoph; Lachmayer, Roland // 2020
To develop problem-solving skills during engineering studies, students have to be given the opportunity to act independently and to apply their expertise in professional application situations with ...

Do differences in educational culture affect the process and outcome of undergraduate design practice?

Almrott, Ceri (1); O'Kane, Colm (1); Tully, Robert (1); Buck, Lyndon (2) // 2020
Designers acknowledge that global organisations can have different ethoses and cultures which affect the way that they undertake the process of design and the products that they develop[1]. It is ...

EDUCATING PRODUCT BASED START-UPS: FOCUSING ON THE BUSINESS OR THE PRODUCT?

Jørgensen, Mads Prahl; Vindeløv, Rasmus Hald; Laursen, Linda Nhu // 2020
Running a start-up often means trying to push an idea and run a business with very limited resources, when it comes to money, man-power and time. The idea behind a product and the drive behind the ...

Enhancing 21st Century Interdisciplinary Design Skills within Higher Education through Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Steed, Josephine Tamsin; Gair, Amy // 2020
This paper examines how Knowledge Exchange Partnerships (KTP), a UK part government-funded programme can be actively used to support curriculum development across design and its relevance against the ...

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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