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THE EFFECTS OF TRAINING BACKGROUND AND DESIGN TOOLS ON MULTI-LEVEL BIOSYSTEMS DESIGN

Egan, Paul; Ho, Tiffany; Schunn, Christian; Cagan, Jonathan; LeDuc, Philip // 2015
Biotechnologies could promote healthier lives through advancements such as complex multi-level muscle tissues. Here, cognitive processes among mechanics experts, physiology experts, and novices were ...

Towards a Comprehensive Test of Problem Formulation Skill in Design

Dinar, M.; Shah, J. J.; Todeti, S. R. // 2015
A battery of tests for assessing a number of cognitive skills relevant to conceptual design is being developed. Tests on divergent thinking (DT), visual thinking (VT), and qualitative reasoning (QR) ...

UNCONSCIOUS INTERACTION BETWEEN HUMAN COGNITION AND BEHAVIOUR IN EVERYDAY PRODUCT: A STUDY OF PRODUCT FORM ENTITIES THROUGH FREEHAND SKETCHING USING DESIGN SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS

Jameel Mohamed Kamil, Shahriman // 2015
The development, advancement and critical study of design thinking challenges designers to explore
every possible factor in high value innovative design concepts. Designers must expand their ...

VISUAL CONJOINT – FROM DISCRETE TO CONTINUOUS

Orsborn, Seth; Cagan, Jonathan; Boatwright, Peter // 2015
One goal of designers is to find what users most likely appreciate and translate that into successful product designs. Over the past 15 years, the efficacy of visual conjoint analysis as a means to ...

WHAT WE LEARN FROM EXPERTS ABOUT ENQUIRY WHEN WE ENGAGE IN PROBLEM SOLVING

Haupt, Grietjie // 2015
This paper outlines a small-scale design-based research project in progress that attempts (a) to understand the use of enquiry during the early phases of the design process from an extended cognition ...

1 Shade of Grey:Simplify to Excel in Sketching for IndustrialDesign Engineers

Daniel, John // 2014
Sketching is a fast way to explore or communicate ideas and can be done instantly with almost no planning. Sketches are quick, dynamic and iterative. They can be made in many ways but are ...

A CODING SCHEME FOR USE IN THE DESIGN OF ELECTRONIC CONSUMER PRODUCTS FOR OLDER ADULTS

Morris, L.D.; McKay, A.; Cassidy ,T. // 2014
People’s ability to live independently depends increasingly on their ability to interact with electronic consumer products. Usability of controls and displays is key to effective interaction. This ...

Adding to Product Development Theory - A Language Perspective

Hansen, Poul Kyvsgaard; Berg, Pekka; Mabogunje, Ade // 2014
The paper explores the effect that the languages associated with the applied methods have on product development processes. Product development does increasingly involve more diverse disciplines and ...

AN INTEGRATED DESCRIPTIVE MODEL OF KNOWLEDGE CREATION IN INTERDISCIPLINARY PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Neumann, Frank // 2014
Above all, interdisciplinary product development is perceived as interplay of individual and collective activities. Starting from this perception, the paper focuses on analysing the utilized and ...

An Overview of Design Cognition between Experts and Novices

James Tan Jun Yuan, Kuan Yoke Kong, Hashina Parveen, Huang Zhixiang, Ganeshkumar Rajasekaran, Jitendra Kumar Behera, Roozbeh Sanaei, Kevin N. Otto, Katja H // 2014
Experimental studies in design are often done using novice design engineers such as students as test subjects. In this paper, we attempt to determine differences in cognition skills between expert ...

ANALYSIS OF THE SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO DEVELOP COGNITIVE PRODUCTS IN ACADEMIC RESEARCH PROJECTS

Bossemeyer, M.T.; Aydin ,K.T.; Metzler, T.; Lindemann, U. // 2014
This paper presents the results of an analysis of systematic development approaches for cognitive products found in literature and extracted from interviews with 13 researchers in academic research ...

CONCEPTUAL BLIND SPOTS IN COMPLEX SYSTEM ENGINEERING PROJECTS – A COMPUTATIONAL MODEL

Thomas ,R.C.; Gero ,J.S. // 2014
This paper presents an approach to studying how conceptual blind spots emerge in complex system engineering projects--i.e. when the value systems and conceptual schemas of collaborating teams are ...

Creating a Reflective Understanding of Use of Formal Aesthetics in Product Semantic Frameworks

Ali, Abu; Liem, Andre // 2014
This paper critically reflects on selected frameworks of product semantics, which have been applied in form giving and industrial design. Furthermore, a comparative analysis has been made between ...

CREATIVITY IN TRANSACTIONAL DESIGN PROBLEMS: NON-INTUITIVE FINDINGS OF AN EXPERT STUDY USING SCAMPER

Moreno, D.P.; Yang, M.C. Hern // 2014
Over the last three decades, transactional processes (services) have grown steadily and currently add more than 65% of global economic value. This study expands our understanding of designers’ ...

Design Pedagogy and the Threshold of Uncertainty

Tovey, Michael John; Osmond, Jane // 2014
There is a long tradition of teaching design through design practice in universities and colleges. The end goal for graduates is to achieve a level of capability to function as designers in the ...

Enhancing Design Sensitivity and Creativity in the Detailing and Materialisation Stages of the Design Process through Specific Models and Prototypes

Isa, Siti S.; Liem, Andre // 2014
In design education, detailing and materialisation activities are often underemphasised in a structured design process. Educators tend to teach students to focus on defining problems, developing ...

LIFECYCLE AND STAKEHOLDER-ORIENTED INTEGRATION OF COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS INTO PRODUCT CONCEPTS

Metzler, T.; Witzmann, M.; Deubel ,T.; Lindemann, U. // 2014
The integration of cognitive functions into products and systems is often an intuitive-driven process. The results are often influenced by the designers and their environment, experience and ...

NATURALLY ORIGINAL: STIMULATING CREATIVE DESIGN THROUGH BIOLOGICAL ANALOGIES AND RANDOM IMAGES

Ahmed-Kristensen, S.; Christensen, B.T.; Lenau, T. // 2014
Numerous methods exist to support divergent thinking in creativity, Bioinspired design is one such method, where distant analogies are used to support the creative process. This paper focuses upon ...

Pedagogy: Leading Technology

Marsh, Phillipa; Arthur, Les // 2014
This paper is based upon a combined 40 years of experience the authors have in working with and teaching technology in Further and Higher Education. The relationship between students, technology and ...

Raising Designers' Awareness of User Experience by Mobile Eye Tracking Records

Mussgnug, Moritz; Lohmeyer, Quentin; Meboldt, Mirko // 2014
Understanding the interaction between a user and a product in different areas of application provides an excellent basis for the development of innovative user-oriented products. ...

Shared Memory in Design Complexity

Pavel, Nenad; Berg, Arild // 2014
This paper discusses the idea of how collaborative learning might help designers with the rapid learning required in the increasingly complex environments they work in. It has been proposed that ...

Sketching Interactive Experiences: Video Scenario to Support Imagination and Co-Design

Pillan, Margherita; Spadafora, Marco; Vitali, Annamaria Andrea // 2014
The paper presents the use of video-scenarios to support co-design of smart systems for public spaces. Video-scenarios are commonly employed in the design of innovative services and systems to ...

SOUNBE, A TOOLKIT FOR DESIGNERS DEALING WITH SOUND PROJECTS

Dal Palu, D.; De Giorgi, C.; Astolfi, A.; Lerma ,B.; Buiatti, E. // 2014
The theme of multisensory product experience appears to be today very up-to-date in the design research. But even if some senses such as sight and touch have been deeply examined, other senses such ...

USING MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGICAL POTENTIAL IN PRODUCT DESIGN – A COGNITION-BASED APPROACH

Roos, M.; Gramlich, S.; Kloberdanz, H.; Coric ,M. // 2014
Most product development approaches consider a manufacturing technology by ensuring the manufacturability of products. Instead a systematic cognition-based approach is developed to emphasize the ...

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