Macfie, Rebecca Louise;Hay, Laura Anne;Rodgers, Paul // 2023
Mental imagery is the experience of perceiving an object within one’s own mind and is a subjective experience, leading to difficulties in the research and understanding of the phenomenon. This paper ...
Chakrabarti, Amaresh // 2023
Representation of design information using causal ontologies is very effective for creative ideation in product design. Hence researchers created databases with models of engineering and biological ...
Heide, Ludger (1); Syré, Anne Magdalene (1); Grahle, Alexander (1); Göhlich, Dietmar (1); Kattwinkel, Daniela (2); Bender, Beate (2) // 2023
Sustainability in engineering sciences is of rapidly growing importance. However, its integration into engineering education is still in its infancy. This paper is based on the finding that, in ...
Reeling, Hunter Scott;
She, Jinjuan // 2023
Engineering design in new product development is a constant battle between creativity and strict structure. As researchers look to optimize the process, each stage is placed under a microscope to put ...
Kiernan, Louise Brigid; Mcmahon, Muireann // 2023
As designing with vulnerable users becomes more prevalent, we need to establish societal and policy guidelines to ensure that such practices adhere to ethical principles to protect both participant ...
Kroll, Ehud (1);
Koskela, Lauri (2) // 2023
Design process descriptions in the literature in general and those using C-K theory in particular lack some useful cognitive information that may affect the credibility of the process. Notions from ...
Shealy, Tripp (1);
Gero, John (2);
Ignacio, Paulo (1);
Song, Inuk (1) // 2023
The think-aloud protocol provides researchers an insight into the designer’s mental state, but little is understood about how thinking aloud influences design. The study presented in this paper sets ...
Colombo, Samuele (1);
Gero, John S. (2);
Cantamessa, Marco (1) // 2023
Chronobiology is the science that studies the role of time in biology. The study of time in human bodies revealed the presence of internal rhythms related to the time of day. Considering divergent ...
Hurst, Ada (1);
Lin, Shirley (1);
Treacy, Claire (1);
Nespoli, Oscar G. (1);
Gero, John S. (2) // 2023
In the design studio, academic (professor) and practitioner tutors provide individual mentoring to students as they progress in their design projects. Prior studies suggest that design practitioners ...
Pérez Machin, Haizea // 2023
This article proposes an educational module that promotes the study of ecofeminism within product design in high education for ethical design thinking. Design materializes concepts and leads ...
Eriksson, Vikki; Keipi, Teo; Björklund, Tua // 2023
In order to better understand the stakeholder choices of knowledge-based organisational actors, this study focuses on a novel application of Huber’s (2012) dimensions of proximity salience, namely ...
Li, Shumin; Becattini, Niccolò; Cascini, Gaetano // 2023
This paper presents an EEG (Electroencephalography) study that explores the correlation between the EEG variation across design stages and the quality of the design outcomes. The brain activations of ...
Lukačević, Fanika (1,2);
Becattini, Niccolò (2);
Škec, Stanko (1) // 2023
As an initial step towards a better understanding of cognitive load in computer-aided design (CAD), the herein presented study investigated cognitive load imposed on 24 mechanical engineers during ...
Ignacio Jr., Paulo;
Shealy, Tripp // 2023
The research presented in this paper explores a novel method for assessing the effects of biophilic restorative experiences on designers’ cognition by combining the use of physiological, ...
Shealy, Tripp // 2023
The study presented in this paper investigated the impact of embodied and self-reflected virtual reality (VR) experiences on engineering design students' cognition and perception of ...
Matthiesen, Sven // 2023
Product development is time-consuming and cost-intensive. Part of the costs can be attributed to physical tests. Therefore, new methods are being researched to save resources. One upcoming area that ...
Soria Zurita, Nicolas;
Menold, Jessica // 2023
While a significant amount of research has documented the importance of design artefacts in design communication, relatively little work has investigated the effect of design artefact quality on the ...
Hicks, Ben // 2023
Design neurocognition is an emerging research area that can provide insights into the black box of designers’ cognitive processes. However, work to date has focused on neurocognition on its own, ...
Ferreira, João; Hernández-Ramírez, Rodrigo // 2023
This paper outlines a pedagogical approach based on “sketchnoting” to help design students gather, synthesise, and make sense of information. The method combines theory on how people learn with ...
Domingo, Lawrence (1);
Leifer, Larry (1);
Auernhammer, Jan (2) // 2023
This research investigates changes in team behavior and communication through interruptions and gestures, due to design process strategies in pre-formed remote teams for conceptual design tasks. ...
Cass, Madison (1);
Prabhu, Rohan (2) // 2023
Designers are experiencing greater mental demands given the complexity of design tools, necessitating the study of cognitive load in design. Researchers have identified task- and designer-related ...
Safayeni, Frank // 2023
Data-driven design is expected to change design processes and organizations in significant ways. What actions should design managers take to ensure the best possible outcomes in this new data-driven ...
Fillingim, Kenton Blane;
Feldhausen, Thomas // 2023
Hybrid manufacturing, a combination of additive and subtractive manufacturing capabilities in one system, has recently become a more viable production option across several industries. Although ...
Lauff, Carlye Anne (1);
Friesen, Alexis (1);
Menold, Jessica (2) // 2023
Failure is part of the design process, and yet there is limited knowledge around how product design students perceive failure in their work. This pilot study aims to understand how a small sample ...