SIG-Library

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A Design Case Study: 3D Printer Software Interface Design based on Home Users preferences Knowledge

Li, Xuenan; Zhao, Danhua; Zhao, Jianghong // 2019
The rapid development of 3D printing technology has an impact on all aspects of modern manufacturing, design and society. However, the home use of 3D printers is still limited by the difficulty in ...

A framework for designing work systems in Industry 4.0

Kadir, Bzhwen A (1); Broberg, Ole (1); Souza da Concei // 2019
The introduction of new digital technologies in industrial work systems and increasing implementation of Cyber Physical Systems are evoking new and unknown challenges and opportunities related to ...

A methodology for the application of virtual evaluation methods within the design process of cold forged steel pinions

Rohrmoser, Andreas (1); Heling, BjÓrn (2); Schleich, Benjamin (2); Kiener, Christoph (1); Hagenah, Hinnerk (1); Wartzack, Sandro (2); Merklein, Marion (1) // 2019
Gears are essential machine elements in the drivetrain and transmission technology. The operational behaviour of a gear pairing is influenced by the design of the gear kinematics as well as the ...

A model-based approach to identify barriers in design knowledge reuse

Jordan, Thomas (1,2); Bender, Beate (1); Herzog, Michael (1); Song, Young-Woo (1) // 2019
Today, information and knowledge as competitive factors influence the success of companies as much as traditional production factors like human resources or physical capital. However, the reuse of ...

A Neutral Form for Experiential Material Characterisation

Veelaert, Lore; Moons, Ingrid; Rohaert, Sarah; Du Bois, Els // 2019
Materials experience in design involves the meanings that materials convey to users through its expressive characteristics. Such meaning evoking patterns are influenced by parameters such as context, ...

A New Method of Human Response Testing to Enhance the Design Process

Kalantari, Saleh // 2019
This paper presents a new method of human-response testing to enhance the success of designs. Rather than waiting until after a building is constructed to see how the design will affect human users, ...

A Review of Affordances and Affordance-Based Design to Address Usability

Masoudi, Nafiseh (1); Fadel, Georges M. (1); Pagano, Christopher C. (2); Elena, Maria Vittoria (1) // 2019
Maier and Fadel pioneered Affordance-Based Design (ABD) based on Gibson?s revolutionary theory of affordances and Norman?s deployment of the concept in his book, ?The Design of Everyday Things?. ...

A Systematic Approach to Evaluating Design Prompts in Supporting Experimental Design Research

Patel, Apurva; Elena, Maria-Vittoria; Summers, Joshua // 2019
Experiments that study engineering behavior in design often rely on participants responding to a given design prompt or a problem statement. Moreover, researchers often find themselves testing ...

Additive manufacturing of heterogeneous lattice structures: an experimental exploration

Leonardi, Francesco (1); Graziosi, Serena (1); Casati, Riccardo (1); Tamburrino, Francesco (2); Bordegoni, Monica (1) // 2019
3D printed heterogeneous lattice structures are beam-and-node based structures characterised by a variable geometry. This variability is obtained starting from a periodic structure and modifying the ...

Addressing cognitive challenges in design ? a review on existing approaches

Ning, Weining; Goodman-Deane, Joy; Clarkson, P.John // 2019
Insufficient design often causes challenges to users on a cognitive level, hindering them from interacting with products smoothly. There is a lack of effective design tools and supporting materials ...

AI-based learning approach with consideration of safety criteria on example of a depalletization robot

Jocas, Mark (1); Kurrek, Philip (1); Zoghlami, Firas (1); Gianni, Mario (2); Salehi, Vahid (1) // 2019
Robotic systems need to achieve a certain level of process safety during the performance of the

task and at the same time ensure compliance with safety criteria for the expected behaviour.

To ...

AIM: an Interactive Ashtray to Support Behavior Change through Gamification

Huang, Siyuan; Scurati, Giulia Wally; Elzeney, Mostafa; Li, Yujie; Lin, Xiaofeng; Ferrise, Francesco; Bordegoni, Monica // 2019
Littering is a highly diffused anti-environmental and anti-social behavior, especially among young people. Furthermore, cigarette butts are one of the most littered items and are responsible for both ...

An Exploratory Study Comparing CAD Tools And Working Styles For Implementing Design Changes

Phadnis, Vrushank Shripad (1); Leonardo, Kevin Alfonso (1); Wallace, David Robert (1); Olechowski, Alison Louise (2) // 2019
This paper presents the findings of a preliminary study comparing implementation of design changes using various computer-aided design (CAD) working styles. Our study compares individuals? and pairs? ...

Analysing and Solving the Reduced-ability and Excessive-use Dilemmas in Technology Use

Wesugi, Shigeru // 2019
Technology use provides great benefits by extending human ability, but the negative effects cannot always be ignored. The author examined the dilemmas of technology use based on Shibata?s analysis of ...

Analysis and Synthesis of Resilient Load-carrying Systems

Schulte, Fiona; Kirchner, Eckhard; Kloberdanz, Hermann // 2019
Resilient systems have the capability to survive and recover from seriously affecting events. Resilience engineering already is established for socio-economic organisations and extended network-like ...

APPLYING PROFESSIONAL METHODS OF TEAM FEEDBACK TO IMPROVE TEAMWORK IN AN INTERDISCIPLINARY PROJECT-BASED UPPER-LEVEL DESIGN COURSE

Anderson, John C; Benjamin, Stacy // 2019
We present an approach for coaching design team members to give qualitative feedback to each other in an upper-level undergraduate design project course. Each student is required to give their ...

Assessing Concept Novelty Potential with Lexical and Distributional Word Similarity for Innovative Design

Nomaguchi, Yutaka; Kawahara, Takahiro; Shoda, Koki; Fujita, Kikuo // 2019
Generating novel design concepts is a cornerstone for producing innovative products. Although many methods have been proposed for supporting the task, their performance depends on human ability. The ...

Assessing Regulatory Focus Differences in Creative Ideation: An examination of prevention and promotion mindsets on novelty and usefulness

Meurzec, Rianne Wally (1); Koh, Brandon (2); Koronis, Georgios (1); Kang, Jacob Kai Siang (1); Yogiaman, Christine (1); Silva, Arlindo (1) // 2019
The purpose of this work is to compare impact of regulatory focuses, namely preventive and promotional contexts, on creative ideation measured by novelty and usefulness. The study consisted of ...

BEYOND THE HEALTHCARE PARADIGM: CO-CREATING A NEW MODEL FOR COLLABORATIVE TRANSDISCIPLINARY HEALTHCARE DESIGN EDUCATION

Hall, Ashley (1); Leff, Daniel (2); Wojdecka, Anna (1); Kinross, James (2); Thompson, Paul (1); Darzi, Ara (2) // 2019
Although healthcare has long been a focus for design research activity dating from the 1960’s and Bruce Archer’s Industrial Design (Engineering) research unit, globally there remain very few ...

Business model innovation for circular economy: integrating literature and practice into a conceptual process model

Pieroni, Marina de Padua; McAloone, Tim; Pigosso, Daniela // 2019
A key question regarding business model innovation/development for circular economy is ?how to make it happen in practice"? By systematically reviewing 92 approaches from circular economy and ...

Cascading Forgetting In Product Development Challenges And Evaluation

K gler, Patricia (1); Schon, Claudia (2); Schleich, Benjamin (1); Staab, Steffen (2); Wartzack, Sandro (1) // 2019
Vast amounts of information and knowledge is produced and stored within product design projects. Especially for reuse and adaptation there exists no suitable method for product designers to handle ...

Comparing the Design Neurocognition of Mechanical Engineers and Architects: A Study of the Effect of Designer's Domain

Vieira, Sonia Liliana da Silva (1); Gero, John S. (2); Delmoral, Jessica (1); Gattol, Valentin (3); Fernandes, Carlos (4); Fernandes, Ant // 2019
New tools from neuroscience allow design researchers to explore design neurocognition. By taking the advantage of EEG's temporal resolution we give up spatial resolution to focus on the performance ...

Comparing Virtual Reality and Desktop Interface for Reviewing 3D CAD Models

Horvat, Nikola (1); ?kec, Stanko (1,2); Martinec, Tomislav (1); Luka?evi?, Fanika (1); Peri?i?, Marija Majda (1) // 2019
Use of virtual reality (VR) is considered beneficial for reviewing 3D models throughout product design. However, research on its usability in the design field is still explorative, and previous ...

Computational Simulation as an organizational prototyping tool

Dosi, Clio; Iori, Manuel; Kramer, Arthur; Vignoli, Matteo // 2019
This case study deals with a redesign effort to face the overcrowding issue in an Emergency Department (ED). A multidiscinary group of healthcare professionals and engineers worked together to ...

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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