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AN INTERACTION-BASED DESIGN THINKING APPROACH FOR ARCHITECTURE AS A COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SYSTEM 

Shen, Tao (1); Nagai, Yukari (2)  // 2020
Creativity is a vital part of design studies, and many literatures have approached design creativity from the perspectives of cognition and social behaviors. Several methods and tools have been ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

DESIGNING PRODUCT METAPHOR TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE BEHAVIOUR: A PROPOSED METHOD

Huang, S., Carulli, M., Hekkert, P., Schifferstein, R. N. J. and Bordegoni, M. // 2020

DISCERNING BEHAVIOURAL DESIGN: A CONCEPTUAL MODEL

Khadilkar, P. R. and Cash, P. // 2020

DROWNING PREVENTION BY DESIGN: THE SEMIOTICS OF PROTOTYPING IN LOW-RESOURCE ENVIRONMENTS – CASE STUDY ZANZIBAR

Conrad, Franziska (1); Devall, Lucy (2) // 2020
This paper presents an overview of an exploratory case study collaboration between Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) in support of an RNLI delivery ...

EMPATHY AND IDEA GENERATION: EXPLORING THE DESIGN OF A VIRTUAL REALITY CONTROLLER FOR REHABILITATION PURPOSES

Barhoush, Yazan (1); Georgiev, Georgi V. (1); Loudon, Brian (2) // 2020
The paper explores the ideation and design of a Virtual Reality (VR) proof-of-concept controller for rehabilitation of users with limited physical mobility (upper-limb disability). An existing ...

ENHANCING CREATIVITY BY DEMONSTRATING  INDIVIDUAL VULNERABILITY TO FIXATION

Neroni, Maria A.; Crilly, Nathan  // 2020
Creative design behaviour can be inhibited by fixation and so reducing the risk of fixation is a focus of much design creativity research. Research in other fields indicates that an effective way of ...

EXPLORING HOW EXPERT BEHAVIOURAL DESIGNERS IDEATE IN THE BEHAVIOURAL DESIGN SPACE

Nielsen, C. K. E. B. B., Daalhuizen, J. and Cash, P. // 2020

Herausforderungen und Anforderungen bei der durchgängigen Architekturmodellierung mechatronischer Systeme

Schumacher, Thomas; Inkermann, David; // 2020
Architectural models serve to generate a cross-domain under-standing of system behaviour and relationships between subsys-tems within the development process. Various architectural models are ...

Human factors for the evaluation of the user expertise in the usage of power tools

Helmstetter, Sebastian; Germann, René; Abbes, Moez; Matthiesen, Sven; // 2020
In order to optimize the use of hand/ power tools, user differences such as the influence of user expertise must be considered in product design. Therefore, product-independent ...

HUMANITY-CENTRED DESIGN – DEFINING THE EMERGING PARADIGM IN DESIGN EDUCATION AND PRACTICE

Russell, Paul; Buck, Lyndon // 2020
Product Design emerged as a distinct profession in Europe and North America at the end of the Second Industrial Revolution in ~1914 and has been defined by a number of paradigms as it evolved to meet ...

Integration of low-cost, dry-comb EEG-electrodes with a standard electrode cap for multimodal signal acquisition during human experiments

Erichsen, Christian Kuster; Dybvik, Henrikke; Steinert, Martin // 2020
This paper describes development of an experimental setup that enables convenient and fast integration of low-cost, spring-loaded, dry electroencephalography (EEG) electrodes with a research-grade ...

ON THE DESIGN OF PLAYFUL TRAINING MATERIAL FOR INFORMATION SECURITY AWARENESS

Lugnet, Johan; Ericson, Åsa; Lundgren, Martin; Wenngren, Johan // 2020
This paper presents the rationale for the design of a card deck game sustaining information security training. The efforts have followed design thinking, been inspired by an approach for ...

OPPORTUNITIES WITH UNCERTAINTIES: THE OUTLOOK OF VIRTUAL REALITY IN THE EARLY STAGES OF DESIGN

Hu, Xinhui; Georgiev, Georgi. V. // 2020
Adopting immersive Virtual Reality (VR) technology in the early stages of design appeals to designers, as research has shown that immersing people in a virtual environment can efficiently elicit ...

Packaging design strategies for introducing whole mealworms as human food

Kauppi, Saara-Maria // 2020
the variety of packaging design strategies for mealworms, based on packaging design suggestions by master‘s students. The design suggestions are analysed and categorised under different themes for ...

Participatory Design and Environmental Education in Visitor Centers: A Case Study from Nepal

Hoang, Ninni Kim Nhi; Edvardsen, Mia; Keitsch, Martina // 2020
This paper discusses how environmental education in visitor centers can be enhanced through participatory design approaches. Participatory design provides useful methods and tools to capture ...

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