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Towards an approach integrating various levels of data analytics to exploit product-usage information in product development

Klein, Patrick (1); van der Vegte, Wilhelm Frederik (2); Hribernik, Karl (3); Klaus-Dieter, Thoben (1) // 2019
By applying data analytics to product usage information (PUI) from combinations of different channels, companies can get a more complete picture of their products? and services? Mid-Of-Life. All ...

Towards virtual assessment of human factors: A concept for data driven prediction and analysis of physical user-product interactions

Wolf, Alexander; Binder, Nicole; Miehling, J // 2019
The early consideration of human factors in product development hugely favours the development of products, which excel with a positive user experience. The virtual environment of product development ...

Tracing paths and connecting multiple design domains: An information visualisation approach to product architecture modelling

Idrissov, Agzam; Parraguez, Pedro; Maier, Anja M. // 2019
Visual representation of product architecture models is crucial in complex engineering systems design. However, when the number of entities in a model is large and when multiple levels of hierarchies ...

Understanding behavioural design: Integrating process and cognitive perspectives

Khadilkar, Pramod Ratnakar; Cash, Philip // 2019
Behavioural design is a crucial research area due to its potential in leveraging the positive outcomes of traditional design. Current need for theory building requires discerning the unique ...

Understanding Community Behaviors In For-Profit Open Source Hardware Projects

Li, Zhuoxuan (1); Seering, Warren (1); Tao, Tiffany (1); Cao, Shengnan (2) // 2019
Free contributors have successfully shown the potential in large/complex software co-creation in the Free and Open Source Software Movement, triggering many discussions and exploration ventures from ...

Usability evaluation of software tools for engineering design

Hashemi Farzaneh, Helena; Neuner, Lorenz // 2019
Much of the work in design research focusses on the development of methods and tools to support engineering designers. Many of these tools are nowadays implemented in software. Due to the strongly ...

Using Hidden Markov Models to Uncover Underlying States in Neuroimaging Data for a Design Ideation Task

Goucher-Lambert, Kosa (1); McComb, Christopher (2) // 2019
Recently, design researchers have begun to use neuroimaging methods (e.g., functional magnetic resonance imaging, fMRI) to understand a variety of cognitive processes relevant to design. However, ...

Using Personas in the Design Process. Towards the Development of Green Product Personality for In-Car User Interfaces

Wehr, Franka; Luccarelli, Martin // 2019
The desire to combine advanced user-friendly interfaces with a product personality communicating environmental friendliness to customers poses new challenges for car interior designers, as little ...

Variation analysis of design parameters of fibre-reinforced plastic parts

Franz, Michael; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro // 2019
Lightweight Design as an engineering domain is becoming more and more important in terms of sustainable mobility. Therefore, a large number of researchers is developing methods for utilisation of ...

VISUAL THINKING IN DESIGNING A FUTURE MOBILITY RESEARCH AND EDUCATION STRATEGY

van Grondelle, Elmer D.; Santema, Sicco C. // 2019
em’s approach in which core design knowledge is as important as an understanding of human behaviour and how to elicit and inspire that.

To adapt to this new reality the automotive industry must ...

Visualised frames: how sketching influences framing behaviour in design teams

Yang, Yujing; Brik, Natalie; de Jong, Peter; Guerreiro Goncalves, Milene // 2019
Framing is a crucial skill for connecting problem and solution spaces in the creative design process, both for individuals and teams. Frames are implicit in individuals? cognitive thinking, but the ...

A COMBINATION OF DESIGN- AND SCIENTIFIC- LED PROCESSES CAN BE A SUCCESSFUL APPROACH TOWARDS BUILDING INNOVATIVE PROJECTS

Apud-Bell, Maria Jose; Dasan, Aran; Childs, Peter // 2018
Students like myself, the first author of this paper, with a science research background that have never been exposed to design methodologies initially struggle to deliver well-defined innovation led ...

A Design Model Roadmap for a Multisensory Experience

Godoy Cortés, Ligia Pamela; Quadros de França, Izaias; Lins Gonçalves, Romulo; Pereira, Luciana // 2018
Designers have traditionally had two main foci: enhancing aesthetics, which is designing products pleasurable to the senses, and the functionality of products. A good design achieves several ...

A FRAMEWORK FOR STUDENTS TO VISUALISE THE IMPLICATIONS OF DESIGN DECISIONS IN GLOBAL SUPPLY NETWORKS

McKay, Alison; Baker, Richard; Chittenden, Richard; de Pennington, Alan // 2018
Engineering innovation is recognised as a key to business success. Transitions to new business models, including Design & Make supply networks and through-life support services such as the ...

A METHOD FOR EXPANDING THE HUMAN VISUALISING ABILITY: DESIGNING COMPLICATED THREE-DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRICAL SHAPES THROUGH MATHEMATICAL EXTRAPOLATION

Kaori Yamada, Shinjiro Ito, Toshiharu Taura // 2018
This research focuses on the role of technology in creative thinking in design. Human thinking space can be expanded with the help of technology, thereby enabling humans to generate entirely new ...

A model-driven decision arena: Augmenting decision making in early design

Wall, Johan; Larsson, Tobias; Bertoni, Marco // 2018
A wide variety of expert competencies, transcending traditional disciplines, are needed to foresee and evaluate the impact of decisions in the conceptual phase of engineering design. Where this ...

A QUALITATIVE INVENTORY OF USER INTEGRATION METHODS AND THEIR USAGE IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

Wallisch, Anne; Paetzold, Kristin // 2018
In the field of human-centred design, user experience (UX) is one of the key factors that make similar products differ in popularity among users. The more holistic one can depict UX, the more ...

A study into the influence of visual prototyping methods and immersive technologies on the perception of abstract product properties

Forbes, Tegan; Barnes, Hannah; Kinnell, Peter; Goh, Yee Mey // 2018
Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) software are becoming increasingly sophisticated, and they are finding new uses in a wide range of applications. From a product design perspective, the ...

Affective surface engineering- using soft and hard metrology to measure the Sensation and perception in surface properties

Eriksson, Lars; Rosen, Bengt-Göran; Bergman, Martin // 2018
New surface treatments, novel material developments, and improved quality control procedures and advanced metrology instrumentation create a possibility to further develop competitiveness by the ...

ALL MEMBERS INCLUDED - EXAMPLES OF DESIGN COLLABORATION WITH JAPANESE SOCIAL WELFARE ORGANISATIONS THROUGH SHARED DESIGN METHODS AND PROCESSES

Laila Frances Cassim // 2018
In the last half-century, viewing disability as a social and human right enabled a raft of legislation achieving equal access to mainstream education, employment, and public services to be passed. ...

AN ONTOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK TO LINK MARKETING AND DESIGN

Casagrande-Seretti, Alessandro; Montagna, Francesca // 2018
Communication issues between people with different backgrounds within the product development teams are commonplace. The causes are many, including cultural differences and language barriers. ...

Analysis of dynamic system behaviour using sequence modelling with the C&C²-Approach – a case study on a power tool hammer mechanism

Matthiesen, Sven; Wettstein, Andreas; Grauberger, Patric // 2018
In product development, the building of simulation models for analysis is a general approach. Nowadays, products are mostly developed in generations, which means these models can be re-used in ...

Applying Function-Means Tree Modelling to Personalized Medicines

Siiskonen, Maria; Folestad, Staffan; Malmqvist, Johan // 2018
Recent breakthroughs in diagnostics, genotyping and so forth, has created opportunities to satisfy the individual therapeutic needs of each patient, i.e. treatment can be tailored according to the ...

APPROXIMATION OF THE USER BEHAVIOUR IN A FULLY AUTOMATED VEHICLE REFERRING TO A STATIONARY PROTOTYPE-BASED RESEARCH STUDY

Fitzen, Florian; Amereller, Maximilian; Paetzold, Kristin // 2018
The technological progress of automated driving fundamentally affects the starting situation for developing the automotive interior. As the driver will not be occupied with driving tasks, a ...

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