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The Delft Innovation Method A Design Thinker's Guide to Innovation

Buijs, Jan // 2012
This paper will introduce a new book on innovating, the process that leads to innovation(s). It is based on the experiences in the innovation and creativity field from the Delft University of ...

The Effects of Technology Readiness and Service Design on Service Experience Quality in Tourism

Ho, S. S.; Wang, Y. C.; Huang, C. C.; Sung, T. J. // 2012
Although past studies have advocated that a technology-oriented service could be treated as one of competitive advantages for the tourism industry, few empirical evidence was found to indicate ...

The Impact of ‘Service Design’ on the Industrial Design Engineering Curriculum

Visser, Froukje Sleeswijk; Stappers, Pieter Jan // 2012
Recently, both media and practice are dealing with a wave of interest in “service design”. Some present this as a radically new approach to product development that overarches the established ...

Using the Hanze Model for Curriculum Development to Optimize Design Projects in the Bachelor Curriculum Program Product Development

Corremans, Jan A.M.; Coppieters, Werner // 2012
The integration of human, technological and economic aspects in product design is considered to be the most important competence of an industrial designer. A designer has to integrate aesthetic ...

Zielsystemorientiertes Variantenmanagement einbaufertiger Systembaugruppen  (Members only )

Albers, Albert; Walch, Markus; Lohmeyer, Quentin // 2012
The paper considers the conceptualization of a systemic approach that supports the designer in the efficient selecting of existing product variants within the tender phase. Its ...

A NEW METAMODEL TO REPRESENT TOPOLOGIC KNOWLEDGE IN ARTIFACTUAL DESIGN

Jauregui-Becker, Juan M.; Gebauer, Klaas Jan W.; van Houten, Fred J.A.M. // 2011
This paper presents the Topology Abstraction Representation Diagram (TARD) as a new metamodel to represent knowledge about components and their relations for the purpose of Computational Design ...

Anforderungen an "Robust Engineering" in globalen Projekten

Eglinger, Markus // 2011
Die Business Unit Transmission, Division Powertrain, der Continental AG entwickelt komplexe mechatronische Steuergeräte für Automatikgetriebe im PKW-Bereich. In Abhängigkeit von der Getriebebauart ...

CONSIDERATION OF GOAL INTERRELATIONS IN LIFECYCLE-ORIENTED PRODUCT PLANNING

Hepperle, Clemens; Förg, Armin; Mörtl, Markus; Lindemann, Udo // 2011
Within the innovation process the phase of product planning plays an important role in order to deduce consistent product disposals to be developed and produced by the company. Demands and ...

Design education and research intertwined

van Grondelle, Elmer; Jacobs, Jan; de Bont, Cees; van Egmond, Rene // 2011
The specialization Advanced Automotive Design, at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering of Delft University of Technology, was launched In 2006. The educational structure of the specialization ...

DESIGNING MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS: A MODEL-INTEGRATION APPROACH

Qamar, Ahsan; Wikander, Jan; During, Carl // 2011
Development of mechatronic products demands different types of design models in order to support both domain-independent specifications and domain-specific principles. This research aims to find out ...

Educational Model for Improved Empathy ("The Pleasurable Mask Experience")

Vaes, Kristof Romain Victor; Corremans, Jan; Moons, Ingrid // 2011
Increased empathy and direct contact with users can provide a valuable resource for designers, who often design products for use outside their own experience. Learning design students to research, ...

Enhancing the Selection of Methods for Customer Integration

Fähling,Jens; Langer,Stefan; Schölkopf, Michael Jan; Leimeister,Marco Jan; Krcmar,Helmut; Lindemann,Udo // 2011
Basic aim of innovating is to provide products and solutions meeting the expectations and needs of their customers and stakeholders.Therefore, customer integration methods provide means to integrate ...

Explicit Product Family Indicators Based On aConstraint Programming Simulation of Usage Coverage

Wang,Jiliang ;Yannou,Bernard // 2011
In this paper, we apply usage context model to model jigsaw product family usages. Then constraint programming technique is employed to measure the feasible usages under consumers’ usage ...

GENERIC MODEL OF THE EARLY PHASES OF AN INNOVATION PROCESS REGARDING DIFFERENT DEGREES OF PRODUCT NOVELTY

Orawski, Robert; Krollmann, Jan; Mörtl, Markus; Lindemann, Udo // 2011
Innovation processes are developed for various reasons, e.g. formalization, communication or controlling of development activities. There is a big variety of innovation processes and especially for ...

Local Co-education in Industrial Design and Product Development: a Real Case Simulation - Five Teams, Five Companies

Terroso, Miguel; Simoes, Ricardo // 2011
The present work aims at identifying how an effective project-based learning approach, focused on meeting real product development needs of local companies, can be implemented. The main issue is ...

Preparing Western Designers for the use of Contextmapping Techniques in Non-Western Situations

van Boeijen, Annemiek; Stappers, Pieter Jan // 2011
The aim of this study is to determine how to prepare design students for the use of contextmapping techniques in non-Western cultures. The skill is especially needed when designing for Base of the ...

Reoccurring Cyclic Consideration of End-of-Life Requirements During Product Planning

Orawski,Robert; Hepperle,Clemens; Mörtl,Markus; Lindemann,Udo // 2011
Life cycle costs are mainly defined by the early phases of the life cycle. With the need for longer usage time and a more environmental conscious society, the final phases of the life cycle are ...

Sketching is more than making correct drawings

Waanders, Remko; Eggink, Wouter; Mulder-Nijkamp, Maaike // 2011
Designers have always used sketching as an important tool in the design process. Sketching in this context is not a goal in itself but can be considered as a tool to make better designs. More and ...

SUPPORTING INCLUSIVE PRODUCT DESIGN WITH VIRTUAL USER MODELS AT THE EARLY STAGES OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Kirisci, Pierre Taner; Thoben, Klaus-Dieter; Klein, Patrick; Modzelewski, Markus // 2011
The aim of inclusive product design is to successfully integrate human factors in the product development process with the intention of making products accessible for the largest possible group of ...

Temporal Aspects in Lifecycle-Oriented Planning of Product-Service-Systems

Hepperle,Clemens; Orawski,Robert; Langer, Stefan; Mörtl,Markus; Lindemann, Udo // 2011
In order to cope with the increasing complexity of today’s products, companies face the fundamental challenge to share an integrated perspective on the lifecycle of products and corresponding ...

THE RETRIEVAL OF STRUCTURED DESIGN KNOWLEDGE

Wang, Hongwei; Johnson, Aylmer L.; Bracewell, Rob H. // 2011
n knowledge in new design projects. Specifically, methods for utilising various structured information are developed and implemented on a prototype keyword-based retrieval system developed in our ...

The Use of Dependence Structure Matrix and SU-field of TRIZ in Simplifying the Complex Products

Jiang, P.; Wang, W.; Tan, R. // 2011
The purpose of this paper is to introduce a Dependence Structure Matrix and Su-Field of TRIZ that enables the complex structure simplify in project. The characteristics of the complex products ...

USE OF DESIGN METHODOLOGY TO ACCELERATE THE DEVELOPMENT AND MARKET INTRODUCTION OF NEW LIGHTWEIGHT STEEL PROFILES

Nehuis, Frank; Ziebart, Jan Robert; Stechert, Carsten; Vietor, Thomas // 2011
In the transportation sector –as in most other branches– demanded time-to-market becomes shorter whereas at the same time demanded diversity becomes wider and lightweight requirements become tougher. ...

USER CENTERED DESIGN IN THE WILD

Stompff, Guido; Henze, Lilian; Jong, Fred de; Vliembergen, Eddy van; Stappers, Pieter Jan; Smulders, Frido; Buijs, Jan // 2011
Modern hi-tech product development is becoming increasingly complex, posing difficulties for achieving technically sound products, that also address the user needs. User Centered Design (UCD) ...

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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