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Defining Requirements in Prototyping: The Holistic Prototype and Process Development

Schork, Stefan; Kirchner, Eckhard // 2018
Designers and developers use prototypes in the product development process to gather information about the final product and its behavior as early as possible as well as to lower the risk of ...

Design thinking for organizations: functional guidelines

Correia, Pedro Targo Ishio; Gaspar, Ricardo; Lins, Romulo // 2018
The objective of this paper is to propose functional guidelines for the assertive practice of the design thinking approach in organizational environments, and therefore to promote innovation. ...

EXPLORING THE PERFORMANCE OF AUGMENTED REALITY TECHNOLOGIES IN CO-CREATIVE SESSIONS: INITIAL RESULTS FROM CONTROLLED EXPERIMENTS

O'Hare, Jamie Alexander; Dekoninck, Elies; Giunta, Lorenzo; Boujut, Jean-François; Becattini, Niccolò // 2018
Co-creation can offer business benefits such as increased speed to market, increased product quality, and a reduced risk of market failure. However, co-creative design sessions can be challenging due ...

HOW DO C&C²-MODELS IMPROVE EFFICIENCY, COMPREHENSIBILITY AND SCOPE IN FAILURE ANALYSIS - AN EMPIRICAL STUDY BASED ON TWO LIVE-LABS

Gladysz, Bartosz; Albers, Albert // 2018
In this article, the authors evaluate a newly-developed method, which is based on the Contact and Channel Approach (C&C²-A) and uses models integrating embodiment design and functions for supporting ...

KIDZ DESIGN LAB: BUILDING DESIGN THINKING FOR THE FUTURE

Skjølsvik, Tale; Steensen, Sverre // 2018
The Kidz Design Lab (KDL) is a new and unique way of enabling customers to be participants in a design process. It is a lab, a methodology and a brand where kids develop products for kids. This paper ...

Managing Systems of Objectives in the agile Development of Mechatronic Systems by ASD - Agile Systems Design

Albers, Albert; Heimicke, Jonas; Hirschter, Tobias; Richter, Thilo; Reiß, Nicolas; Maier, Alexander; Bursac, Nikola // 2018
In the development of mechatronic systems and the associated product services and business models, the system of objectives contains all relevant objectives of various stakeholders, as well as ...

METHOD FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF EARLY PROTOTYPES OF MECHATRONIC MACHINE ELEMENTS BASED ON THEIR CRITICAL PROPERTIES

Schork, Stefan; Kirchner, Eckhard // 2018
Prototyping in general is a widely used procedure within the product development process. Prototypes help to understand different and complex phenomena, support the communication between developers ...

ON KNOWLEDGE MATURITY AND BIASED NATURE OF STAGED DECISION MAKING IN A HIGH CONSEQUENCE INDUSTRY

Svensson, Martin; Bertoni, Alessandro; Lanander, Maximillian // 2018
This paper explores and problematizes decision-making in a high-consequence industry which is characterized by the stage-gate process. We showcase that decision-makers do not differentiate between ...

PERFORMANCE METRICS; ARE THE RISKS TOO HIGH TO BE CREATIVE?

McCardle, John // 2018
As students in Higher Education (HE), many highly successful design graduates exhibit the traits of being keen independent learners and sometimes even demonstrate a maverick approach to the art. The ...

PURSUING DIVERSITY IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION; A CASE STUDY ON R&DI-COOPERATION WITHIN CIVIL ENGINEERING

Thorstensen, Rein Terje; Svennevig, Paul Ragnar; Larsen, Ingrid Lande // 2018
This paper describes how cooperation on research, development and innovation (RD&I) between building-clients, industry, and the university was initiated and facilitated to develop (localised) ...

RE-MIX PROJECT – HYBRIDISATION LEADING TO DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION

Torrisi, Vanna Savina; Inamura, Tokushu; Hirai, Yasuyuki // 2018
The focus of this paper is disruptive innovation, created through processes of hybridisation. For the purpose of this study, the term ‘hybridisation’ refers to the blending of design practices that ...

RECONCEPTUALIZING DESIGN RISK MANAGEMENT AS A LEARNING STRATEGY

Willumsen, Pelle Lundquist; Oehmen, Josef; Ernstsen, Sidsel Katrine // 2018
We observed how risk management (RM) is perceived to hinder radical innovation in companies. RM is perceived to kill good ideas too early before they were explored thoroughly or leads to cancellation ...

RESILIENT DESIGN PROPERTIES OF A DRIVERLESS TRANSPORT SYSTEM

Wied, Morten; Oehmen, Josef; Welo, Torgeir // 2018
From its origin in ecology, resilient system properties have attracted wider interest for their applications to man-made systems. Previous research has shown that a simple conceptual model seems to ...

Risk management practices in product development companies

Schulte, Jesko; Hallstedt, Sophie I. // 2018
Product development (PD) is inherently linked to taking and managing risks. For risk management (RM) to be truly effective, it cannot be treated in product development in isolation. Instead, a ...

ROBUST DESIGN FOR MECHATRONIC MACHINE ELEMENTS - HOW ROBUST DESIGN ENABLES THE APPLICATION OF MECHATRONIC SHAFT-HUB CONNECTION

Vogel, Sven; Martin, Georg; Schirra, Tobias; Kirchner, Eckhard // 2018
This paper discusses the difficulties caused by production precision for a widespread application of sensorial Mechatronic Machine Elements to expand existing machines or designs to ...

Scaling agile practices on different time scopes for complex problem solving

Breitschuh, Jan; Albers, Albert; Seyb, Patrick; Hohler, Sophie; Benz, Jonathan; Reiß, Nicolas; Bursac, Nikola // 2018
There can be no innovation without time and space for ideation and courage to endeavor new terrain. Approaching this terrain in a structured way whilst managing the risks linked to the uncertainty of ...

SEMI-AUTOMATIZED ASSESSMENT OF REQUIREMENT INTERRELATIONS

Graessler, Iris; Scholle, Philipp; Hentze, Julian; Oleff, Christian // 2018
Changing requirements have a broad impact on product development processes. In this paper, a novel approach towards structuring requirements is proposed. Based on a requirements list, interrelations ...

SUSTAINABILITY RISK MANAGEMENT FOR PRODUCT INNOVATION

Schulte, Jesko; Hallstedt, Sophie I. // 2018
Social and environmental issues are directly connected to many of the most important risks that product development companies are facing. Based on literature review and interviews, this study ...

TAILORING RISK MANAGEMENT IN DESIGN

Tegeltija, Miroslava; Oehmen, Josef; McMahon, Christopher Alan; Maier, Anja; Kozin, Igor; Škec, Stanko // 2018
While risk quantification research has grown over the last few decades, only a limited number of studies have addressed the overall process integration of these approaches in design risk management. ...

THE CREATIVE COMPETENCIES DICTIONARY, BETWEEN DESIGN PRACTICE AND EDUCATION IN 21ST CENTURY

Villagrasa, Beatriz Martínez; Esparza, Danae; Cortiñas, Sergi // 2018
The rapid speed of technological advances, communication and the current market are constantly questioning the role of designers in society [2]. This context leads to novel questions about design ...

TOUCH, TOUCH, TOUCH, SENSORIAL COGNITIVE SKILLS SENSITIZED THROUGH TACTILITY AND TANGIBILITY

Wendrich, Robert // 2018
This paper presents the development and testing of a tangible user interface (TUI) project that includes the exploration of haptics, design processes, hybrid design tools and unconventional user ...

USING MDM AND RANDOM WALK FOR ANALYZING THE COMBINED INFLUENCING STRENGTH OF RISK-DSM

Zou, XingQi; Yang, Qing // 2018
In the complex R&D process, changes from function and component may cause uncertainties. To solve the problem, the paper builds Multi-domain Matrix (MDM) of “function-component-risk” to identify risk ...

A function- and embodiment-based failure analysis method for an in-depth understanding of failure mechanisms

Gladysz, Bartosz; Spandl, Lukas; Albers, Albert // 2017
Research studies have shown that there is an industry demand for improved failure analysis as well as failure documentation and this could be accomplished by model-based failure analysis methods. ...

A method for systematic elaboration of research phenomena in design research

Horvath, Imre // 2017
The mission of design research is to discover and investigate not or partially known phenomena, and to formulate statements concerning their manifestations and relationships with other phenomena. ...

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