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Avoiding Fall Related Injuries in Older Adults – An Interdisciplinary Design Approach

Sankowski, Olga; Wollesen, Bettina; Köhler, Berit; Krause, Dieter; Mattes, Klaus // 2016
Because of the frequency and severe consequences of falls in the elderly, falling is one of the major public health issues. It would be a substantial improvement to reduce the severity and occurrence ...

DEVELOPMENT OF A METHODICAL APPROACH TO HANDLE UNCERTAINTY DURING THE PROCESS OF PRODUCT MODELLING

Würtenberger, J.; Lotz, J.; Freund, T.; Kloberdanz, H. // 2016
Product models are used for decision making during the development process. They are based on assumptions by the designer, which are made under a lack of information, so the designer has to make ...

Entrepreneurship: What Separates Those Who Do from Those Who Don't

Matthew, Lynch; Martin, Steinert; Gunnar, Andersson // 2016
rature, with most of the focus being on what makes a successful entrepreneur; or what separates entrepreneurs from the general population. Examing the difference between the intention to start and ...

Experimental Studies in Design Science and Engineering Design Science – A Repository for Experiment Setups

Kriesi, Carlo; Balters, Stephanie; Steinert, Martin // 2016
Science depends on robust study designs that quantify selected dependent variables, independent of time, location, or conducting researcher. It has been shown that various research fields, especially ...

Finding the Optimal Design Creativity in Car Design Features Against Brand Styles

Sungeun, An; Deedee, Min; Ji-Hyun, Lee // 2016
Automobile designers strive to create novel and distinctive designs without sacrificing the car’s inner brand style. Both novelty and brand styles are known to be paramount to realizing market ...

Including product designers in the consideration of resource criticality – an approach from a business perspective

Link, Sandra; Denz, Naemi; Kloberdanz, Hermann // 2016
Especially in recent years, the issue of resource efficiency has become focus of public debate. High and volatile raw material prices show the relevance of the topic. Not only on a political level, ...

MANAGING THE PARADOX OF EARLY PRODUCTION INVOLVEMENT AND INNOVATIVENESS – TO INVOLVE OR EVOLVE, IS THAT THE QUESTION?

Karlsson, A.; Törlind, P. // 2016
Early involvement of production can on the one hand create products better adapted for realization, but on the other hand introduce the risk that incremental adjustments of existing operations and ...

MANAGING THE PROCESS OF PREPARATION FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT - IDEAS ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION

Stevanović, M.; Marjanović, D.; Štorga, M. // 2016
The productivity early stages of NPD play an important role in the process of innovation. Innovative ideas and later concepts are assessed in a situation of high uncertainty. Insufficient assessment ...

MEDIATING EMOTION THROUGH OBJECTS: THE UNDERSTANDING OF DESIGNED OBJECTS AS AN ASSISTIVE TOOL FOR DESIGNERS IN THE EARLY STAGES OF DESIGN ACTIVITY

Hapiz, Hana // 2016
This paper will explicate the relationship between everyday objects and the user, categorise the objects
based on an established system within the design discipline and develop a taxonomy to assist ...

Methode zur Parameteroptimierung komplexer Mechanismen hinsichtlich kinematischer Anforderungen  (Members only )

Heling, Björn; Wartzack, Sandro // 2016
Shorter product life cycles along with continuously changing requirements lead to a demand for more efficient product development processes. Resulting from these upcoming challenges the guiding ...

MORPHIX: AN EVOLUTIONARY WAY TO SUPPORT CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

Wünsch, A.; Pilz, F.; Vajna, S. // 2016
In this paper we introduce Morphix, a framework to support the conceptual design by combining the morphological box and the Autogenetic Design Theory using a Genetic Algorithm, to reduce the risk of ...

NPD Risk Management with Experiential learning oriented method

Juuti, Tero Sakari; Kopra, Miia-Johanna // 2016
t portfolio management, the decision making on project and portfolio selection is less planned and rational and, instead, more political and path-dependent that the normative models would suggest. ...

PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF DESIGN DRIVEN NEW ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURES

Petersen, S. I. // 2016
The investment potential of startups is notoriously difficult to assess and there are no assessments addressing Market, Technology, Design Execution Risk and Design Quality. We examine this issue and ...

PLAY PROBES - AS A PRODUCTIVE SPACE AND SOURCE FOR INFORMATION

Sjřvoll, Vibeke; Gulden, Tore // 2016
Playful behaviour involves exploring, questioning, risk-taking, altering and mastering an activity.
Thus, playful behaviour may elicit new thoughts and actions. This paper explores how such ...

POST-PROBABILISTIC UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFICATION: DISCUSSION OF POTENTIAL USE IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT RISK MANAGEMENT

Tegeltija, M.; Oehmen, J.; Kozine, I.; Geraldi, J. // 2016
Uncertainty represents one of the key challenges in product development (PD) projects. Traditionally, risk management quantification methods have been based on probability theory. Those methods ...

Proactive Cost Management: Integrating Use Phase Data to Reduce Uncertainty

Wilberg, Julian; Maisenbacher, Sebastian; Lindemann, Udo // 2016
Manufacturing firms need to develop products for competitive markets with a distinct cost-value-ratio in order to stay successful in the long run. Literature provides approaches such as Target ...

PROCESS ANALYSIS OF DESIGNER’S SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY: A CASE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL CHARACTER DESIGNER  (Members only )

Takashima, Kentaro; Senoo, Dai // 2016
The objective of this research is to identify the characteristics of process of designer’s spontaneous activity. There are two types of designer’s activities: 1) spontaneous activity and 2) ...

Risk-oriented development of innovative products: a model-based approach

Neumann, Marc; Bender, Beate // 2016
New product development is strongly accompanied by uncertainties which are understood in general as a consequence of insufficient experience and missing knowledge. Uncertainties occur at all stages ...

RISKS IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: ADVANCEMENTS IN RECENT YEARS

Juranić, J.; Marjanović, D.; Pavković, N. // 2016
Risks in product development appear even in the development of the simplest products. As the product and development process are more complex, risk management is gaining the importance. In the world ...

SET-BASED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

Schuh, G.; Rudolf, S.; Luedtke, B. // 2016
Due to predominant effects of globalization, a massive price pressure as well as a high product variety manufacturing companies are facing tremendous challenges. To address these challenges an ...

SUPPORTING THE DESIGN OF RECONFIGURABLE CELLULAR MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS BY COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN SYNTHESIS

Unglert, J.; Hoekstra, S.; Jauregui Becker, J. // 2016
Decisions on manufacturing system design determine the current and future profitability of manufacturing companies. Reconfigurable Cellular Manufacturing Systems make possible to evolve the design of ...

Synchronized/Non-Synchronized Situations- A Study of the Chain Reactions of Creative Gears Laboratory

Guanze, Liao // 2016
The author has developed chain reaction game Creative Gears Laboratory based on problem-solving situations, which included four game scenarios of Risk Precaution, Obstacle Elimination, Situation ...

Szenario-basierte Analyse von Anforderungen im Produktentwicklungsprozess  (Members only )

Gräßler, Iris; Scholle, Philipp // 2016
In this paper a method for the anticipation of future changes of requirements within the product development process is proposed. Based on consistency-based approaches towards scenario-technique, ...

THE ELASTIC OCTOPUS: A CATALOGUE OF FAILURES FOR DISRUPTING DESIGN EDUCATION

Hall, Ashley; Bahk, Yoon; Wright, James // 2016
Elastic Octopus was inspired by a perceived increased reluctance in student attitudes towards taking
risks and failure in design innovation. In particular, recent trends in funding and risk-aversion ...

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