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A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY OF BIO-BASED MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT BY DESIGNERS USING A DIY APPROACH IN A CIRCULAR CONTEXT

Asbjörn Sörensen, Charlotte; Rosén, Therese // 2021
Recent academic literature on material practices within design has revealed a lack of strategies that can support designers during the different stages of developing bio-based materials when using a ...

A STUDENTS EXPLORATION WITH DIGITAL DESIGN: ASSOSIATIONS AND EMOTIONS FROM NATURE

Øverjordet, Pernille // 2021
Through the ages humans has drawn inspiration from nature. We`ve seen in art, design, and architecture. Nature is inexhaustible for inspiration, and different individuals find new things that ...

APOCALYPTIC AND UTOPIAN MOTIVATION FOR CHANGE IN SOCIETY

Sandvik, Tor // 2021
The actions executed in the name of sustainable development, by corporations capable of changing society, have similar goals but sometimes conflicting motivations. This paper aims to define the ...

BUILDING SUSTAINABLE MATERIAL NARRATIVES WITH MATERIAL PATHWAYS

Hasling, Karen Marie; Ræbild, Ulla // 2021
This paper introduces Material Pathways, a learning tool developed to strengthen awareness, initiate reflection and support discussion on the multifarious roles, materials can have within the design ...

CIRCLING ROUND CIRCULAR CHANGE

Østergaard, Thomas (1); Dan, Cristina (2) // 2021
In the EU a program for implementing a circular approach to the Lifestyle and Fashion Industry dealing with the resource challenges of the massive textile-production has been launched (EU 2020). ...

Der Einfluss der Fügetechnik auf die Konstruktion von Produkten für das Kreislaufwirtschaftssystem

Phillip Wallat, Armin Lohrengel // 2021
To transform the current economic system towards a circular economy it is necessary to design products accordingly. Many information regarding the suitability of those products are already in ...

DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF THE INTEGRATION OF SUSTAINABILITY IN AN ENGINEERING COURSE

Grimal, Lou; Gillot, Claudine; Reyes, Tatiana; Troussier, Nadège; Marty, Pauline; Brullot, Sabrina // 2021
Education on sustainability is one of the main stakes of our century. As engineers design technologies and participate actively to industrial activities, their education to design for sustainability ...

DESIGN AND CREATIVITY FOR DEVELOPING DIGITAL MATURITY SKILLS

Canina, Maria Rita; Bruno, Carmen // 2021
Design and engineer education urgently need to co-evolve with the human, technological and cultural evolution of the digital era we are facing. Indeed, digital transformation is changing people’s ...

DESIGN AND DOUBLE BIND COMMUNICATION IN PUBLIC SERVICES—THE MODEL OF LOGICAL PARADOXES

Blaasvaer, Linda (1); Gulden, Tore (2) // 2021
This article describes a cybernetic, systems analysis of double communication inherent in the relationship between clients and social workers. The study is oriented in the context of the Norwegian ...

DESIGN CONTRIBUTION TO CONSUMERS KNOWLEDGE REGARDING HEALTHIER AND MORE SUSTAINABLE NUTRITIONAL CHOICES AT THE GROCERY STORE

Juodziukynaite, Egle // 2021
Past technological and societal changes have affected the way food is promoted, sold and consumed. The number of products has been significantly increased and at the same time – the amount of ...

DESIGNERLY WAYS OF TRANSFORMING DESIGN EDUCATION: A REVIEW OF DESIGN CURRICULA REFORMS WORLDWIDE

Brosens, Lore (1,2); Raes, Annelies (3,4); Octavia, Johannna Renny (5); Emmanouil, Marina (1,2) // 2021
In recent years, the responsibilities of designers in industry have drastically shifted. One of these developments is that designers are increasingly growing into jobs where they need to facilitate ...

EMBEDDING CHANGEMAKER SKILLS AND SOCIAL INNOVATION INTO DESIGN STUDENT LEARNING

Schaber, Friedemann; Fakoussa, Rebecca; Redfern, Carys; Farrugia, Henrietta; Wright, Michael // 2021
Building on research on the interaction of business and design (Cox 2006), this paper discusses a casestudy of a UK based project to develop undergraduate students' future skills by collaborating on ...

GIGA-MAPPING AND KNOWLEDGE OF BOUNDARY OBJECT THEORY IN SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Kvam, Eva // 2021
New combinations of disciplines allow a better understanding of interconnected modern problems like sustainability. Expanding design education curriculum may improve a designer’s ability to deal with ...

HOW REMOTE/DISTANCE CLASS INSTRUCTION WHEN WORKING WITH INDUSTRY/INSTITUTIONAL PROJECT SPONSORS ON A STUDIO PROJECT CAN BE MANAGED TO PROVIDE A ROBUST EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE

Choi, Young Mi; Wilson, Wendell Gordon // 2021
This paper will examine how remote communication tools such as ‘BlueJeans’ or Microsoft ‘Teams’ can be employed in a studio project to enhance the undergraduate educational experience in the context ...

NEVER TAKE TEAMWORK FOR GRANTED! A TUTORSHIP EXPERIENCE ON SOFT-SKILLS

Mattioli, Francesca; Ferraris, Silvia // 2021
Collaborative design-based learning is widely employed within academic design education, being recognised as a valuable pedagogical approach historically rooted and yet well established within the ...

NEW MANUAL AND DIGITAL EXPLORATION IN SURFACE TEXTILE DESIGN: A SUPERUSER APPROCH IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Lyche, Wenche; Øverjordet, Pernille // 2021
Manual exploration versus digital exploration is now adays part of students learning processes and there is a growing need in society to understand the relationships between manually created surfaces ...

OLD WINE IN NEW BOTTLES – AN ALTERNATIVE DIDACTIC APPROACH TO TOOLS USED IN FASHION DESIGN

Bang, Anne Louise (1); Pilgaard Harsaae, Malene (2) // 2021
Design disciplines in general are challenged to foster alternative solutions towards a green transition of the industry. This naturally effects the design educations where the majority of curriculums ...

PRESERVATION AND PROMOTION OF INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE - A PARTICIPATORY DESIGN APPROACH

Salvesen, Line Blom; Keitsch, Martina // 2021
Recent research literature on intangible cultural heritage (ICH), conservation, and development increasingly acknowledges that ICH has meaning for multiple stakeholders and is served best by ...

RETHINKING AND ADAPTING APPROACHES TO EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY TO ADDRESS CULTURAL AND BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE AND CHALLENGES

Andrews, Deborah; Newton, Elizabeth J.; Lishman, Ben // 2021
Designers and engineers have developed many products, systems and services that have been socially, economically and environmentally beneficial. From the early 1930s however, many designers and ...

SELFCONFIDENCE & SELFEXPRESSION THROUGH SKETCHING - THE SIGNIFICANCE OF DRAWING IN “PRIMARY EDUCATION” & THE NEXT GENERATION OF ENGINEERING

Wachs, Marina-Elena // 2021
The value of cultural practice in design engineering education begins at the age of kindergarten – a playful cultural education. Sketching means self-expression and self-consciousness, in regards of ...

STUDENTS PREPAREDNESS TOWARDS WRITING A BACHELOR THESIS; A SURVEY-BASED INVESTIGATION

Heimdal, Anette (1); Svennevig, Paul (1); Norheim, Thomas (2) // 2021
This paper investigates how the students perceive their preparedness when they start writing their bachelor thesis. Students at the University of Agder (UiA) will, in their first semester, receive ...

THE DESIGN OF A MORE SUSTAINABLE TRAVELLING EXHIBITION

Biedermann, Anna; Santolaya Sáenz, José Luis; Muñoz López, Natalia; López Canellas, Ana // 2021
Design and engineering education requires continuous adaptation to the existing environmental and societal challenges. The design of sustainable and socio-ethical new solutions that involve not only ...

THE ONLINE PBL (PROJECT-BASED LEARNING) EDUCATION SYSTEM USING AI (ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE)

Ito, Takao (1); Tanaka, Mikiko Sode (2); Shin, Masako (1); Miyazaki, Keisuke (1) // 2021
The importance of problem-based learning and project-based learning (both abbreviated to PBL) is perceived in engineering education and in addressing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). PBL ...

UNDERSTANDING AESTHETICS IN DESIGN EDUCATION

Egan, Anna // 2021
One of the more pressing issues that the product design profession faces today, is that of sustainability. Within design education this is mainly addressed with a focus on the three r`s, recycling, ...

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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