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Proceedings of the DESIGN 2018 15th International Design Conference (Volume 3 - Design Methods)

Proceedings of the DESIGN 2018 15th International Design Conference (Volume 3 - Design Methods), Zagreb, Glasgow: Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje, The Design Society, 2018 (zbornik) doi:10.21278/idc

Proceedings of the DESIGN 2018 15th International Design Conference (Volume 3 - Design Methods)

Marjanović, Dorian ; Štorga, Mario ; Škec, Stanko ; Bojčetić, Nenad ; Pavković, Neven

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija knjige
Uredničke knjige, zbornik, znanstvena

Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje, The Design Society

Zagreb, Glasgow




Ključne riječi
Design organisation and management ; design processes ; design support tools ; engineering design practice ; design methods ; design theory and researsh methods ; industrial design ; design information and knowledge ; systems engineering and design ; human behaviour and design ; sociotechnical issues in design ; design education

The Information Era has reached a tipping point, a moment where digital technologies have irreversibly permeated all facets of products and society, with design as the linchpin of this change. After a century of design research, pluralism and imagination define the way of thinking and the way forward. Design encapsulates the knowledge within and across disciplines, with overlapping theories and models of design. The DESIGN Conference proceedings present an essential collection of design research as a broad, multidisciplinary area that evolved from a consolidation of problem-solving methodologies and became a scientific domain in itself. Design research redefines the processes, the products and our behaviour in a whole host of applications, ranging from simple one-time-use products to complex systems-of-systems, services and the society at large. The move towards new business models like PSS, the trend to sharing products and the new, innovative products redefine users’ behaviour on an individual level, but the interconnectedness of products and society imbues this process with a greater social impact than ever before. At the same time, the speed of change and turnover, never before seen in production processes, makes design research more demanding and broader than ever. Data Analytics and the Internet of Things allow for a dialogue between designer, production and users in real time. Advances in AI research and progress in additive manufacturing present the design process and design research with new challenges. In response, design research is becoming not only more fundamental, but also more applicable. Within this dichotomy lie the keys to reshaping our presence and charting a path to our future. The design research presented at the DESIGN 2018 conference reflects predominantly the interests and experiences of design researchers and practitioners connected with academia. The papers presented epitomise the current state-of-the- art in design research. In places, they also re-examine questions that have been discussed before but in new contexts. And some of the papers readdress those questions that have been answered only partially. Understanding that design cannot, in all its complexity, be modelled or formally designated within one autonomous theory or model, the research results presented will be subjected to constant examination and redefinition. Through papers selected for the DESIGN conference, the authors strive to improve design projects and processes with new methods, practices, competencies, information and communication technologies. A question that permeates all the work selected is how the changing landscape of production and product use influences engineering design methodologies and tools, both in practice and in the science of design. The programme of DESIGN 2018 is the result of a joint effort between authors, Programme Chairs, Organising team, and the reviewers in the Scientific Advisory Board. This year, Professor John Clarkson from the University of Cambridge joined the Programme Chairs, sharing his knowledge and expertise. We would like to express our gratitude to all the authors who have submitted their papers and all the reviewers who have helped Programme Chairs to select the submitted research reports to ensure an outstanding conference experience for all the participants. A special thank you goes to all authors and Session Chairs, who will make this experience possible. The DESIGN 2018 proceedings are structured in six virtual volumes, according to research topics. Design theory and research methods and Design support tools are clustered in the first volume. The next two volumes, with potential for practical impact, cover research in Design organisation and management, Design processes, Design practice and Design methods. Design information and knowledge and Innovation are the topics of the fourth volume. Research in Human behaviour in design, Industrial design and Design education are collected in the fifth volume while the Sociotechnical issues in design and System engineering design topics complete the six-volume DESIGN 2018 proceedings. Social sciences provide us with the notion of a ‘tipping point’ as a moment at which a series of small changes or incidents become significant enough to cause a larger, more important change. DESIGN 2018 aims to provide participants with a series of insights into design research and practice that will help them navigate and shape the tipping point of the information age.

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Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje, Zagreb

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  • Web of Science Core Collection (WoSCC)
    • Book Citation Index - Science (BKCI-S)
  • Scopus