Imageaufbau durch Produktdesign: Eine empirische Studie am Beispiel Automobildesign: Andreas Ufelmann
Applying computational intelligence for product design is a fast-growing and promising research area in computer sciences and industrial engineering. However, there is currently a lack of books, which discuss this research area. This book discusses a wide range of computational intelligence techniques for implementation on product design. It covers common issues on product design from identification of customer requirements in product design, determination of importance of customer requirements, determination of optimal design attributes, relating design attributes and customer satisfaction, integration of marketing aspects into product design, affective product design, to quality control of new products. Approaches for refinement of computational intelligence are discussed, in order to address different issues on product design. Cases studies of product design in terms of development of real-world new products are included, in order to illustrate the design procedures, as well as the effectiveness of the computational intelligence based approaches to product design. This book covers the state-of-art of computational intelligence methods for product design, which provides a clear picture to post-graduate students in industrial engineering and computer science. It is particularly suitable for researchers and professionals working on computational intelligence for product design. It provides concepts, techniques and methodologies, for product designers in applying computational intelligence to deal with product design.
This book provides the reader with a comprehensive, relevant, and visually rich insight into the world of research methods specifically aimed at product designers. It includes practical case studies and tutorials that will inform, inspire, and help you to conduct product design research better. Product designers need a comprehensive understanding of research methods as their day-to-day work routinely involves them observing people, asking questions, searching for information, making and testing ideas, and ultimately generating ´solutions´ to ´problems´. Manifest in the design process is the act of research. Huge technological advances in information, computing, and manufacturing processes also offer enormous opportunities to product designers such as the development of ´´intelligent´´ products and services, but at the same time raise important research questions that need to be dealt with. Product designers are, in many ways, best placed to address these challenges because of the manner in which they apply their design thinking to problems.
Product Design Now: Renderings, the exciting follow-up to the highly successful Product Design Now, looks at the best-designed products since the last edition, with an emphasis on electronics and digital devices. In Product Design Now: Renderings every product featured includes the designers original sketches. This new edition to the acclaimed series is perfect for design students and teachers; experienced designers looking to keep up with the latest product designs and most successful product design strategies; and consumers interested in the most contemporary, functional, and attractive product designs today, particularly in the fields of electronic and digital products.
Untersuchung der Rolle von Produktdesignern als Promotoren in Innovationsprojekten: Johann Debicki
- A global survey of 100 of the world´s most exciting and important young product designers, as selected by 10 renowned design expers - Follow-up to the highly successful Spoon, this book presents the innovations and developments in the design world since Sooon´s publication - Also included are 10 Curator´s Choices, a selection of designs that have made a lasting and significant impact - Each designer´s work is represented by a striking selection of colour images and is accompanied by a commentary written by the curator who selected them - Essential for product designers, students and design enthusiasts, as well as anyone looking for a comprehensive reference book on the world´s best young designers and their work
Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Technischen Produktdesigner und zur Technischen Produktdesignerin sowie zum Technischen Systemplaner und zur Technischen Systemplanerin: ohne Autor
Produktdesign in der chemischen Industrie:Schnelle Umsetzung kundenspezifischer Lösungen VDI-Karriere. 2007. Auflage Wilfried Rähse
Product design is characterized by a steady increase in complexity. The main focus of this book is a structural approach on complexity management. This means, system structures are considered in order to address the challenge of complexity in all aspects of product design. Structures arise from the complex dependencies of system elements. Thus, the identification of system structures provides access to the understanding of system behavior in practical applications. The book presents a methodology that enables the analysis, control and optimization of complex structures, and the applicability of domain-spanning problems. The methodology allows significant improvements on handling system complexity by creating improved system understanding on the one hand and optimizing product design that is robust for system adaptations on the other hand. Developers can thereby enhance project coordination and improve communication between team members and as a result shorten development time. The practical application of the methodology is described by means of two detailed examples.
Datensätze für Einzelteile und Baugruppen nach technischen Vorgaben und eigenen Entwürfen erstellen (Unterweisung technischer Produktdesigner): Martin Hoos
Wirkungen des Produktdesigns:Analyse und Messung am Beispiel Automobildesign. 2003. Auflage Thomas C. Kohler
A unique and fascinating history of unsuccessful computer design over the years, combining previously unpublished images of intriguing computer prototypes with untold accounts of their failure to reach the market. In full-colour throughout, this will appeal to both a general audience and more specialist designers, as well as computer historians.