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Investigating collaboration between industrial designers and engineering designers: A Singapore Context
(International Conference on Manufacturing Automation 2007, 2007-05-28)
In the competitive commercial environment, ‘time to market’ is a key issue. Global markets demand well-designed products of high quality with best possible prices and short lead times. To facilitate this, manufacturers ...
Them and Us?: Exploring the collaboration between Industrial Designers and Engineering Designers
(Industrial Designers Society of America International Education Symposium 2007, 2007-10-17)
In the global marketplace, it is essential that well-designed products are produced within the shortest possible lead times. Manufacturers must therefore endeavor to utilize best practice for the efficient control and ...
Investigating collaboration between industrial designers and engineering designers
(Loughborough University, 2006)
A Taxonomic Classification of Visual Design Representations Used by Industrial Designers and Engineering Designers
(The Design Journal, 2011)
In the context of new product development (NPD), research has shown that not having a common understanding of visual design representations (VDRs) has affected collaboration between industrial designers and engineering ...
Development of a tool for building shared representations among industrial designers and engineering designers
(Taylor & Francis, 2010)
Previous studies have demonstrated the importance of multi-disciplinary collaboration in New Product Development (NPD). As such, interactions between industrial designers and engineering designers have become increasingly ...
Local or Global? Approaches for New Product Development in Low Income Countries
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-07-12)
To increase opportunity and quality of life for people living in poverty, governments and non-government organizations (NGOs) sell products to low-income countries. These are typically products that can make fundamental ...