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A proposal for an ergonomic redesign for a mixer Mondial B-02

Adilson J. Silva Junior, Bruno Barros
2012 Work : A journal of Prevention, Assesment and rehabilitation  
The study enabled the identification of several potential risks and proposed biomechanical ergonomic solutions for each.  ...  Finally, it was possible to redesign the handle of the mixer, making it suitable form and human use.  ...  As an object of study was selected Mixer B-02 brand Mondial. The Mixer is a household appliance, used to beat mechanically ingredients or mixtures of cooking recipes.  ... 
doi:10.3233/wor-2012-0892-5594 fatcat:bx7vnzcdyfe67hrsmvdsil7lwu

Proposal of digital interface for the system of the air conditioner's remote control: analysis of the system of feedback

Raisa da Silva de Queiroz Pierre, Tarô Arthur Tavares Kawada, André Guimarães Fontes
2012 Work : A journal of Prevention, Assesment and rehabilitation  
Develop a proposal of digital interface for the system of the remote control, that functions as support system during the manipulation of air conditioner adjusted for the users in general, from ergonomic  ...  Linear Method consists of a sequence of steps in which the input of one of them depends on the output from the previous one, although they are independent.  ...  Methodology The methodology to be used for this intervention, in proposing improvements in the interface of the air conditioner's remote control, focuses on the concepts of ergonomics through human-machine  ... 
doi:10.3233/wor-2012-0921-5689 fatcat:uenzri2fbfe4hi2vqhgvhbmolu

New Ways of Working: A Proposed Framework and Literature Review [chapter]

Merle Blok, Liesbeth Groenesteijn, Christiaan van den Berg, Peter Vink
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This article is aimed to provide an overview of the available knowledge of the effects of the new way of working concept through scientific research and by developing a clearly defined framework.  ...  The new way of working consists of a large variety of measures enabling flexibility in time and place Expectations are often high: those who embrace such innovations aim to reduce operating costs and create  ...  New Ways of Working: A Proposed Framework and Literature Review  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21716-6_1 fatcat:uiwy2thbi5abde5xt2cgmkm4um

Diagnosis and proposals for tables adapted to wheelchair users: a case study on usability in a childhood and teenage care institution

Juliana Maria Moreira Soares, Andrea Regina Martins Fontes, Cleyton Fernandes Ferrarini, Miguel Ángel Aires Borrás
2015 Product Management & Development  
a medium-sized Brazilian city.  ...  This article aims to evaluate a table design adaptable for wheelchair users.  ...  A new table design was suggested based on the proposed changes, aiming towards better ergonomic suitability as a Table 2 .  ... 
doi:10.4322/pmd.2015.011 fatcat:qqxaoiqu2vfjtdslxbkbexvglq

Language Brokering: Stimulating Creativity during the Concept Development Phase

Claudio Dell'Era, Tommaso Buganza, Camilla Fecchio, Roberto Verganti
2011 Creativity and Innovation Management  
We present results from a student application of this methodology in the development of a new product-service system for Aquarius (a brand of the Coca-Cola Group) for two target demographics: "desperate  ...  To improve product styling and ergonomics, a growing number of companies are exploring new ways to involve design consultants in their innovation processes.  ...  Karjalainen (2001 and 2007) interprets metaphor as a tool for brand/product identity analysis and argues that metaphorical connections can be created between existing brands (or products) from totally  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8691.2010.00584.x fatcat:bybgje5w5nabpoxflj2i4aftgq

Linguistic support for concept selection decisions

2007 Artificial intelligence for engineering design, analysis and manufacturing  
Affective Engineering is increasingly being used to describe a systematic approach to the analysis of consumer reactions to candidate designs.  ...  The method includes a semantic differential experiment rating candidate designs against bipolar adjectives (e.g. attractive-not attractive, traditional-not can be gained by the new approach in comparison  ...  Each member of the function-package-brand triad produces a list of several (usually 5-15) concepts, not all of which are immediately useful for a list of seed words, as some of them can be specialised  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0890060407070187 fatcat:yvnndy3bgvhnpesl6petwt5jui


Leila Denmamode, School of Innovative Technologies and Engineering, Department of Creative Arts, Film and Media Technologies, University of Technology, Mauritius, La Tour Koenig, Mauritius
2021 MATTER International Journal of Science and Technology  
The present research proposed a new concept named Interactive Appearance to enhance the product experience during online shopping activity.  ...  The study adopts theories involving website design, packaging design, and multisensory design to construct a new concept intended to empower product display at phases of adding to cart and placing order  ...  Case study using Interactive Appearance concept Packaging Key Traits Product Packaging Ergonomic form Cuboid, easy to handle, familiar form Horizontal orientation layout Product identity and brand  ... 
doi:10.20319/mijst.2021.72.1032 fatcat:ijavhd2b6nfnpk2t7za4kbb2yi

A Proposal for an Integrated Methodological and Scientific Approach to Cost Used Forestry Machines

Dalia Abbas, Fulvio Di Fulvio, Enrico Marchi, Raffaele Spinelli, Mike Schmidt, Ted Bilek, Han Sup-Han
2020 Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering  
The outcome of the expert and literature analysis in this paper demonstrates that a broader understanding of the cost of a used machine is required and doable.  ...  This paper offers a conceptual analysis of the unaccounted-for cost of owning and operating used machines from an operational, financial and market perspective.  ...  The proposed costing concept requires the collection of the following data for the used machines cost assessments: Þ a value set for the operational value and reliability of a machine Þ as much as possible  ... 
doi:10.5552/crojfe.2021.849 fatcat:nj4yp6o74zc3lilaplqw4rl6wu

An Analysis of the Design Concept Presenting "Humanistic Spirit"

Ke Li
2012 Asian Social Science  
This article conveys to the readers the idea of the author on how to present the design concept of "humanistic spirit" through a "simple but profound" manifestation mode and proposes the "human center"  ...  Therefore, the design concept that embodies "humanistic spirit" will become a design theme of the information society and will more and more penetrate into the living space of human kind.  ...  The sensible design emphasized by the information times on the basis of human ergonomics bid farewell to the mode in which one kind of commodity has to satisfy demands of a variety of people within a certain  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v8n12p243 fatcat:x6xldclf6renro7n2dmc5p47wy

Intercultural and linguistic competences for engineering ESP classes: A didactic framework proposal through problem‐based learning

Laura Victoria Fielden Burns, Mercedes Rico García
2021 International Journal of Applied Linguistics  
In light of this, our paper firstly aims to pilot a problem-based learning (PBL) proposal around a cultural critical incident for design engineers to develop intercultural and linguistic competences in  ...  Global competencies are crucial for societies to progress in a changing world.  ...  -"Thus, the methodology used" -"Furthermore" Good use of markers to add information or indicate consequence. However, no sequencing markers were used, which was taught in workshop.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ijal.12370 fatcat:3ikpwvsax5cwdezxxe6sx5da4a


Triyadi Guntur Wiratmo, Banung Grahita, Riama Maslan, Fadillah Fadillah, Dianing Ratri
2021 ANDHARUPA Jurnal Desain Komunikasi Visual & Multimedia  
Kata Kunci: yuruchara, desain maskot, desain karakter, city branding, metode desain Abstract The utilization of a mascot called "Yuru-chara" for place branding is a common practice in Japan.  ...  In recent years, cities in Indonesia such as Surabaya, Malang, and Balikpapan have tried to use mascots in their city branding. Nevertheless, most of the mascots are not well-received by the public.  ...  Usefulness By following the framework, designer should be able to create a mascot design that is useful for city branding.  ... 
doi:10.33633/andharupa.v7i01.4379 doaj:eb07966e53234c19904453e2fb756053 fatcat:5uyp6wxdvrf4rajfxgbfrvwapu

Two-Lenses Model to Unfold Sustainability Innovations: A Tool Proposal from Sustainable Business Model and Performance Constructs

Sandra Naomi Morioka, Maria Holgado, Steve Evans, Marly M. Carvalho, Paulo Rotella Junior, Ivan Bolis
2022 Sustainability  
The main objective of this article is to propose and apply a tool to identify sustainable innovation opportunities through a structured brainstorming process while providing a systemic business perspective  ...  The first phase consisted of a critical analysis of literature that enabled the proposition of the Two-Lenses Model (2LM) for sustainability innovation.  ...  The proposed sequence to apply 2LM initiates with the definition of the participants and the unit of analysis (Part A).  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14010556 fatcat:ctdgd4of2jhepdh25ueguhhgy4

Resonance testing: an industry approach for experiential concept evaluation

Lassi A. Liikkanen, Heather Reavey
2015 International Journal of Product Development  
It is a nimble method used and developed in industry to ensure that desired properties of design are communicated to the user through the design.  ...  This paper describes a professional practice in user-centred product concept design that is embedded in a method called resonance testing.  ...  Author LAL was working as a visiting scholar at Stanford University H-STAR centre and the Department of Communications while preparing this paper and is indebted to the inspiring and hospitable environment  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijpd.2015.071396 fatcat:ja6moxrcjvhj5pvkfur7bahtlu

Digital information support for concept design

Andrew Wodehouse, William Ion
2010 CoDesign - International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts  
This paper addresses the issues of presenting such information in a digital form for effective use, exploring digital libraries and groupware as relevant literature areas, and argues that improved integration  ...  In light of this, new models of interaction to increase information use are explored.  ...  Digital Libraries in the Classroom programme (JISC 2008) and led by DMEM at the University of Strathclyde, UK and the Centre for Design Research (CDR) at Stanford University, US.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15710880903393100 fatcat:pwvnjl3zrjduhlm6xhex2xl6na

Exploring smart handbag concepts through co-design

Minna Pakanen, Tuomas Lappalainen, Paula Roinesalo, Jonna Häkkilä
2016 Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia - MUM '16  
The holistic user experience consists of a utilitarian and hedonic side [13] .  ...  This research has been supported by a grant from Tekes -the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation as part of 'The Naked Approach -A World without Gadgets' programme.  ...  Using wearable displays in a use context of sports is considered by Mauriello et al. [20] for placing information display on the running shirt. Jarusriboonchai et al.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3012709.3012741 dblp:conf/mum/PakanenLRH16 fatcat:ntp2azlk4fd7nhwufyet4vdrjq
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