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Session Overview
Date: Friday, 28/Aug/2020
10:25am
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10:30am
Opening Day 3: Opening
Location: Online (Time GMT+1)
Chair: Georgi V. Georgiev
10:30am
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11:00am
SIG Meeting: SIG Design Creativity
Location: Online
Chair: Yukari Nagai
11:00am
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11:05am
Break
11:05am
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11:35am
Live presentation: Fab Lab Oulu
Location: Online
Chair: Ivan Sanchez Milara
11:35am
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12:35pm
Podium 6: User-centred Design Creativity
Location: Online
Chair: Ian Gwilt
 

Facilitating design for the unknown: An inclusive innovation design journey with a San community in the Kalahari Desert

Heike Winschiers-Theophilus1, Veera Virmasalo2, Marly Samuel1, Brit Stichel3, Helena Afrikaner1

1: NUST, Namibia; 2: Malmö University; 3: Flensburg University of Applied Sciences



Value conflict, convergence and evolution – values shaping cross-disciplinary design

Netta Iivari

University of Oulu, Finland



DESIGN FOR ONE: PERSONALISATION AND EXPERIENCES OF DESIGN RESEARCHERS AND PARTICIPANTS

M.C. den Haan, R.G.A. Brankaert, Y. Lu

University of Technology Eindhoven, Netherlands, The



Empathy and Idea Generation: Exploring the Design of a Virtual Reality Controller for Rehabilitation Purposes

Yazan A M Barhoush1, Georgi V Georgiev1, Brian Loudon2

1: Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu, Finland; 2: Loud1Design, Glasgow, UK

12:35pm
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12:45pm
Break
12:45pm
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1:20pm
Short 4: Applied Design Creativity
Location: Online
Chair: Yuri Borgianni
 

The effects of customers' cultural values on their perceptions of lodging service quality: A comparative analysis of customers at traditional Japanese inns

Nguyen PB Chau

Hitotsubashi University, Japan



Analysing Divergent-Convergent Activities in the Architectural Studio, with the aid of the 'Knowledge Construction Activities' model

Hadas Sopher

Technion, Israel



Relationship between design thinking and personality traits

Rui Mao1, Yuichi Washida2, Nanami Furue3

1: Hitotsubashi University, Japan; 2: Hitotsubashi University, Japan; 3: Tokyo University of Science, Japan



A Statistical Analysis for the Car Key Fob Crowdsourced Design Evaluation Results based on the cDesign Framework

Hao Wu1, Jonathan Corney2, Jing Gan1

1: Sichuan University, China, People's Republic of; 2: University of Strathclyde, UK

1:20pm
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2:20pm
Podium 7: Design Creativity in Education
Location: Online
Chair: Sara Jones
 

A Renewed Understanding of Creativity is Paramount prior to Introducing Students to a Life Design Attitude

Kirsten Bonde Sørensen

Danish School of Media and Journalism, Denmark



Self-assessment of creative performance with a learning-by-doing approach: getting familiar with Novelty, Quality, Quantity and Variety

Niccolò Becattini1, Tiziano Montecchi2, Christopher Nikulin2, Gaetano Cascini1

1: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2: Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile



Semantic measures in design conversations as predictors of creative outcomes in design education

Georgi V. Georgiev1, Hernan Casakin2

1: Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu, Finland; 2: School of Architecture, Ariel University, Israel



Too many attributes!: Diminishing the cognitive load of metaphor generation for product design

Alejandra Beghelli1, Pablo Prieto2

1: Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Goldsmiths, University of London; 2: Engineering Design Department, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María

2:20pm
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2:30pm
Break
2:30pm
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2:55pm
Short 5: Case Studies of Design Creativity
Location: Online
Chair: Hadas Sopher
 

A Topological Variation-Oriented Approach for Enhancing Creativity in Product Design Education

Fei FEI1, Yukari Nagai2, Yang YU2,1

1: Dalian Polytechnic University, China, People's Republic of; 2: Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology



A Framework to Analyse Digital Fabrication Projects: The Role of Design Creativity

Sohail Ahmed Soomro, Georgi V. Georgiev

Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu, Finland



Necessity of key stakeholder-based role-plays for NPD projects -- A case study for a project team of Non-Industrial Robotics in Japan

XIANG YU, JIAWEI GAO, YUICHI WASHIDA

Business School/ Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan

2:55pm
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3:10pm
Closing: Closing
Location: Online
Chair: Georgi V. Georgiev
3:10pm
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3:25pm
Announcement: Announcement
Location: Online
Chair: Georgi V. Georgiev

 
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