Design Dependencies Visualisation Tool - initial alpha release


Bonvoisin, J., Buchert, T., 2018. Design Dependencies Visualisation Tool - initial alpha release. University of Bath. https://doi.org/10.15125/BATH-00518.


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Heuristics play a great role in design creativity and learning. There is generally no systematic method designers can be provided with in order to derive optimal design solutions. In other words, it is neither possible to list all solutions to a given problem nor to prove the absolute superiority of a given solution. However, guidance can be provided to designers in the form of heuristics, i.e. set of solutions validated by practice, which have proven to lead towards satisfactory solutions, but which are not guaranteed to be optimal or perfect. Heuristics express a supposed causal relation between two design parameters. For example, in the context of automobile development, “overall weight” has a direct relation with “energy consumption in use.” This tool allows displaying the network built by all causal relations between design parameters. It provides an environment to explore and navigate in this network in order to support creativity in design.

Title: Design Dependencies Visualisation Tool - initial alpha release
Keywords: Design for X, DfX, deisgn heuristics, design guidelines, design principles
Subjects: Design > Design Processes
Design > Product Design
Information and communication technologies > Information and Knowledge Management
Mechanical engineering > Design and Testing Technology
Departments: Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15125/BATH-00518
URI: https://researchdata.bath.ac.uk/id/eprint/518
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