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This book also uses the lessons from the successes and failures of examples of these consumer products to draw out practical guidelines for designers, engineers, marketers and managers on how to become more effective at product development, ...

Author: Robin Roy

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317516859

Category: Architecture

Page: 212

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Consumer Product Innovation and Sustainable Design follows the innovation and evolution of consumer products from vacuum cleaners to mobile phones from their original inventions to the present day. It discusses how environmental concerns and legislation have influenced their design and the profound effects these products have had on society and culture. This book also uses the lessons from the successes and failures of examples of these consumer products to draw out practical guidelines for designers, engineers, marketers and managers on how to become more effective at product development, innovation and designing for environmental sustainability.
2015-10-23 By Robin Roy

Implementing sustainable manufacturing principles and practices leads to innovation and sustainable value creation at product, process and system levels. In recent years, with the exponential growth in sustainable manufacturing research ...

Author: Giampaolo Campana

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319570785

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 932

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This volume includes papers presented at the 4th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (SDM-17) held in Bologna, Italy, in April 2017. The conference covered a wide range of topics from cutting-edge sustainable product design and service innovation, sustainable processes and technology for the manufacturing of sustainable products, sustainable manufacturing systems and enterprises, decision support for sustainability, and the study of the societal impact of sustainability including research for circular economy. Application areas are wide and varied, and the book provides an excellent overview of the latest research and development in the area of Sustainable Design and Manufacturing.
2017-04-25 By Giampaolo Campana

For an understanding of interaction design read Richard Harper and Tom Rodden's Being Human: Human Computer ... 2012); and Robin Roy's Consumer Product Innovation and Sustainable Design: The Evolution and Impacts of Successful Products ...

Author: Penny Sparke

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351023283

Category: Design

Page: 380

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An Introduction to Design and Culture provides a comprehensive guide to the changing relationships between design and culture from 1900 to the present day with an emphasis on five main themes: Design and consumption Design and technology The design profession Design theory Design and identities This fourth edition extends the traditional definition of design as covering product design, furniture design, interior design, fashion design and graphic design to embrace its more recent manifestations, which include service design, user-interface design, co-design, and sustainable design, among others. It also discusses the relationship between design and the new media and the effect of globalisation on design. Taking a broadly chronological approach, Professor Sparke employs historical methods to show how these themes developed through the twentieth century and into the twenty-first century and played a role within modernism, postmodernism and beyond. Over a hundred illustrations are used throughout to demonstrate the breadth of design and examples – among them design in Modern China, the work of Apple Computers Ltd., and design thinking – are used to elaborate key ideas. The new edition remains essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students of design studies, cultural studies and visual arts.
2019-10-01 By Penny Sparke

When these touch screen smartphones were launched for the first time, they were radical innovations. Another consumer good related to useroriented design are fitness trackers. Fitness trackers, like the Apple watch, can now fit around ...

Author: Anshu Saxena Arora

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030304218

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 154

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In today’s ever-changing global world, there is a permanent need for anticipating new and evolving customer needs, resource supply constraints, and dynamically changing employee expectations. Sustainable innovation applies to products, services, and technologies as well as new business and organization models. This book provides insights into sustainable innovation trends in various marketing- and management-related fields. Authors critically investigate, amongst others, the sustainability impact of disruptive product design and innovative collaboration solutions within buyer-supplier relationships, along with innovative organizational processes to promote sustainable well-being-productivity synergy in a VUCA world. This volume is a uniquely positioned contribution of interrelated research articles on the sustainability-driven innovation needed for organizational health and future viability.
2019-11-25 By Anshu Saxena Arora

Therefore, with The Power of Design we intend to fill a void in existing literature at the intersection of innovation processes, sustainable energy technologies, product development, and user behavior. As such, we aim to offer a unique ...

Author: Angèle H. Reinders

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118308677

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 331

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"Unique in linking sustainable energy technologies with innovation and product design, this book offers clear explanation of both and case studies enabling readers to understand and design energy-efficient products in several different markets.The book integrates the subject areas that are necessary for the design of sustainable and energy-efficient products based on sustainable energy technologies. The theory provided is illustrated by cases of design projects and concepts in practice. With the book's methodological approach, the reader is able to apply the information and examples in their research projects or product design processes.This book fills a void in existing literature at the intersection of innovation processes, sustainable energy technologies, energy demand reduction, product development, and user behaviour, which requires an integrated view on the development of sustainable energy solutions. As such, the editors offer a unique publication in "product innovation in sustainable energy technologies and energy-efficiency" that corresponds to the growing interest in the field"--
2012-11-28 By Angèle H. Reinders

The book begins by summarising the historical and current issues of the environmental debate in the context of sustainable product development, highlighting the benefits gained from considering the impact on the environment and issues of ...

Author: Tracy Bhamra

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781317152354

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 202

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Design for Sustainability is a practical approach to design which focuses on the challenges and issues faced by those designing consumer products in the 21st Century. It is written from a design perspective and aimed at both professional and student industrial and product designers, and those involved in managing design. The book begins by summarising the historical and current issues of the environmental debate in the context of sustainable product development, highlighting the benefits gained from considering the impact on the environment and issues of sustainability when designing. The authors answer the questions: What is sustainable product development and why is it important? What are the main drivers of sustainable product development? They explain how design can help to control human impact on the environment by not only minimising pollution, waste, energy use and use of scarce resources, but also by thinking outside the box to create systems and services that can reduce the number of products manufactured. The aim is to put sustainable development within a commercial context and introduce a new focus for design. Design for Sustainability outlines and assesses the methods, tools and techniques available to designers, both for design innovation and design improvement. A wide range of case studies are presented across a number of product sectors including electrical goods, IT and furniture. Initially they demonstrate product improvement and redesign, examples include those that reduce waste, pollution and energy consumption, designing for recycling and reuse of parts. Further examples are then provided exemplifying the more radical approach of system and service design. The final section takes the reader through a whole sustainable design project from start to finish, from brief to manufacture. References and sources of information are also included.
2016-04-22 By Tracy Bhamra

Sustainable.design. goes.one.step.further.and.integrates.social.and.ethical.aspects.of.the.product's.life.cycle..These.three. approaches.form.the.link.between.production.and.consumption.and.therefore.have.pivotal.roles.to. play.

Author: Waldemar Karwowski

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781420046281

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 511

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Every day we interact with thousands of consumer products. We not only expect them to perform their functions safely, reliably, and efficiently, but also to do it so seamlessly that we don’t even think about it. However, with the many factors involved in consumer product design, from the application of human factors and ergonomics principles to reducing risks of malfunction and the total life cycle cost, well, the process just seems to get more complex. Edited by well-known and well-respected experts, the two-volumes of Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics in Consumer Product Design simplify this process. The first volume, Human Factors and Ergonomics in Consumer Product Design: Methods and Techniques, outlines the how to incorporate Human Factors and Ergonomics (HF/E) principles and knowledge into the design of consumer products in a variety of applications. It discusses the user-centered design process, starting with how mental workload affects every day interactions with consumer products and what lessons may be applied to product design. The book then highlights the ever-increasing role of information technology, including digital imaging, video and other media, and virtual reality applications in consumer product design. It also explores user-centered aspect of consumer product development with discussions of user-centered vs. task-based approach, articulation and assessment of user requirements and needs, interaction with design models, and eco design. With contributions from a team of researchers from 21 countries, the book covers the current state of the art methods and techniques of product ergonomics. It provides an increased knowledge of how to apply the HF/E principles that ultimately leads to better product design.
2011-06-22 By Waldemar Karwowski

3.4 Designs for healthy everyday living This group incorporates those in the “consumer products”, “household”, “residential”, “home living”, “kitchen” and “personal” categories in the three awards. x Products which provide a healthy and ...

Author: Mitsutaka Matsumoto

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400730106

Category: Science

Page: 1195

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Since the first EcoDesign International Symposium held in 1999, this symposium has led the research and practices of environmentally conscious design of products, services, manufacturing systems, supply chain, consumption, as well as economics and society. EcoDesign 2011 - the 7th International Symposium on Environmentally Conscious Design and Inverse Manufacturing - was successfully held in the Japanese old capital city of Kyoto, on November 30th – December 2nd, 2011. The subtitle of EcoDesign 2011 is to “design for value innovation towards sustainable society.” During this event, presenters discussed the way to achieve both drastic environmental consciousness and value innovation in order to realise a sustainable society.
2012-04-03 By Mitsutaka Matsumoto

Elies Dekoninck and Edward W. A. Elias CONTENTS 28.1 Introducing Eco-design. ... In markets where consumers are particularly aware of the environmental impact of the product, eco-design can be a competitive advantage and major sales ...

Author: Waldemar Karwowski

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781420046236

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1040

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A comprehensive resource, this handbook covers consumer product research, case study, and application. It discusses the unique perspective a human factors approach lends to product design and how this perspective can be critical to success in the market place. Divided into two volumes, the handbook includes introductory and summary chapters on case study design, design methods and process, error and hazards, evaluation methods, focus groups, and more. It discusses white goods, entertainment systems, personnel audio devices, mobile phones, gardening products, computer systems, and leisure goods.
2020-05-18 By Waldemar Karwowski

Places Goals Fully integrate sustainable design solutions into our product innovation processes Reduce our impacts on climate and ... Increase recyclability of our consumer product packaging to 90+% in Key 1 Markets through design for ...

Author: Al Iannuzzi

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781351858328

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 250

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Written by a renowned sustainability expert, Greener Products: The Making and Marketing of Sustainable Brands, Second Edition makes the case for why the people and the planet need products to be made in a different, more sustainable way. The growth of the global middle class, with an additional 3 billion people expected to enter the consumer market by 2030, is putting an unprecedented demand on resources and straining the global supply of raw materials, fossil fuels, food and water. This book provides insights on how to raise the bar on product development and investigates the best practices for making and marketing sustainable brands. Over 40 case studies are analyzed in this book and summarized for the reader to easily see what it is that makes leading companies successful. Analysis on marketing campaigns and greener product development range from leading companies like Apple, Nike, Samsung Electronics, BASF, GE, Johnson & Johnson, Unilever, and Method. New updated content in this second edition includes: New developments like the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals with concepts of biomimicry, circular economy, emerging issues management, and eco-innovation. Novel tools and examples for bringing sustainable products to market. New chapter dedicated to natural capital. Analysis of current green marketing methods and market trends. Best practices for making and marketing sustainable brands. For more information, visit the author's book website at www.greenerproducts.biz.
2017-08-03 By Al Iannuzzi