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Cash, Philip (author), Daalhuizen, Jaap (author), Hekkert, P.P.M. (author)
The increasingly transdisciplinary context of design, where designers collaborate with other disciplinary and domain experts, means there is a growing need to evidence the effectiveness of design methods. We address this need in two ways. First, we propose a ‘chain of evidence’, from motivation to claims, operationalising this in a systematic...
journal article 2023
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Cash, Philip (author), Gonçalves, M. (author), Dorst, Kees (author)
Designers often face situations where the only way forward is through the exploration of possibilities. However, there is a critical disconnect between understanding of how designer's think and act in such situations. We address this disconnect by proposing and testing (via protocol analysis) the cognitive co-evolution model. Our model...
journal article 2023
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Gonçalves, M. (author), Cash, Philip (author)
Ideation is simultaneously one of the most investigated and most intriguing aspects of design. The reasons for this attention are partly due to its importance in design and innovation, and partly due to an array of conflicting results and explanations. In this study, we develop an integrative perspective on individual ideation by combining...
journal article 2021
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Cash, Philip (author), Khadilkar, Pramod (author), Jensen, Joanna (author), Dusterdich, Camilla (author), Mugge, R. (author)
Behavioural design has emerged as a critical new area of research and practice. However, despite the development of extensive lists of possible problem features and suggested solution principles there is little guidance on how these should be connected. Therefore, in this work we systematically examine interactions between major problem features...
journal article 2020
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