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Behnen, Francis (author)
Projects in a software engineering (SE) curriculum have many advantages for students. For example, students gain teamwork and project management skills. Involving an external stakeholder can enhance the learning experience further. For instance, students have the opportunity to practice stakeholder management. Moreover, working on a project with...
master thesis 2024
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van Velzen, Monique (author), Boru, A. (author), Sarton, Elise (author), de Beaufort, Arnout Jan (author)
Educational challenge: Medical education must equip future professionals with the necessary skills to navigate the complex healthcare landscape. Clinical knowledge is essential, and critical and creative thinking skills are vital to meet the challenges of the system. Design thinking offers a structured approach that integrates creativity and...
journal article 2024
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Anwar-Hameed, Amir (author)
Financial literacy is an essential component in design innovation projects, holding the potential to transform both the practice and education of design. The capacity to make effective financial decisions, encompassing knowledge, skills, and self-efficacy, is pivotal in the context of innovation (Warmath & Zimmerman, 2019). This capacity...
master thesis 2023
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Oomen, Floor (author)
The increasing waiting times in youth mental health care pose a significant challenge, driven by a shortage of specialists and external factors that complicate diagnosis and prolong treatment. Shoshin, a multidisciplinary strategic design and innovation agency, has developed a solution known as the Fit Op Weg Poli (FOWP) to address this issue...
master thesis 2023
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Jiang, Charles (author)
Background: GFI was a global financial institution. An innovation methodology, DTLSA, was created for GFI through the integration of Design Thinking, Lean Startup, and Agile/Scrum software development. Signs of a low-level adoption for DTLSA were witnessed internally, despite ongoing promotion efforts.<br/><br/>Objective: This project aimed at...
master thesis 2023
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van Langen, P.H.G. (author), Pijper, Gerdje (author), de Vries, P. (author), Brazier, F.M. (author)
Challenges involving economic, environmental, and societal aspects necessitate organisations in business networks to collaborate. The scientific problem central to this paper is the difficulty of building sustainable collaborations. The research question is how to support organisations in building sustainable collaborations in their business...
journal article 2023
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Bravo, Úrsula (author), Cortés, Catalina (author), Lloyd, P.A. (author), Jones, Derek (author)
Educational systems face increasingly complex demands, confronting teachers with multidimensional people-centred problems rarely solved by linear or standardised solutions. Nevertheless, teachers must juggle multiple variables simultaneously in their daily work. This can lead to routine and unreflective decisions that do not consider unique...
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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Chandrasegaran, R.S.K. (author), Salah, Almila Akdag (author), Lloyd, P.A. (author)
Analysing transcripts of design activity typically involve either close reading or manual coding of data, which limits the amount of data that can be analysed. In contrast, we explore a machine-learning based linguistic analysis tool called Empath to identify patterns of reasoning in design talk. The data we use derives from the Design...
journal article 2023
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Brinkman, Geert (author), van Buuren, Arwin (author), Voorberg, William (author), van der Bijl-Brouwer, M. (author)
Public organizations are increasingly turning to design thinking to address wicked societal issues, enhance innovation, and improve services. However, in general, public organizations do not provide the most receptive context for design thinking. To be applied effectively, design thinking requires sufficient tolerance for uncertainty,...
journal article 2023
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Carvajal Ortega, Camilo (author)
This project addresses the inequality gap that exists between the city and the countryside in Colombia in terms of education, access to opportunities, and<br/>technology literacy. By using design and entrepreneurship together with the “Más Por TIC” foundation, we developed the program “1,2,3 x TIC”, an entrepreneurship program for rural...
master thesis 2022
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Boess, S.U. (author)
The scaling up of zero energy (ZE) renovations contributes to the energy transition. Yet ZE renovations can be complex and error-prone in both process and outcome. This article draws on theory from sociotechnical design, participatory design, and inclusive design to analyse four recent case studies of ZE renovation/building in the Netherlands....
journal article 2022
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Pärli, Rea (author), Stauffacher, Michael (author), L'Orange Seigo, Selma (author), Probst, Matthias (author), Pearce, B.J. (author)
Real-world laboratories (RWL) aim to support transformations for sustainable urban development by producing outputs with practical and scientific relevance. To achieve these aims, the local community of which the RWL is a part should be in close collaboration from the start of a project. RWLs offer spaces for ‘thinking outside the box’ and for...
journal article 2022
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Recubenis Sanchis, I. (author), van der Meulen, G.J.M. (author)
Highlighted by the recent 2021 flood events in Europe, this research takes the<br/>momentum to underline the necessity for radical solutions that embrace uncertain and extreme discharges at the core of planning and design frameworks. Building upon existing Adaptive Management practices in the Netherlands, this research takes the experience of...
journal article 2022
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Zech, V. (author)
INDESEM has always been an explosion of one week of learning without education. Students themselves are responsible for everything and it is them who make sure that the technical and academic staff warm to the idea of breaking plenty of rules for a week. And you should see what happens when you do! Work continues into the early hours and the...
book 2022
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Chandrasegaran, R.S.K. (author), Akdag Salah, A.A. (author), Lloyd, P.A. (author)
Abstract. Analysing records of design activity such as transcripts or documents have typically involved close reading of transcripts and manual identification of concepts and behaviours. We explore the applicability of a machine-learning based computational tool—called Empath—in identifying high-level patterns in design talk. Specifically, we...
conference paper 2022
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Pearce, B.J. (author), Dallo, Irina (author), Choi, Victoria (author), Freihardt, Jan (author), Middel, Cédric (author)
While the importance of transdisciplinary (Td) processes as a means to address societal problems is well-established, guidance for the intentional design of stakeholder interactions to meet specific goals, under different conditions and contexts, remains less explored. We propose the concept of critical design moments (CDMs) as a lens through...
journal article 2022
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Kim, S. (author), van Grondelle, E.D. (author), van Zeumeren, I.M. (author), Mirnig, Alexander G. (author), Stojmenova, Kristina (author)
In automated vehicles, the driver and the vehicle make a decision on the driving. However, there is no guarantee that drivers always agree or follow the system's decision. Drivers can reject the system's proposal or regain control, and it reduces the usefulness of automated vehicles. When a decision conflict happens, the vehicle can negotiate...
conference paper 2022
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Magistretti, Stefano (author), Bianchi, Mattia (author), Calabretta, G. (author), Candi, Marina (author), Dell'Era, Claudio (author), Stigliani, Ileana (author), Verganti, Roberto (author)
Scholars and practitioners acknowledge the role of design, and specifically design thinking, as a driver of innovation and change. Design thinking is gaining attention in the business community beyond the traditional product innovation realm and is increasingly promoted as an engine for the creation of novel user experiences, new businesses,...
journal article 2022
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Hoogendijk, Celine (author)
As agile practices lack a focus on understanding the actual problem, and Design Thinking is assumed to be a promising approach to complement agile practices regarding this lack, this graduation project aims to identify opportunity areas to leverage the Design Thinking methodology in the process of agile software development. The context of focus...
master thesis 2021
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