Concept Generation for Design Creativity by Toshiharu Taura download in ePub, pdf, iPad
It can be quite difficult for people in science fields, who are so accustomed to producing quick, correct solutions, to restrain from making snap judgments on new ideas. To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle, requires creative imagination and marks real advance in science. The term was popularized by Osborn in his book, Applied Imagination, which launched the study of creativity in business development.
The first step to clustering is to identify the primary organizing principle on which the clustering pattern is based. This analysis is important to understand the dependencies and the risks involved with the product, and help determine what needs to happen in between. It is also really critical to decompose a complex problem into simpler sub-problems. Before finding a stable material for the first successful light bulb, his lab tried and failed with thousands of different filaments Zenios, et al. Obviously, the concept that was settled on stuck, because well over years later, commercially available light bulbs are omnipresent.
The invention of the light bulb highlights the importance of the concept generation process. It is critical to understand how to cluster and organize the output of a brainstorming session so it can be presented and analyzed in a meaningful way. One can look at a product in development as a system. Concept screening involves organizing and analyzing all of the ideas. Yet we can combine and break down the whole stage into a generic five step process.
Systems engineering is a means to enable the realization of successful systems. Search for Solutions Searching for Solutions Externally An external search is an information-gathering process. These opinions are not new. Once the problem has been defined and effectively broken down, initial efforts should be focused on critical sub-problems.
The Yellow Team and its project exemplify the inevitable interdisciplinary nature of such a product. Group sessions can also be useful by allowing any participant to build on the ideas of others. Systematically Explore the Solutions Brainstorming may result in tens or hundreds of ideas that need to be screened, sorted, and then evaluated before any single idea can be chosen. This is one of the many reasons why forming a multidisciplinary team and seeking unique, interdisciplinary perspectives for a group brainstorming session is extremely important.
Each component comes with its own set of rules and guidelines. This, in effect, means reduced total development costs and cycle time, as well as overall functional reliability. Edison understood that trying a large quantity of ideas was extremely important, because failure is inevitable. There are multiple steps involved in the generic concept generation process, as well as various approaches.
Searching for Solutions Internally Searching internally for solutions, also known as brainstorming, is an enormous part of successful concept generation. Furthermore, readers are expected to achieve the competence to generate new concepts. Human computer interaction, specifically the user interface is critical to communicating the test results and making the device intuitive for use by trained medical staff. The two electrical engineers and the biomedical engineering double-major on the team were responsible for this section of the project work.
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