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Design Generation Chapter6

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    • Chapter 6
      • Design Generation
    • Chapter Objectives
      • Design Types
      • Creative Processes Models
      • Creative Education Foundation Model
      • Modes of Thoughts
      • Types of Barriers to creative Thin inking.
      • Techniques for Generating Alternatives
    • Types of Designs
      • Configuration design.
      • Parametric design.
      • Original design
    • Configuration Design
      • This deals with the selection and arranging of components to improve performance and reduce size.
      • Example: location of air planes engines, location of shifting mechanism of a two speed wheel chair.
    • Parametric Design
      • Deals with varying design parameter to achieve design objectives.
      • Boeing used this approach to design aircrafts.
    • Original Design
      • This refers to designs that are substantially different than existing designs.
      • The push button telephone is an example of a sudden major departure from rotary phone.
    • Characteristic of Creative Thinking
      • Creative ideas are new combinations of previously unrelated ideas.
      • Creative ideas are new original ideas solving problems in new and original ways.
      • A product of unconscious mind.
      • Elusive ideas.
    • Models of Creative Thinking
      • Wallas Model (1926).
      • Preparation : The stage of clarifying and defining the problem.
      • Incubation : The mind is relaxed free the conscious.
      • Illumination : Recognition of the new idea (Eureka)
      • Verification : To check if the idea has merit.
    • Fabun Model (1968)
      • Desire : Shock and need to restore equilibrium.
      • Preparation : Clarifying and defining the problem.
      • Manipulation : manipulate ideas.
      • Incubation : Same as Wallas model.
      • Intimation : The feeling you get when you realize you are on the right track.
      • Illumination : Same as in wallas.
      • Verification: Same as Wallas.
    • Creative Education Foundation Model
      • Fact finding : Collect facts that may have bearing on the problem.
      • Problem finding : Developing alternative statements of the problem.
      • Idea finding : Where possible solution are first presented.
      • Solution finding : This is the evaluation phase.
    • Consolidated Model
      • Exploration : The active and concerted search of new ideas.
      • Incubation : The extended period of relaxation during which conscious effort for addressing the problem is made.
      • Intimation : The resumption of purposeful pursuit combined with the feeling of making progress.
      • Illumination: The breakthrough that produces an attractive new idea.
    • Creative Personalities
      • Optimistic
      • Confident
      • Enthusiastic
      • Endorses no perceived solution.
      • Adventures spirit
      • Willing to take risk.
      • Has a good sense of humor
    • Modes of Thinking
      • Left brain : Deductive, derivative, Specific, Logical, Hard and Linear.
      • Right brain : Inductive, Integrating, General, Imaginative, Fuzzy and Nonlinear.
    • Types of Barriers to Creative Thinking
      • Perceptual
      • Cultural
      • Environmental
      • Emotional
      • Intellectual
    • Types of Perceptual Barriers
      • Patterns
      • Boundaries
      • Illusions
      • Lens
      • Meaning.
    • Techniques for Generating Alternatives
      • Lateral thinking
        • Do not pursue a design in detail
        • Avoid critiquing any of the concepts.
      • Perseverance
        • Try many times
    • Mental Push -Ups
      • Making lists.
      • Word games.
      • Solving puzzles.
      • Magic tricks.
    • Procedural Techniques
      • Brain storming.
      • Brain writing.
      • Story boarding.
      • Random simulation.
      • Analogies