THE OPTIMAL USE OF PROTOTYPING<br />IN THE PRODUCT DESIGN PROCESS<br />
THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHAT?<br />A MODEL THAT’S AN ITERATION OR FINAL REPRESENTATION OF A PRODUCT<br />USED...
THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHAT?<br />3 GROUPS OF PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUES:<br />- TRADITIONAL PROTOTYPING<br />- ...
THEORY | METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHAT?<br />3 GROUPS OF PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUES:<br />- TRADITIONAL PROTOTYPING<br />-...
THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHAT?<br />3 GROUPS OF PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUES:<br />- TRADITIONELE PROTOTYPING<br />-...
THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHY?<br />ADDED VALUE OF PROTOTYPING:<br />- COMPREHENSION<br /><ul><li>Feedback to t...
Fasterediting and correcting</li></ul>- IMPROVING COMMUNICATION<br /><ul><li>Involvement of more parties
Product pictures and functional prototypes forsales & marketing</li></li></ul><li>THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHE...
THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING?<br />CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING OF THE PROTOTYPING TE...
 PRODUCT FEATURE TO INVESTIGATE
 OTHER</li></li></ul><li>THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING?<br />CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAK...
INFORMATION PHASE: Research of environment factors, target group, demands…</li></ul>->Adjustexistingproducts, a lot of che...
 OTHER</li></li></ul><li>THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING?<br />CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAK...
 PRODUCT FEATURE TO INVESTIGATE
PRODUCT PERSONALITY: shape, dimensions, ratio, finishing, materials , colour…</li></ul>	-> Concept model, Proposal & Prese...
THEORIE| METHODOLOGIE<br />PROTOTYPING|CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING?<br />CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING OF THE PROTOTYPING ...
 PRODUCT FEATURE TO INVESTIGATE
 OTHER
 VISUALISATION | ERGONOMICS | FORM & FIT | FUNCTIONAL TEST
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  1. 1. THE OPTIMAL USE OF PROTOTYPING<br />IN THE PRODUCT DESIGN PROCESS<br />
  2. 2. THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHAT?<br />A MODEL THAT’S AN ITERATION OR FINAL REPRESENTATION OF A PRODUCT<br />USED TO TEST SPECIFIC FEATURES <br />
  3. 3. THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHAT?<br />3 GROUPS OF PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUES:<br />- TRADITIONAL PROTOTYPING<br />- VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING<br /><ul><li> RAPID PROTOTYPING</li></li></ul><li>THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHAT?<br />3 GROUPS OF PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUES:<br />- TRADITIONAL PROTOTYPING<br /><ul><li>FAST, SIMPLE TECHNIQUES</li></ul> -> paper, cardboard, foam, clay…<br /><ul><li>MANUAL PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES</li></ul> ->drilling, bending, casting, laminating…<br /><ul><li>CNC PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES </li></ul> ->electrical discharge & CNC machining, lasercutting…<br />- VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING<br />- RAPID PROTOTYPING<br />
  4. 4. THEORY | METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHAT?<br />3 GROUPS OF PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUES:<br />- TRADITIONAL PROTOTYPING<br />- VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING<br /><ul><li>2D & 3D VISUALISATION TECHNIQUES</li></ul> -> Photoshop, Google Sketchup, 3dsMax…<br /><ul><li>2D & 3D MODELING</li></ul> ->AutoCAD, Inventor, Solid Works…<br /><ul><li>VIRTUAL REALITY: STEREO + 3D INTERACTIVE DEVICES</li></ul> ->MOCAP, 3D Glove, Haptic Devices…<br /><ul><li>CAE</li></ul> ->FEA, CFD, MBS…<br />- RAPID PROTOTYPING<br />
  5. 5. THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHAT?<br />3 GROUPS OF PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUES:<br />- TRADITIONELE PROTOTYPING<br />- VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING<br />- RAPID PROTOTYPING<br /> ->FDM, SLS, SLA…<br />
  6. 6. THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHY?<br />ADDED VALUE OF PROTOTYPING:<br />- COMPREHENSION<br /><ul><li>Feedback to the designer
  7. 7. Fasterediting and correcting</li></ul>- IMPROVING COMMUNICATION<br /><ul><li>Involvement of more parties
  8. 8. Product pictures and functional prototypes forsales & marketing</li></li></ul><li>THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|WHEN?<br /> INFORMATION PHASE<br /> EXPLORATION PHASE<br /> DECISION PHASE<br /> TEST PHASE<br />IDEA COMMUNICATION<br />PROBLEM DEFINITION<br />IDEA GENERATION<br />IDEA SELECTION<br />
  9. 9. THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING?<br />CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING OF THE PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUE:<br /><ul><li> DESIGN PHASE
  10. 10. PRODUCT FEATURE TO INVESTIGATE
  11. 11. OTHER</li></li></ul><li>THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING?<br />CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING OF THE PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUE:<br /><ul><li> DESIGN PHASE
  12. 12. INFORMATION PHASE: Research of environment factors, target group, demands…</li></ul>->Adjustexistingproducts, a lot of cheap prototypes, inspiration<br /><ul><li>EXPLORATION PHASE: A lot of blurrysolutions, diverging…</li></ul>->A lot of quick, cheap, manual, non detailed, short lasting prototypes, experimenting<br /><ul><li>DECISION PHASE: Development, comparing, validation, converging…</li></ul>->Only a few exact, functional prototypes, integrating<br /><ul><li>TEST PHASE: Detailing, attentionformanufacturing, choice of materials…</li></ul>->Presentation, demonstration, internallyorexternally, visualisation, communication<br /><ul><li> PRODUCT FEATURE TO INVESTIGATE
  13. 13. OTHER</li></li></ul><li>THEORY| METHODOLOGY<br />PROTOTYPING|CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING?<br />CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING OF THE PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUE:<br /><ul><li> DESIGN PHASE
  14. 14. PRODUCT FEATURE TO INVESTIGATE
  15. 15. PRODUCT PERSONALITY: shape, dimensions, ratio, finishing, materials , colour…</li></ul> -> Concept model, Proposal & Presentation<br /><ul><li>USE: shape, dimensions, materials, colour…</li></ul> -> ErgonomicStudy<br /><ul><li>FUNCTION: accuracy, mechanicalproperties…</li></ul> -> Mock-up, FunctionalTesting, Form & Fit<br /><ul><li> OTHER</li></ul>USE<br />FUNCTION<br />PRODUCT PERSONALITY<br />SHAPE<br />MANUFACTURING PROCESSMATERIAL<br />
  16. 16. THEORIE| METHODOLOGIE<br />PROTOTYPING|CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING?<br />CRITERIA FOR DECISION MAKING OF THE PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUE:<br /><ul><li> DESIGN PHASE
  17. 17. PRODUCT FEATURE TO INVESTIGATE
  18. 18. OTHER
  19. 19. VISUALISATION | ERGONOMICS | FORM & FIT | FUNCTIONAL TEST
  20. 20. MATERIAL| SHAPE
  21. 21. INTERNAL USE| EXTERNAL USE
  22. 22. KNOWLEDGE | BUDGET | TIME | DIMENSIONS | NUMBER OF PROTOTYPES NEEDED</li></li></ul><li>THEORIE | METHODOLOGIE<br />METHODOLOGIE | 4 STAPPEN<br />4 STEPS:<br /><ul><li> WHY PROTOTYPE?
  23. 23. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW
  24. 24. TECHNOLOGY SELECTION
  25. 25. PROTOTYPE & LEARN</li></ul>IDEA COMMUNICATION<br />PROBLEM DEFINITION<br />WHY PROTOTYPE?<br />PROTOTYPE <br />& LEARN<br />TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />TECHNOLOGY SELECTION<br />IDEA GENERATION<br />IDEA SELECTION<br />
  26. 26. THEORIE |METHODOLOGIE<br />METHODOLOGIE | 4 STAPPEN<br />4 STEPS:<br /><ul><li> WHY PROTOTYPE?
  27. 27. WHICH PRODUCT FEATURES DO YOU WANT TO EXAMINE?</li></ul>-> USE | FUNCTION | PRODUCT PERSONALITY | SHAPE | MATERIAL | MANUFACTURING PROCESS<br /><ul><li> IN WHICH DESIGN PHASE ARE YOU?</li></ul>-> INFORMATION PHASE | EXPLORATION PHASE | DECISION PHASE | TESTPHASE<br /><ul><li> CONSIDER YOUR PROTOTYPING CONTEXT!</li></ul>-> VISUALISATION | ERGONOMICS | FORM & FIT | FUNCTIONAL TEST<br />-> MATERIAL| SHAPE<br />-> INTERNAL USE| EXTERNAL USE<br />-> KNOWLEDGE | BUDGET | TIME | DIMENSIONS | NUMBER OF PROTOTYPES NEEDED<br /><ul><li> TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW
  28. 28. TECHNOLOGY SELECTION
  29. 29. PROTOTYPE & LEARN</li></ul>IDEA COMMUNICATION<br />PROBLEM DEFINITION<br />PROTOTYPE <br />& LEARN<br />WHY PROTOTYPE?<br />TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />TECHNOLOGY SELECTION<br />IDEA GENERATION<br />IDEA SELECTION<br />
  30. 30. THEORIE |METHODOLOGIE<br />METHODOLOGIE | 4 STAPPEN<br />4 STEPS:<br /><ul><li> WHY PROTOTYPE?
  31. 31. WHICH PRODUCT FEATURES DO YOU WANT TO EXAMINE?</li></ul>-> USE | FUNCTION | PRODUCT PERSONALITY | SHAPE | MATERIAL | MANUFACTURING PROCESS<br /><ul><li> IN WHICH DESIGN PHASE ARE YOU?</li></ul>-> INFORMATION PHASE | EXPLORATION PHASE | DECISION PHASE | TESTPHASE<br /><ul><li> CONSIDER YOUR PROTOTYPING CONTEXT!</li></ul>-> VISUALISATION | ERGONOMICS | FORM & FIT | FUNCTIONAL TEST<br />-> MATERIAL| SHAPE<br />-> INTERNAL USE| EXTERNAL USE<br />-> KNOWLEDGE | BUDGET | TIME | DIMENSIONS | NUMBER OF PROTOTYPES NEEDED<br /><ul><li> TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW
  32. 32. TECHNOLOGY SELECTION
  33. 33. PROTOTYPE & LEARN</li></ul>IDEA COMMUNICATION<br />PROBLEM DEFINITION<br />PROTOTYPE <br />& LEARN<br />WHY PROTOTYPE?<br />TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />TECHNOLOGY SELECTION<br />IDEA GENERATION<br />IDEA SELECTION<br />
  34. 34. THEORIE |METHODOLOGIE<br />METHODOLOGIE | 4 STAPPEN<br />4 STEPS:<br /><ul><li> WHY PROTOTYPE?
  35. 35. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW</li></ul>FIND POSSIBLE PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUES!<br /><ul><li>TECHNOLOGY SELECTION
  36. 36. PROTOTYPE & LEARN</li></ul>IDEA COMMUNICATION<br />PROBLEM DEFINITION<br />PROTOTYPE <br />& LEARN<br />WHY PROTOTYPE?<br />TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />TECHNOLOGY SELECTION<br />IDEA GENERATION<br />IDEA SELECTION<br />
  37. 37. THEORIE |METHODOLOGIE<br />METHODOLOGIE | 4 STAPPEN<br />4 STEPS:<br /><ul><li> WHY PROTOTYPE?
  38. 38. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW</li></ul>FIND POSSIBLE PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUES!<br /><ul><li>TECHNOLOGY SELECTION
  39. 39. PROTOTYPE & LEARN</li></ul>IDEA COMMUNICATION<br />PROBLEM DEFINITION<br />PROTOTYPE <br />& LEARN<br />WHY PROTOTYPE?<br />TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />TECHNOLOGY SELECTION<br />IDEA GENERATION<br />IDEA SELECTION<br />
  40. 40. THEORIE |METHODOLOGIE<br />METHODOLOGIE | 4 STAPPEN<br />4 STEPS:<br /><ul><li> WHY PROTOTYPE?
  41. 41. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW
  42. 42. TECHNOLOGY SELECTION</li></ul>CHOICE OF TECHNIQUE BASED ON THE DEMANDS! <br /><ul><li> PROTOTYPE & LEARN</li></ul>IDEA COMMUNICATION<br />PROBLEM DEFINITION<br />PROTOTYPE <br />& LEARN<br />WHY PROTOTYPE?<br />TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />TECHNOLOGY SELECTION<br />IDEA GENERATION<br />IDEA SELECTION<br />
  43. 43. THEORIE |METHODOLOGIE<br />METHODOLOGIE | 4 STAPPEN<br />4 STEPS:<br /><ul><li> WHY PROTOTYPE?
  44. 44. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW
  45. 45. TECHNOLOGY SELECTION
  46. 46. PROTOTYPE & LEARN</li></ul>MAKE THE PROTOTYPE, TEST IT AND LEARN FROM IT FOR THE NEXT DESIGN STEP!<br />IDEA COMMUNICATION<br />PROBLEM DEFINITION<br />PROTOTYPE <br />& LEARN<br />WHY PROTOTYPE?<br />TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW<br />TECHNOLOGY SELECTION<br />IDEA GENERATION<br />IDEA SELECTION<br />

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