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Scheda Riassuntiva
Anno Accademico 2014/2015
Scuola Scuola del Design
Insegnamento 091483 - INNOVATION STUDIO
Docente Capuani Michele , Gabellieri Bargagli Gioia , Marelli Ilaria Maria , Mc Nally Norman Patrick , Rifino Innocenzo
Cfu 18.00 Tipo insegnamento Laboratorio

Corso di Studi Codice Piano di Studio preventivamente approvato Da (compreso) A (escluso) Nome Sezione Insegnamento
Des (Mag.)(ord. 270) - BV (1164) PRODUCT SERVICE SYSTEM DESIGNPS2AZZZZA091483 - INNOVATION STUDIO

Programma dettagliato e risultati di apprendimento attesi

Design is a very competitive marketplace; finding a foothold and competing successfully requires a unique blend of personal creativity, sustained focus and application, as well as knowledge of current material and manufacturing techniques. entering this new step of your professional lives, the precise design context awaiting each of you will almost certainly involve you harnessing the proactive attitudes, skills and methodologies you have been learning to create attractive and competitive products and services.

The Innovation Studio aims at stimulating the entrepreneurial attitude in each student, and at providing an experience that is as close as possible to the real design profession of today. To do this, it pushes students to stretching their design knowledge and skills, while engaging them with real clients to prove the talent they have been developing as post-graduates.

 

EDUCATIONAL AIMS and OUTCOMES

Aims

As real, fully detailed, pre-production prototypes are the Innovation studio's outcomes, this studio will propel you through the vital experiences that link 'concept' to 'product outcome'.

The studio additionally aims to develop and establish a secure design process through exploration of these innovation skills: it calibrates your individual strengths and value systems, using the new freedoms centred around contemporary manufacture and engaging your management skills to develop intelligent team-based entrepreneurial products for public exhibition at the conclusion of the studio.

Outcomes

On completing the studio each student is expected to be able to:

  • Listen to client requests and needs and verify the potential customer's demand
  • Work within open-ended frameworks, requiring self-reliance and risk-evaluation. 
  • Have a robustly iterative design development process that integrates , analysis and deployment of team skills, concept exploration, experimentation, advanced manufacture, communication and presentation
  • Understand the opportunities, principles and practice of new manufacturing technologies and the disciplines of designing for them
  • Assume responsibility for self-directed learning, time management, work rate, management of team skills and achievement of learning outcomes.

 

EVALUATION CRITERIA

The project review regime operates in two distinct ways: individual students and team design process are monitored throughout the project. This is supported by team-centred progress tutorials. The studio staff also records and comments on individuals’ ‘soft’ skills and application to the studio and its challenges.

Each day of class is run as a workshop, thus all students are required to work in class and develop their work through the tutorials of the teaching team.

The presence is compulsory, and is recorded by the teaching team so to add up to the required 70% of presence to the full studio.

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Anderson C. (2012). Makers: The new Industrial revolution, Crown Business.

Baldassini L. (2010). Vademecum per Disegnatori e tecnici, Hoepli.

Bas Van Abel et al. (2011). Open Design Now, BIS publisher.

Hallgrimsson B. (2012). Prototyping and modelmaking for product design, Laurance King.

Hatch M. (2014). The Maker Movement Manifesto: Rules for Innovation in the New World of Crafters, Hackers, and Tinkerers, McGraw-Hill.

Hudson J. (2008). Process: 50 Product designs from concept to manufacture, Laurence King.

Lefteri C. (2012). Making it: Manufacturing Techniques for Product Design, Laurance King.

Lipson H., Kurman M. (2013). Fabricated: the new world of 3d printing, Wiley Blackwell.

Recession Design (2011). Design Fai da Te 2.0, Rizzoli.

Rifkin J. (2013). The Third Industrial Revolution: How Lateral Power Is Transforming Energy, The Economy, and The World. Palgrave Macmillan.

Stuart C. (2011). DIY Furniture, Laurance King.

Thompson H. (2009). Remake it: Home. The Essential Guide to Resourceful Living: With over 500 tricks, tips and inspirational designs, Thames & Hudson.

Thompson R. (2007). Manufacturing Processes for Design Professionals, Thames & Hudson.

Thompson R. (2011). Product and Furniture design production, Thames & Hudson.

Thompson R. (2011). Prototyping and low-volume production, Thames & Hudson.

Thompson R. (2012). Graphics and Packaging production, Thames & Hudson.

Thompson R. (2012). Sustainable Materials, Processes and Production, Thames & Hudson.


Note Sulla Modalità di valutazione

The project review regime operates in two distinct ways: individual students and team design process are monitored throughout the project. This is supported by team-centred regular tutorial progress tutorials. The studio staff also record and comment on individuals’ ‘soft’ skills and application to the studio and its challenges.

This is supported by team-centred progress tutorials. The studio staff also records and comments on individuals’ ‘soft’ skills and application to the studio and its challenges.

Each day of class is run as a workshop, thus all students are required to work in class and develop their work through the tutorials of the teaching team.

The presence is compulsory, and is recorded by the teaching team so to add up to the required 70% of presence to the full studio.


Bibliografia

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lezione
120.0
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30.0
laboratorio informatico
0.0
laboratorio sperimentale
9.0
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laboratorio di progetto
21.0

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Note Docente
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Area Servizi ICT
08/12/2019