Design-driven innovation in design practice

The case of designing a ship-bridge vision

  • Helge Tor Kristiansen University of Southeast Norway
  • Anne Haugen Gausdal University College of Southeast Norway

Sammendrag

The aim of this paper is to investigate Verganti’s framework for design-driven innovation (DDI) in the context of design practice and to discuss, elaborate and deepen the understanding of DDI, especially on aspects related to design. To meet this aim, an in-depth longitudinal case study of a DDI project for developing a radical new vision for an offshore ship bridge concept is performed. DDI is generally recognised as an in-depth research process, but we also approach it as a highly creative, generative process of design in which design artefacts serve as knowledge production and exploration. Therefore,  Verganti’s divide between research and creativity and his critique of user centredness are challenged. The paper adds complementary understandings to Verganti’s framework, particularly regarding the role of design, and the Generative Design-Driven Innovation framework is developed.

 

Forfatterbiografier

Helge Tor Kristiansen, University of Southeast Norway

Assistant professor at Faculty of Technology, Natural Sciences and Maritime Sciences

Anne Haugen Gausdal, University College of Southeast Norway

Professor at Faculty of Technology, Natural Sciences and Maritime Sciences

Publisert
2018-12-10
Hvordan referere
Kristiansen, H., & Gausdal, A. (2018). Design-driven innovation in design practice. FormAkademisk - Forskningstidsskrift for Design Og Designdidaktikk, 11(5). https://doi.org/10.7577/formakademisk.1856
Seksjon
Artikler