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Opportunities and incentives for Remanufacturing in the Basque Country
(Elsevier B.V., 2018)
Remanufacturing is a business model that helps the development of the circular economy. There are numerous successful examples of remanufactured products in different industrial sectors of Europe and US. Obtaining the ...
A New Method to Evaluate Good Design for Brand Recognition in the Digital World
Visual aesthetics has become a crucial element in strengthening brand experience. In the digital era, however, designers need to approach aesthetics from a holistic standpoint where both traditional and more modern ...
DFA-SPDP, a new DFA method to improve the assembly during all the product development phases
(Elsevier B.V., 2019)
Design for Assembly (DFA) methodologies help the designer to take into account the assembly process during the development phases of a product (specifications, conceptual design and detailed design), thus improving the ...
Closing the Brand Gap through innovation and design
(Elsevier B.V., 2016)
Existing brands already have certain products and services that generate a particular experience in the mindof custome.However, distortions exist between what the brands what to communicate and ...
Reusability and Flexibility in Parametric Surface-based Models: A Review of Modelling Strategies
(Taylor and Francis Ltd., 2021)
CAD systems are indispensable tools in the product design and development process. Through the creation of parametric 3D models,they increase productivity, enable the design of highly complex parts, improve ...
Analysis of the pilot survey INKLUGI about aging and disabilities to promote Inclusive Design in industry
This study is part of the project INKLUGI. The main objective of the project is to create new tools that help to introduce Inclusive Design methods in the industry of the region of Gipuzkoa. To make companies understand ...