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En kopp kaffe - eller mötet med tretton industrier i södra Sverige

Lundvang, Li (2011) In Diploma work IDEM01 20111
Industrial Design
Abstract (Swedish)
This project aims to highlight the manufacturer
as an important asset in product development. In
order to design a product, it is necessary, especially
for industrial designers to have good knowledge
of the manufacturing technologies that are available
and to have knowledge of the working environments
in which our ideas are put into practice.
Increased cooperation between local actors opens
opportunities for a vital dialogue between producers,
designers and manufacturers.
During field trips to thirteen industries in southern
Sweden photographs and filmed material have
been created and collected. In addition, interviews
were conducted with industrial design students,
producers and a researcher in industrial transformation.
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This project aims to highlight the manufacturer
as an important asset in product development. In
order to design a product, it is necessary, especially
for industrial designers to have good knowledge
of the manufacturing technologies that are available
and to have knowledge of the working environments
in which our ideas are put into practice.
Increased cooperation between local actors opens
opportunities for a vital dialogue between producers,
designers and manufacturers.
During field trips to thirteen industries in southern
Sweden photographs and filmed material have
been created and collected. In addition, interviews
were conducted with industrial design students,
producers and a researcher in industrial transformation.
In the end, the project was focused on the meeting
with the factories and their workers. The importance
of an early dialogue in the designing process of
a product has thereby been discovered.
Prepared materials and adopted insights will be
summarized in a book and exhibition, free for
any visitors or readers to respond to and interpret
with their own preferences. (Less)
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author
Lundvang, Li
supervisor
organization
alternative title
A cup of coffee-or the meeting with thirteen industries in south of Sweden.
course
IDEM01 20111
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
Lokal produktion, industridesign, svensk tillverkningsindustri. Local production, industrial design, Swedish manufacturing industry
publication/series
Diploma work
report number
ISRN: LUT-DVIDE/EX--11/50145-SE
language
Swedish
id
2856546
date added to LUP
2012-06-28 14:52:28
date last changed
2012-06-28 14:52:28
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  abstract     = {This project aims to highlight the manufacturer
as an important asset in product development. In
order to design a product, it is necessary, especially
for industrial designers to have good knowledge
of the manufacturing technologies that are available
and to have knowledge of the working environments
in which our ideas are put into practice.
Increased cooperation between local actors opens
opportunities for a vital dialogue between producers,
designers and manufacturers.
During field trips to thirteen industries in southern
Sweden photographs and filmed material have
been created and collected. In addition, interviews
were conducted with industrial design students,
producers and a researcher in industrial transformation.
In the end, the project was focused on the meeting
with the factories and their workers. The importance
of an early dialogue in the designing process of
a product has thereby been discovered.
Prepared materials and adopted insights will be
summarized in a book and exhibition, free for
any visitors or readers to respond to and interpret
with their own preferences.},
  author       = {Lundvang, Li},
  keyword      = {Lokal produktion,industridesign,svensk tillverkningsindustri. Local production,industrial design,Swedish manufacturing industry},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {Diploma work},
  title        = {En kopp kaffe - eller mötet med tretton industrier i södra Sverige},
  year         = {2011},
}