Creativity development concept in industrial design

Sandeva, Vaska and Despot, Katerina (2017) Creativity development concept in industrial design. Innovation and entrepreneurship, 5 (3). ISSN 1314-9253

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Abstract

F.C. Asfort determines the design as an activity which aims to shape the product in such a way it is easier and more economical to produce actually available knowledge and equipment to be used in the most effective manner. The design contributes to a better life and improves the aesthetic and ergonomic qualities. Design and creativity have certain things in common, but they are not the same thing. In the early stages of creativity are characterized by the existence of implicit rather vague ideas, many divergent opinions, tolerance of ambiguity and the use of intuition. There is also a need for experimentation and repetition or re-thinking. In the early stages of design ideas quite quickly given way to create a strong common vision or concept being tested out for conversion. Later phases of creativity are more precise and clear ideas, a tendency to convergent thinking, a greater use of analysis and care tests proving consistency. Later phases of design moved to considerations of competence on issues such as production and market. We can see that the early stages of design include stages of creativity, while later stages of the design include only later stages in creativity. The contemporary design in its deep interior is typical human way for the adoption of techno sphere to adapt to the opportunities and demands of human relations and individuals.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Natural sciences > Other natural sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Natural and Technical Sciences
Depositing User: Vaska Sandeva
Date Deposited: 12 Sep 2017 07:04
Last Modified: 12 Sep 2017 07:04
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/18198

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