Title:Cultural Aspects to Product Design: Case Studies in Exploring Means of Defining Cultural Differences in Order to Improve Product Design
Author:de Camp, J.
Abstract:This paper reviews three presentations/papers provided on a panel on case studies at the International Workshop on Internationalization of Products and Systems (IWIPS) in July 2000: “Human Factors for Product Localization: A Case Study” by Chien-Hsiung Chen and Wen-Dih Yeh; “Cultural Influence on Design” by Marila de Souza and Pierre-Henri Dejean, and “Mobile Devices: Exploring Cultural Differences in Separating Professional and Personal Time” by Katja Konkka and Anne Koppinen. The three papers and the review focus on cultural aspects of product design, and particularly on developing frameworks for organizing and exploring the extensive amount of information in the emerging research area.
Original publication:Day, D.L., del Galdo, E.M. & G.V. Prabhu. Designing for Global Markets 2, 105-112. 2nd International Workshop on Internationalization of Products and Systems. Baltimore, Md. USA. July 13-15, 2000.
Copyright:© 2000 Product & Systems Internationalisation, Inc. ISBN: 0-9722184-3-2
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