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The influence of the designers ’ own culture on the design aspects of products [ Framework ]

@inproceedings{Razzaghi2005TheIO,
  title={The influence of the designers ’ own culture on the design aspects of products [ Framework ]},
  author={M. Razzaghi and M. Ramirez},
  year={2005}
}
The product design process in industrial design is not exclusively controlled by such known physical conditions as structural strength, material properties, or production constraints. Rather, it appears to be also influenced by unknown and hard-to-manage factors, such as the designers’ own culture and values, their sense of connectedness with the product being designed, their emotions, aesthetical preferences, and other nonphysical aspects. This suggests that designed products are the… Expand

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