Creative eco-effectiveness

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Title: Creative eco-effectiveness
Author: Rios Velasco Urrutia, Clara Cecilia
Abstract: My research is focused upon what industrial designers can contribute in order to mitigate environmental problems often caused by their designs. The intent is to propose a procedure to integrate eco-effectiveness at the beginning of the design process, to consider it at each stage of the product’s lifecycle, and to measure that product’s environmental performance in order to make informed design decisions. At each stage the designer can follow this flexible process, which is intended to work in conjunction with individual creative methods while prioritizing the need for eco-effectiveness. The goal is to develop a procedure that is simple enough for designers to use every day and that could also provide means of verification, rather than relying on assumptions and good intentions. I acknowledge that efforts from a single discipline are not enough. In order to address the environmental challenges we face today, collaboration among disciplines will be necessary, as well as a change of behavior and attitudes towards consumption. This is my contribution.
Department: Art and Art History
Subject: Eco-design Design methods Green design LCA for designers Life Cycle Assessment Bioinspiration Design education
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/ETD-UT-2010-05-1222
Date: 2010-05

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