How shall PSS be ' intentionally' designed to foster responsible consumption? Have a look at the highlights fo the DESIGN'22 workshop.
'Product-Service Systems' is an ONLINE ONLY course (7,5 credits) that targets PhD students, young investigators and industrial practitioners - to provide an overview of strategies, methods and tools for PSS design. The course is free of charge.
The main goal of this workshop is to investigate the issue of how to ‘intentionally design’ PSS in a way to promote responsible consumption and resource preserving behaviours among consumers.
Here a collection of PSS-related papers published at the 23rd International Conference on Engineering Design 2021
At ICED 21 more than 20 experts have been gathering in a workshop to discuss the answer to the following question: 'Do Smart PSS make the Voice of the Customer louder and clearer?'
Have a look at the journals that were shortlisted by the SIG Steering Committee members, answering the question of ‘where to publish PSS research?’.
Smart PSS can increase the designers' ability to know more about ‘what do customer wants’ by collecting data from all different phases of the product lifecycle. Is this the dawn of more 'analogue' need-finding activities?
Navigating through the definitions for PSS
Learn how to develop and prototype radical, transformative PSS that realize 10x increases in productivity and efficiency.
A look at PSS publications in the last 4 editions of the ICED conference
The topic of PSS design has historically gathered plentiful interest within and outside the Design Society. Nowadays, this interest is stronger than ever.