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Design for X: Quiz


Question 1:
  • Design for user-Friendliness (Bralla, 1996: 237-254) , see ________, Ben Shneiderman, Emotional Design
    Human–computer interactionUser interfaceUsability engineeringUsability

Question 2: ________ (Bralla, 1996: 182-194), see also Life cycle assessment, Technology assessment
RecyclingDesign for EnvironmentSustainable designEnvironmental design

Question 3: Design for ________ (Pahl and Beitz, 1996: 360-372), Design for Disassembly
Zero wasteBiofuelWasteRecycling

Question 4:
  • Basic Rules of Embodiment Design: Clarity, Simplicity, ________ (Pahl and Beitz, 1996: 205-236)
    Safety engineeringAutomotive engineeringTransportSafety

Question 5: ________ activities are closely associated with certain department of a company.
New product developmentProduct managementBrand managementMarketing

Question 6: Therefore, a purchaser may be subliminally influenced by the ________ of a capital good when it comes to a purchasing decision.
David HumeAestheticsApplied aestheticsArthur Schopenhauer

Question 7: Design for Minimum ________ (Pahl and Beitz, 1996:373-380)
UncertaintyRisk managementRiskFinancial risk

Question 8: ________ postulate that several departments have to work closely together for certain New Product Development activities (see Clark and Fujimoto, 1991).
Product lifecycle managementComputer-aided manufacturingAmerican MotorsDesign

Question 9: (2005) found evidence that overlapping Product Development Processes only accelerate ________ projects if these are executed by a cross-functional team, vice versa.
New product developmentMarketingBrand managementProduct management

Question 10: Max Weber's bureaucracy or ________'s administration principles), i.e.
TurkeyIstanbulParisHenri Fayol

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