3.4.2 Six design strategies (2/3)
Dr Conny Bakker interviews Marcel den Hollander, industrial designer and PhD researcher at TU Delft. In this second video Marcel explains six design principles for longer lasting products.
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- Design for attachment and trust is about creating products that will be loved, liked or trusted longer.
- Design for durability is about developing products that can take wear and tear.
- Design for standardisation and compatibility is aimed at creating products with parts that fit other products as well.
- Design for ease of maintenance and repair enables products to be maintained in tip-top condition.
- Design for upgradability and adaptability allows for future expansion and modification.
- Design for disassembly and reassembly ensures product parts can be separated and reassembled easily.
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