©  DESIGNA  2017
  • Proceedings

     

     

  • Presentation

    Sustainability brings us echoes, arriving from the most diverse sources, from a contemporary speech centered in the desirable evolution of a simultaneously political, economical, environmental and, of course, cultural conscience regarding the impact of man’s changing presence and action in the world. Therefore, the concept emerges in association with an increasing insistence on practices that define – and are defined by – design.


    To think design from sustainability, DESIGNA’s second edition theme, contemplates the need to reflect on design’s role and responsibility in a complex system dictated by the tensions of a liberal economy built over hegemonic-predisposed production and communication mechanisms, formatted to a worldwide scale throughout the last decades. The complexity of this system reflects the itinerary of an industrial and technological society towards a world apparently ruled by information, reflecting not only the course of design itself, but also its leadership in the definition of production and consumption logics set upon a philosophy of project whose ambition easily abandons the object’s confined universe (in its most distinctive configurations) to set foot in the creation of the total environment that frames it.


    Even if the market’s expansion demands the industry and therefore design to, together with the satisfaction of consumer’s needs, diversify forms and explore the superfluous in order to create an economic value that will end up generating a culture of dissatisfaction and squander, nonetheless last decades have been promoting a speech increasingly defined by rationalization and resource management strategies. As a result, designers are confronted with a new challenged, outlined by optimization and concession, within which they are led to think themselves as a sort of social programmers, trying to articulate ecological logics and practices able to redefine production from a new table of principles – such as recycling, non pollution, durability, efficiency, maximum advantage and minimum impact – and, consequently, (re)establishing the balance among the market’s needs, production’s possibilities, consumer’s satisfaction and the environment.


    Therefore, it’s not difficult to apprehend the uneasiness and apprehension that come with considering the role of design in a society still abounding of an euphoric, misguided and naïf belief in the unstoppable character of technological progress, so many times defined by mere entertainment. DESIGNA 2012 would thus like to contribute to criticize that role, pointing the cultural debate to the project’s teleology and leading the scientific community, once again, to a joint reflection about the possibility (or impossibility) or a “nicer, more humane, domestic, habitable, tolerant and pleasant” design that reflects a sort of collective intelligentsia, as established by Medelín’s Maniphesto (+), in 2002.


    After our first edition’s excellent results, it’s with great expectations that DESIGNA’s organizing team look forward to the contribution of all those wishing to think about the dichotomist un/sustainability. Let’s all gather November 22 and 23 at the University of Beira Interior.

     

     

  • Program

    22 NOVEMBER - Thursday - Auditório da Parada, UBI

    9:00  Reception and registration

    10:00  Welcoming Session
    João Queiroz, Reitor da UBI / Rector
    Joaquim Paulo Serra, Presidente da Faculdade de Artes e Letras
    António Fidalgo, Director do LabCom
    Francisco Paiva, Comissão Executiva da Designa

    10:40  O bom design. Catarina Moura, Comissão Executiva

    11:00  Coffee-break

    11:15 KEYNOTE SPEAKER
    Re-defining and re-designing our commons as an act of hope
    Alastair Fuad-Luke, Aalto University, Helsínquia

    12:30 Lunch (free/non-institutional)

    14:00 Panel 1 - THEORY
    Moderador / Facilitator: Sara Velez

    (ID.92) A (in)sustentabilidade do trabalho criativo em design.
    Pedro Quintela. Faculdade Economia da Universidade de Coimbra. Portugal.

    (ID.94) Sustainability and gender bias on TV ads.
    Joao Paulo Queiroz (Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas-Artes. Portugal)

    (ID.112) Biomímesis e innovación. Un nuevo paradigma para el diseño sustentable.
    Rosita De Lisi (Escuela Universitaria Centro de Diseño. Fac. de Arquitectura. Udela. Uruguay)

    (ID.115) Tradição versus indústria: um Design inclusivo para paÌses emergentes.
    Júlio Londrim Baptista (Universidade da Beira Interior /LabCom. Portugal)

    (ID.117) Hacia una "historia sustentable" del diseño.
    Andrea Gergich (Fac. Arquitectura, Diseño y Urbanismo. Univ. Buenos Aires. Argentina)

    (ID.120) La invasión de las pantallas.
    Arturo Cancio Ferruz (UPV/EHU. Spain)

    (ID.133) Arte Pública e Design urbano: confluências teóricas.
    Antonio Delgado (ESAD- IPL/ CIEBA. Portugal)

    16:00 Coffee-Break

    16:15 Panel 2 - EDUCATION

    Moderador / Facilitator: Fátima Caiado

    (ID.89) Education on Design for Sustainability: Focus vs. Fragmentation.
    Carlos Fiorentino (University of Alberta. Canada) 

    (ID.91) Prática Projetual do Design como Ferramenta para Fomentar a Literacia Visual.
    Marta Borges (Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto. Portugal)

    (ID.103) A insustentável leveza da razão: uma lição da Bauhaus.
    Andrea Monteiro Vicente; Miguel Santiago (Univ. da Beira Interior, Dep. de Arquitectura. Portugal)

    (ID.109) Sustentabilidade e Ensino Superior em Design de Moda - Análise de estratégias e iniciativas locais.
    Elsa Lima; Rita Salvado (Universidade da Beira Interior. Portugal)

    (ID.113) A Metodologia Projetual In/Sustentável.
    Francesco Pignatelli (Universidade da Beira Interior. Portugal)

    (ID.122) Design humano: para uma pedagogia relacional em design como escultora social.
    André Campos (Univ. do Porto, Fac. de Psicologia e Ciências da Educação / Instituto Multimédia. Portugal)

    17:45 Coffee-Break

    18:00 ROUND TABLE on Design Education
    Moderador / Facilitator: Francisco Paiva, UBI

    with
    Alexandra Cruchinho, ESART, ID+
    Victor Almeida, FBA UL
    Denis Coelho, UBI
    Rita Salvado, UBI

    20:00 Dinner (free/non-institutional) 


     
    23 NOVEMBER - Friday - Auditório da Parada, UBI

    09:00 Opening and registration

    09:30 Panel 3 - PRODUCT
    Moderador / Facilitator: Cláudia Teixeira

    (ID.90) Desenvolvimento de um produto infantil com funcionalidades acrescidas: o body dry baby.
    Ana Luiza Olivete, Maria José Geraldes (Universidade da Beira Interior. Portugal)

    (ID.93) Identificação, quantificação e classificação dos requisitos para produtos wearables de protecção física e assistência activa na população sénior.
    Miguel Terroso (Instituto Politécnico do Cávado e do Ave. Portugal)
    António Torres Marques (Univ. do Porto, Faculdade de Engenharia. Portugal)
    Ricardo Simıes (Instituto de Polímeros e Compósitos, Universidade do Minho. Portugal)

    (ID.98) O design de jóias e a cultura do lugar.
    Suzana Alves (Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo. Portugal)
    Ermanno Aparo (IPVC / CIAUD, FAUTL)
    Liliana Soares (IPVC / Instituto de Investigação em Design, Media e Cultura, UA. Portugal)

    (ID.99) Análise mecânica e propriedades termofisiológicas de compósitos vegetais para moda sustentável.
    Edilaine Garcia; Maria José Oliveira Geraldes; Lucas Mendes (Univ. da Beira Interior)

    (ID.101) Developing a Qualitative Sustainable Design Toolkit.
    José Vicente (Escola Superior Gallaecia. Portugal)
    Rui Frazão (Laboratório Nacional de Energia e Geologia. Portugal)

    (ID.105) Invention and Product Designing with the Crowd : New Frontiers in Product Development.
    Fátima Lanhoso Vieira, Denis Coelho (Universidade da Beira Interior. Portugal)

    (ID.119) A Biónica - Um caminho para a sustentabilidade.
    Stefan Rosendahl (Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias. Portugal)
    Palmira Marques; Sílvia Rodrigues; Norberto Guilherme (Instituto Superior Dom Dinis)

    (ID.131) Corticeira Amorim : um exemplo de design e sustentabilidade em Portugal.
    Cláudia Pedro Isidoro dos Santos Teixeira (Universidade da Beira Interior. Portugal)

    (ID.132) Generación de los requerimientos de un producto mediante la aplicación de la sistémica y criterios de sostenibilidad.
    Julio Cesar Rivera Pedroza; Bernabé Hernandis Ortuño (Un.Politécnica de Valencia ETSID. Spain)

    11:15 Coffee-break

    11:30 Panel 4: FASHION
    Moderador / Facilitator: Rui Miguel

    (ID.84) Designer-customer relationships: what role do they play in contemporary Australian textile design?
    Emma Lynas (RMIT.Australia)

    (ID.102) Sustentabilidade na moda com tradição.
    Ana Margarida Pires Fernandes (Escola Superior de Artes Aplicadas, IPCB. Portugal)

    (ID.106) Design de Moda para a Sustentabilidade. Da obsolência para a durabilidade dos produtos.
    Elsa Lima (Universidade da Beira Interior. Portugal)

    (ID.108) Mozambique's capulana: an et(n)hical approach for Sustainable Fashion Design.
    Sofia Vilarinho (Faculdade de Arquitectura, Univ. de Lisboa. Portugal)

    (ID.129) Antenas têxteis integradas em vestuário para recolha de energia ambiente.
    Caroline Loss; Luisa Rita Brites Sanches Salvado (Universidade da Beira Interior.)
    Pedro Pinho (Universidade de Aveiro. Portugal)

    (ID.134) Sustentabilidade no design de acessórios de moda: o papel da modularidade e da integração de tecnologia no aumento do ciclo de vida.
    Liliana Ribeiro; Rui Miguel; Madalena Pereira; Isabel Trindade; José Lucas (Universidade da Beira Interior. Portugal)

    13:15 Lunch (free/non-institutional)

    14:30 Panel 5 - COMMMUNICATION AND MULTIMEDIA
    Moderador / Facilitator: Catarina Moura

    (ID.100) Gestão de design e sustentabilidade: estudo de caso em livros digitais.
    Thomás Cavalcanti; Liliane Chaves (Universidade Federal Fluminense. Brazil)

    (ID.114) In/Sustentabilidade - A Sustentabilidade Inclusiva no Marketing Contemporâneo.
    João Bernardo Beirão Rendeiro (BRA&D. Portugal)

    (ID.123) Design e bem estar. Campanhas de prevenção da obesidade e promoção de estilos de vida saudáveis em crianças e a adolescentes e a sustentabilidade social.
    Sílvia Soares (Universidade da Beira Interior)
    Rui Mendonça (Faculdade de Belas Artes, Universidade do Porto)
    Madalena Pereira; Isabel Trindade (Universidade da Beira Interior.)

    (ID.126) Ver e Compreender - Um estudo visual dos suportes de comunicação com vista à promoção da compreensão da informação médica.
    Mónica Santos; Susana Barreto (Faculdade de Belas Artes, Universidade do Porto.)
    Katja Tschimmel (Escola Superior de Arte e Design. Portugal)

    (ID.135) Design e Comunicação, a construção de obstáculos mutáveis.
    João Barata; Rui Miguel (Universidade da Beira Interior. Portugal)

    15:45 Coffee-break

    16:00 GUEST SPEAKER
    Luís Caracinha: A função da comunicação no Projecto Querença

    16:45 SHOWCASE - Projects and ideas
    Moderador / Facilitator: Francisco Paiva, UBI

    Eco-Village Community - Live With Earth
    Rui Vasques, Designer Sustentável e Empreendedor Social, IADE , Lisboa

    Seis Looks e Um Guarda Roupa Completo
    Priscila Borges Franco, Universidade da Beira Interior

    Ant-32-Clay-08
    Raul Pinto, Universidade de Aveiro

    Refúgio (In)Susutentável de Emergência. Produto, Processo e Cultura.
    Maria Neto, Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto, Porto
    Jorge Marum, DECA, Universidade da Beira Interior, Covilhã

    Vivercor - Corabitando: Proposta de Acção Comunitária
    Verónica Conte, Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa

    Desenvolvimento da Colecção Pampink_Bio em Fibra de bambu e Aplicações Artesanais
    Gabriela Jobim, Universidade do Minho, Designer da Marca PamPink

    Actividades de Eco-design para o Ensino Básico e Secundário
    Francesco Pignatelli, Universidade Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal

    50% Textil Wast Bag
    Catarina Lopes, Maria José Geraldes, Universidade da Beira Interior

    18:00 Closing Party
    (Sala dos Arcos e Pátio da UBI)

     

     

  • Commitees

    SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION

    Francisco Paiva . Universidade da Beira Interior PT


    SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

    Ana Leonor Madeira Rodrigues . FA Un. Técnica de Lisboa PT
    Anabela Gradim . FAL Universidade da Beira Interior PT
    Anna Calvera . FBA Universitat de Barcelona ES
    António Delgado . ESAD Instituto Politécnico de Leiria PT
    Cristina Azevedo Tavares . FBA Universidade de Lisboa PT
    Catarina Moura . FAL Universidade da Beira Interior PT
    Denis Alves Coelho . FE Universidade da Beira Interior PT
    Elena González Miranda . FBA Universidad del País Vasco ES
    Heitor Alvelos . FBA Universidade do Porto PT
    Fátima Caiado . FAL Universidade da Beira Interior PT
    Helena Barbosa . DCA Universidade de Aveiro PT
    Hélène Saule-Sorbé . FBA Université Bordeaux3 FR
    Inmaculada Jiménez . FBA Universidad del País Vasco ES
    Jacek Krenz . FE Universidade da Beira Interior / UTGdansk PL
    João Sousa Cardoso . Universidade Lusófona do Porto PT
    Joaquim M. Paulo Serra . FAL Universidade da Beira Interior PT
    Jorge dos Reis . FBA Universidade de Lisboa PT
    José Bragança de Miranda . Universidade Nova de Lisboa PT
    Madalena Rocha Pereira . Universidade da Beira Interior PT
    Maria da Graça Guedes . Universidade do Minho PT
    Mário Bismarck . FBA Universidade do Porto PT
    Paulo Freire Almeida . EA Universidade do Minho PT
    Raul Cunca . FBA Universidade de Lisboa PT
    Rita Salvado . FE Universidade da Beira Interior PT
    Rui Miguel . FE Universidade da Beira Interior PT
    Sheila Pontis . LCC London University of the Arts UK
    Teresa Franqueira . DCA Universidade de Aveiro PT
    Urbano Sidoncha . FAL Universidade da Beira Interior PT

     

     

  • Calls

    A) CALL FOR PAPERS (Double blind referee) Closed

    The organization of DESIGNA 2012 - International Conference on Design Research, devoted to the subject un / sustainability, calls for proposals of original communications with a seminal propensity, to frame within the following thematic panels:

    (1) Communication, (2) Multimedia, (3) Product, (4) Fashion, (5) Theory, (6) Education. STANDARDS

    Abstract (.rtf, .doc ou .odt)

    The proposals, to a maximum of 1000 words, should include title, subject and relevance of the same hypothesis or question that the autor(s) want to explore, conceptual framework and methodology, expected results and up to 5 keywords.

    Submission

    The summary / abstract must be submitted electronically through the platform of DESIGNA site submissions, which will assign an identification code in order to be distributed to two scientific reviewers under guarantee of anonymity.

    Arbitration criteria

    The scientific committee of referees declines all proposals that do not demonstrate relevance, originality and appropriateness to the theme and purpose of the conference.

    Working languages

    Portuguese, English and Spanish

    Oral Presentation

    Each communication must not exceed 15 minutes, in the language and with the resources considered appropriate by the authors. The graphic and audiovisual material may be previously sent to the Organizing Committee (until November 21) or reproduced in the moment through the use of a pen-drive. 

     

    Publishing of the Proceedings - Full article

    The paper corresponding to the oral presentation must be sent to the Organizing Committee until December 31st, 2012. The disregard for this deadline implies the exclusion from the conference's published proceedings. The full article must be sent by e-mail to designa.na.ubi@gmail.com

     

    The formatting of text and image files, as well as their sending, must respect the following standards:

     

    Text

    A single text file recorded with the submission's ID, in .rtf, .doc or .odt (.pdf will not be accepted), with minimal formatting and structured as follows:

    - Submission ID / Registration number;
    - Title of the article;
    - Name of the author(s);
    - Category;
    - Institution;
    - Identification of the panel (Communication, Multimedia, Product, Fashion, Theory or Education);
    - Abstract (in english; up to 1.000 characters, including spaces);
    - Keywords (max. 5);
    - Full paper (up to 10.000 characters, including spaces);
    - Any note must be listed at the end of the document and will be counted within the character's limit;
    - Image caption, indicating source/credits, must come at the end of the document or be placed where intended.

     

    Images (.jpeg, .png, .tiff, .ai or .pdf file)
    Images (max. 8) must be sent in separate files and identified with the same prefix of the text (the submission ID) and corresponding number, following the example: ID23-01.jpeg, ID23-02.tiff,...

     

    B) CALL FOR PROJECTS / IDEAS

    The organization of DESIGNA 2012 - International Conference on Design Research, calls for proposals and ideas on the theme of un / sustainability, framing in the following panels:

    (1) Communication, (2) Multimedia, (3) Product, (4) Fashion, (5) Theory, (6) Education.

    The presentation of these projects, portfolios, performances, products and ideas of artists, designers, architects, students and other creative agents broaden the debate and raise awareness about the critical issue of sustainability, its aesthetic, ethical, economic, academic or other implications.

    STANDARDS Submission

    Proposals must be submitted by email (designa.na.ubi@gmail.com), integrating a brief and descriptive visual reference to molds of presentation.

     

    Selection criteria

    The scientific committee will consider all proposals on the basis of its relevance, originality and appropriateness to the theme and purpose of the conference.

     

    Working languages

    Portuguese, English and Spanish

     

    Presentation

    The display of these projects will take place in the main hall of the conference or in near parallel session. In the case of a visual projection should not exceed 10 minutes. If consist of a presentation or exhibition in support material should be presented in A1 format modules or panels. The performances and special cases will be analyzed case by case.

     

    Delivery

    The full submission should be sent to the organization until the 10th of November, in order to appear in the official program. Failure to comply with this deadline will lead also to their exclusion from the conference proceedings.

     

     

    REGISTRATION

    General registration fee, including authors: 50 €

    Students (1st, 2nd and 3rd cycles): 25 €

    CALENDAR
    • 05/20 - Opening of the Call for Papers
    • 09/30 - Deadline for abstract's submission
    • 10/31 - Notification of acceptance
    • 11/01 - Publication of the final program
    • 11/10 - Deadline for Projects/Ideas submission
    • 11/22-23 - Conference
    • 12/31 - Deadline for full paper submission
    NOTES
    • 1. The deadline to submit proposals for communication will not be extended.
    • 2. The publication in paper or electronic format of the proceedings does not suppose any additional costs to the conference's registration fee.
    • 3. Sending communications implies the transfer of tacit publication rights to the University of Beira Interior.
    • 4. Obtaining permission to publish the images is a responsibility entailed to the authors.

     

     

  • Book of Abstracts

      Book of Abstracts .pdf download 

     

     

  • Registration


    The registration may be made through the contact of the executive committee (designa.na.ubi@gmail.com), submitting the following information:

    (1) Full name

    (2) Institution

    (3) Profession - Occupation

    (4) Communication - Poster ID (when applicable)

    (5) e-mail

    (6) NIF

    (7) Address

    To formalize the registration, it will be necessary to submit confirmation of the fee’s payment.Students must attach proof of such status.

    Payment information:
    Bank transfer to Universidade da Beira Interior
    NIB: 0018 0003 2322 0304 0208 9
    IBAN: PT50 0018 0003 2322 0304 0208 9
    SWIFT-CODE: TOTAPTPL

    General fee: 50 euros
    Students (graduate and PhD): 25 euros

    The registration fee does not include lunch or dinner.

    Contacts
    Catarina Moura (designa.na.ubi@gmail.com)

    AUTHORS The authors of an accepted communication or poster must pay their correspondent registration fee in order to: (1) Enter the official programme; (2) Receive documentation; (3) Obtain a participation certificate; and (4) Publish their papers on the Conference's proceedings.

    EXEMPTIONS The Conference’s guests, as well as the members of the executive committee, or of any other of the event’s committees, are exempt of the registration fee.

    STUDENTS The Conference will be open to graduate and PhD students of University of Beira Interior, who may assist the works of the several thematic panels free of charge. Nevertheless, the non-payment of the registration fee won’t allow them to obtain documentation or presence certificate. To have them, the students must register and pay the correspondent fee.


     

     

  • Contacts

    Geral 
    designa.na.ubi@gmail.com

    Comissão Executiva   
    Francisco Paiva . ftapaiva@gmail.com
    Catarina Moura . catarinamoura@gmail.com   

    Secretariado
    Mércia Pires        +351  275242023  / ext. 1201
    Madalena Sena  +351  275242024 / ext. 1202


    UNIVERSIDADE DA BEIRA INTERIOR  
    Faculdade de Artes e Letras  
    Departamento de Comunicação e Artes 

    LABCOM - Online Communication Lab 

    Rua Marquês D'Ávila e Bolama 6200-001 Covilhã - Portugal  
    © DESIGNA 2012

     

     

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