Design process perceived as an information process to enhance the introduction of new tools
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Our research adds its weight to collaboration between companies and the new products design laboratory of ENSAM. Our work focuses on industrial design, creativity and innovation. In this paper we have formalised the design information process to build new tools of communication, decision making and creativity for the different stakeholders in the design process.
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