IDEA challenge 2022 dataset: Prototypes from a design Hackathon

Daniel Nygård Ege, Mark Goudswaard, James Gopsill, Ben Hicks, Martin Steinert

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Abstract

The IDEA Challenge 2022 prototyping dataset comprises a total of 240 prototype entries with 1049 edges (connections) and can provide valuable insights into prototyping practices, offering practical knowledge essential for developing prototyping strategies and generating hypotheses for future studies. Data were collected using Pro2booth - an online platform which captured comprehensive information about prototypes and participating teams’ development process, including details about the creators, purpose, timing, and methods of creation. It is particularly relevant to design researchers, engineering and design students, educators, and industry professionals seeking to enhance their prototyping skills and strategies. It serves as a robust foundation for subsequent studies, allowing for comparative analyses, hypothesis verification, and trend exploration. It also has the potential to inform meta-analyses across similar design scenarios, providing a comprehensive understanding of prototyping processes.
Original languageEnglish
Article number110363
Pages (from-to)110363
Number of pages1
JournalData in Brief
Volume54
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 3 Apr 2024

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Keywords

  • Design
  • Prototyping
  • Product development
  • Design strategies

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