DE LOS ARTEFACTOS DE ROUTIO AL DISEÑO DE NUEVOS PRODUCTOS QUÍMICOS INDUSTRIALES PARA EL MERCADO B2B
Vergara González, Eliseo P.
Vergara González, David
Nájera Hernáez, Pilar
Otaño Jiménez, Luis
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The design of new industrial chemicals for the market-business (B2B) is an area that generates interest for development and innovation in the chemical sector. The design of chemical products is currently performed using four subactivities: Definition of user needs, generating ideas to solve the need, selection of ideas and finally decision about the product and how it should be made. Routio proposes Arteology as the science that deals with the study of artifacts. Artifacts are things man-made, such as industrial products, services, appliances, buildings, software and ultimately everything created by man. Routio proposes that artifacts can be studied from common approaches to them all: Usability, economy, environment, message, beauty and safety, called meta-specific paradigms. In this paper, we study the application of Routio meta-specific paradigms for the design of new industrial chemicals. These meta-specific paradigms act on two basic aspects of the design of chemical products: the definition of user needs and the selection of ideas. Keywords: Design; Chemical products; Arteology
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