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Co-supervized by Bernard Yannou (Professor, LGI, Central Supélec) and Vincent Boccara (Assistant Professor, LISN, Université Paris Saclay), started in September 2021 ### Research Topic This thesis is a CIFRE thesis with the company Style&Design, designing and prototyping vehicles, car interiors and vehicle decorative elements. The main goal of this thesis is to propose a method to analyze the company’s design processes, in order to better integrate the user experience. To reach this goal, this research will be articulated around 3 axes: 1. Define: How to define the user experience? How to talk about it? 2. Specify: How to specify UX to be able to evaluate it? Can we specify UX using a simple yet complete and sound tool? 3. Design Process Improvement: How to better design for UX in the processes? How to track the designed UX in a process in order to identify strengths and opportunities in design activities? ### Background - Engineering degree in Industrial Engineering – SUPMECA (Apprenticeship – 3 years as Quality Assurance Engineer at Dassault Systems) - BTS Conception et Réalisation de Carrosseries – GARAC


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Retrospective coding of the UX Design Process for UX Design enhancement in Design Agencies

Benoît Dabouis , V Boccara , Bernard Yannou
24th International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED23), Jul 2023, Bordeaux, France. pp.3105-3114, ⟨10.1017/pds.2023.311⟩
Conference papers hal-04187239v1

Représenter l'expérience des usagers dans le processus de conception d'un habitacle de véhicule pour mieux spécifier, concevoir et évaluer l'UX.

Benoît Dabouis , V Boccara , Bernard Yannou
12ème Colloque de Psychologie Ergonomique EPIQUE 2023, Jul 2023, Paris, France.
Conference papers hal-04297553v1
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A Graphical Representation Model for Retrospective Design Process Analysis

Benoît Dabouis , V Boccara , Bernard Yannou
Design Computing and Cognition'22 Tenth International Conference on Design Computing and Cognition, Jul 2022, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Conference poster hal-03960467v1