This paper describes a specific tool (DAC_Link) aimed to create a permanent meeting place to exchange knowledge and generate innovative projects by using ICT, supported by both University and Entrepreneurial Associations as trust generators (Fukuyama 1996). DAC_Link represents the systematization of a two-year experience and concrete experimentations (DAC and DAC_Tool) based upon the action-research framework and the mechanism of the design knowledge and technology transfer (Tasch A.F. 1995) through the physical transfer of innovation agents (newly graduate designers) into companies. DAC_Link aims to create an open source creative arena for designers and companies, low cost and low impact, a place to generate collective intelligence (Lévy 1996), changing the relation between young designers and Italian SME's.

Dac_Link. A 2.0 tool for SMEs' design innovation.

ARQUILLA, VENANZIO;
2008

Abstract

This paper describes a specific tool (DAC_Link) aimed to create a permanent meeting place to exchange knowledge and generate innovative projects by using ICT, supported by both University and Entrepreneurial Associations as trust generators (Fukuyama 1996). DAC_Link represents the systematization of a two-year experience and concrete experimentations (DAC and DAC_Tool) based upon the action-research framework and the mechanism of the design knowledge and technology transfer (Tasch A.F. 1995) through the physical transfer of innovation agents (newly graduate designers) into companies. DAC_Link aims to create an open source creative arena for designers and companies, low cost and low impact, a place to generate collective intelligence (Lévy 1996), changing the relation between young designers and Italian SME's.
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