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PRODUCTUM : Jurnal Desain Produk (Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Produk)
ISSN : 24777900     EISSN : 25797328     DOI : -
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Perancangan produk furnitur co-working space dengan konsep open space Audi Firza Mulyana; Rahmawan Dwi Prasetya; Nor Jayadi
Productum: Jurnal Desain Produk (Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Produk) Vol 6, No 2 (2023)
Publisher : Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/productum.v6i2.9149

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Coworking Space is a place where individuals or groups have different work backgrounds in one place. In Indonesia, coworking spaces are developing, with proof of that is the emergence of coworking spaces in big cities, such as Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, and Yogyakarta. With the increasing demand, coworking spaces are currently experiencing development. One element that is quite close and plays an important role in work activities is a table and chairs. Various activities and various work backgrounds that gather in a limited space and spend quite a long time, demand a coworking space to be a versatile and comfortable place. Thus, we need furniture that can achieve effectiveness and still think about the concept of open space or sharing space with other users. This means that this furniture has more features, such as being able to be used individually or together. So that the designed tables and chairs can accommodate user needs and adjust the space that is expected to create comfort for working in a coworking space.
Perancangan komponen aksesori anting dan kalung dari material sampah plastik Antonio Junico Da Cruz Soares; Hanif Azhar; Fajar Sadika; Naufal Ary; Tasya Natalia Wijaya; Devi Eka Agustin
Productum: Jurnal Desain Produk (Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Produk) Vol 6, No 2 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/productum.v6i2.7943

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The reuse of plastic waste for earrings and necklace accessories is one of the many waste handling options that have been completed by previous experts. Bank sampah bersinar Baleendah (BSB) is an association that often thinks about climate by collecting, organizing, measuring, and providing plastic waste to the authorities or the industry handling plastic waste so that it can be recycled. Repurposing plastic waste becomes an extra style. and the accessory components of earrings and necklaces are the goal of the Bank sampah bersinar Baleendah (BSB) because they see the great potential they have. Therefore, researchers analyzing waste banks agreed to make additional styles, recycling, and accessories, which can later be applied to  Bank Sampah bersinar Beleendah (BSB) with data search methods, namely interviews and direct observation as well as special methods in working on designs with experimental methods with simple tools at home. The results of this study will be a spelt for the Bank sampah bersinar Baleendah (BSB) to the community in the use of plastic waste recycling so that the community processes plastic waste independently.
Bodyshell kendaraan listrik sedan jenis sport untuk kebutuhan showcar Amirul Nefo
Productum: Jurnal Desain Produk (Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Produk) Vol 6, No 2 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/productum.v6i2.9488

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This study aims to obtain a sport electric vehicle bodyshell design that is specifically intended to fulfil the needs of a client in promoting his business activities based on electricity through the embodiment of an electric vehicle. This is motivated by the need to prove the company's ability to make an electric-based vehicle. The method used in this design was design by drawing, and at the end of the study the output was produced in the form of a sports sedan bodyshell prototype. The novelty of this research is the sporty image of electric vehicles. The conclusion of this study is that a sports sedan type electric vehicle can be used as a type of vehicle for showcar needs.
Pemosisian Desain Produk sebagai pendukung industri kerajinan: Tinjauan sudut pandang Pemerintah Indonesia tahun 1970-1980 Azizah Syafira; Achmad Syarief
Productum: Jurnal Desain Produk (Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Produk) Vol 6, No 2 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/productum.v6i2.8862

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Product design education was officially established in 1973 by the Department of Art Education at ITB. In this era, product design is ideally conceived as a discipline directly connected to the manufacturing industry, with its graduates professing to be industrial designers. The designs are intended to be manufactured on a mass scale. However, at the time, the manufacturing industry in Indonesia was still dominated by small-to medium-scale craft-based industries. Therefore, the conventional comprehension of product design was not fully concurrent with the Indonesian economic situation between 1970 and 1980 if adopted out of context. On other hand, some phenomena implied the intention of the Indonesian government to posit product design discipline as a support for the development of the craft industry through the involvement of several activities, such as training and exhibitions. This situation depicts the gap in knowledge between what was understood as the basis of product design education and the government's agenda for establishing product design in Indonesia. This research uses a historical approach to investigate documents and other resources regarding establishing a Product Design major in ITB. The resources studied to determine the positioning of product design in Indonesia from the perspective of the government's economic agenda at the time, that are discussed in this paper.
Pengembangan sentra penjualan dan desain kemasan untuk meningkatkan nilai tambah tanaman hias Ferdiansyah Ali; Yahya Dewanto; Budi Suyanto
Productum: Jurnal Desain Produk (Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Produk) Vol 6, No 2 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/productum.v6i2.6130

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Ciwalen Village, Sukaresmi District, Cianjur Regency, has the potential to become a center of economic growth as a floricultural village, not just to supply ornamental plants to Jakarta. Conditions like this are very profitable for owners of large land areas and with large capital. Another case is for farmers with limited land and small capital. They are only scattered among small traders selling ornamental plants on the sides of the road, only with a small amount of paper or plastic packaging. In this study, the aim was to establish a sales center and develop packaging designs. With the existence of a sales center, it is hoped that the sales system will be more focused and effective, as well as a solution to concentrate sales information on ornamental plants. The development of packaging design can expand the market share of ornamental plants. With an attractive and very personal packaging design, it will provide added value to ornamental plant products. The method used in this research is a qualitative research method that is inductive analysis. The research method consists of collecting, compiling, and describing various actual data, documents, and information. The discussion results show that the existence of sales centers, besides becoming a tourist destination, can also increase the selling value of ornamental plants. Meanwhile, product packaging increases the emotional appeal and influences purchasing decisions for ornamental plants.
Pemanfaatan logam mulia sebagai elemen estetis pada jam tangan berbahan kayu Ulin Royke Vincentius Febriyana; Ramadhan S Pernyata
Productum: Jurnal Desain Produk (Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Produk) Vol 6, No 2 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/productum.v6i2.8492

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The Indonesian government is seriously developing products made from endemic natural resources. One of the potential materials to be further developed is wood. The endangered Eusideroxylon Zwageri, commonly known in Indonesia as Ulin Wood, are an endangered flora species that is difficult to find outside the South-East Asia Region. The wood is commonly used for construction and building materials, causing massive exploitation and deforestation. The research initiated a new approach to making smaller products yet having higher economic values. By adding precious metals as the aesthetical elements, it is wished that the product could be classified as precious/semi-precious jewellery, thus elevating its economic value. The research employing method developed by Paul Harris involves the Define, Research, Ideate, Prototype, Select, Implement, and Learn stages. The CNC 3-axis Milling machine will be used to make the prototype. The results are a Wrist watch design with precious metal aesthetical elements. The prototypes are made considering technical boundaries, as the journal explains.
Perancangan produk jam dinding dengan material bonggol jagung Syarifah Ummu Hany Alatas; Dian Nitta Efafras; Agung Pramudya Wijaya
Productum: Jurnal Desain Produk (Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Produk) Vol 6, No 2 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/productum.v6i2.6177

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In general, the materials used in making wall clocks are metal, wood, and plastic. This research utilizes corn cobs as the main material for designing wall clock products that function as timepieces. With, through the design process of this research, a design by drawing approach was carried out which included the stages of analyzing existing industrial data, brainstorming to explore, define and conceptual criteria, as well as designing. Then, all three are formed into a sketch, and ends with making a product prototype. The purpose of this research is to be able to produce wall clock products made from corncobs as an innovation that can improve Indonesian industry, especially in the agro-industrial sector. The expected design result is that the role of this corncob-based wall clock can not only function as a timepiece. However, it can be one of the interior elements that builds good visual quality which in turn can support the atmosphere of the room and provide a novelty value by using corncob material in wall clock products.
Produk dakon serbuk kelapa dengan konstruksi kunci las Dwi Agus Susila
Productum: Jurnal Desain Produk (Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Produk) Vol 6, No 2 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/productum.v6i2.10410

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Dakon is a traditional Indonesian children's game made of wood, stone, plastic. This traditional game should be preserved. In the design of the product, it will be stylized into an interesting form by applying the methods of exploration, design and realization. The use of the exploration method is aimed at finding the source of ideas that are considered appropriate and then determined as the concept of creation. The design step is to summarize the results of exploration work in the form of selected sketches, then narrowed down into a work design. The next step is realization, a process of working with manual, portable and masinal tools. The realization activities in the wood workshop consist of material preparation, tool preparation, shaping, smoothing, finishing and weld lock construction. The result of the design is a dakon product from coconut wood powder, cobalt, catalyst, resin, nails, alteko glue, two millimeter thick multiplex, six millimeter and twelve millimeter cast iron.  The attractiveness of the product will pay attention to design, form, function, technique, buried with soil, and finishing with water-based paint brand Mowilex which emphasizes changes in the physical form of dakon. Thus the results of the research will be useful for the community, and open new insights into the application of the main materials used. In addition, the creation of this work is also proof that the ability to cultivate art and expression is one of the ways in which the dakon is created.

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