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Design Research: Methods and Perspectives

In dit boek verzamelt Brenda Laurel (red.) in 36 artikelen materiaal voor ontwerpers op zoek naar manieren om ontwerpprocessen en -methoden beter te integreren met onderzoeksactiviteiten: van mensgerichte onderzoeksmethoden tot formele experimenten, procesmodellen en de toepassing ervan bij echte ontwerpproblemen.

Brenda Laurel (red.)

The MIT Press

2003

0262122634

Boek

Tauzero

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Amazon

"The goal of the book is to introduce designers to the many research tools that can be used to inform design as well as to ideas about how and when to deploy them effectively. The chapter authors come from diverse institutions and enterprises, including Stanford University, MIT, Intel, Maxis, Studio Anybody, Sweden's HUMlab, and Big Blue Dot. Each has something to say about how designers make themselves better at what they do through research, and illustrates it with real world examples--case studies, anecdotes, and images. Topics of this multi-voice conversation include qualitative and quantitative methods, performance ethnography and design improvisation, trend research, cultural diversity, formal and structural research practice, tactical discussions of design research process, and case studies drawn from areas as unique as computer games, museum information systems, and movies. Interspersed throughout the book are one-page 'demos', snapshots of the design research experience. Design Research charts the paths from research methods to research findings to design principles to design results and demonstrates the transformation of theory into a richly satisfying and more reliably successful practice."


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