Design Representation - Goldschmidt, Gabriela / Porter, William L. (eds.)
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"...there is a global network of academics, researchers and methodologists who will buy this book or want it in their institute libraries." Prof. John Harbraken "As the field of human computer interaction grows, this book is likely to be a basic resource." Prof. Chuck Eastman Design representation is necessary for all design activity. You will gain a guide to both theory and practical application in this discussion of representation as it occurs during the process of design. Goldschmidt and Porter give you perspectives on representational issues in design that are both informative and…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
"...there is a global network of academics, researchers and methodologists who will buy this book or want it in their institute libraries." Prof. John Harbraken "As the field of human computer interaction grows, this book is likely to be a basic resource." Prof. Chuck Eastman Design representation is necessary for all design activity. You will gain a guide to both theory and practical application in this discussion of representation as it occurs during the process of design. Goldschmidt and Porter give you perspectives on representational issues in design that are both informative and evocative of further inquiry. The unique interdisciplinary approach brings a new dimension to the study of representation, benefiting the global network of researchers, students and practitioners in all areas of design. Rather than addressing the larger framework directly, a series of smaller case studies are presented, each dealing with aspects of representation in architecture and engineering. Binding together historical-cultural, cognitive-social and technological perspectives eliminates the need for further reading. Innovative research methods based on numerous well-illustrated examples will leave you with new ideas to build on. International contributors focus on worldwide research activities, offering you more than just an expansion of a single viewpoint. Design Representation delves into the common roots of representation in all design disciplines through case studies, historical investigations, theoretical constructs and programming. If you are involved in any design activity, this will be a truly exciting addition to your bookshelf.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • Erscheinungstermin: Januar 2004
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 242mm x 162mm x 20mm
  • Gewicht: 525g
  • ISBN-13: 9781852337537
  • ISBN-10: 1852337532
  • Artikelnr.: 12633704
Autorenporträt
Gabriela Goldschmidt, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel / William L. Porter, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA
Inhaltsangabe
Part 1 - From the Perspective of Architecture; Distance and Depth; Graphic Representation as Reconstructive Memory: Stirling's German Museum Projects; Designer's Object Part 2 - From the Perspective of Engineering: Distributed Cognition in Engineering Design: Negotiating between Abstract and Material Representations; Design Representations in Critical Situations of Product Development; Impromptu Prototyping and Artefacting: Representing Design Ideas through Things at Hand, Actions, and Talk Part 3 - Beyond Disciplinary Perspectives; Cognitive Catalysis: Sketches for a Time-lagged Brain; The Thoughtful Mark Maker-Representational Design Skills in the Post-information Age; Design Representation: Private Process, Public Image.
Rezensionen
"...there is a global network of academics, researchers and methodologists who will buy this book or want it in their institute libraries." Prof. John Harbraken

" As the field of Human Computer Interaction grows, this book is likely to be a basic resource." Prof. Chuck Eastman