Design Knowledge: A Visual Guide

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Xlibris Corporation, Nov 13, 2014 - Technology & Engineering - 148 pages
Design research is a complex synthesis concerned with the design process, encompassing design epistemology, theoretical perspective, methodology, and method. The study of design research and its widespread applications began with the aspiration to scientize design. However, similar to its predecessors, such as sciences and arts, design has gradually been identified as an independent discipline that has formed its own intellectual characteristics of research process. Thus, design research collects design knowledge and applies creativity and innovation to invent things that do not yet exist. Design Knowledge provides a walk-through within the design research field of inquiry, incorporating somewhat paradoxical visual contexts.
 

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Audience
Methodology
Data Collection Methods
Data Recording Methods
Design
Digital Paper Prototypes
Conclusion
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About the author (2014)

Rojin Vishkaie completed her doctoral degree in computational media design. She also completed her master’s degree in industrial product design and bachelor’s degree in industrial design. Her design research interests have focused on the creation of artifacts, digital media, and games, specifically through the lens of user experience design and human-computer interaction. In particular, her doctoral research has focused on creating an interactive communication medium for the design review process using digital media. Her research studies appear in book, journal, and conference publications. In addition, she enjoys playing the piano, reading philosophy, volunteering for charities, abstract arts, and animated movies.

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