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Collaborative Design : Proceedings of Codesigning 2000 - Stephen A.R. Scrivener

Collaborative Design

Proceedings of Codesigning 2000

By: Stephen A.R. Scrivener (Editor), Linden J. Ball (Editor), Andree Woodcock (Editor)

Paperback Published: 26th July 2000
ISBN: 9781852333416
Number Of Pages: 546

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Design occurs in a rich social context where the effectiveness and efficiency of social interaction and collective performance are key to successful outcomes. Increasingly, design is being explored and developed as a collective, collaborative, participatory, and even community process. The heightened recognition of designing as a social process has stimulated interest in collaborative design.
This book contains the proceedings of the international conference "CoDesigning 2000" held in Coventry, England, September 2000. During this meeting exponents from a wide range of design domains came together to present and discuss perspectives on and new knowledge and understanding of collaborative design, and the evidence for enhanced design performance through collaboration.
Within this volume different motivations for, conceptions of, and findings about collaborative design are addressed in 50 contributions by different research groups. Structured into 6 sections according to the main fields of interest, it provides a survey of the state of scientifically based knowledge and trends emerging from collaborative design research and their implications for a wide range of domains.

List of Contributors
Generative Tools for Co-designingp. 3
Mind that User's Mind: Incorporating Cultural Difference to User-centred Design Approachesp. 17
Co-designing: Designers and Ergonomicsp. 27
Creating Enhanced User Experiences: The Designer is a 'Co-operator' by Facilitating Communicationp. 37
Project-related Development of Building Products as a Co-operative Processp. 49
Symmetry In Design Participation in the Built Environment: Experiences and insights from Education and Practicep. 59
Does 'inclusive design' Require an Inclusive Design Process?p. 71
For the Love of the People: Participatory Design in a Community Contextp. 81
Games and Movies: Towards Innovative Co-design with Usersp. 93
Working Anywhere: Co-design Through Participationp. 101
Structured Methods and Creativity: A Happy Dutch Marriagep. 111
24hr Design and Development: An Engine Design Projectp. 119
Developing an Integrated Approach to Supplier Design Activity Within the UK Textile and Clothing Industryp. 137
Integrating Collaborative Design Processes: Case Studies for Global Fashion Marketplacesp. 145
An Evaluation of Inter-company Networks for New Product Developmentp. 155
Ecodesign Integration: Putting the Co into Ecodesignp. 163
Co-designing Against Crimep. 173
The Designer as Innovatorp. 183
Insights into Customer Delightp. 195
Collaborating with Elderly End-users in the Design Processp. 205
Imagery as a Private Experience and Architectural Teamworkp. 223
Interaction and Entrainment in Collaborative Design Meetingsp. 233
The Influence of Co-designers on the Generation and Evaluation of Solution Alternativesp. 243
Small Group Design Activity and Requirements on Collaborative Technologiesp. 253
Comparing the Process Characteristics of Graphic and Sentential Idea-generation Techniques for Design Groupsp. 261
Making a Drama out of a Process: How Television Represents Designingp. 269
Matching Descriptions of Team Designp. 279
Analysing the Activity of Multidisciplinary Teams in the Early Stages of Conceptual Design: Method and Measuresp. 289
Tracking the Design Trajectory of an Innovative Electronics Engineering Projectp. 299
One Step Forward and Three Back: A Study of the Patterns of Interdisciplinary Conceptual Designp. 307
An Analysis of Design Communication with and Without Computer Mediationp. 329
Sharing Design Ideas: Conversational Grounding in Collaborative Designp. 339
Using Media-mechanism Shifts to Uncover Design Communication Needsp. 349
Videoconferencing to Support Designing at a Distancep. 359
Communication and Management Issues in International Collaborative Designp. 369
Persuasive Artefacts in Architectural Design and Planningp. 379
Collaboratively Designing Within the Designp. 391
Collaborative Designing in a Networked Learning Environmentp. 411
Co-designing over the Netp. 421
Writing and Sharing of Rule-text Heuristics to Support Dispersed Design Communitiesp. 431
A Collaborative Design Studio: Architecture and Prototypep. 439
Consumer-designer Interaction Through a Generative Design Mediump. 451
Look Who's Talking: Developing Communication and Negotiation Skills Through Design Educationp. 465
The Search for a New Paradigm for Practice and Educationp. 477
Developing an Integrated Approach to Product Designp. 485
Undergraduate Design Project Utilising Users as a Design Resource: A Case Studyp. 493
Co-designing among Sixth-formersp. 501
Collective Action for Design Learning: An Investigation in the Design School Studiop. 513
Disrupting Isolation: Exposing Distance Learning Students to Cultural Differencesp. 525
Design Practice in New Zealand: Seeking the Basis for a Teaching Programme Coursep. 533
Author Indexp. 545
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ISBN: 9781852333416
ISBN-10: 1852333413
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 546
Published: 26th July 2000
Publisher: Springer London Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.92
Weight (kg): 0.79