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Insights from Expert Software Design Practice

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Software is a designed artifact. In other design disciplines, such as architecture, there is a well-established tradition of design studies which inform not only the discipline itself but also tool design, processes, and collaborative work. This talk will consider software from such a ‘design studies’ perspective, presenting a series of observations from empirical studies of expert software designers, and drawing on examples from actual professional practice. It will consider what experts’ mental imagery, software visualisations, and sketches suggest about software design thinking. It will also discuss some of the deliberate practices experts use to promote innovation. Finally, it will open discussion on the tensions between observed software design practices and received methodology in software engineering.

This talk is part of the Wednesday Seminars - Department of Computer Science and Technology series.

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