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Design Activity as a Unifying Lens on Design: The Triple Process

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Various models of design activity and design work have been described, from informational to creative. However, there is a distinct need for a unifying perspective able to bring these disparate models together. I will explore how the different aspects of design activity could be unified and describe the first steps in this effort. In particular, I draw on a number of studies of design activity in order to propose a model linking information, knowledge, and conceptualisation processes. Together these differing perspectives provide a basis to unify models of design activity and as the foundation for developing more scientific and methodologically rigorous design research.

This talk is part of the Methodology in design research series.

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