The Design Way: Intentional Change in an Unpredictable World : Foundations and Fundamentals of Design Competence

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Educational Technology, 2003 - 327 pagina's
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A ground-breaking, multi-disciplinary volume describing the essence of all design fields, ranging from artistic design to systems design, to educational or instructional design.
 

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Prelude
1
The First Tradition
9
Foundations
27
Fig 38 Churchmans Planning Categories with Focus
103
Fig 310 Design Palette Consisting of Types of Systems
109
Fig 41 Dimensions of Whole
118
Fig 43 Critique of Wholes
129
Fundamentals
131
Fig 81 Client Judgments
191
Fig 83 Dimensions of Core Judgment
201
Fig 91 The Alchemy Process
211
Fig 96 Design Problem Solving
216
Fig 101 Examples of Tensions in the Design Process
231
Metaphysics
237
Fig 121 Paradoxes of Design
257
Fig 131 Value and Meaning Making in Design
275

Fig 51 Default Options and the Intentional Option
136
Fig 52 A Desideratum Expressed through Three Forms
143
Fig 61 Design Interpretation and Meaning
158
Fig 71 Design Communication
175
Character and Competence
289
Fig Vl Hierarchy of Designer Qualitiesthe 7 cs
293
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Over de auteur (2003)

Harold G. Nelson was 2009--2010 Nierenberg Distinguished Professor of Design at Carnegie Mellon University and is currently Senior Instructor in the Graduate School of Business and Public Policy at the Naval Postgraduate School and President of the Advanced Design Institute.

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