Design process : similarities and differences
Popovic, Vesna & Kraal, Ben J. (2010) Design process : similarities and differences. In Dorst, Kees, Stewart, Susan, Staudinger, Ilka, Paton, Bec, & Dong, Andy (Eds.) Proceedings of Design Thinking Research Symposium 8, DAB documents, University of Technology, Sydney, NSW, pp. 337-345.
The research is based on studying the early stage of the design process. It aims to identify differences in design approaches across two design domains. The research is based on the analysis of the observational data from the conceptual stage of (i) product and (ii) software design process. The activities captured from the analysis of the design process are utilized to outline similarities and differences across the two domains. This will contribute to a better understanding of the connections between, and integration of, design process variables, and to a better understanding of design expertise transfer to other domain (e.g., science or nursing).
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