Telling The Design Story

Author: Amy Huber
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1351849212
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Including chapter by chapter exercises, project briefs, and forms, this is an essential resource for students and practicing designers alike.

Construction Graphics

Author: Keith A. Bisharat
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471219835
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Therefore builders — whose responsibilities include interpreting the plans that
design professionals create, determining the means and methods of construction,
and executing construction work in a safe and profitable manner — must have a
thorough understanding of the graphics ... Challenges. Facing. the. Design.
Professional: Telling. a. Complicated. Story. Architects and engineers have the
very challenging task of conceiving solutions to the complex design problems
their clients ...

Design And The Digital Divide

Author: Alan F. Newell
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
ISBN: 1608457400
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The concept of prestored phrases was further developed in the design of systems
that facilitated extended conversations that were appropriate for a range of
situations including story telling and giving lectures. Most AAC systems used
synthetic speech, and we investigated how the prosody of synthetic speech could
be controlled to allow emotional tone to be signaled within a spoken message.
By the beginning of the 21st Century, many commercially available AAC devices
included ...

Experience Centered Design

Author: Peter Charles Wright
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
ISBN: 1608450449
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In Chapter 3,wearguedthat story ornarrative is agoodway tocapture
anddescribelivedexperience. Indeed, we noted that according to Bruner it is the
only way. With respect to design, we considered the use of story as a
representation of and a focus for inquiry into people's experience, noting that the
stories people tell about their experience can influence design in a number of
ways.They put people's lived experienceat the centre ofdesign,drawing
designers further into an empathic ...

Landscape Narratives

Author: Matthew Potteiger
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471124863
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This book establishes a comprehensive framework for understanding the elements, processes, and forms of landscape narratives.

Groupware Design Implementation And Use

Author: Luis Carriço
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642042155
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In this study we propose that when elicited from groups instead of individuals, the
number of stories generated, the uniqueness and the comprehensiveness of the
stories is likely to increase. A lab experiment design is delineated and partially
completed. Future research will need to be conducted to determine conclusions.
Keywords: Requirements elicitation, user stories, group story telling. 1
Introduction Software development remains a challenging process with nearly
half of the ...

Universal Design

Author: Roberta Null
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1466505303
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This book revision represents my networking experiences in the journey of telling
the story of universal design (UD). I have learned to appreciate the contributions
of a wonderful group of design professionals and professional groups who share
the goal of making the world a better place for everyone. In the late 60s, I started
teaching housing and design classes at Purdue University. As part of my
professional development as a new faculty member, I joined and became an
active ...

Photopedia

Author: Michael R. Miller
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 9780132714303
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Following these principles of good composition won't guarantee that you'll create
a great photograph, but they will help you move in that direction. A good
photograph has both strength and clarity. Its strength is the ability to capture the
viewer's attention; its clarity is the ability to focus and maintain that attention. You
achieve strength and clarity by following a few basic design principles: Tell a
story. Make your photo more than just an isolated snapshot. Focus on a dominant
element.

Designing Communities

Author: Wolff-Michael Roth
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401155623
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... practice itself. Such a situationis explicit inthe following account of students'
trajectories of competence in one aspect ofan engineering language game (“
triangles”). The second section ofthischapter isdevoted to teacher questioning
that scaffolded students' story telling so thatthey told increasingly
complexengineering design stories. Finally, in the third section, evidenceis
presentedthat illustrate how wholeclass conversations served tobuild and extend
engineering design discourse.

Oliver Lansley Les Enfants Terribles Collected Plays

Author: Oliver Lansley
Publisher: Oberon Books
ISBN: 1849437254
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With any new design process comes the opportunity to open up a world of
different ideas and new approaches to telling stories. When designing Ernest the
question was how could I use these findings to capture each character's life,
telling their physical and emotional journey and the various twists and turns,
through a series of visual events and motifs. The idea that all may not be what it
at first seems was a concept l was interested in exploring further in my design
process.