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Valuing the Intuitive: Reintroducing Design Into Interior Design Education

Christopher Budd
2011 Journal of Interior Design  
I believe that it is incredibly important to emerge from an undergraduate program with the ability to cultivate leadership skills and apply critical thinking.  ...  Are we developing the right mix of traits in our design students?  ...  If design is really based on one overarching principle, it should be the development of the human experience and not solely on what can be empirically evidenced, measured, or proven.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1939-1668.2011.01059.x fatcat:hpijveoyejhajmxg77sfucyuwy

40 Years of Designing Code Comprehension Experiments: A Systematic Mapping Study [article]

Marvin Wyrich, Justus Bogner, Stefan Wagner
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Additionally, designing rigorous experiments with human participants is a challenging task, and the multitude of design decisions and options can make it difficult for researchers to select a suitable  ...  While this is great for advancing the field, the number of publications makes it difficult to keep an overview.  ...  "empirical evaluations of program comprehension (and human factors in general) are difficult to conduct".  ... 
arXiv:2206.11102v1 fatcat:ild6sa4dc5bfpkbgsiiwj77mce

Design and Evaluation

1998 D-Lib Magazine  
One bit of suggestive evidence comes from informal analysis of the same publication in which the Windows 95 results were reported, the Proceedings of the 1996 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing  ...  The evidence for this observation comes from the myriad problems cited above in this report and at the workshop organized by the steering committee, from systematic empirical studies cited in this chapter  ... 
doi:10.1045/july98-nationalacademy fatcat:3lmvs5wsqbc3bhfovdcoe6zc44

Engineering design thinking, teaching, and learning

C.L. Dynn, A.M. Agogino, O. Eris, D.D. Frey, L.J. Leifer
2006 IEEE Engineering Management Review  
What is a safe product? What do you mean by cheap? How do you define the best? Questioning is clearly an integral part of design.  ...  G handle uncertainty; G make decisions; G think as part of a team in a social process; and G think and communicate in the several languages of design. A.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors are grateful to Robin Adams for providing an advance copy of a forthcoming survey of the current state of engineering design education [126] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/emr.2006.1679078 fatcat:ogwflx5c4bacvenexabiojwwwy

Engineering Design Thinking, Teaching, and Learning

Clive L. Dym, Alice M. Agogino, Ozgur Eris, Daniel D. Frey, Larry J. Leifer
2005 Journal of Engineering Education  
What is a safe product? What do you mean by cheap? How do you define the best? Questioning is clearly an integral part of design.  ...  G handle uncertainty; G make decisions; G think as part of a team in a social process; and G think and communicate in the several languages of design. A.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors are grateful to Robin Adams for providing an advance copy of a forthcoming survey of the current state of engineering design education [126] .  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2168-9830.2005.tb00832.x fatcat:2mpdy7ooenaevk6alquu3hhpre

Legal Compliance by Design (LCbD) and through Design (LCtD): Preliminary Survey

Pompeu Casanovas, Jorge González-Conejero, Louis de Koker
2017 International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems  
The purpose of this paper is twofold: (i) carrying out a preliminary survey of the literature and research projects on Compliance by Design (CbD); and (ii) clarifying the double process of (a) extending  ...  The recent deployment of ethical views, and the implementation of general principles of privacy and data protection lead to the conclusion that, in order to appropriately define legal compliance, Compliance  ...  Law and Policy Program of the Australian Government-funded Data to Decisions Cooperative Research Centre (; Meta-Rule of Law DER2016-78108-P, Research of Excellence, Spain.  ... 
dblp:conf/jurix/CasanovasGK17 fatcat:5jccq3z3enghtgmyrwu2sbrfay

Designing personalised instruction: A research and design framework

Natalia Kucirkova, Libby Gerard, Marcia C. Linn
2021 British Journal of Educational Technology  
Advances in technology have increased the opportunities for designers to personalise instruction based on student actions.  ...  We conducted semi-structured interviews with an international sample of educational professionals including researchers, teachers and designers, and reviewed interdisciplinary literature on personalisation  ...  The agency paradox is likely to become more pronounced in future iterations of personalised design and instruction, as the decision-making is performed not only by human but also non-human actors such  ... 
doi:10.1111/bjet.13119 fatcat:mcs6tgetvfcvpjct6m5xrnhbma

Designed Generalization from Qualitative Research

Ian Falk, John Guenther
2021 The Qualitative Report  
form of evidence in policy decisions.  ...  The "official" methodological literature on generalizing from qualitative research is epitomized by Lincoln and Guba's (1985) still oft quoted, "The only generalization is: there is no generalization"  ...  In summary, the process is captured in this diagram which shows a series of qualitative research iterations which are firstly based on an NTS, then tested with theory and empirical evidence.  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2021.4644 fatcat:noxw6dww2jbwfaegcnslgi2w4e

Interaction Design and Children

Juan Pablo Hourcade
2007 Foundations and Trends® in Human–Computer Interaction  
This is followed by a review of design principles obtained through experiences in developing technologies for children as well as research studies.  ...  It also examines the significance of research on children's cognitive development in terms of perception, memory, symbolic representation, problem solving, and language.  ...  Language Human brains appear to be best suited for learning languages early in life. An example of this comes from learning a second language.  ... 
doi:10.1561/1100000006 fatcat:th26gmtncrdwdikbcqilv6kpae

Children's agency by design: Design parameters for personalization in story-making apps

Natalia Kucirkova
2019 International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction  
Acknowledgments The development and impact evaluation of Our Story was funded by the Open University, UK. EIT Food has funded an upgrade of the app in 2019.  ...  The author is indebted to the many researchers, teachers/practitioners, parents/caregivers and children who have used the Our Story app and participated in related research studies.  ...  A participatory impact analysis follows a constructivist rather than positivist view of evidence and is co-created with the stakeholders who are involved in the program [e.g., 65].  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijcci.2019.06.003 fatcat:ydlcbg6lzzgndgsfv7exlyqkkm

Using Design Thinking to improve Strategic Decisions during Collaborative Sensemaking

2019 Conference proceedings of the Design Management Academy  
Human cognitive limitations affect strategic decision-making. One of such effects is emergence of cognitive biases, deviations from rationality in judgment.  ...  The study indicated that newly introduced design-thinking tools did not have the expected positive influence on decision-making.  ...  Acknowledgements Ekaterina Kotina would like to thank Tua Björklund from Aalto University for the contribution on this topic.  ... 
doi:10.33114/adim.2017.74 fatcat:suriidj4f5frddl4mhkicn63n4

Designing Engaging Learning Experiences in Programming [chapter]

Chris Martin, Janet Hughes, John Richards
2018 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
Decision-making is one of the core programming competencies that was delivered and enacted by the learners at various points in the workshop.  ...  One of the interesting findings in this study was evidence of emotional engagement in the task of programming the robot.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-94640-5_12 fatcat:tgg7vmpryrfvhhhsn7ryak5k6y

Citizen Design Science: A strategy for crowd-creative urban design

Johannes Mueller, Hangxin Lu, Artem Chirkin, Bernhard Klein, Gerhard Schmitt
2018 Cities  
The last decades in urban design research are characterised by a focus on technological aspects of cities which is commonly known as the smart city strategy.  ...  We show examples of existing approaches of Citizen Design Science and present the Quick Urban Analysis Kit (qua-kit) as an application of this methodology.  ...  Acknowledgements The research was conducted at the Future Cities Laboratory at the Singapore-ETH Centre, which was established collaboratively between ETH Zurich and Singapore's National Research Foundation  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cities.2017.08.018 fatcat:7hjkyhcdfrgwpbb5g347tyfzli

Teachers as Co-designers: Scientific and Colloquial Evidence on Teacher Professional Development and Curriculum Innovation [chapter]

Hanna Westbroek, Bregje de Vries, Amber Walraven, Adam Handelzalts, Susan McKenney
2019 Collaborative Curriculum Design for Sustainable Innovation and Teacher Learning  
Therefore, and particularly in view of the increased attention to collaborative design in educational practice, the study presented here was undertaken to explore what empirical evidence is available about  ...  Therefore, in this study we address the following question: From the perspectives of practitioners and researchers, respectively, what do empirical studies say about the processes of collaborative design  ...  Open Access This chapter is licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (, which permits use, sharing, adaptation,  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-20062-6_3 fatcat:7zds4q5d3vej5ivhikipfnxdyi

Capable design or designing capabilities? An exploration of service design as an emerging organizational capability in Telenor – Martinkenaite

Ieva Martinkenaite, Karl Joachim Breunig, Annita Fjuk
2017 Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation  
This empirical paper examines a process, starting with the managerial decision to make service design an organizational capability, and follows it as it unfolds over time within one organization.  ...  Through a longitudinal, exploratory case study of service design practices in one of the world's largest telecommunications companies, we explicate mechanisms through which service design evolves into  ...  As put by one of the senior managers, "a degree of autonomy in decision making that is not tied to the usual corporate decision process is needed to translate an agile way of working into an actual outcome  ... 
doi:10.7341/20171313 fatcat:4jpfvp7m4jdvldl667hxtdte7u
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