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DESIGNERS' IDENTITY: SKILLS' SELF-PERCEPTION AND EXPECTATION IN DESIGN STUDENTS
Proceedings of the DESIGN 2018 15th International Design Conference
Designers' Professional Identity (DPI) combines social-and self-perceptive awareness through which one is able to identify as a designer. However, self-perception can be different from the expectations associated with an ideal designer, especially during education. Thus, this paper reports a survey where self-perceived design skills and expectation are compared at different points in a design education. Findings indicate that changes in mindset modify the alignment between self-perception anddoi:10.21278/idc.2018.0116 fatcat:vnrjncktajb6zb7pktzcfcivyy