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Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Design Creativity (ICDC 2020)
The analysis of conversations maintained during the design activity can help to gain a better insight into design thinking and its relation to creativity. A semantic analysis approach was employed to inspect the content of communications and information exchange between students and instructors. The goal was to explore design conversations in terms of Abstraction, Polysemy, Information Content and Semantic Similarity measures, and analyse their relation to the creativity of final designdoi:10.35199/icdc.2020.43 fatcat:xostjqycirf3rfh6radzroxpda