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id cdc2008_323
authors Quijada, Rodrigo Martin
year 2008
title Reality-Informed-Design (RID); A framework for design process
source First International Conference on Critical Digital: What Matters(s)? - 18-19 April 2008, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge (USA), pp. 323-328
summary The “action” of design is an integration process, in which values, information of different kinds and data leads to a physical object of “design”. This integration process is non-linear and multiple objectives aimed, producing complex requirements to computer programs. RID systems intend to develop a new tool for the design process, using an evolving structure in the perspective to introduce basic levels of “self-awareness” in the design process to relate analogue and digital tools. This paper proposes an interpretation of the design process, a model for it and the first ideas for a possible new generation of “self awareness” design software.
email rmartin@lauca.usach.cl
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