Design Methodology - Design Synthesis

Mogens Myrup Andreasen, A. D. Papanikolaon (Editor)

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Abstract

ABSTRACT Design Methodology shall be seen as our understanding of how to design; it is an early (emerging late 60ies) and original articulation of teachable and learnable methodics. The insight is based upon two sources: the nature of the designed artefacts and the nature of human designing. Today Design Methodology is part of our practice and our knowledge about designing, and it has been strongly supported by the establishing and work of a design research community. The aim of this article is to broaden the reader¿s view of designing and Design Methodology. This is done by sketching the development of Design Methodology through time and sketching some important approaches and methods. The development is mainly forced by changing industrial condition, by the growth of IT support for designing, but also by the growth of insight into designing created by design researchers.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedinggs of The 8th International Marine Design Conference
Place of PublicationAthen
PublisherNational Technical University of Athens
Publication date2003
Publication statusPublished - 2003
EventProceedinggs of The 8th International Marine Design Conference - Athens, May
Duration: 1 Jan 2003 → …

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ConferenceProceedinggs of The 8th International Marine Design Conference
CityAthens, May
Period01/01/2003 → …

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Andreasen, M. M., & Papanikolaon, A. D. (Ed.) (2003). Design Methodology - Design Synthesis. In Proceedinggs of The 8th International Marine Design Conference Athen: National Technical University of Athens.
Andreasen, Mogens Myrup ; Papanikolaon, A. D. (Editor). / Design Methodology - Design Synthesis. Proceedinggs of The 8th International Marine Design Conference. Athen : National Technical University of Athens, 2003.
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Andreasen, MM & Papanikolaon, AD (ed.) 2003, Design Methodology - Design Synthesis. in Proceedinggs of The 8th International Marine Design Conference. National Technical University of Athens, Athen, Proceedinggs of The 8th International Marine Design Conference, Athens, May, 01/01/2003.

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Proceedinggs of The 8th International Marine Design Conference. Athen : National Technical University of Athens, 2003.

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Andreasen MM, Papanikolaon AD, (ed.). Design Methodology - Design Synthesis. In Proceedinggs of The 8th International Marine Design Conference. Athen: National Technical University of Athens. 2003