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The Design Process

Author : Karl Aspelund
ISBN : 9781609018382
Genre : Design
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Offering a guided tour through the seven major stages of the design process, Karl Aspelund provides inspiration and real-world perspectives.

Communication In The Design Process

Author : Stephen A. Brown
ISBN : 9781135802226
Genre : Architecture
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The Design and Construction industry is in a state of attempted change. Improvement is a key word for employer, consultant and contractor. Real steps forward are slow, and most damning is the continuous repetition of the same mistakes. Communication in the Design Process considers the gap that can exist between client expectation and realisation in building projects. It focuses on the communication interface between the employer and the consultant design team, and specifically on the areas of function, finance, timescale and aesthetics. This book includes an extensive review of current thinking and guidance on this and other related subjects. New data is obtained from a survey using questionnaires and personal semi-structured interviews. Data is presented graphically, analysed and compared with practice as defined in current literature.

Fashion Thinking

Author : Fiona Dieffenbacher
ISBN : 9782940411719
Genre : Design
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Fashion Thinking is a groundbreaking investigation into the thinking behind the fashion design process.

Engineering Design Process

Author : Yousef Haik
ISBN : 9781337515290
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Readers gain a clear understanding of engineering design as ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS, 3E outlines the process into five basic stages -- requirements, product concept, solution concept, embodiment design and detailed design. Designers discover how these five stages can be seamlessly integrated. The book illustrates how the design methods can work together coherently, while the book’s supporting exercises and labs help learners navigate the design process. The text leads the beginner designer from the basics of design with very simple tasks -- the first lab involves designing a sandwich -- all the way through more complex design needs. This effective approach to the design model equips learners with the skills to apply engineering design concepts both to conventional engineering problems as well as other design problems. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Architectural Thought

Author : Michael Brawne
ISBN : 9780750658515
Genre : Architecture
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An introduction to architectural thought, this text is a thorough and accessible discussion in search of the principles of the design process. Documenting the non-verbal processes and decisions that architects and designers make is a difficult task, but one that is important when trying to understand the development of architectural design through the ages. Michael Brawne uses his experience as a practicing architect, academic and educator to provide an overview of the subject. By looking at the practices and buildings of architects past and present he incorporates history and philosophy in the search for a theory of design. * Provides a well-rounded look at the development of architectural thought. * Written at a level that is accessible for professionals and students. * Illustrates how the design process has developed from antiquity to the present day.

Managing The Design Process Concept Development

Author : Terry Lee Stone
ISBN : 9781610580663
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This book offers designers a vast collection of inspiring and innovative graphic works from the world of music. The main emphasis is on music graphics including album/CD covers and inside spreads, packaging, posters, and other sales materials from the past decade. Music makes the world go 'round, and great album designs generate sales for the record companies that back the artists. By showing diverse album graphics from the last decade, designers get a glimpse into what makes or breaks album sales and just how risky the content can be before it goes too far. Many designers hope to break into the music business by way of design, and this collection will offer insight and inspiration for those venturing in. This book is a compendium of all types of graphically appealing album art, covering all kinds of music and music developers.

How Designers Think

Author : Bryan Lawson
ISBN : 9781483142111
Genre : Architecture
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How Designers Think: The Designing Process Demystified, Second Edition provides a comprehensive discussion of the psychology of the design process. The book is comprised of 15 chapters that are organized into three parts. The text first discusses the fundamentals of the concept of designer, designing, and design. The second part deals with design problems, including its components, model, and solutions. The last part covers the cognitive aspect of designing; the coverage of this part includes the philosophes, strategies, and tactics of design. The book will be of great interest to both students and instructors of architecture, planning, and industrial and interior design.

Design Processes

Author : W. A. Poelman
ISBN : 9781586039455
Genre : Architecture
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Technologies enabling computers to process specific languages facilitate economic and political progress of societies where these languages are spoken. Development of methods and systems for language processing is therefore a worthy goal for national governments as well as for business entities and scientific and educational institutions in every country in the world. As work on systems and resources for the 'lower-density' languages becomes more widespread, an important question is how to leverage the results and experience accumulated by the field of computational linguistics for the major languages in the development of resources and systems for lower-density languages. This issue has been at the core of the NATO Advanced Studies Institute on language technologies for middle- and low-density languages held in Georgia in October 2007. This publication is a collection - of publication-oriented versions - of the lectures presented there and is a useful source of knowledge about many core facets of modern computational-linguistic work. By the same token, it can serve as a reference source for people interested in learning about strategies that are best suited for developing computational-linguistic capabilities for lesser-studied languages either 'from scratch' or using components developed for other languages. The book should also be quite useful in teaching practical system- and resource-building topics in computational linguistics.

Just Enough Research

Author : Erika Hall
ISBN : 0133964396
Genre : Human-computer interaction
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Approaching Urban Design

Author : Marion Roberts
ISBN : 9781317884750
Genre : Political Science
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This companion to Introducing Urban Design: Interventions and Responses shows how the principles and concepts of urban design can be applied and implemented in a range of real-world settings.

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