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|Title:||Collaboration and Scope Areas of Changing Co-Design Approaches in the Formation of Design Criteria||Authors:||Fakıbaba Dedeoğlu, Esin
Multiple Design Collaboration
|Issue Date:||2020||Publisher:||Karadeniz Technical University||Source:||DEDEOĞLU, E. F., and YALCİN, M. COLLABORATION AND SCOPE AREAS OF CHANGING CO-DESIGN APPROACHES IN THE FORMATION OF DESIGN CRITERIA. Wood Industry and Engineering, 2(2), 80-90.||Abstract:||Nowadays, new trends see design education not as a discipline shaped by a perfectionist form approach; but as a collaborative holistic, sharing, and exploratory approach. The aim of this study is to develop a perspective on Furniture development and formation in today’s world within the innovative, collaborative holistic, ever-evolving process design approaches that have been developing and diversifying since the 90s. (Burnett 2009; Rylander 2009; Sanders & Stappers, 2008). It is not possible for a single design discipline to answer the scale or complexity of the design problems we face today and seek to provide solutions. Considering that experimental, virtual and real mixed areas will be designed in the future; it is not possible to ignore the fact that areas that work in collaboration with integrated disciplines in the field of design and work with an understanding of common gain will spread. Co-Design expertise/disciplines are involved in the design and production of furniture; many design disciplines such as Communication design, interface design, brand design, graphic design, digital design, system design, transformation design, organizational design and space design require simultaneous/joint/integrated work because of the effort to create the holistic values of design. By proposing a roadmap for the development of design-based professions, these forms of expansion create new areas of design activity where designers facilitate creative collaborations. The research method in the study in which qualitative research method is used can be defined as “explanatory case study”. In line with the purpose of the study, one of the qualitative data collection tools, “document analysis” technique was used.||URI:||https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11851/4114
|Appears in Collections:||İç Mimarlık ve Çevre Tasarımı Bölümü / Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design|
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