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Title: Designing design exercises – from theory to creativity and real-world use
Authors: Kotze, P
Purgathofer, P
Keywords: Human-computer interaction
HCI
Interaction design
Laseau's graphic thinking
HCIEd 2009
CONVIVIO
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: Kotze, P and Purgathofer, P. 2009. Designing design exercises – from theory to creativity and real-world use. HCIEd 2009. Aveiro, Portugal, 29 - 30 March 2009, pp 42-59
Abstract: This paper discusses a framework for design exercises for interaction design and HCI based on two theoretical frameworks and a set of knowledge transformers. The model scope design exercises on a continuum ranging from creativity to real-world use based on the argument that students must experience design to enable them to learn effectively
Description: HCIEd 2007. Aveiro, Portugal, 29 - 30 March 2009
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3347
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ICT in education, youth, gender
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