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Design thinking for interiors : inquiry, experience, impact

Author: Joy Hook Dohr; Margaret Portillo
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, ©2011.
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Take a holistic approach to contemporary interior design. The interior design process is changing. In order to create truly engaging work, designers are developing a deeper and broader understanding  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joy Hook Dohr; Margaret Portillo
ISBN: 9780470569016 0470569018
OCLC Number: 682145484
Description: xxiii, 291 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction to design engagement : A starting point ; Design engagement framework ; Schools of thought ; Looking back, looking forward --
Why narrative inquiry? : Arriving at narrative ; Holistic systems approach ; Supporting evidence-based design ; Premises of design narratives ; Types of design narratives --
Narrative inquiry for design learning, research, and practice --
Impact marker: process of engagement : Engaging the self ; Ways of design thinking ; Visualizing, forming, and construction ; Engaging as a design team --
Impact marker: contextual civility : Introducing contextual civility ; Related themes from the literature ; Security and safety ; Community service, nonprofits, and service learning ; Final thoughts on contextual civility --
Impact marker: empathy : Origins of empathy ; Related themes from the literature ; Design sensibilities ; Final thoughts on empathy --
Impact marker: place identity : Exploring place identity ; Range of authenticity ; Vernacular design ; Related themes form the literature ; Place identity beyond geographic context ; Exploring historically significant places ; Place identity in thematic design --
Impact marker: innovation : Exploring innovation ; Related themes from the literature ; Leaps and adaptations ; Forms of creative engagement --
Impact marker: maturation : Origins of design maturation ; Users and public influence ; Development issues for beginning designers --
An epilogue integrating impact markers : Where do we go from here? ; Summing up impact markers ; Achieving balance while embracing opposites ; Emerging issues and gaps ; Summing up design thinking ; Ten ways of advancing the discipline --
Using a narrative approach : Review of narrative types ; Finding a topic ; Criteria fro case selection ; Employing mixed methods ; Crafting well-grounded narratives ; Critically engaging the literature.
Responsibility: Joy H. Dohr and Margaret Portillo.

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