Augmenting Pen and Paper to Support Creative Collaboration in Design Education

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Publication Conference Paper, peer reviewed
Title Augmenting Pen and Paper to Support Creative Collaboration in Design Education
Author(s) Peterson, Bo ; Pettersson, Mårten ; Malmborg, Lone
Date 2007-09
English abstract
This paper suggests design concepts for augmenting students' collaborative design work. The concepts are based on theoretical discussions as well as analysis of a number of field studies at different settings in the UK. The theoretical frameworks for design work and for collaboration among designers are focusing on how design work is embodied in the physical environment, specifically the importance of sketching on paper versus digital representations. The paper concludes that not only projects in design education but also in professional practice could benefit from concepts augmenting a paper-based design process.
Publisher perthDAC 2007
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) Sketching, digital paper, digital pens, cooperative sketching, computer supported cooperative sketching, interaction design, ethnography, technology-in-use, juxtaposition, shared material, ubiquitous computing, physical computing
Technology
Research Subject Categories::TECHNOLOGY::Information technology
Note Presented at 7th International Digital Arts and Culture Conference, Perth, Australia, September 2007
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/5359 (link to this page)

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