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Abstract: This overview paper defends an augmented cognitively oriented generic-designhypothesis: there are both significant similarities between the designactivities implemented in different situations and crucial differences betweenthese and other cognitive activities; yet, characteristics of a designsituation related to the design process, the designers, and the artefactintroduce specificities in the corresponding cognitive activities andstructures that are used, and in the resulting designs. We thus augment theclassical generic-design hypothesis with that of different forms of designing.We review the data available in the cognitive design research literature andpropose a series of candidates underlying such forms of design, outlining anumber of directions requiring further elaboration.



Author: Willemien Visser LTCI

Source: https://arxiv.org/



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