Altered images : the relations between design representations and design practice
Keller, Susan, Smith, Ross, Howard, Steve and Carroll, Jennie 2004, Altered images : the relations between design representations and design practice, in Proceedings, Australasian Conference on Information Systems : 15th annual ACIS Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, December 1-3, 2004, Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Hobart, Tas., pp. 1-11.
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As information systems move out of the office into the wider world and are merged with mobile appliances, buildings and even clothing, the representations traditionally used in any one discipline may not be adequate for understanding these new domains. Design representations are ‘ways of seeing and not seeing’. Despite the central role representations play in design, the information systems design community has little understanding of the relation, ideal or actual, between design practice and design representation. This paper reports on an extensive design case study that aims at increasing understanding of the nature and affordances of representations in the design process and argues for the need for information systems as a discipline to open up discussion of the design representations that may be required to effectively design systems that mix traditional IS with disciplines such as industrial design, architecture and fashion design.
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