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Designers Don’t Text - They Visualise: Integrating Coding into the University Design Curriculum

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posted on 2016-01-01, 00:00 authored by James Novak, Jennifer Loy
As a tool for empowering designers, Visual Programming Languages are proving to be effective within the industrial design course at Griffith University, and student feedback to the opportunities they provide has been positive. Whilst text-based coding will likely remain the best method for programming large interconnected systems and complex software, industrial designers who are not necessarily interested in becoming programmers are for the first time able to genuinely integrate electronics into their design process.

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Engineering Research Theme 3 Retreat

Pagination

21 - 22

Publisher

Queensland Sports Technology Cluster, Griffith University

Location

Gold Coast, QLD, Australia

Place of publication

Queensland, Australia

Start date

2016-11-24

End date

2016-11-24

ISBN-13

9780987523211

Publication classification

E3.1 Extract of paper

Editor/Contributor(s)

Daniel James, Zia Javanbakht, Andreas Öchsner

Title of proceedings

Enabling Technologies in Sport and Health

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