Behavior/Experience Reading W2

Reading Takeaways 10 October 2016 "Sketching User Experiences" Bill Buxton 2007. Sketching is an aid to design thinking; it is an artifact of the conversation between the real world and the designers' mind. The result of 'holes' in a sketch is such that a sketch yields more than the effort of towards its inception. Sketches …

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Models of Models

Models of Models Hugh Dubberly in Interactions (2009) "Models describe relationships: parts that make up wholes; structures that bind them; and how parts behave in relation to one another." Models bridge the gap between observing and making. Evidence leads to model building. With this acquired sense, we can mold, predict, manipulate the world around us, and eventually …

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3 Trips Assignment: Ideas + Sketches

For the 3 Trips Assignment, we must design a map/diagram which documents the route of three trips: (1) from our local living space to Northeastern, (2) from our childhood home to our local living space, and (3) from Boston to an overseas destination. Each of these trips must be shown simultaneously (one document or pamphlet) …

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Mapping Public Space: South Station

ARTG 6330: Mapping Strategies joint studio with NU Architecture Assigment 1: Mapping Public Spaces at South Station For the first assignment, groups will need to identify a phenomena that structures space in South Station in downtown Boston, Massachusetts. Once the phenomena is identified, collect data to map the space and visual techniques to clarify the …

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