Action in context and context in action: Modelling complexity in multimedia systems development

@article{Webb2009ActionIC,
  title={Action in context and context in action: Modelling complexity in multimedia systems development},
  author={Brian Webb and S{\'e}amus Gallagher},
  journal={JIT},
  year={2009},
  volume={24},
  pages={126-138}
}
Whereas multimedia systems development (MSD) is inherently complex, and increasingly so, little is known about how multimedia designers manage or cope with this complexity. In particular, little is known about complexity beyond technical and process levels, and how such complexity impacts design activity. In this paper we construct a model of MSD based on the formulation of the broader concept of context complexity. This concept, which subsumes but also transcends technical and process… CONTINUE READING

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