How sketching can affect the idea generation process in design group meetings

  title={How sketching can affect the idea generation process in design group meetings},
  author={R. Lugt},
  journal={Design Studies},
  • R. Lugt
  • Published 2005
  • Engineering
  • Design Studies
  • This study consists of four experimental idea generation meetings, which explore whether functions of sketching in design activity are also valid for idea generation meetings. The relevant functions of sketching found in theory are: 1) supporting a re-interpretive cycle in the individual thinking process, 2) supporting re-interpretation of each other's ideas in group activity, and 3) enhancing access to earlier ideas. To examine these three possible functions of sketching activity in a group, a… CONTINUE READING

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