The Semantic Turn: A New Foundation For Design

  title={The Semantic Turn: A New Foundation For Design},
  author={Klaus Krippendorff},
History and Aim Brief History of Product Semantics Trajectory of Artificiality The Changing Environment of Design Redesigning Design (Discourse) Basic concepts of human-centered design Predecessors The Axiomaticity of Meaning Sense, Meaning, and Context Stakeholders in Design Second-Order Understanding Ethics in a Design Culture Meaning of Artifacts in Use Interfaces Disruptions and Usability Recognition Explorations Reliance Design Principles Meaning of Artifacts in Language Language… 
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