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Design Thinking: Understanding How Designers Think and Work Broché – 16 janvier 2019
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Design thinking is the core creative process for any designer; this book explores and explains this apparently mysterious design ability.
Focusing on what designers do when they design, Design Thinking is structured around a series of in-depth case studies of outstanding and expert designers, interwoven with overviews and analyses. The range covered reflects the breadth of design, from hardware and software design to architecture and Formula One. The book offers new insights into and understanding of design thinking, based on evidence from observation and investigation of design practice.
Design Thinking is the distillation of the work of one of design's most influential scholars. Nigel Cross goes to the heart of what it means to think and work as a designer. The book is an ideal guide for anyone who wants to be a designer or to know how good designers work in the field of contemporary design.
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- Éditeur : Bloomsbury Visual Arts; Reprint édition (16 janvier 2019)
- Langue : Anglais
- Broché : 176 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1350092665
- ISBN-13 : 978-1350092662
- Poids de l'article : 232 g
- Dimensions : 15.32 x 0.89 x 18.97 cm
- Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon : 1,317 en Design architectural
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This is a must read for anyone who wants to understand design thinking and the book provides a solid counterbalance to a lot of the hype and ill informed opinions on the subject that abounds on the internet.
The author touches tantalisingly on the subject of non-verbal thought on page 116 but does not develop this thinking much further. The role of non-verbalising, visualisation and the disturbing of the creative processes by verbal overshadowing are worthy of further exploration and research.
In some ways this is a remarkable little book, full of valuable insights and much closer to its subject than many published opinions about design thinking. I expect to refer to this book frequently in my own work and reflections. Highly recommended for anyone who genuinly want to understand how designers think.
The subject matter deserves a larger format book with more illustrations and visualisations, but this is in no way a criticism of the author or the contents of this book.
I just hope that the number of samples in the studies was much larger, since I suspect many of the findings might be just anecdotes.
Overall totally worth it if you need to reflect and understand the processes and thinking of designers.