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Reasoning processes involved in ICT-mediated design communication

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Conversational interaction is central to architectural design practice. New information and communication technologies (ICT) change the designer’s traditional way of communicating and interacting. In this paper we investigate how communication in the design process might be supported using ICT. With this aim, we study a text-based Skype conversation between a design teacher and a design student. We consider this conversation as part of an architectural design process and analyse it using linkography. From the linkograph analysis, specific features are identified that apply specifically to text-based Skype interactions. We conclude that online text-based Skype interaction can be one of the many possible interactions by means of communication media (sketching, conversation, modelling, and so forth) during the design process, and provides a distinct set of characteristics that might be considered by the designer.
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protocol analysis, reasoning, architectural design, design process(es), reflective practice

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Pauwels, Pieter, Jolanda Morkel, and Rens Bod. 2014. “Reasoning Processes Involved in ICT-mediated Design Communication.” In NordDesign 2014 : 10th Biannual NordDesign Conference : Creating Together, Proceedings, ed. Miko Laakso and Kalevi Ekman, 213–222.
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Pauwels, Pieter, Morkel, J., & Bod, R. (2014). Reasoning processes involved in ICT-mediated design communication. In M. Laakso & K. Ekman (Eds.), NordDesign 2014 : 10th Biannual NordDesign Conference : Creating Together, Proceedings (pp. 213–222). Presented at the NordDesign 2014 : 10th Biannual NordDesign Conference : Creating Together.
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Pauwels P, Morkel J, Bod R. Reasoning processes involved in ICT-mediated design communication. In: Laakso M, Ekman K, editors. NordDesign 2014 : 10th Biannual NordDesign Conference : Creating Together, Proceedings. 2014. p. 213–22.
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Pauwels, Pieter, Jolanda Morkel, and Rens Bod. “Reasoning Processes Involved in ICT-mediated Design Communication.” NordDesign 2014 : 10th Biannual NordDesign Conference : Creating Together, Proceedings. Ed. Miko Laakso & Kalevi Ekman. 2014. 213–222. Print.
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  abstract     = {Conversational interaction is central to architectural design practice. New information and communication technologies (ICT) change the designer{\textquoteright}s traditional way of communicating and interacting. In this paper we investigate how communication in the design process might be supported using ICT. With this aim, we study a text-based Skype conversation between a design teacher and a design student. We consider this conversation as part of an architectural design process and analyse it using linkography. From the linkograph analysis, specific features are identified that apply specifically to text-based Skype interactions. We conclude that online text-based Skype interaction can be one of the many possible interactions by means of communication media (sketching, conversation, modelling, and so forth) during the design process, and provides a distinct set of characteristics that might be considered by the designer.},
  author       = {Pauwels, Pieter and Morkel, Jolanda and Bod, Rens},
  booktitle    = {NordDesign 2014 : 10th Biannual NordDesign Conference : Creating Together, Proceedings},
  editor       = {Laakso, Miko and Ekman, Kalevi},
  isbn         = {9781904670582},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Espoo, Finland},
  pages        = {213--222},
  title        = {Reasoning processes involved in ICT-mediated design communication},
  url          = {https://www.designsociety.org/publication/36266/reasoning\_processes\_involved\_in\_ict-mediated\_design\_communication},
  year         = {2014},
}