Solution driven versus problem driven design: strategies and outcomes

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Kruger, Corinne; Cross, Nigel;

Data from protocol studies of nine experienced industrial designers, performing the same task, were analysed to develop an expertise model of the product design process. The protocol data and the expertise model were used to identify four different cognitive strategies ... View more
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