Imagining the prototype

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Brouwer, C. E.; Bhomer, ten, M.; Melkas, H.; Buur, J.;

This article reports on the analysis of a design session, employing conversation analysis. In the design session three experts and a designer discuss a prototype of a shirt, which has been developed with the input from these experts. The analysis focuses on the type of ... View more
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