“Design as narrative: making thinking visible” by Chang

  • ©Wei-Chung Chang

  • ©Wei-Chung Chang

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    Design as narrative: making thinking visible

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    An integrative approach was used, in collaboration with an artist and an art educator, to create an interactive 2-D animation interface that explains an art teaching methodology for an educational website. Examination of this design process provides insights into the difficulties and potentials inherent in the application of an integrativist narrative design theory.

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    1. Dillon, P. & Howe, T. (2003). Design as narrative: Object, stories and negotiated meaning. The International Journal of Art & Design Education, 22(3), 289–296.
    2. Porter, L. & Sotelo, S. (2004). Design by narrative. Retrieved September, 3, 2005 from http://www.sfu.ca/conferences/ierg2004/virtual/Submissions/Porter_Sotelo_IERG2004.pdf


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