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Tim Tompson Design Led Tuesdays: Developing deep insights for innovation through design research Tim Tompson Business Designer PhD Candidate, Built Environment UNSW @timtompson [email protected]

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  • Tim Tompson

    Design Led Tuesdays: Developing deep insights for innovation through design researchTim Tompson

    Business Designer

    PhD Candidate, Built Environment

    UNSW

    @timtompson

    [email protected]

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    Three roles:PhD Researcher (UNSW)Lecturer/Tutor (UTS/UNSW)Business Designer

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    Design is a plan for arranging elements in such a way as best to accomplish a particular purpose.

    Charles Eames

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    The great challenge for designers is to move from designing things (objects) to designing Things (socio-material assemblages)

    Bjgvinsson, E., Ehn, P. & Hillgren, P.-A., 2012, Design things and

    design thinking: contemporary participatory design challenges,

    Design Issues, 28(3), pp. 101-16

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    Design Research

    Design (verb)

    Design (noun) thing/Things

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    methods to better determine nature of elements

    Research design + +arranging methods to fit context and research purpose

    arranging elements to achieve particular purpose

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    USER CENTRED DESIGN

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    GENERATIVEDESIGN RESEARCH

    Adapted from Sanders, E.B.-N. & Stappers, P.J., 2012, Convivial toolbox:

    Generative research for the front end of design, BIS, pp19

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    RESEARCH PURPOSE:Better determine the nature of constituent elements to better inform design project

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    RESEARCH PURPOSE:Better determine the nature of element

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    PROJECT PURPOSE:Design a bus shelter(thing)

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    PROJECT PURPOSE:Determine why bus shelters are as they are(processes/Things)

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    PROJECTPURPOSE:Determine why bus shelters are as they are(processes/Things)

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    RESEARCH PURPOSE:Better determine the nature of element to inform project purpose

  • Tim TompsonImage: Skedgo

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    PROJECT PURPOSE:Design a transport app(thing)

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    PROJECT PURPOSE:Determine why transport apps are as they are(processes/Things)

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    PROJECT PURPOSE:Determine why transport apps are as they are(processes/Things)

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    RESEARCH PURPOSE:Better determine the nature of element

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    Inquiry: the controlled or directed transformation of an indeterminate situation into one that is so determinate in its constituent distinctions and relations as to convert the elements of the original situation into a unified whole.

    Dewey, J., 1938, Logic: The theory of inquiry, Holt, Rinehart and Winston,

    New York, pp104-105

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    Visualisationof Sydneys real-time application development

    More determinate situation

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    Design Research can give adequate (good enough) understanding of a specific situation to inform design

    Design research can be used to support any phase of the design process

    All research has biasNo research is ever complete