Using both industrially-based and specially prepared case studies and assignments, this book aims to help students understand the methods that designers use to collect, evaluate and process information. This text aims at a broad coverage of design methods, in order to explain the transfer of information between methodologies, and it provides assignments and solutions so that students can practise applying the methods.
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