Visualisation as a method for knowledge discovery

Vaughan, L and Akama, Y 2009, 'Visualisation as a method for knowledge discovery', Studies in Material Thinking, vol. 3, no. November, pp. 1-14.


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Collection: Journal Articles

Title Visualisation as a method for knowledge discovery
Author(s) Vaughan, L
Akama, Y
Year 2009
Journal name Studies in Material Thinking
Volume number 3
Issue number November
Start page 1
End page 14
Total pages 14
Publisher AUT University, Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies
Abstract This article discusses some of the challenges and key learnings identified by Yoko Akama in the course of her doctoral research in the field of communication design. In particular the text reflects on the challenges of undertaking practice based research within and through the practice of design, rather than as an exploration about design. A number of tools and methods were used within the study, many of which can be clustered under the heading of visualisation. Through a series of visual mappings, including the arrangment of three dimensional artefacts, Yoko was able to undergo the critical process of sense mapping that is essential within the research process.
Subject Visual Communication Design (incl. Graphic Design)
Keyword(s) visualisation
communication design
reflection
critical practice
ISSN 1177-6234
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