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Progression of color decision making in introductory design education
Color comprises both subjective and objective aspects within its contextual nature. Research on color design tends to explore this seemingly contradictory concerns from theoretical point of view, as well as architectural ...
The (in)secure position of the design jury towards computer generated presentations
The tendency towards computer aid in design presentations differs in academia than in the practicing field; practice seems to welcome computer aid in presentation, whereas in academia there seems to be a dilemma. In this ...
Inclusive design: developing students' knowledge and attitude through empathic modelling
To enhance the function and quality of built environments, designers should consider all possible users in their design projects. Therefore, it is essential to incorporate inclusive design in the education of the design ...
Focus on architectural design process through learning styles
(Pergamon Press, 2003-09)
Learning as an interactive process is an important issue in architectural design education. This study aims to focus on architectural design process through learning styles that are 'accommodating', 'diverging', 'assimilating' ...
An inquiry into the learning-style and knowledge-building preferences of interior architecture students
This study explores the learning-style and knowledge-building preferences of interior architecture students using Felder-Soloman's Index of Learning Styles. Considering the learning and knowledge-building skills of students ...
Assessing creativity in design education: Analysis of creativity factors in the first-year design studio
The aim of this study is to explore creativity in design education and identify the creativity assessment indicators in the first-year design studio. A measurement tool of 41 items that consists of the artifact creativity, ...