Effects of cognitive styles on 2D drafting and design performance in digital media
International Journal of Technology and Design Education
63 - 76
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This paper investigates the interactions between design students' cognitive styles, as measured by Riding's Cognitive Styles Analysis, and performance in 2D drafting and design tasks in digital media. An empirical research revealed that Imager students outperformed Verbalisers in both drafting and creativity scores. Wholist-Analytic cognitive style dimension was found to be independent from drafting and design performance. The study suggests that examining the cognitive styles of students in Computer Aided Design (CAD) education deserves further attention and may facilitate for improvements in learning processes. © 2008 Springer Science+Business Media B.V.
Digital design media
Drafting and design performance
Computer aided design
Published Version (Please cite this version)https://doi.org/10.1007/s10798-008-9060-x
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