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Monday, May 27, 2013

Designer Storytelling

Artifacts and more in storytelling.    You would think that today the universality of information technology would always bring it to the forefront as a required artifact of the storytelling process.  Yet there is much more: " ... Design artifacts  such as sketches, models, storyboards and multimedia presentations, are often described in terms of stories. We aim to observe designers’ approaches to storytelling during a design project  ran in The GlobalStudio, an international conglomerate of design students from various universities throughout theworld. Literature that provides theory surrounding storytelling is used to provide a framework of analysis with which we used to observe the design artefacts produced by the students. The paper concludes by discussing the themes in approach to storytelling that have emerged upon observing the students’ design artifacts and the implications that we believe this has for Design Education.

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