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Vol.44, No.0, 417 ~ 431, 2014
Development of Creative Design Process Based on Integrated Scenario/Prototyping Model
정의철 Jung Euichul , 김은정 Kim Eunjeong
The research aimed to develop the creative design process based on integrated scenario/prototyping model to analyze design problem from multiple viewpoints. Literature was reviewed on ontology, scenario model, and prototyping to develop the integrated scenario/prototyping model, and two case studies were conducted to both illustrate and evaluate the model. The design process based on the integrated model consists of four steps: The first step called < Data collection > is to collect data in terms of user, activity, object, and context based on ontology. The second step called < Problem Identification > is to create user profile model focused on the characteristics of a user, sequence model by activity interacting with objects, or context model by physical/social/cultural/ situational/temporal context by arranging data according to their attributes. The third step called < Problem Definition > is to provide relationships between scenarios or data attributes by using shared/opposed, radial, or hierarchical relation. The fourth step called < Concept Development > is to draw final design concept from the problem definition, and deliver the concept by making prototypes as well as concept scenarios. The design process based on integrated scenario/ prototyping model was applied to two case studies. In result, the process helped students identify design problem space in more structural and holistic way. And, the integrated model turned out to be flexible to be adapted to different types of projects by transforming the representation format. For better application and practical use of the scenario/prototyping model, the detailed guidelines for each step should be developed by conducting further research tests and evaluations.
Key Words
통합적 시나리오/프로토타이핑 모형, 창의적 디자인 프로세스, 사례연구, Integrated Scenario/prototyping Model, Creative Design Process, Case Study
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