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Art, Science, Design, Engineering: Four Creative Hats

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This talk is an introduction to cross-disciplinary thinking based on my academic, professional, and personal experience in the last two decades. The matrix is from Rich Gold's book "The Plenitude", which provides a great way of looking at (and challenging) the similarities and differences between the ways of thinking across disciplines.

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Art, Science, Design, Engineering: Four Creative Hats

  1. 1. "The Plenitude" -Rich Gold
  2. 2. Zacoalpan, 1995 http://huaracheblog. wordpress.com http://www.flickr.com/ photos/mexicantextile Tzintzuntzan, 1996 http://www.artemolinero.com.mx
  3. 3. Opportunity Lab Design for social change Kerala 2013 Bacolod 2013
  4. 4. Intro to Design 2012
  5. 5. Design and Creativity MSc/MBA 2014
  6. 6. complexity measures present clear advantages for selection criteria of automated design generators that seek to increase variety and quality of solutions Gero, JS and Sosa, R (2008) Complexity measures as a basis for mass customisation of novel designs, Environment and Planning B 35(1): 3-15.
  7. 7. Acuña, A. and Sosa, R. The Complementary Role of Representations in Design Creativity: Sketches and Models, ICDC 2010 • Designers that sketch, tend to generate more original solutions • Designers that build models, tend to generate more functional solutions
  8. 8. DISCIPLINES
  9. 9. THANK YOU twitter: @designcomputing tumblr: designcomputing My slides: slideshare.net/rsm

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