Florian Geyer, Harald Reiterer
"We are far from seeing a fully digital design studio. Unfortunately, the modern hybrid studiostraddling both digital and traditional methodscan experience new challenges along with the new tools" . In many design studios, dedicated rooms with abundant display space are used for colocated design collaboration. And this is for good reasons. Externalizing and sharing design knowledge are key activities of everyday design practice. We share our design ideas or inspirational artifacts, such as paper sketches, printouts, and whiteboard drawings, in a spatial and informal way to invite comments and feedback within the design team. The physical display space in…
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