This design methodology book provides over 80 different methods of design and is the perfect resource for design educators, students, and practitioners.
Think of this resource as a sort of ‘refer to’ handbook when you’re stuck or need some inspiration for your latest design project or lesson. It considers the world outside of design where products are applied, to fully consider every possible factor that can affect design.
This book not only provides skilled guidance and methods of design to help designers with solving problems, but it also helps readers to break down the challenging problems they are faced with, by introducing them to different ways of thinking and approaching the field of design.
But that’s not all! In a world of shifting methods and rapidly developing technologies, this book is kept up to date and supplemented by the very latest new templates and design methods that are included on the publisher's website.
For the new methods and their templates and resources go to:
Martin Tomitsch, Madeleine Borthwick, Naseem Ahmadpour, Clare Cooper, Jessica Frawley, Leigh-Anne Hepburn, A. Baki Kocaballi, Lian Loke, Claudia Núñez-Pacheco, Karla Straker and Cara Wrigley are educators and researchers bringing together various design perspectives. All authors are either currently working at the University of Sydney’s Design Lab or are Ph.D. graduates from the Design Lab. At the University of Sydney, they teach courses on interaction design, creative technology, design thinking, design innovation and strategic design. The book is brought to life by their collective, multidisciplinary expertise based on decades of teaching and using design methods in their research and practice across institutions.