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2Second Semester
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Academic Year 2018/2019
School School of Design
School of Industrial and Information Engineering
Name (Master of Science degree)(ord. 270) - BV (1091) Design & Engineering
Track DE3 - DE3
Programme Year 1

Course Details
ID Code 052650
Course Title DESIGN THINKING AND PROCESSES
Course Type Mono-Disciplinary Course
Credits (CFU / ECTS) 6.0
Semester First Semester
Course Description The Design Thinking approach has been described as the capacity of designers to face complex problems, reframing them through the identification of emerging themes. In order to better understand which are the main features of such "reframing process", the course will take an historical stance, describing how the practice of design and its methods have changed according to the changes in the socio-technical paradigms. To this end, four paradigms will be presented: the Industrial Economy, the Experience Economy, the Knowledge Economy and the Transformation Economy. Even if each paradigm have emerged in a specific moment in time, all of them are co-existing nowadays. Under each paradigm, a number of issues relevant to the design discipline have emerged: mass-production, user-centred design, product language, addictive manufacturing, new craftsmanship, social innovation, just to mention a few. The description of each paradigm will thus give the opportunity to deepen those issues, framing them in the right historical perspective.
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B
ICAR/13
DESIGN
6.0

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manifesti v. 3.3.7 / 3.3.7
Area Servizi ICT
29/05/2020