Articulating design

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  • This book is about graphic design rather than being a book of graphic design. The distinction may seem slight, but it is fundamental to this volume as it covers the graphic design industry and its processes rather than simply functioning as a coffee-table book. However, this book also contains works from highly imaginative creatives, which are used to illustrate the fundamental principles and working methods that graphic designers employ in their day-to-day activities

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  • As educators and staff wrote and reviewed the standards for grades 3, 5, and 7, their goal was to provide a logical progression in the breadth and depth of what students will be expected to know and be able to do from one grade to the next. The two examples below show how the Framework standards have been articulated for specific grade levels; in these examples, the grades 3, 5, and 7 standards are presented for the first time in this Supplement, while the grades 3–4, 5–6, and 7– 8 standards are quoted from the Framework. For some standards, it is...

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  • I got my start with HBase in the fall of 2008. It was a young project then, released only in the preceding year. As early releases go, it was quite capable, although not without its fair share of embarrassing warts. Not bad for an Apache subproject with fewer than 10 active committers to its name! That was the height of the NoSQL hype. The term NoSQL hadn’t even been presented yet but would come into common parlance over the next year. No one could articulate why the idea was important—only that it was important— and everyone in the open source data community was obsessed with this...

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  • We want to acknowledge first the forebears of these books, the men and women who across many thousands of years have descended into dark caves, led community rituals, and explored consciousness-altering plants in order to encounter anew the world and their selves. We recognize our pioneers in Plato in the West, Pantanjali in the East, and other exemplars of first-rate intellects who laid the groundwork for integrating the insights of alterations of consciousness into our views of reality.

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  • An intelligent tutoring system (ITS) is a program that tracks a student’s actions and offers feedback. Critiquing systems and intelligent tutors are similar in that they all analyze the users’ work-in-progress and provide feedback (Robbins, 1998). However, intelligent tutors differ from critiquing systems in that intelligent tutors intend to support students’ learning, whereas critiquing systems help users improve their work at hand.

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  • Section 1007.27(2), Florida Statutes, requires the Articulation Coordinating Committee (ACC) to establish passing scores and course and credit equivalents for Advanced Placement (AP), Advanced International Certificate of Education Program (AICE), International Baccalaureate (IB), and College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams. The DANTES/DSST and Excelsior College exam equivalents on the list are not part of that requirement, but are authorized by State Board of Education Rule 6A-10.024.

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  • God, having designed man for a sociable creature, made him not only with an inclination, and under a necessity to have fellowship with those of his own kind, but furnished him also with language, which was to be the great instrument and common tie of society. Man, therefore, had by nature his organs so fashioned, as to be fit to frame articulate sounds, which we call words. But this was not enough to produce language; for parrots, and several other birds, will be taught to make articulate sounds distinct enough, which yet by no means are capable of language....

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  • By clearly stating and understanding the core beliefs that an organization has or wants to adopt about ethical issues such as honesty, integrity, dignity of individuals, or caring about others, policies that are straightforward and easily implementable can be designed. By clearly thinking through a position on the environment, whether to comply with the law or to leave the earth better than we found it, we can begin marshaling the resources to realize these basic beliefs.

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  • That book came about when a group of architects and architecture students at the University of California at Berkeley worked together to articulate their design ideas and experiences, distilling them down to some 250 pat-terns that affect the way we live.

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  • The initiating problem is unstructured design processes and vague descriptions of the form problems in the students’ critique of each other's product proposals, and very vague presentations of the product's aesthetic qualities in their reports. The problem must be seen in relation to the fact that the majority of the students can express themselves clearly in engineering fields and that design methodology is based on technical parameters.

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  • Question D is answered positively, because there is a clear correlation between the ability to manage the procedure and achieve a clear articulation of forms. By comparison, there were students who tried formgiving by selected design parameter only and some students who were able to determine the main impact only. The answer to which of Baumgarten’s aesthetic considerations were applied involves only the 6 considerations which the students have worked with in connection with the earlier mentioned evaluations.

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  • In this section, we articulate the roadblocks that must be addressed to make a market/systems integration suc- cessful. In our opinion, these challenges are not in the market details. Rather, we think that the biggest chal- lenges to their adoption in systems will come fromunder- standing, supporting, and using these mechanisms. After presenting each challenge, we consider action items for the general systems community, as well as for systems market designers where appropriate.

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  • Rather, we seek to develop a computational model of design critiquing in which to articulate and describe design critiquing. The test of this research is the model’s ability to represent and implement alternative critiquing strategies by selecting of critiquing methods. Certainly, this computational framework can be evaluated: we plan a three-phase evaluation to test our computational model of design critiquing. In Phase 1, we plan to test whether the program can represent a wide range of proposed critiquing strategies.

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  • In this chapter, i articulate some of the underlying motivations and actions that occur as people interact, focusing on face-to-face communication. In particular, i emphasize a multi -faceted approach to identity, Goffman’s notions of performance/perception, and the importance of and mechanisms for context awareness and regulation. I have chosen to explicitly consider these four aspects of social interaction for their relevance to the design of digital spaces.

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