Design: Creation of Artifacts in Society
By Karl Ulrich
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Published: Aug. 25, 2011
Words: 41,183 (approximate)
Ulrich's book Design provides a unifying framework for understanding how artifacts are created in society. His audience is students of design, and their instructors, from engineering, industrial design, architecture, or business. The treatment includes both a discussion of elements of design process (e.g., problem definition and exploration) as well as topical issues (e.g., aesthetics in design).
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