COLLABORATION BETWEEN DESIGNERS AND SCIENTISTS IN THE CONTEXT OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH: A LITERATURE REVIEW
This paper examines literature about collaboration between product/industrial designers and scientists in scientific research. The paper suggests that differences between design and science are greater than commonalities, and that design is not a form of science. It claims that the research that designers do while designing has similarities and differences with scientific research. It also explains that further empirical study is needed to understand collaboration between product/industrial designers and scientists, and that studies in interdisciplinarity can be used as the framework for it.