TRIPLE HELIX IDEATION: COMPARISON OF TOOLS IN EARLY PHASE DESIGN PROCESSING
Editor: Marjanovic Dorian, Storga Mario, Pavkovic Neven, Bojcetic Nenad
Author: Wendrich, R.E.
Section: DESIGN SUPPORT TOOLS
This paper presents a case study on design interaction and processing incorporating triple tool modalities. The methodology and processes applied are directly related to our research and exploration of new design tools, mixed reality, user-interfaces and user experiences based on a holistic framework and learning-by-doing approach in early phase design processing. We deployed three separate collaborative design-task tests based on the same problem definition. We studied the correlation between the ease of tool use, tool performance, tool satisfaction, tool expectations and experience.