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Film As A Superior Medium For Engagement With Architecture Design?
This fantastic scholarly paper by Schawn Jasmann on The Info Tech Revolution In Architecture deftly juggles so many of the quasi-douchebag critical theory notions that are important to the research I’m doing for my book project… Here he is talking … Continue reading
Seriously Sweet Thread On Archinect Re: Stuff For My Book
I think it the catchy title of the thread I created helped provoke so many great replies:Information Architect Seeks Assist from Regular-Old Architects Here”s one gem from the growing pile of slot machines online gems: Technology and software have actually … Continue reading
The Rise of CAD = The Decline of Physical / Minature Modelling?
One of the big “question areas” I’m going to be exploring with architects as I do research for the book I’ve started writing is the rise of the use of CAD in regular-old architecture design and development processes and for … Continue reading
“Now That I See It”
Concept description for a book I’m calling “Now That I See It”, where I will examine the all-too-common failure of user experience design process deliverables to secure durable client buy-in and sign-off on the design and alignment of website features and functionality … and what the ux design process might look like were it to be augmented with tools and techniques borrowed from and inspired by traditional architecture. Continue reading