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Exploring the degree to which individual students share a common perception of specific mood boards: observations relating to teaching, learning and team-based design

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posted on 06.07.2006, 13:37 by D.C. McDonagh, Howard G. Denton
Mood boards offer a visual and sensorial channel of communication and inspiration for design research and development, which could be considered to be more logical and empathic within a design context than traditional verbo-centric approaches. This paper explores individuals’ perceptions of images through a sample of mood boards. Gender was chosen as a bipolar attribute and was explored through the specific mood boards. A sample of 62 design students’ responses was captured via a rating scale and key words. The paper reflects on the results obtained and attempts to translate findings into suggestions for other academic staff involved in undergraduate industrial design education.

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MCDONAGH, D.C. and DENTON, H.G., 2005. Exploring the degree to which individual students share a common perception of specific mood boards: observations relating to teaching, learning and team-based design. Design Studies, 26(1), pp 35-53.

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© Elsevier

Publication date

2005

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This article was published in the journal, Design Studies [© Elsevier] and is available at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/0142694X.

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0142-694X

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en