CAD and fostering creativity within the studio environment
Computer Aided Design (CAD) has traditionally been taught in isolation to design disciplines, being viewed as a service rather than an integrated element of the creative design process. Curriculum development of Product, Furniture and Industrial Design at De Montfort University led to the creation of a dedicated CAD facility prompting the debate of its effective use as a learning and teaching tool.
Citation : Ford, P. and Marsden, M. (2004) CAD and fostering creativity within the studio environment. The Changing Face of Design Education, 2nd International Engineering and Product Design in Education Conference,NIVO, Deft, Netherlands. 2-3 September 2004. pp. 617-622.
ISBN : 90-5155-020-0
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