KLAUS KRIPPENDORFF SEMANTIC TURN PDF

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Klaus Krippendorff demonstrates his authority in the semantics of design with a bold inter-disciplinary approach. The book unveils a systematic design discourse, treating readers to rare critiques of established ideas and illustrative reviews of design cases.

Khalid, Director, Institute of Design and Ergonomics Applications, University of Malaysia "An important contribution of philosophical discussion about design, the meaning of artifacts, and interesting topics concerning the "science of design" and design methods are offered I recommended this book to all professionals and student involved in design and evaluation of interfaces This book, itself an artifact, deserves a prominent place in any design canon Klaus Krippendorff's philosophy addresses how we create and use artifacts in view of the meanings we give them.

It builds a human and systematic foundation for professional design practice based on creative engagement with users and stakeholders. Krippendorff's intellectual journey reflects the central themes in design and design research today, helping new designers think their way into the field.

Brilliantly building on Wittgenstein and generalizing classical accounts of affordances This highly readable book is especially relevant to the challenges we face in designing in and for a global economy.

Du kanske gillar. Outthink the Competition Kaihan Krippendorff Inbunden. Inbunden Engelska, Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. Laddas ned direkt. Responding to cultural demands for meaning, user-friendliness, and fun as well as the opportunities of the emerging information society, The Semantic Turn boldly outlines a new science for design that gives designers previously unavailable grounds on which to state their claims and validate their designs.

It sets the stage by reviewing the history of semantic concerns in design, presenting their philosophical roots, examining the new social and technological challenges that professional designers are facing, and offering distinctions among contemporary artifacts that challenge designers.

Clarifying how the semantic turn goes beyond product semantics and differs from other approaches to meaning, Krippendorff develops four new theories of how artifacts make sense and presents a series of meaning-sensitive design methods, illustrated by examples, and evaluative techniques that radically depart from the functionalist and technology-centered tradition in design.

An indispensable guide for the future of the design profession, this book outlines not only a science for design that encourages asking and answering new kinds of questions, it also provides concepts and a vocabulary that enables designers to better partner with the more traditional disciplines of engineering, ergonomics, ecology, cognitive science, information technology, management, and marketing. Passar bra ihop. Content Analysis Klaus Krippendorff. Information Theory Klaus Krippendorff.

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Klaus Krippendorff demonstrates his authority in the semantics of design with a bold inter-disciplinary approach. The book unveils a systematic design discourse, treating readers to rare critiques of established ideas and illustrative reviews of design cases. Khalid, Director, Institute of Design and Ergonomics Applications, University of Malaysia "An important contribution of philosophical discussion about design, the meaning of artifacts, and interesting topics concerning the "science of design" and design methods are offered I recommended this book to all professionals and student involved in design and evaluation of interfaces This book, itself an artifact, deserves a prominent place in any design canon Klaus Krippendorff's philosophy addresses how we create and use artifacts in view of the meanings we give them. It builds a human and systematic foundation for professional design practice based on creative engagement with users and stakeholders.

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The semantic turn refers to a paradigm shift in the design of artifacts — industrial , graphic , informational , architectural , and social — from an emphasis on how artifacts ought to function to what they mean to those affected by them — semantics being a concern for meaning. It provides a new foundation for professional design, a detailed design discourse, codifications of proven methods, compelling scientific justifications of its products, and a clear identity for professional designers working within a network of their stakeholders. The semantic turn suggests a distinction between the technical and user-irrelevant working of artifacts and the human interactions with artifacts, individually, socially, and culturally. Attending to the technical dimension of artifacts, for example, by applied scientists, mechanical or electronic engineers, and experts in economics, production, and marketing, is called technology-centered design. It addresses its subject matter in terms that ordinary users may not understand and applies design criteria users of technology do not care about. Attending to the meanings that users bring to their artifacts, how they use them and talk about them and among various stakeholders, is the domain of human-centered design. For ordinary users, the makeup and technical functioning of artifacts is mere background of what really matters to them.

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The title says it all, but as with much of this amazing book, it takes some context to get the full sense of it. Thankfully, Klaus Krippendorff provides that in a direct, readable, and engaging fashion. While only pages in length, it is long: It requires and deserves serious study. I believe it should be required reading for anyone interested in design. The Turn of the title is the observed change in direction that design has been taking for the past decades toward being human-centered; the book is full of wonderful accounts "sketches," by Krippendorff's assessment of the history of various aspects of design.

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