Design as a collaborative process: A systematic and constructive model for developing play material for blind/visually impaired pre-school children

2002-05-17
Evyapan, NAGZ
This paper discusses a design process lived through, during the application of a model derived from design methodology and devised towards attaining a particular task. The task was: Designing a play system to contribute to the pre-school blind child’s development of object permanence, sense of self, and spatial concepts. The model employed was based on a systematic and constructive framework towards ensuring consciously made decisions. The paper also discusses the field-testing in play situations of the system that was the outcome of this model. The model was illustrative of the fact that, design, a creative act in itself, is simultaneously a collaborative process involving the methods, strategies and knowledge of interdisciplinary network.

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Citation Formats
N. Evyapan, “Design as a collaborative process: A systematic and constructive model for developing play material for blind/visually impaired pre-school children,” 2002, p. 749, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/64213.