Towards a relational framework of design

Show simple item record Tladi, Bontle Mokgohloa, Kgabo Bignotti, Alex 2021-12-02T07:15:03Z 2021-12-02T07:15:03Z 2021-11
dc.description Presented at the 32nd annual conference of the Southern African Institute for Industrial Engineering (SAIIE), held from 4-6 October 2021 in Muldersdrift, South Africa. en_ZA
dc.description.abstract The evolution of design has seen shifts towards more co-creation-based practice. This is not an entirely new development, as there has been a growing recognition and adoption of user-centred themes and terms such as co-design and human-centred design, among others. The ways of ‘doing’ such practices are becoming well-documented and presented through various tools and techniques; however, what kind of ‘being’ supports this? The paper reviews indigenous research methodologies (IRM) to propose the dimensions of a more relational framework of design. It reviews the 4Rs of indigenous research methodologies to propose five areas (expanded into eight dimensions) for a more relational framework of design. These dimensions can also support a way of ‘being’ that can guide the approach towards more co-creative thought and practice when ‘doing’ design. These dimensions can further support efforts to understand and to develop approaches that respond to the decolonisation and indigenisation of the design process. en_ZA
dc.description.abstract Die evolusie van ontwerp toon skuiwe na meer sameskeppingspraktyke. Dit is nie opsigself ʼn nuwe ontwikkeling nie, omdat daar ʼn toenemende erkenning en aanneming van gebruikgesentreerde temas en terminologie soos ‘co-design’ en ‘human-centred design’ ontstaan het. Die benadering tot sulke praktyke word al hoe beter gedokumenteer en aangebied via verskillende platforms en tegnieke. Hierdie artikel bestudeer inheemse navorsingsmetodologieë om die dimensies van ʼn meer verhoudingsgerigte ontwerpsraamwerk voor te stel. Die vier R’e van inheemse navorsingsmetodologieë word gebruik om vyf areas (uitgebrei tot agt dimensies) van ʼn meer verhoudingsgerigte ontwerpsraamwerk voor te stel. Hierdie dimensie ondersteun ook ʼn benadering tot meer sameskeppende denkprosesse en praktyke wanneer daar ontwerp word. Hierdie dimensies dra by om die dekolonialisering en inheemsmaking van die ontwerpproses te verstaan en verder te ontwikkel. en_ZA
dc.description.department Business Management en_ZA
dc.description.librarian hj2021 en_ZA
dc.description.uri en_ZA
dc.identifier.citation Tladi, B., Mokgohloa, K. & Bignotti, A. 2021, 'Towards a relational framework of design', South African Journal of Industrial Engineering, vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 75-85. en_ZA
dc.identifier.issn 1012-277X (print)
dc.identifier.issn 2224-7890 (online)
dc.identifier.issn 10.7166/32-3-2622
dc.language.iso en en_ZA
dc.publisher Southern African Institute for Industrial Engineering en_ZA
dc.rights © 2021 Bontle Tladi, Kgabo Mokgohloa. SAJIE is an Open Access journal. en_ZA
dc.subject Evolution of design en_ZA
dc.subject Evolusie van ontwerp en_ZA
dc.subject Co-creation-based practice en_ZA
dc.subject Sameskeppingspraktyke en_ZA
dc.subject Co-design en_ZA
dc.subject Human-centred design en_ZA
dc.subject Indigenous research methodologies (IRM) en_ZA
dc.subject Inheemse navorsingsmetodologieë en_ZA
dc.subject Verhoudingsgerigte ontwerpsraamwerk en_ZA
dc.subject Relational framework of design en_ZA
dc.subject Co-creative design en_ZA
dc.subject Designer embodiment en_ZA
dc.subject Decolonisation en_ZA
dc.subject Indigenisation en_ZA
dc.title Towards a relational framework of design en_ZA
dc.type Article en_ZA

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