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He pulls no punches, but from his deep understanding offers strong medicine for design, design theory, and designers.
Klaus Krippendorff demonstrates his authority in the semantics of design with a bold inter-disciplinary approach. Jason rated it really liked it Jan 31, Description Table of Contents Reviews. Comments submitted to this site are moderated and will appear if they are relevant to the topic.
It…offers designers a solid ground from which to justify their products and environments The title says it all, krippnedorff as with much of this amazing book, it takes some context to get the full sense of it. Marie rated it really liked it Jan 09, Kate marked it as to-read Mar 25, Krippendorff sets context with history, presents a thesis the centrality of the making of meaning of artifactsand works it out at four levels: The manifesto, however, is not polemic, although it does sound the trumpets for design.
Without realizing its strength, designers are doomed to chase the ghosts of other discourses. Open Preview See a Problem? A Picture Book of Invisible Worlds. Per rated it it was amazing Oct 28, Other editions – View all The Semantic Turn: 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.
A prime example for this distinction is semnatic design of personal computers.
The Semantic Turn: A New Foundation for Design – Klaus Krippendorff – Google Books
The semantic turn suggests tuen distinction between the technical and user-irrelevant working of artifacts and the human interactions with artifacts, individually, socially, and culturally.
To users, artifacts are perceived as affordances, as the kind of interactions they enable or prohibit.
Attending to the technical dimension of artifacts, for example, by applied scientists, mechanical kkrippendorff electronic engineers, and experts in economics, production, and marketing, is called technology-centered design. Ix marked it as to-read Jul 23, Books by Klaus H. Descartes by claiming we humans know what we have constructed, made up, cognitively, materially, or socially,  to the biologists J.
Kriplendorff makes clear that he is not giving details, although the depth to which he goes is often profound. But it can provide several other human-centered ways to back the claims designers need to make:. In the case of industrial products, the life cycle might start with an initial idea, then followed by design, engineering, production, sales, use, storage, maintenance and finally retirement, as recycled or as waste.
The Semantic Turn: A New Foundation for Design
Drawing on Heidegger’s explorations of the human use of technology, Krippendorff argues that all artifacts must be designed to afford three stages of use: This is profoundly specific to the situation at hand.
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While only pages in length, it is long: Return to Book Page.
The book takes readers to great heights, but with a safety net of examples. Lists with This Book.