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Computer-Aided Sketching to Capture Preliminary Design

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Computer-Aided Sketching to Capture Preliminary Design
This paper describes the vital role of freehand sketching in the design process. When designers first tackle a design problem they usually do so by sketching. We will explore the essential elements of sketching that make it so helpful to problem solving. We then examine how current computer interfaces interfere with the sketching process, and go on to establish the requirements for an environment to support sketching. Finally we describe a system under development to integrate sketching into a visual programming environment (Visual Basic). .
Mark D. Apperley, Beryl Plimmer
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where AUIC
Authors Mark D. Apperley, Beryl Plimmer
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