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21 JULY 2012

Reflection-in-action: framing, naming, moving and reflecting

"Reflection–in–action proceeds by a construction cycle of framing, naming, moving and reflecting. Framing and naming concern the problem–setting in that the designer constructs a problem out of a situation by naming the things to which she will pay attention whilst at the same time framing the way that the problem is viewed (Schön 1991). Framing in this sense imposes an order onto the problem; moves are made towards a solution in relation to how the situation is framed. However, the situation 'talks back'; surprise at the outcomes of moves leads to reflecting. Reflecting on outcomes may trigger either further moves or a new framing (Schön 1996). Reflection–inaction is not an interruption to fluid action; it is always embedded within action."

(Simone Stumpf and Janet McDonnell, CiteSeerX)

1). Simone Stumpf and Janet McDonnell, "Individual Learning Styles and Perceptions of Experiential Learning in Design Teams"

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CiteSeerX • conceptualisation cycle • construction cycle • cycle of learningdesign educationdesign problemdesign solutiondesign teamsDonald Schonexperiential learningframingindividual learning styles • Janet McDonnell • knowledge cycle • learning styles • moving and reflecting • naming • naming activities • naming processpedagogy • Pennsylvania State University • problem-setting • reflecting • reflectionreflection-in-action • Simone Stumpf • talk back

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Simon Perkins
13 APRIL 2012

Website and wiki self-publishing through Google Sites

"Google Sites makes it easy for anyone to create and manage simple, secure group websites. Getting started is easy, and there are a number of helpful templates. More than just a visual theme, site templates can include site structure and navigation, custom page templates, embedded gadgets, and more. Google Sites is powerful enough for a company intranet, yet simple enough for a family website."

(Google)

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2008authorship • Business 2.0 • business solution • CMScontent integrationdesign solutiondesign templatedigital publishing • enterprise social software • Google Apps Productivity • Google Business Solutions • Google Inc • Google Page Creator • Google SitesICT • JotSpot • online publishingonline servicepage-creation toolpublishing • publishing made easy • publishing platformscriptibleself promotionself-publishing • team-oriented site • technologytemplatetemplated design • templated websites • templated wikis • toolusabilityuser-generated contentweb applicationweb publishingwebsitewebsite builderwebsite templateswikiWYSIWYG

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
10 FEBRUARY 2012

YikeBike: super light folding electric bike

"YikeBike is a statement about using smart technology to solve the problems of our increasingly congested, polluted, stressful cities. It is the first commercial expression of the mini–farthing concept, created up by a bunch of successful entrepreneurs, engineers and dreamers."

(YikeBike Ltd)

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Aotearoa New Zealandapplied researchbicyclebikeChristchurchdesign innovationdesign solution • electric • electric bicycle • electric motorcycle • entrepreneurshipergonomic designfolding • folding bicycle • folding electric bike • industrial designinnovationinventionkiwi ingenuitylight weightproduct designprotoduction • small • smart technology • solutionSouth IslandtechnologytransportUniversity of Canterburyusability • YikeBike • YikeBike Ltd

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
24 DECEMBER 2008

Ergonomic and Innovative Mouse Design

"Although the Swiftpoint device looks very unlike a traditional pen, it employs a familiar 'pen grip' offering increased accuracy and ergonomics.
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The Swftipoint Slider™ is the perfect solution to the challenges of new and emerging technologies and operating environments: offering full mouse functionality and more, in a compact and ergonomic package, without the need for the additional "mousing surface" that mobile environments often lack."

(Swiftpoint, 2008, http://www.futuremouse.com/?q=slider#panels–tabs–0–2)

Fig.1 Uploaded by TypeLog on 11 Mar 2008
Fig.2 Uploaded by swiftpointglobal on 16 Jun 2010
Fig.3 March 2008 "gliding–slider" [http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2008/03/gliding–slider/].

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CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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