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Title: Visual Design Process: Communicating with Storyboarding and Augmented Reality
Authors: Wong, Gavin
Advisor: Palagi, Kris
Issue Date: Dec 2013
Abstract: In the building profession, it is essential for architects to communicate clearly and effectively
to numerous people. This thesis introduces a design process utilizing two visual tools— Storyboarding
and Augmented Reality—as a methodology for stronger visual communication. Storyboarding
is a visual design tool that communicates concepts, ideas, and specifics quickly through
clear illustrations. It allows designers to visually communicate to a team and change ideas during
the development phase of a project. Augmented Reality is a visual tool that communicates superimposed
digital information through a composite view of the real and digital world. This gives
designers the ability to present more information about completed projects. Through further
investigation of this design process, I have found that it is the balance between the two and the
transition of information between design phases that allows for a brand new process of visual
communication throughout a design project’s entirety.In the building profession, it is essential for architects to communicate clearly and effectively
to numerous people. This thesis introduces a design process utilizing two visual tools— Storyboarding
and Augmented Reality—as a methodology for stronger visual communication. Storyboarding
is a visual design tool that communicates concepts, ideas, and specifics quickly through
clear illustrations. It allows designers to visually communicate to a team and change ideas during
the development phase of a project. Augmented Reality is a visual tool that communicates superimposed
digital information through a composite view of the real and digital world. This gives
designers the ability to present more information about completed projects. Through further
investigation of this design process, I have found that it is the balance between the two and the
transition of information between design phases that allows for a brand new process of visual
communication throughout a design project’s entirety.In the building profession, it is essential for architects to communicate clearly and effectively
to numerous people. This thesis introduces a design process utilizing two visual tools— Storyboarding
and Augmented Reality—as a methodology for stronger visual communication. Storyboarding
is a visual design tool that communicates concepts, ideas, and specifics quickly through
clear illustrations. It allows designers to visually communicate to a team and change ideas during
the development phase of a project. Augmented Reality is a visual tool that communicates superimposed
digital information through a composite view of the real and digital world. This gives
designers the ability to present more information about completed projects. Through further
investigation of this design process, I have found that it is the balance between the two and the
transition of information between design phases that allows for a brand new process of visual
communication throughout a design project’s entirety.In the building profession, it is essential for architects to communicate clearly and effectively
to numerous people. This thesis introduces a design process utilizing two visual tools— Storyboarding
and Augmented Reality—as a methodology for stronger visual communication. Storyboarding
is a visual design tool that communicates concepts, ideas, and specifics quickly through
clear illustrations. It allows designers to visually communicate to a team and change ideas during
the development phase of a project. Augmented Reality is a visual tool that communicates superimposed
digital information through a composite view of the real and digital world. This gives
designers the ability to present more information about completed projects. Through further
investigation of this design process, I have found that it is the balance between the two and the
transition of information between design phases that allows for a brand new process of visual
communication throughout a design project’s entirety.In the building profession, it is essential for architects to communicate clearly and effectively
to numerous people. This thesis introduces a design process utilizing two visual tools— Storyboarding
and Augmented Reality—as a methodology for stronger visual communication. Storyboarding
is a visual design tool that communicates concepts, ideas, and specifics quickly through
clear illustrations. It allows designers to visually communicate to a team and change ideas during
the development phase of a project. Augmented Reality is a visual tool that communicates superimposed
digital information through a composite view of the real and digital world. This gives
designers the ability to present more information about completed projects. Through further
investigation of this design process, I have found that it is the balance between the two and the
transition of information between design phases that allows for a brand new process of visual
communication throughout a design project’s entirety.In the building profession, it is essential for architects to communicate clearly and effectively
to numerous people. This thesis introduces a design process utilizing two visual tools— Storyboarding
and Augmented Reality—as a methodology for stronger visual communication. Storyboarding
is a visual design tool that communicates concepts, ideas, and specifics quickly through
clear illustrations. It allows designers to visually communicate to a team and change ideas during
the development phase of a project. Augmented Reality is a visual tool that communicates superimposed
digital information through a composite view of the real and digital world. This gives
designers the ability to present more information about completed projects. Through further
investigation of this design process, I have found that it is the balance between the two and the
transition of information between design phases that allows for a brand new process of visual
communication throughout a design project’s entirety.In the building profession, it is essential for architects to communicate clearly and effectively
to numerous people. This thesis introduces a design process utilizing two visual tools— Storyboarding
and Augmented Reality—as a methodology for stronger visual communication. Storyboarding
is a visual design tool that communicates concepts, ideas, and specifics quickly through
clear illustrations. It allows designers to visually communicate to a team and change ideas during
the development phase of a project. Augmented Reality is a visual tool that communicates superimposed
digital information through a composite view of the real and digital world. This gives
designers the ability to present more information about completed projects. Through further
investigation of this design process, I have found that it is the balance between the two and the
transition of information between design phases that allows for a brand new process of visual
communication throughout a design project’s entirety.In the building profession, it is essential for architects to communicate clearly and effectively
to numerous people. This thesis introduces a design process utilizing two visual tools— Storyboarding
and Augmented Reality—as a methodology for stronger visual communication. Storyboarding
is a visual design tool that communicates concepts, ideas, and specifics quickly through
clear illustrations. It allows designers to visually communicate to a team and change ideas during
the development phase of a project. Augmented Reality is a visual tool that communicates superimposed
digital information through a composite view of the real and digital world. This gives
designers the ability to present more information about completed projects. Through further
investigation of this design process, I have found that it is the balance between the two and the
transition of information between design phases that allows for a brand new process of visual
communication throughout a design project’s entirety.In the building profession, it is essential for architects to communicate clearly and effectively
to numerous people. This thesis introduces a design process utilizing two visual tools— Storyboarding
and Augmented Reality—as a methodology for stronger visual communication. Storyboarding
is a visual design tool that communicates concepts, ideas, and specifics quickly through
clear illustrations. It allows designers to visually communicate to a team and change ideas during
the development phase of a project. Augmented Reality is a visual tool that communicates superimposed
digital information through a composite view of the real and digital world. This gives
designers the ability to present more information about completed projects. Through further
investigation of this design process, I have found that it is the balance between the two and the
transition of information between design phases that allows for a brand new process of visual
communication throughout a design project’s entirety.In the building profession, it is essential for architects to communicate clearly and effectively
to numerous people. This thesis introduces a design process utilizing two visual tools— Storyboarding
and Augmented Reality—as a methodology for stronger visual communication. Storyboarding
is a visual design tool that communicates concepts, ideas, and specifics quickly through
clear illustrations. It allows designers to visually communicate to a team and change ideas during
the development phase of a project. Augmented Reality is a visual tool that communicates superimposed
digital information through a composite view of the real and digital world. This gives
designers the ability to present more information about completed projects. Through further
investigation of this design process, I have found that it is the balance between the two and the
transition of information between design phases that allows for a brand new process of visual
communication throughout a design project’s entirety.In the building profession, it is essential for architects to communicate clearly and effectively
to numerous people. This thesis introduces a design process utilizing two visual tools— Storyboarding
and Augmented Reality—as a methodology for stronger visual communication. Storyboarding
is a visual design tool that communicates concepts, ideas, and specifics quickly through
clear illustrations. It allows designers to visually communicate to a team and change ideas during
the development phase of a project. Augmented Reality is a visual tool that communicates superimposed
digital information through a composite view of the real and digital world. This gives
designers the ability to present more information about completed projects. Through further
investigation of this design process, I have found that it is the balance between the two and the
transition of information between design phases that allows for a brand new process of visual
communication throughout a design project’s entirety.In the building profession, it is essential for architects to communicate clearly and effectively
to numerous people. This thesis introduces a design process utilizing two visual tools— Storyboarding
and Augmented Reality—as a methodology for stronger visual communication. Storyboarding
is a visual design tool that communicates concepts, ideas, and specifics quickly through
clear illustrations. It allows designers to visually communicate to a team and change ideas during
the development phase of a project. Augmented Reality is a visual tool that communicates superimposed
digital information through a composite view of the real and digital world. This gives
designers the ability to present more information about completed projects. Through further
investigation of this design process, I have found that it is the balance between the two and the
transition of information between design phases that allows for a brand new process of visual
communication throughout a design project’s entirety.
Pages/Duration: 157 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/45641
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