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|Title:||Examples in Design Education: Inspiration or Fixation?||Authors:||Hatipoğlu, Serkan Can
|Issue Date:||2018||Publisher:||E D P Sciences||Abstract:||Inspiration has an important role in design education. Searching existing design examples is a widely-used practice for inspiration. There are two different approaches regarding exposure of examples in design process. Some researchers claim that examples can inspire designers and increase the originality of outcomes, while other researchers highlight that examples cause fixedness to their features as a negative effect for creativity. The aim of the study is to analyse different modalities of examples, such as text, photograph, diagram, object as stimulation and to examine the impact of quantity, abstraction, proximity and method on each modality in design education. The paper reviews empirical studies of idea exposure from the existing literature and summarizes results relevant to understanding the effects of the design examples. Overall, to avoid the potential negative effect of using examples in different modalities, designers could pay attention quantity, abstraction, and proximity of examples for each modality.||Description:||ERPA International Congress on Education -- JUN 28-JUL 01, 2018 -- Istanbul, TURKEY||URI:||https://doi.org/10.1051/shsconf/20184801061
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