LIBRI DI CARMEN BRUNO

Carmen Bruno, Silvia Maria Gramegna

Design Tools

A reflection towards the definition of a taxonomy

This book aims at encompassing the panorama of design tools being developed, tested and adopted: an original taxonomy that guides towards the organization of design tools and a representative collection of design tools developed within the Department of Design of Politecnico di Milano with specific instructions on how to use them.

cod. 10319.15

Francesca Tosi

Ergonomia & Design

Design per l'Ergonomia

Questo volume tratta i temi dell’Ergonomia in rapporto al Design – e viceversa – e ne presenta una lettura fortemente orientata alla specificità del Design inteso nel significato italiano del termine, ossia nelle sue diverse declinazioni di Design del prodotto (fisico e virtuale), degli interni, della comunicazione, della moda, basato sulla sintesi progettuale di conoscenze e competenze umanistiche, artistiche, tecnologiche e delle scienze sociali.

cod. 85.109

Barbara Camocini, Francesco Vergani

From Human-centered to More-than-Human Design

Exploring the transition

The environmental emergency of the last century has led to an urgent need to reformulate the predominant role of human beings on the planet by undertaking a less anthropocentric design approach. Within this theoretical framework, the book explores the role of Design as a multifaceted discipline capable of exploring the complexity of a changing world, and reconsiders the human being’s position in a pervasive relationship with the contemporary environments through a More-than-Human approach.

cod. 10319.11

Lucia Rampino, Ilaria Mariani

Design Research in the Digital Era.

Opportunities and implications. Notes on Doctoral Research in Design 2020

This book proposes an overview of the researches initiated in 2015 in the Design PhD programme of Politecnico di Milano. All of them explore the implications of the ongoing digital transformations, from the specific perspective of design research. Throughout the book, the cultural, organisational, social, and managerial issues raised by digital technology, are debated and how such issues call for a reframing of design processes, practices and models.

cod. 10319.4