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Grouping Notes Through NodesThe Functions of Post-It™ Notes in Design Team Cognition: Design Thinking Research Symposium

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Grouping Notes Through NodesThe Functions of Post-It™ Notes in Design Team Cognition : Design Thinking Research Symposium. / Dove, Graham; Abildgaard, Sille Julie; Biskjaer, Michael Mose; Hansen, Nicolai Brodersen; Christensen, Bo T.; Halskov, Kim.

2016. Paper presented at Design Thinking Research Symposium, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewPaper

Harvard

Dove, G, Abildgaard, SJ, Biskjaer, MM, Hansen, NB, Christensen, BT & Halskov, K 2016, 'Grouping Notes Through NodesThe Functions of Post-It™ Notes in Design Team Cognition: Design Thinking Research Symposium' Paper presented at Design Thinking Research Symposium, Copenhagen, Denmark, 14/11/2016 - 15/11/2016,

APA

Dove, G., Abildgaard, S. J., Biskjaer, M. M., Hansen, N. B., Christensen, B. T., & Halskov, K. (2016). Grouping Notes Through NodesThe Functions of Post-It™ Notes in Design Team Cognition: Design Thinking Research Symposium. Paper presented at Design Thinking Research Symposium, Copenhagen, Denmark.

CBE

Dove G, Abildgaard SJ, Biskjaer MM, Hansen NB, Christensen BT, Halskov K. 2016. Grouping Notes Through NodesThe Functions of Post-It™ Notes in Design Team Cognition: Design Thinking Research Symposium. Paper presented at Design Thinking Research Symposium, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Dove G, Abildgaard SJ, Biskjaer MM, Hansen NB, Christensen BT, Halskov K. Grouping Notes Through NodesThe Functions of Post-It™ Notes in Design Team Cognition: Design Thinking Research Symposium. 2016. Paper presented at Design Thinking Research Symposium, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Dove, Graham; Abildgaard, Sille Julie; Biskjaer, Michael Mose; Hansen, Nicolai Brodersen; Christensen, Bo T.; Halskov, Kim / Grouping Notes Through NodesThe Functions of Post-It™ Notes in Design Team Cognition : Design Thinking Research Symposium.

2016. Paper presented at Design Thinking Research Symposium, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewPaper

Bibtex

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author = "Graham Dove and Abildgaard, {Sille Julie} and Biskjaer, {Michael Mose} and Hansen, {Nicolai Brodersen} and Christensen, {Bo T.} and Kim Halskov",
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T1 - Grouping Notes Through NodesThe Functions of Post-It™ Notes in Design Team Cognition

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AU - Dove,Graham

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AU - Biskjaer,Michael Mose

AU - Hansen,Nicolai Brodersen

AU - Christensen,Bo T.

AU - Halskov,Kim

PY - 2016/11/14

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N2 - The Post-It™ note is a frequently used, and yet seldom studied, design material. We investigate the functions Post-It™ notes serve when providing cognitive support for creative design team practice. Our investigation considers the ways in which Post-It™ notes function as design externalisations, both individually and when grouped, and their role in categorisation in semantic long-term memory. To do this, we adopt a multimodal analytical approach focusing on interaction between humans, and between humans and artefacts, alongside language. We discuss in detail examples of four different externalisation functions served by Post-It™ notes, and show how these functions are present in complex overlapping combinations rather than being discrete. We then show how the temporal development of Post-It™ note interactions supports categorisation qualities of semantic long-term memory.

AB - The Post-It™ note is a frequently used, and yet seldom studied, design material. We investigate the functions Post-It™ notes serve when providing cognitive support for creative design team practice. Our investigation considers the ways in which Post-It™ notes function as design externalisations, both individually and when grouped, and their role in categorisation in semantic long-term memory. To do this, we adopt a multimodal analytical approach focusing on interaction between humans, and between humans and artefacts, alongside language. We discuss in detail examples of four different externalisation functions served by Post-It™ notes, and show how these functions are present in complex overlapping combinations rather than being discrete. We then show how the temporal development of Post-It™ note interactions supports categorisation qualities of semantic long-term memory.

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