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ARCHITECTURE AND MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
INTERNATIONAL ELECTRONIC SCIENTIFIC - EDUCATIONAL JOURNAL ON SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL AND EDUCATIONAL-METHODICAL ASPECTS OF MODERN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION AND DESIGNING WITH THE USAGE OF VIDEO AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES


Article SCENARIO-BASED DESIGN PARADIGM IN EVADING UNCERTAINTY IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
Authors Jawdat Goussous, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan
Abstract Scenario-based design techniques belong to this complementary approach. In scenario based design, descriptions of how people accomplish tasks are a primary working design representation.

The scenario describes a sequence of actions and events that lead to an outcome. These actions and events are related in a usage context that includes the goals, plans, and reactions of the people taking part in the episode.

The concepts underlying ‘scenario-based’ design are introduced. From the analysis of a number of structured interviews with practicing designers, key design scenarios are identified. These scenarios are then generalised and outline guidelines developed for structuring early stage design.
Keywords: scenario, architectural design, guidelines, uncertainty
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