biking, Boston, cycling, transdisciplinary, design methodology, commuting, wayfinding
Architecture | Graphic Design | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
"Engaging with other disciplines is important to designers today as the nature of problems and issues are becoming more complex."
"The problem of integrating bicycles into our city streets is inherently a problem that requires transdisciplinary work. This is because of the complexity of the problem and the numerous areas affected through the integration. The problem is like an interconnected web of relations. There are issues relating to wayfinding and understanding how to get from destination to destination, which relate to issues of speed and non-verbal communication."
Garnitz, Jess, "Cycling Without Spandex: A Transdisciplinary Approach to Design" (2011). Architecture Thesis Prep. 165.
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