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Title: Copy paste design's
Author: Martins, João Carlos Monteiro
Pinto, Isabel Maria Silva
Sousa, Álvaro José Barbosa de
Keywords: Design
craft
sustainability
desmassification
personalization
Issue Date: May-2005
Publisher: Unidcom / IADE
Abstract: The present study presents an alternative perspective to the designer's role in our current society, in which the development of a new product is not an end in itself, but a means by which one can disseminate other values that are higher than those directly linked to the culture of material. The part played by the effect of products is symbolic in the economic interchange and intends to be cancelled by the digital process of Copy Paste, in which the technical information related to the product design is placed on a site on the internet. This can be used and copied freely by the user in the process of product construction. By identifying some examples. One can show the user's tendency to produce his own products. We conclude with a description of the possible use of this site and of its design process.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10773/5521
ISBN: 972-98701-3-6
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