The paper describes the research work performed in Design Systems in the period 2000-2005. The research in Design Systems has evolved from explorative to the development of innovative systems and subsequently testing these systems on their performance as design support tools. In this paper we will focus on two main areas in which we look at design support and the measurement of improvement: novel user interfaces and Bayesian networks. This will take place after an overview of Design Systems and a brief sketch of the context. Following this, we present a recently started applied-research collaboration called Janus. In the conclusion, we summarise our findings from the past years and sketch our view for the near future.
|Conference||conference; Design research in the Netherlands 2005 symposium, 19-20 May 2005, Eindhoven|
|Period||19/05/05 → 20/05/05|
|Other||symposium held on 19-20 May 2005, Eindhoven University of Technology|