Year 2018, Volume 6 , Issue 1, Pages 57 - 69 2018-03-13

FROM EVOLUTION IOT TO REVOLUTION OF DESIGN PROFESSION

Serkan GÜNEŞ [1] , Çiğdem GÜNEŞ [2]


The main purpose of the study is to determine how transforming power of IOT may affect the unique system of knowledge of the industrial design field in terms of legitimacy, practice, and education. The investigation is based on the larger question of whether IOT functions as transducer on jurisdictional boundaries of field and how the new tasks and work activities of industrial design field may response in general. Answering these questions will bring community closer to understanding of the need of a different designer formulation, a possible sub-field within the design discipline and ways of how future practitioners and to strengthen their career lifespan.

Expertise, Industrial Design, IOT, Jurisdictional Boundaries, Smart Product
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Journal Section Architecture
Authors

Orcid: orcid.org/0000-0003-4377-528X
Author: Serkan GÜNEŞ
Institution: Gazi University
Country: Turkey


Author: Çiğdem GÜNEŞ
Institution: Turkish Aircraft Industries Corporation (TUSAS
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : March 13, 2018

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APA GÜNEŞ, S , GÜNEŞ, Ç . (2018). FROM EVOLUTION IOT TO REVOLUTION OF DESIGN PROFESSION. Gazi University Journal of Science Part B: Art Humanities Design and Planning , 6 (1) , 57-69 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/gujsb/issue/36065/349021
MLA GÜNEŞ, S , GÜNEŞ, Ç . "FROM EVOLUTION IOT TO REVOLUTION OF DESIGN PROFESSION". Gazi University Journal of Science Part B: Art Humanities Design and Planning 6 (2018 ): 57-69 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/gujsb/issue/36065/349021>
Chicago GÜNEŞ, S , GÜNEŞ, Ç . "FROM EVOLUTION IOT TO REVOLUTION OF DESIGN PROFESSION". Gazi University Journal of Science Part B: Art Humanities Design and Planning 6 (2018 ): 57-69
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AMA GÜNEŞ S , GÜNEŞ Ç . FROM EVOLUTION IOT TO REVOLUTION OF DESIGN PROFESSION. Gazi University Journal of Science Part B: Art Humanities Design and Planning. 2018; 6(1): 57-69.
Vancouver GÜNEŞ S , GÜNEŞ Ç . FROM EVOLUTION IOT TO REVOLUTION OF DESIGN PROFESSION. Gazi University Journal of Science Part B: Art Humanities Design and Planning. 2018; 6(1): 69-57.